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  • Hi Nutcutlet,

    That would be great thank you! I'm not very well-up on computer matters

    I'm afraid, so if you think you could guide me through what to do I would

    be very grateful. Would you need my email address for this?

    I think a lot of gardeners must have had disappointments this year as it

    was such a poor Spring, but thanks to your advice, I now have a lovely

    show of poppies, cornflowers and corn marigolds, which with your help, I will be

    able to post photos of here.
  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,131

    I won't need your email address to send a private message I'll click on your poppies and 'message me'.

    I'll start with a pic

    image

     Right,, done that, oenothere rosea and annual quaking grass.

    Await your PM

     

  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,131

    Done

  • chickychicky SurreyPosts: 8,981

    So that's what annual quaking grass looks like - I have lots of it in one of my flower beds, but sadly none anywhere near my meadow !  Maybe I should turn my borders into meadows and plant  a few garden plants in the field that is pretending to be my meadow !!

    We did not inherit the earth from our grandparents.  We’re borrowing it from our children.
  • Jim MacdJim Macd Posts: 750

    Hi WaF,

    collected my Cowslips green yesterday and sowed. I could only face 240 plugs, sounds a lot but won't go very far will do more tonight. Most were still green, a few and ripened so you'd need to get out pretty sharpish where you are to get green seed.

  • Hi Nutcutlet - Just to let you know I'm still alive and kicking!!! I am really

    sorry I am such a nincompoop when it comes to doing things online and

    although I have read all your PM which you kindly sent me, for the life of

    me I can't get a message to you. I have typed in your nickname and what

    the subject is about, but when I try to type my message to you it just won't

    work - I can't type in a single word and I've tried everything.!! On top of that

    I don't have the little green tree logo you mention anywhere, so I can't click

    on it. I've emailed the gardenersworldforum help team, but they haven't yet

    got back to me to tell me where it's disappeared to. To be honest - I don't

    ever remember having it since I joined GWF. Sorry to go on.....just wanted you

    to know I'm grateful to you for your help and I'll get back to you as soon as poss.
  • Hi Jim,

    Will have to get out into the countryside and see what I can find.

    Otherwise I'll use the firm you kindly recommended to me and buy them!

    Will let you know!
  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,131

    there should be a reply box under the message WaF.

    Haven't you got a tool bar above the box you type in with smilies and spellcheck etc. It's always referred to as a tree. I thoughtit was a green wine glass for a long time, just a bit short in the stalk

    also

    There's instructions on another thread re picture posting. Done by Blackest who is approximately 1000 times more computer literate than me. Maybe more

    http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/plants/unidentified-flower/88879.html

  • Hi Nutcutlet,

    No - I don't have any of the things you mention above,

    in fact I don't think I've ever had them thinking back!

    I've also tried "Blackest" as you suggest, but when

    I click on the link he/she has posted I get a message

    saying that there's an error and it won't work. I think

    I must have a lot of gremlins running around on my

    laptop! In desperation I've contacted [email protected]

    and asked them to try to get my toolbar back for me!
  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,131

    Good idea, I wouldn't know where to look if mine disappeared

    I found lots of wild carrots germinating in the bald bits of field today. Very pleasing. The bald bits are down to a mix of yellow rattle and mowing the tops off large ants nests.

    I j hope you get the gremlins sorted, It's very frustrating when something only half works

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