8 responses to “Solanum laciniatum”

  1. Beverley

    Solanum laciniatum – Z9 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, M. Griffiths

  2. Chris

    Hi,
    I always enjoy looking at your pictures, and the Solanum today is absolutely striking, so much that I’d like to frame it and put it on my wall. Before doing that I wanted to make sure that I have your permission.
    I haven’t checked yet so I’m not sure the resolution of the yahoo.com image. Maybe it would print at 8X10?
    Thanks for the consistently gorgeous photos,
    Chris

  3. Daniel Mosquin

    Chris, it’s certainly ok. The license-to-use is below the email-to-friend section on the page. As for quality, well, I don’t think you’d be able to make a satisfactory 8×10 out of these images. You would likely need the original, and we haven’t come up with a price for those kinds of requests at the garden yet. Send me an email if you’re still interested.

  4. John Bennett AIHort

    Hi,
    I’m involved with Landscape students in England and found the Botanical image site exceptional in its close up photography, stunning infact. I’m interested in species and cultivars that we could introduce into the British Urban landscape in towns and cities.
    Thanks for inspiring my enthusiasm again. I have been an Horticulturist for 32 years and this website was a pleasure to browse. I have lots of digital images myself of plants growing here in England.
    JohnB

  5. Daniel Mosquin

    Thanks for the kind words, John. Please feel free to submit a few of your photos, if you like – instructions on how to do so at the bottom of the page.

  6. John Lawlee

    Hi, This is great photo of the Solanum laciniatum. As it happens, we’ve been trying to find out what this plant was as we have one growing in our garden (we live in the South of England). The RHS gave us the name after seeing a photo and your web-site came up on google. I’be remembered to put you on our Favourites.
    Regards,
    John

  7. Cay Drury

    Any way we can see the Hlasek’s photographs? Those Australian tomatoes were works of art and I longed to sink my teeth into one of them. How large are they? Cay Drury

  8. Daniel Mosquin

    Cay — looks like the Hlasek site was down for a few days, but it is back now.

    These fruits were about 5cm in length.

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