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    Default Looking For Seasonal Shrub Splines

    Can anyone point me to any seasonal shrub splines on the DLS?

    I've looked at jankvis' recent work but they do not appear to change with the seasons.

    A search of the forum turns up around 1600 posts that might relate, but the ones I've looked at don't.

    Waiting in hope,

    :B~)

    P.S. I have toxa_batoxa's. Thanks.
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    Saw the PS after I posted!
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    Now that is gonna be a bit tricky to come apon, TUME's stuff and the speed trees look pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCitron View Post
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    Saw the PS after I posted!
    Thanks anyway, John.

    ;B~)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcwright_rm View Post
    Now that is gonna be a bit tricky to come apon, TUME's stuff and the speed trees look pretty good
    I'll have to spend some time looking at TUME's shrubs. I'm trying to match UK at the moment and his (at least the ones I've got) are North American. Right hemisphere, but vegetation in the Bitterroots is quite quite different from Mittel Wisconsin.

    I've got a variety of jankvis' assets on a couple of routes I'm overhauling and those are generic, so generic replacements we may have to settle for.

    Jan's new broom/gorse/furze line looks very good and it's an evergreen, but all the ones I've looked at are in bloom. Maybe I need to look closer.

    :B~)

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