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To upload a photo, just click on the tree icon, choose Your Computer, browse to the photo you want and click on Upload. Can't recognise your trees from the description - sorry!
It's in the tool bar at the top of the box you type in. 2nd from the right on mine
Just above where you type in your comment 2nd from end.
Hi Justine, it should appear when you click 'submit reply' or start a new post. It doesn't work on phones though - you need a PC or laptop etc. Here's an image of what it looks like:
That's clever Bob, how did you do that?
I used the 'snipping tool' in Windows 7, nut, which is in 'Accessories' in the Programs menu. It allows you to select an area of screen which it captures to a file. I had to resize the image though as my first attempt came out very small. I used a free image editor called 'Irfanview' to do that and add the red circle.
It almost looks like a beech but from your description of fabric like leaves it can't be. I'm sure some very knowledgeable people on here will help you Justine.
Looks like beech to me. Don't worry about the leaves appearing, mine are at the same stage and will fill out over the next two weeks.
Looks like beech to me as well
Thank you Bob for the technical stuff
I agree with Beech. When kept trimmed back like that they hold the dead leaves over Winter which makes them a useful deciduous hedging tree which still provides privacy. There are a couple of Beech hedges on my way to work - I'll have a look tomorrow and see if they've started back into growth yet; I think they are a bit of a late starter.
Or possibly Hornbeam.