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GillyL

Which plant are you asking about?.can you repost the right way up?.

fidgetbones

Looks like a large specimen of fat hen(chenopodium alba) in front of the nicotiana.

Yes, it's  a very rare example of an Antipodean chenopodium alba. 

I tried to repost it the right way up but it won't. So I rotated it by 180 degrees and re-posted but it stayed upside down 

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MrsGarden

What's the plant with glossy leaves and beautiful blue daisy-like flowers (bottom right when right way up) --- want one!

SwissSue
Michelle Sturdy wrote (see)

I tried to repost it the right way up but it won't. So I rotated it by 180 degrees and re-posted but it stayed upside down 

Phenomenal! I tried the same, but it refuses to go right way up, very strange, will have to ask OH why this occurs. Never mind, can see the picture anyway, and those with tablets etc. can turn them upside down!

fidgetbones

Only the upside down ones.

Otherwise if you go for a walk in the countryside , you will see it all over the place.

Very funny  was getting quite excited 

 

Thank you for your help with this, it's been driving me insane! 

BobTheGardener


If you have a PC, get Irfanview (free), rotate and SaveAs jpg (choose 75% quality)

Fairygirl

Turns the right way when I click on it!

nutcutlet

the right wayup that looks more like one of the artemesias than fat hen

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BobTheGardener

Not for me FG - the original gets bigger, but still upside down (PC, IE10).  What device and browser are you using to view the site?  It would be nice to know so we can get to the bottom of this weirdness!  Some images contain 'EXIF' data which is extra information about the image that some cameras/phones add and includes rotation information - my guess is that different things interpret it differently.  Like all techie things, all manufacturers think their own interpretation of a 'standard' is the right one (so they are usually all wrong!)

When the plant was small, judging by the leaves I thought it was going to be an Aster.