All Things Gardening forum: Help! I need a guide to different bloom forms

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Name: Ann ~Heat zn 9, Sunset
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Apr 13, 2012 9:21 AM CST
I need to be able to identify the different nomenclature for bloom forms. I am trying to put a plant in the ID forum but the flowers on it are so tiny they can barely be seen clearly with the human eye & my camera can not get that close up. I need to be able to tell our fabulous ID'ers what shape the bloom is. Can anyone provide a link please?
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Name: Pippi21
Silver Spring, Maryland 20906 (Zone 7a)
Jun 9, 2012 10:37 AM CST
I think I have a library book out now that has that information in it. Will contact you later; have an appt. this afternoon and I want to try to get some of my flowerbeds watered before I leave.
Name: Pippi21
Silver Spring, Maryland 20906 (Zone 7a)
Jun 9, 2012 10:57 AM CST
The book this information is in is called The Perennial Gardener's Design Primer by Stephanie Cohen and Nancy J. Ondra 635.832 COH If you are near a public library, maybe you can check it out. It's a good book but I can make copies of those specific forms and mail to you. Please send me a tree-mail if you want to have the pages mailed to you.
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