pale purple, thistle-ish

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  1. SimonZ

    SimonZ Gardener

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    I should know this, but have no idea. Flowerheads not unlike cow parsley etc, but colouring quite thistle-like. Flowering now. Stems sort of pale purple colour also, cylindrical and sturdy, but thin.
     
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    • wiseowl

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      Hi SimonZ a photo would be most beneficial my friend:smile:
       
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      • SimonZ

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        It would. And I uploaded one. It hasn't appeared. I've tried again now, both by editing the post, and again in this reply. I always have this problem with GC, and am therefore assuming jpegs are not permitted?
         
      • pete

        pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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        Nothing to do with J pegs, I use them all the time.
         
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        martin-f Plant Hardiness Zone 8b

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        Hi Simon yes Jpeg is permitted, what issue are you having ? you might have to resize the picture to get it to upload,

        I use this How to use Image Resizer for Windows instructions are in the link,

        Once you've resized the picture i resize to small
        Capture.PNG

        Click upload a file





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        Then click on browse
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        Select the file you have shrunk and upload it, once uploaded it will appear below and then you have a option on how you want to upload it on the forum, Thumbnail/Full image i always choose Full image



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        Once you click on full image it will be inserted into your post.
         
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