Tel, Mary, I know that you both signed up for the ISO facebook page.
It has been driving me nuts. I wanted to post and see if someone had Candy Jayne in the UK and a couple of other dahlia searches for my Dad's dahlias.
The only thing that was stopping me was my photo albums and I have a lot of photos that I don't want to go through individually resetting who can see them because there are a lot.
Now someone has just posted a photo of a dahlia which looks very similar to Candy Jayne but with (too) long stems. Still want Candy Jayne. Frustrated is not the word for it. There is a lot of discussion about the dahlia which I don't understand because it is not in English but someone did say 'Candy Jayne'.
I'd like to ask a favour, could one of you ask for me (or anyone else that views that facebook page) if anyone knows a UK supplier of Candy Jayne because by the time I have finished going through over 34 albums I am going to miss the moment.
Just a tip with the German posts... use Google translate if you get the feeling it is a post you'd like to read. I just copy and paste the whole thread into Google translate. The grammar is different so now and again you have to use your imagination to create a cohesive thought, but the main points come through. I think maybe one or two words of German are beginning to sink in, too. Yes, I am terminally curious, and I do tend to translate it all!
Example translation from that thread:
"very nice ...... even one that I do not know, LOL ....... sees the Candy Jayne similar"
loveyourgarden2015: My name's Guy I'm contacting from Love Your Garden with Alan Titchmarsh. We are currently looking for people to put forward nominations for our next series of garden makeovers.
Dec 8, 2014 16:07:20 GMT 1
loveyourgarden2015: I wanted to put up a message on your forum but didn't want it to be seen as spam and so I was wondering where the best place for this would be?
Dec 8, 2014 16:07:41 GMT 1