How To Change My Email Address On My Gardenality Profile Account?

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How do I change my email address on my Gardenality profile? I went to the accounts page in my profile but it wouldn't allow me to change my email...only my password.

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Maple Tree · Gardenality Genius · Zone 10A · 30° to 35° F
Hi Jeanne-I checked also and found this bug. I will contact Chason. He will check it out and get it fixed. We will contact you as soon as it is fixed or check with you and make the changes you want made.

6 years ago ·
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Hi Jeanne - Sorry you're experiencing this problem changing the email address. We're in the process of fixing this little bug. In the meantime, I sent you a private message requesting the new email you want to use on your Gardenality account. If you can provide me with the new email we can change it for you right away. If you have any questions or need anything else please let us know. - Brent

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UPDATE: We got this bug fixed. If any Gardenality member needs to change the email address on their profile/account, here's how you do it:

1) Log in to Gardenality.
2) Go to your Profile and click on the My Profile & Account tab.
3) Then click on the Manage My Account link.
4) Then click on the My Info tab.
5) Then type the new email address into the email text box field
6) Then click on the Save My Profile button to save your changes. That's it!

If anyone encounters any problems with changing their email address on their account please let us know!

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Answer #1 · Jeanne Morrison's Answer · Thank you because I'd like to know how to eliminate liriope that has gotten out of hand)

Additional comments about this answer: · Gardenality Genius · Zone 8A · 10° to 15° F
Eliminating a spreading type Liriope, such as Liriope spicata, can be a tough project. When used at recommended strength, glyphosate-based products, such as Killzall, Roundup, etc. don't seem to be that effective in killing it. Glyphosate sprays work by entering active-growing plants and weeds through their foliage and traveling down to the roots killing the entire plant. However, because liriope doesn't actively grow that much after flushing its new growth in spring it makes it a tough one to kill. Too, like wild onions, I think the chemical has a tough time penetrating the thick exterior of the leaves on Liriope. This being said, I've used 41% glyphosate mixed at double strength with a surfactant (spreader sticker) product added to the solution and had good results killing Liriope...though it might take longer to kill than more tender weeds or plants. Spreader Sticker products are available at most nursery and garden centers. If you spray with glyphosate just make sure to be careful not to spray the foliage of any desirable plants in the area.

Otherwise, the only way I know to eradicate Liriope would be by digging it up. Soil sterilants could be used but then no plants will grow in the area after application.

Let us know if you need more details or have any other questions.


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