One thing that I will need to control is the time I took the photographs - they were at 4:00 PM on Thursday, September 21, 2017. Another thing to consider is the weather - it was cloudy, but still humid and warm today - the amount of sunlight will almost definitely be different in the replica picture. The temperature was around 77°F, or 25°C =, when I took the pictures. It was also rather windy. There were many bees flying around all the flowers.
A third factor to account for is the exact angles in which I took the pictures. I stood directly in front of the plant that I had chosen and took one photo standing on the pathway right in front of the plant, in the middle of the section with that plant in it, stretching my arms up a little bit to get as many of the plants as I could into one picture. I then bent over, changing my location towards the center of the section I was in as little as possible, and extended my phone so that I was about 1 foot away from the plants, and took another picture at this angle. My phone was probably on the same level vertically as the plants themselves. This picture contained a few (three) of the vivid pink plants from the section right next to m section of interest. I also took a third, up close picture of the plant. I chose a flower from the section of flowers I was interested in and got very close to this plant/ brought my phone very close to the plant to get as detailed a picture of it up close as I could. I held my phone maybe 10 cm away from one specific plant and took the picture. This picture contains 3/4 leaves of the plant, because the other leaf is covered by a leaf from a neigboring plant. It also shows that in the middle of the four petals, there are two tinier petals - one of these petals is pointing to the left, and the other is pointing to the right. I also took another picture which included the description of the plant that Durfee had provided. I again stood about a foot away and as directly across from the sign as possible, and I may have zoomed in on the camera a little bit. The card with the description is on the very most right side of the picture. The rest of the picture shows many of the actual plant. The sun may have been shining through the clouds briefly at this point, because this picture looks brighter/sunnier in general.