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Which Ivy?
#381642 Apr 13th, 2014 at 09:51 AM
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Leaves are small with cream colored borders and less than an inch in size. I want to know the name so I can figure out how to take cuttings? [img:center)

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DaisyM #381643 Apr 13th, 2014 at 09:55 AM
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Okay, the link did not go through, can anyone give me a refresher course on how to get my images on this board?

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DaisyM #381644 Apr 13th, 2014 at 11:07 AM
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The below information can be found by going to:
New members
Then to "Your Member Benefits"
Then chosing "Posting Photos"

It reads as follows:

Your photo will need to be uploaded to a server, most everyone here uses Photobucket.

It takes just a couple of minutes to join Photobucket, it's super easy to use, and it's FREE!

Simply upload your photo to Photobucket, then click the thumbnail of the picture you want to post and find the three boxes titled: "Url", "Tag", and "Img".

Just highlight the bottom line (Img) then right-click and copy it, then paste it right into your post here at A Gardeners Forum.

At the top of the thumbnail photos there is an "edit" button, where you can resize your picture.


The pictures posted here can't be over 800x600.
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Re: Which Ivy?
DaisyM #381648 Apr 13th, 2014 at 01:07 PM
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Will try again, thanks Carol.

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You have a PM Daisy


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Re: Which Ivy?
DaisyM #381671 Apr 14th, 2014 at 02:32 PM
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DaisyM #381703 Apr 16th, 2014 at 11:44 AM
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The leaf itself is more oval shaped and not heart shaped. The leaves are smaller than they appear in the picture.

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This looks like a variegated swedish ivy to me. White-Edged Swedish Ivy, Tropical Mint, Candlestick Vine, Ornamental Coleus
Plectranthus coleoides 'Marginatus'
Does it have an odor?



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Re: Which Ivy?
DaisyM #381707 Apr 16th, 2014 at 12:50 PM
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Yes, I looked it up and varigated swedish ivy seems to look like the one I have. Their's is a little fuller, well, should I say a lot fuller. That's why I wanted to know how to multiply mine to make it look fuller. Thank you.


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