and KylieBelle wrote12 minutes, 34 seconds ago
and Elfrodo wrote3 weeks, 6 days ago
You don't know how to get 5 different colours on your petals? Next time you have a plant with one colour e.g. all violet, put an empty hive out, once you get a violet bee inside, store that hive. Then when you have another plant with a different colour e.g. all indigo or blue egg, take that hive with the one violet bee inside back into your garden and get an indigo or a blue bee in there as well. As soon as you've got one in, remove the hive to storage again, then repeat with a third colour then a fourth etc . It means a little bit of babysitting to ensure only one of each colour goes in. I did it as I was working through the colours so it was quite straightforward xx
and Elfrodo wrote2 months ago
Hi Claire, did you understand my post & get your order? I had a look just now, and the calculator comes up with GS, skunk, unicorn, tortoise, meerkat, WU for your orange plate. I don't know what the first critter is on your yellow plate - I'm guessing it can't be squirrel or your topiary bush would be trimmed by now as you've had a few GS visit. You don't have a rosa amora out for the skunk so I'm guessing it's maybe hedgehog seeing as you have a Luna waiting to go RFH? If it is Hedgehog up first, the order for that plate, according to the calculator, is HH, meerkat, skunk, ostrich, unicorn, tortoise, WU, GS, Black Uni. If it's not HH first, the order will obviously be different xx
and Elfrodo wrote2 months ago
I'm sorry Claire, I have only just found your message. You've probably already found the answer to your question now. You can obviously see which critter is first after you've dusted it to FG. However, to determine the order of each plate you hover over it whilst it is still in storage - over the "use" button. The pot ID number comes up on the bottom left hand of your screen (on my laptop anyway). You go to the FL calculator, type in the colour of trail, the first critter, your garden ID (2385594) & your pot ID. To determine your pot ID once it is in your garden with a bush planted, you hover over it as if you were going to water, but right click on "water it", then click "inspect element" or "inspect". This brings up a box of coding/gobbledegook with the top line highlighted in blue (at least on my laptop) The pot ID is the number in brackets after the word "water" on that highlighted line x
and Elfrodo wrote7 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi Claire, I know you have a lot of allergies to antibiotics etc, but if you are able to take Otrivine menthol nasal spray, it is fabulous at unblocking a blocked stuffy nose & sinuses. It works really quickly & lasts 6-8 hours. I have allergic rhinitis & have a Beconase spray but I dont like pumping steroids up my nose all the time so I use the Otrivine menthol one. Hope you get some sleep & feel better tomorrow x
and Grumpy wrote9 months ago
You can find the topiary guide here
There's lots of it but it covers it completely. Remember to keep a note of the order in which the critters come as it will always be the same order for that particular pot.
As for what animal it will be...
When your bush is “fully grown” it has task (first) for you. To find out what it is hover on the bush like you want to water it . Under the watering can there is question mark. It says : Help!(Which wildlife will trim this Topiary?) Click it. You will see a picture of the animal you need to attract in order to trim the bush with short explanation : "Trimming Your Topiary :The wildlife you need to attract to your Garden to trim this particular Topiary Bush is the (animal) It only needs to be spotted in your Garden once (by anyone) and it will trim your Topiary for you!" So to proceed set up your garden for that particular animal.
Good luck, it's worth it for the "greenhouse" xx
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