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    Hi,

    I have two Shima-Nishiki tree peony plants. One is outside and the other in the greenhouse. The one in the greenhouse bloomed early. I took several pics (and made up a few frames I missed too) and made a really cool animated gif. The picture really doesn't do this rare flower justice.
    Thank you Suzanne for the great instructions for posting a pic since my html format I was used to wouldn't work.
    Yep, that's my hand.


    Bye for now.

    P.S. Edited to correct a typo:)

    (Edited by Indiana Gardener at 3:32 pm on May 23, 2002)

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    Wow Indy! Awsome flower AND animated gif! :shocked: That is toooo cool. First animation I've ever seen on the forums. What program did you use to make the gif? I've always wanted a tree peony but haven't gotten one yet. One day....

    I'm glad the photo format worked for you...I wasn't sure if I explained it correctly. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

    Suzanne

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    Hi,

    Thanks. If you get Shima-Nishiki some time and it is it's propper color when bought, but returns in a different color the following year...think nothing of it. It can be either red, pink, white, or a wierd mix untill established. Being established in a pot it will likely be the propper color and exhibit the right pattern when bought. It will take a year or two for it to get back on it's feet.
    I used Adobe ImageReady 6.0. It's a good program and wouldn't be without it. I'll post another animation I've done in the cp forum. Look for it there after while [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
    Have a great day, and enjoy the holiday long weekend.
    Bye for now.

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