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I took the pictures during daylight, no flash involved since my camera doesn't have a flash. I suspect that you know a bit more...
this is easily done if one has a bit of familiarity with photoshop. Open the image, select: image>adjustments>channel...
Looks a lot like it to me. http://www.pendernursery.com/Catalog/Detail/evodiadanellii.html
Taken at the Morton Arboretum, May 2007
I think the bigger thanks goes to you as you have uploaded all of them to here and also at the ACS site. That had to be way less fun...
I don't have any pictures of the fall color. It's in New York and I live in IL so I can't readily get back to it either. Perhaps...
I saw this at the Denver Bot. Garden last week. I'm wondering if it's not 'Hoopsii' renamed. Anyone got the history of this plant?
This picture was taken at the Dawes Arboretum in Newark, OH. Their online records list it as coming from Brotzman's Nursery in Lake County OH....
I think that I should qualify this post in that the pictures that I'm posting aren't verified as UV flourescence. They follow the patterns of UVF...
Colorful spring foliage at the Morton Arboretum.
Mature trunks at Dawes Arboretum.
I've not seen this bright of coloration on Sugar Maple but then I'm pretty busy about that time of the year. 'Fall Fiesta' is...
Summer foliage and habit at Cornell Plantations.
New Growth at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.
Fall Color at Bernheim Arboretum.
Also from Duke Gardens, last year. The dark water/lining makes for great photo taking, especially using a polarizer to reduce glare.
It sure looks like a crabapple. Forgive me if I'm assuming too much but some crabs do have yellow (and orange) fruit....
I'll guess Ailanthus altissima.