Archive for January, 2016

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Image of the Day for 1/18/2016: “Large Organ Pipe Cactus”

( Lemaireocereus thurberi, Stenocereus thurberi ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants USA Southwest. The Organ Pipe Cactus is a large cactus forming a cluster of stems up to 6 m. tall. Several similar species exist in the native regions. Blooming is June through July. The fruit is…
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Image of the Day for 1/16/2016: “Coastal Wattle”

( Acacia sophorae ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants Oceania 3 The Coastal Wattle is a hardy rustic shrub able to grow in difficult conditions and resistant to wind, salt, and even moderate frost. It is largely present on the Southeast coasts of Australia, where it is one…
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Image of the Day for 1/15/2016: “Dead Tree” by Jan Walter Schliep

by Jan Walter Schliep Created in Xfrog 5 for C4D with a blend of 3d grass and a composited image background. With Xfrog you can create very high detail in your trees.…
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Image of the Day for 1/14/2016: “Broadleaved Paperbark”

( Melaleuca quinquenervia ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants Oceania 3 Also known as Punk Tree, this is the tallest species of the Melaleucagenus. Native to Northern Australia, it has been imported to Southern Florida with the intent to help drain low-lying swampy areas. The consequences have been…
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Image of the Day for 1/12/2016: “Coast Banksia, Blooming”

( Banksia integrifolia ssp. Integrifolia ) Available individually or as part of XfrogPlants Oceania 3 Coast Banksia is much variable in shape, ranging from shrubby form to the size of a medium-high tree. In native habitat (which goes along the whole east coast of Southern Australia) it can be found…