In my home and studio gardens, I photograph plants that I have grown, mostly from seed, bulb, and propagated cutting. At the time of bloom, I photograph each plant with black and white film. I then develop and print the images in a wet darkroom. All are silver gelatin prints, however, some are made from single exposure, and others made by stacking negatives, and layering multiple images. This process, along with the hand coloring, makes it impossible to duplicate. Thus, there are no editions, each of the framed photographs are one of a kind.