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Been trying to upload a photo for the last 'alf 'our and now my brain is 'urting...!!!
I have gone to the little tree symbol thingy above...
...where a wee window opens...
...it says 'Select files to upload'...the photo is on my computer so I located it with the 'Select' button
...I then have pressed the 'Upload' button (742 times...!!!) and bu**er all 'appens...
What am I doin' wrong please...?
Going for a fag and a glass of Nescaf to calm doon...!!!
Lol carmic, I don't know either, have tried several times, but i've got Samsung tablet. I can't even see the green tree!!
If naybody replies pronto Star Gaze Lily I am orf for a Drambuie with that there Nescaf...
Bit early in the day for me, but i'll jion you later
One can never be too early for a Drambuie Star Gaze Lily....
..anyway its midday plus 'ere in France...and it must be well past the yard arm somewhere in the world...Hic Hic
Hi Carmic x Sometimes the upload takes a while. Maybe you should press upload and then go and have your Nescafé/whiskey? Once you have uploaded you are then asked to save it, and at this point it should appear in your text box
I believe also it may depend on file size although I have never had any issues with file size myself.
Crossing my fingers for you
You're probably right carmic oh go on then just a small one
Either I've gone blind because of the Drambuie or I am just bl**dy useless...this time I got in to upload in the other window but when I look 'ere it looks blank...
Lets see what 'appens when I submit it...
If the picture is there what I would like to know is...
Is this a wallflower and the seeds that are still in the pods can I sow them now in a tray of compost so that I can have this plant elsewhere next year...???
Under the soon to start flowering plant are hundreds of little plantlets...should transfer them to a pot and bring them on for transplanting later...
Right, now what did I do with that bl**dy bottle of Drambuie
Yippeee it worked...Thankyou 4thPanda
Not sure, hic, its a flower, and hic its against a wall hic hic. Oh carmic I told you it was too early for me hic
Sorry yes it does. Dont see why you couln't put the seedlings in trays or you could leave some where they are and move next year
Can't answer your plant question, but glad I could help with photos
P.S. carmic, well done at least you know how, now
Yes the yellow flowering thing is a wallflower.
Save seeds still in pods for July next year. Its too late to sow this year to have flowers next year.
I think your little seedlings are weeds. I can see at least two of the euphorbia (weed) family. Seedling wallflowers have long leaves by the time they get to three or four leaves.
Hope that helps.
Ok Fidgetbones will wait 'til next July to sow the seeds...
The wee seedlings seem to be really concentrated right underneath the Wallflower which is why I thought the Wallflower might have 'given birth'...
If brains were a desease I would be healthy...!!!
I think the seedlings are wallflowers, and the long pods are definately wallflower seeds I would transfer the seedlings into a tray if they turn out not to be wallflowers they should give a good display whatever,if you have enough Drambuie you can imagine they are!!!!!! cheers
If I did nay have enough fags, Nescaf, coffee cake & Drambuie Mondeoman289, ne'er mind the Wallflower seedlings no a flowerin', my wee world would stop 'o' turnin'...!!!
Some of them are wallflowers, though I can see the euphorbias and other strays.
Just above the first half log on the right that's completely in the picture, there's a seedling with 2 seed leaves, 2 leaves and another coming. That's a wallflower. any that looks like that. Thin them out and see what happens. Or you could pot some up and protect them a bit as they're so small
But they may not last the winter so the next thing to do is save the seed and do as fidget suggests
Is this wallflower one of the usual bedding ones? It looks like one of the more perennial ones. Erysimum helveticum maybe. That's what the seedlings look like too, I'm not familiar with the bedding type seedlings
Does that make sense or too muddled . No drambuie I promise, though maybe a small glass of something later
Me thinks it is probably a perennial Nutcutlet, because when I arrived here exactly one year ago it was just starting to be in flower then...therefore it has flowered from at least last October until mid August and as you can see it has started flowering again....that is why I am so interested to see if those seedlings below the plant are Wallflowers also...
Well 'tis nigh on 6 o'clock 'ere so time for another Drambuie me thinks...
yep, some of them are. Look after them.
Cheers, but a bit early for me yet. There'll be no dinner if I don't do the preparations first
You can only edit the last post in the thread and only if that post was you.
There is a glitch in the system when trying to upload pics. It's being looked into.
Click green tree icon.
A small window will appear with two tabs showing one for (your computer) and the other for (an external site).
Hit your comp tab and then pick select. This will take you to your computer files (new small window) where you can pick your file and press ok/open. The window will close and you will see your file name appear in the box next to the select button.
Now hit the upload button. This will probably cause a error window to open (Radupload ajax callback error with lots of text). Press return or the X (top right)
Then wait till it appears in the small window. This can take a while so be patient.
When it appears press the save button and wait again. It should appear in the reply box but again this might take time.
Some files can be too big and will need to be cropped before they will load.
Hope this helps.
From the ED, today.
I'm sorry that you're having trouble posting images on the forum. A couple of things to check:
The images you upload need to be in jpeg or jpg format.
They should be less than 2mb in file size. If your files are larger you'll need to reduce them in size - there's a free app for iPad which will do this here:
I hope that helps!
Daniel HaynesEditor, gardenersworld.com