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Jul 10, 2016 2:39 PM CST
Hi guys , how do I put my pictures of my flowers on here ? I am having trouble with growing my new ginger plant. Any help regarding my ginger would be so appreciated ! Thank you !
Fred Lee Scott
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Jul 10, 2016 4:57 PM CST
Hi Fred,

Scroll to the bottom of the dialog box and push the tab "Upload an Image". Then find the image you want to upload and "open" it. Wait patiently while that happens - it could take a minute. Your image will appear as a line of letters and numbers in your dialog box (there may be several blank lines between your text and your photo).

To look at the photo you uploaded, "Preview".

Hope this works for you.


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Jul 11, 2016 3:22 PM CST
I grow lots of kinds of gingers and would love to advise you on this but need to know where you are. There's a spot in your personal profile to fill in your location so it comes up in every post.

Gingers love heat, some sun and tons of water and fertilizer, those things I can tell you for sure. Post some pictures as soon as you can.

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