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thanks to all you kind people who gave me feed-back when I posed my question about my Bluebells not flowering. An update friends, after our little away break over Easter I was so thrilled when we arrived home to find “we have flowers” on the normally flowerless plants. I can’t tell you how delighted I am. Only a fellow garden lover would be able to ex plain this. My family think I am “nuts”! Several years ago when hubby John was working a colleague gave him these half a dozen bulbs. After waiting all these years (about 10) they have suddenly surprised me. They haven’t multiplied yet but now they have learned how to flower maybe that will be their next accomlishment!

I am still trying to add photos to my home page but seem unable to do it. I have been given some advice from one of my friends on here but sadly it or I failed. Advice please which will be very much appreciated.Regards Sue

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This reminds me of the old fashioned lilac bush my mom waited 10years for it to bloom...the 11th year still no blooms...that fall mom stated to me looking at the bush "If it don't bloom next spring I'm tearing it out and putting something else in." the next spring it was so full of blooms you didn't see much green. Do you think it understood what she said? LOL

22 Apr, 2009


It's always a thrill when something unexpected or long awaited flowers! That's great... :-)

As to adding photos.

1. Go to your page.
2. Click on 'add photos' (in the list on the righthand side)
3. Click on the 'browse' button... and go to your place or file in your PC where you keep your photos.
4. Click on the one you want to add.
5. Click 'submit' and wait while the green line moves along.
6. Name the photo, then when it appears on your page, 'edit' it if you want to add any information.

I do hope that this helps.

22 Apr, 2009


follow spritzs advice but submit does take minutes sometimes. if you press return /back it stops loading. you know it has been successful as the photo comes up about the size of a postcard.

22 Apr, 2009

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