UPDATE: Got a memory card, which works well enough (I appreciate everybody's comments and suggestions), and I guess it's a good thing that I now have enough memory to do, like, 10000 pictures before I have to upload. Though really, it's not like I bumped up against the 108-picture prior limit very often, so I don't know if it's all that practical. But still. Present crisis completed; you may now insert new crisis.
I like Aquilegia flowers, but know essentially nothing about the plant, where it comes from or how to take care of it or any of that stuff. I know, as someone who works at a garden center / nursery / greenhouse kind of place, you'd expect me to, and I fully expect to be berated for my ignorance in the coming weeks by some stressed-out customers. WCW has had this happen already ("Well don't you people know anything about the plants you sell?"): people don't seem to understand that it's not reasonable to expect every employee to have comprehensive knowledge of all 2000 (or whatever - 2000 is just a guess) species and varieties of plants we have. Or, if they do understand that, understanding doesn't prevent them from being cranky and mean about it if they don't immediately have access to all the answers they want. (I thought gardening was supposed to be relaxing for people.)
And I'm at kind of a disadvantage in the first place, since pretty much everything is new territory for me except for the houseplants / tropicals. I'm learning just as fast as I can, and am getting almost competent when it comes to the annuals, but there are days when, between the customers, the multiple names for everything, and especially the heat, I think you know, much as I like plants, this might not be the job for me.
I'm not saying I'm going to quit. I'm just saying, this has never quite been the job I thought I was getting when I started, and sometimes that's more of a problem than others. Spring sucks.