On this arbor, I have Champlain and Ramblin Red on the left side and Climbing Pinkie on the right side.
I am new to GardenWeb, how do you post multiple images on one message?
Your garden looks lovely. Love your structure and the Climbing Pinkie is a blooming machine. I see another birdhouse! Love them in the garden. Cute barn house. Sorry...I have no idea how to put multi- pictures on the site, but I sure hope you put more garden pictures on. Your garden is beautiful. Lesley
Welcome to the GardenWeb forums! That's a beautiful arbor Connie.
In order to post multiple photos, you have to upload your photos to a web-hosting site, then link to the photos. I use Picture Trails. Many people here use Photo Bucket and other ones. They all have free versions, but if you're going to post a lot of photos, you have to pay an annual fee. I think I pay like $24.95 or something like that. If you want the free versions, you only get a small amount of storage space.
Connie - Beautiful rose arbor, something I've always wanted. Thank you for sharing your roses and welcome to the forum.
I think I'd like to spend a lazy afternoon in the hammock enjoying the roses!
Beautiful arbor! Did it take a long time for the roses to cover it?
I use Photobucket. It's easy and you can paste the http address directly into the message text. There are a couple threads giving details on exactly how to do it on this site - just type "posting multiple pictures" into the general search bar on the top right and some answers should come up. There's even a test forum for people to try posting first!
The Climbing Pinkie was planted in 2009...
It took 2 years for it to go to the top.
Ramblin Red is slower in 2008.
Hi, Connie! It's me, your fellow roseaholic in Rowlett! I use Flickr to post multiple images. Directions are on Search here and also on Flickr. If you want to come over, I will show you.