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lynne24

good morning everyone

i need help to id a a type of daisy i have, can anyone tell me how to upload a pic from photobucket, thanks

sotongeoff

Lynne-if you click on direct link in the lnks bit on the photobucket it will glow yellow and say copied.

Then on here- click on the tree icon nect to ABC-a box will appear= paste the url click add and you picture should be added to your post

If you get stuck come back

 

 

lynne24

no good sotongeoff, im hopeless i dclicked on direct link, it flashed yellow, and said copied in the box, but thats as far as i got, i didnt see the tree icon, but thanks for your help, i will get there eventually i hope ha ha

sotongeoff

Not direct link Lynne-to the right looks like a small oak tree-just above the word small.

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sotongeoff

Perhaps I am not explaining properly you come back on here for the tree icon not photobucket after you have copied the link

lynne24

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lynne24

i just cant get it, sorry sotongeoff, but i will keep trying thanks a lot

lynne24

i<img style="margin-top: 3px; width: 35px; margin-bottom: 3px; height: 26px;" title="garden" src="http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t503/isisjass/garden/th_may12001.jpg" alt="" />

i think i have done it, i copied and paste but its very small pic, can anyone tell me what its called and how to deadhead it,

lynne24

i give up, ha ha

sotongeoff

this may or may not work

<a href="http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t503/isisjass/garden/th_may12001.jpg"" target="_blank">http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t503/isisjass/garden/th_may12001.jpg"</a>

 

Berghill

No that does not seem to be it either.

http://i703.photobucket.com/albums/ww32/Owdboggy/June%202012/GardeninJune2012001.jpg

On Photobucket move your Mouse pointer to the bottom option on the picture, the one which says IMG and click. It says Copied, then paste that on here. Much simpler.

 

hollie hock


 Hello, here it is- I think it's some sort of Oestopernom ( not spelled correctly)

Berghill

Osteospernum juncundum, most likely.

sotongeoff

That is what I thought as well -when I could see it-just dead head when flowers have faded

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lynne24

oh i am so confused, thats my picture hollie-hock, i thought no one could see it ha ha. so to deadhead, i just cut the dead flowers off, thanks everyone for your help

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