Better known for it’s tangy, aromatic leaves than it’s flowers, they none-the-less can be beautiful in flower, if somewhat small and easily overlooked – which is a pity, i reckon! 😉
(Click on the pic to open in a new window and click again to see full size detail.)
If any of you are into borders for your WP photos and like the ‘double’ border effect on mine above it’s easy to do once you have added a border into your post pic.
Change to html tab as you write or edit your post (if you work in ‘Visual’ normally) and where you see the border code looking something like this:
style=”border: 7px solid #eab71c;”
Just change ‘solid’ for ‘double’ (you can also use ‘dotted’ and ‘dashed’ or combos of all 4! Try experimenting and see how you go 🙂 )
px is the width of your border in pixels (7 in this case) and # is the number code of the colour border you choose (Black is #ffffff;)