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Re: How do I reinstate an archived garden?

Message from Nicola

In forum: How to use the site

Hi Ann, we will need to record another video for that one:)

To reactivate an archived garden please go to your 'Archived list'

Please be aware you need to have 'spare capacity' in your Shoot subscription level to have another garden activated.

Also, for any hobby members, you do not have 'archive', 'transfer' or 'reactivate' permissions and need to contact us to get any archived gardens reactivated.

Thanks!
Nicola

  • Posted: Wed. 15th April 2020 16:30

How do I reinstate an archived garden?

Question from Ann Balmforth

In forum: How to use the site

I have a number of gardens in my archive but I cannot see how to see them or to reinstate a garden if I need to.

  • Posted: Wed. 15th April 2020 11:34

Re: How do I archive/remove a garden from the Active list?

Message from Nicola

In forum: How to use the site

Hi Kari, you are right that you cannot as a hobby member archive and/or reactivate gardens. You can just edit it and rewrite over them. So you can amend the garden name, plant list etc. for your two gardens as often as you like however. Is there a particular reason you want to archive it? All the best, Nicola

  • Posted: Sat. 6th October 2018 14:22

How do I archive/remove a garden from the Active list?

Question from Kari Koonin

In forum: How to use the site

I would like to remove one of my gardens from the Active page. How do I do this?

I saw archiving instructions on this forum for a professional user but didn't find the equivalent for an amateur.

Thanks

Kari

  • Posted: Sat. 6th October 2018 09:53

Re: Can someone tell me what this plant is?

Message from Alun Williams

In forum: Identify a plant

It is not chives, but a wild plant (not sure of name) which grows in my front garden, although I did not pant it. It can be found on the mountains in Wales in wet/damp areas, although it will grow anywhere. As kids we used to call it a "bull rush" but I don't know why it got this name.
I think it will self seed from the small brownish flower head it grows. Hope this helps.

  • Posted: Wed. 13th June 2018 09:11

Can someone tell me what this plant is?

Question from Janet Hord

In forum: Identify a plant

I have a plant growing in a wooden container and don't know what it is. It is very similar in appearance to "Chives" but instead of a flower head at the top of leaf it has little tufty flowers about halfway up each leaf.

  • Posted: Mon. 11th June 2018 20:54

Re: How do I archive a garden?

Message from Nicola

In forum: How to use the site

Hi Lindsay, you can archive any 'unshared gardens'. If you want to archive a garden which is shared, first please remove anyone who is sharing the garden profile and then you will have the archive and transfer ownership options again. (See the image below from your account. We have removed any client information and added arrows showing you where to manage the unsharing and archiving). I hope that helps? Thanks Nicola

  • Posted: Wed. 18th October 2017 07:38

How do I archive a garden?

Question from Lindsay

In forum: How to use the site

I have several finished gardens on my subscription that I wish to archive so I can add new clients onto the database, but its not clear how to archive them?? Can someone explain please?

  • Posted: Tue. 17th October 2017 18:35

Can anybody identify this plant please?

Question from Victoria Lewis-Jones

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi, my wife planted a load of seeds from a mixed herb pack, and although most have come up as we'd expected (basil, rocket, chives), this one has come up with them! It looks weedy to me, with its spiky leaves and thick spiky stem, but the flowers that have come through on it are not what I'm used to seeing in local weeds. Is it some kind of herb, or just a really pretty weed?
Thanks

  • Posted: Sat. 1st July 2017 08:44

Re: Re: Re: how do i delete an archived garden

Message from Nicola

In forum: How to use the site

OK great thanks Peter. Happy garden planning! Let us know how you get on from here:) Nicola

  • Posted: Wed. 15th March 2017 12:35

Re: Re: how do i delete an archived garden

Message from Peter Seed

In forum: How to use the site

thanks Nicola for your prompt reply
Theres not an issue as such ,had spent a lot of time trying to find the delete archived garden button .Now i know there isnt one thats cool.
Just wanted to delete the practice attempts before delving into the planning stage of the the real thing.

  • Posted: Wed. 15th March 2017 07:50

Re: how do i delete an archived garden

Message from Nicola

In forum: How to use the site

Hi Peter, we had too many problems with people accidentally deleting their gardens so currently you cannot delete archived gardens. Is there an issue with keeping them in the archived list? Thanks Nicola

  • Posted: Tue. 14th March 2017 13:59

how do i delete an archived garden

Question from Peter Seed

In forum: How to use the site

any help would be appreciated

  • Posted: Tue. 14th March 2017 10:35

Re: Re: Low growing shrub, tangy aroma when rubbed.

Message from Steve

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi Nicola,
Thanks to you and your follower for the pointer. The foliage does look like a Rosemary but i'm not sure about the flowers, if you look on the attached photo you can see the flower stalks, they are long to about 8" and are formed at the end of last years growth and seems to be just one bud on each stalk. I cant see any flowers like this in the Rosemary archives/google/RHS When i inherited this plant in the early summer it was mostly brown (dried out), it had all those dead heads which look like last years rather than this Springs.
looks like i may have to be patient and wait for the flowers.
regards
Steve

  • Posted: Sat. 8th October 2016 09:40

Identify please. Puzzled !

Question from Char

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi,

I wonder if anyone could help. I planted this from seed and noted it as chives. It's obviously not that and I'm really struggling to work out what it is...!

Does anyone have any thoughts ?

Thanks so much
C

  • Posted: Sun. 10th July 2016 10:02

Re: What herbs should I plant and when?

Message from John Wicks

In forum: New to gardening

It depends entirely on what you like to eat. But different herbs like different conditions. Some of my favourites like sage, thyme, rosemary are Mediterranean and like well drained soil in sun. Lay sage leaves on a mackerel fillet, drizzle with a little oil, wrap in streaky bacon and bung it in the oven for about 10 minutes. Delicious. Mint likes it moister, I pick it when it is young and make mint sauce which I then freeze into ice cubes and use as needed; I also make mint and apple jelly. Mint tea is good too. Chives don't seem too fussy about soil and position and are pretty in the flower border (their flowers are edible) and go well in a potato salad. They are a good companion plant as they deter greenfly. Golden oregano - good on pizzas - also attracts beneficial insects, as does borage. Its flowers taste of cucumber - find recipes at http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/borage. Dill attracts good insects like hoverflies and is good in pickles (I add some to my pickled courgettes). There is plenty to choose from. Just do it!

  • Posted: Thu. 23rd June 2016 16:27

Where is my garden

Question from jean anderson

In forum: How to use the site

i have not been on for long and have just logged in to see a new site and Im not sure whether my account has been frozen or the fees have increased and Im no longer on board.Where I had three gardens I seem to have lost my garden altogether . I can find it on archive but want to delete one garden and make another my main. Help anyone?

  • Posted: Fri. 25th March 2016 14:48

speed up

Question from Radoil

In forum: Buxus sempervirens

Hi there, i got hadge of buxus sempervirens, and i want to speed up it growing rate.Can i achive this with some fertilizer or something like that.
Thank you and have a nice day!

  • Posted: Wed. 5th November 2014 05:15

Re: I can't remember the name of this plant.

Message from Samantha Jane

In forum: Identify a plant

Hello again Keith,
I just googled Cucurbitaceae and tropical fruits of Peru and this came up, looks like it maybe?
http://www.cropsforthefuture.org/crop-of-the-week-archive/caigua-cyclanthera-pedata-curcubitaceae/
Best wishes,
Samantha Jane

  • Posted: Thu. 8th May 2014 22:19

Re: Wild garlic or not?

Message from Samantha Jane

In forum: Identify a plant

Hi there,
I don't think that it is wild garlic as the leaves do not look wide enough, but, it does remind me of garlic chives, with the flat leaf, although mine is not in flower yet. Important to check before any consumption.
Good luck with it,
Samantha Jane
sjgardendesign.com

  • Posted: Sat. 26th April 2014 18:04