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I posted this awhile ago (concerning house plants)
« on: May 23, 2014, 08:24:58 PM »
I want to update but can't find the original thread.

I'm trying to use the insert image button with photobucket, I may be doing it wrong.

First off, I apologize for the crappy pics.

Here is the original photo, it's a funeral arrangement that I took custody of.

You may remember it.

Anyway, here is the update.

I re potted 4 plants, I ditched 2.

The palm looking thing because my cat was trying to commit suicide with it. And something I believe is called a heart shaped something or other.

In all these pics I placed a zippo lighter to allow for size estimations.

Ok, first up is what I have tentatively classified as Aglaonema.

I have been pruning the lowermost leaves in order to get it to bush out towards the top.

Next up is Syngonium

This guy is just hanging out, not doing much of anything. Aside from re potting and watering it, I'm just leaving it alone.

Here is Sathiphylium

This guy is sorta out of control. When I first laid eyes on it, it had one flower. Now it has three with another one on the way. I guess I'm doing something right?

This next one I sorta took a leap of faith. This plant spent so much time buried under other plants in the arrangement that it was only growing in one direction so I decided to reboot it.

It had 3 main stalks which I reduced to 1. I left it with 1 mature leaf and one very young leaf but I think it will turn out fine.

For what its worth here is the code that shows up when using the insert image button.


Replace this < or this > with the applicable bracket.

The process I was using was...

1. left click on the photobucket image link to copy.
2. Click the insert image button, which presented me with <img>(cursor)</img>
3. ctrl v presented me with the above code.


1. Edit post.
2.  Left click photobucket image option to copy.
3. Highlight the code produced by the img button and paste what was copied from photobucket.

« Last Edit: May 23, 2014, 09:06:55 PM by EagleKeeper »
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