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Apr 5, 2015 6:18 AM CST
|I wanted to add images of the species of Begoniaceae that I have and instead looks like I added a species reneformis which you already have and it did not let me add an image. How do I do that. When I tried to add that image here for this message, it gave me my folder which does not include my iPhotos and no access to my iPhoto? Any help?|
Apr 5, 2015 6:40 AM CST
| LAbegoniac. Someone will explain this to you soon. I'm not familiar with iPhone issues.
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Apr 5, 2015 2:02 PM CST
|Hi, and welcome. Can't wait to see the images of your Begonias.
When you look up a plant, and find the entry in our Database, then click on the name to go to the page, you just need to scroll down to the bottom of the page (which is sometimes below the ads) to the section labelled "Adding actions" where there is a link to upload a photo.
On this (Ask a Question) forum, what happens when you click on the button at the bottom of this text box that says "Upload an image" ? It should give you an option to browse your photos, and just click on the one to upload.
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Apr 7, 2015 9:38 AM CST
It looks as if you proposed adding a plant to the database and your proposal was accepted.
If this your plant?
Begonia (Begonia 'Layer Cake')
If so, just look on that page and find 'upload a photo'.
I am not sure if adding images from an iPhone differs than adding them from a computer, but just holler out and some iPhone users will add more details.
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