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Drought tolerant roses that give continuos blooms.
Ok, thank you so much!
I've done it for you Crystal. You need to scroll to the bottom of the page & save after making any changes in edit.
Ok. I have deleted it several times. I clicked edit, and deleted that pic and then saved, but when I go back to my spottings, it's back! Can you help me?
Hi Crystal, as far as is practical we request that humans are cropped from photographs that are shared on Project Noah. This is because we are a wildlife community & we want the organisms that are featured to be the main focus of all images.
No photographs of humans??! Seriously?!
Hi Crystal & welcome to the community!What a cute little girl! Unfortunately we do not allow photographs of humans on Project Noah so although this is a lovely photo we request that you either crop or remove it. The second photo is absolutely fine & shows us more detail on the beautiful rose. Thanks!
The young primate there is pretty cute too!
Spotted on Mar 17, 2012 Submitted on May 30, 2012