Questions about: Potting Plants

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Leona
Answer: Hi Leona, There are two products you can use which promote root growth in softwood and semi hardwood cuttings. One is Clonex which is a gel soluti...
Answered: 10:50AM, 29 Aug 2011
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Jasmine
Answer: Dear Jasmine, Perhaps your jasmine plant may have outgrown its pot and may need to be re-potted in some fresh potting mix. If the leaves are yello...
Answered: 02:57PM, 04 Nov 2010
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Gwenda
Answer: Dear Gwenda, I am not sure how much of the fronds on your palm have been affected. I would nurse them along with some seaweed extract to help the ...
Answered: 03:05PM, 16 Sep 2010
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Tracey
Answer: Dear Trace, The time to sow Sweet Peas in your area of Qld is late autumn. I feel the Sweet Peas you should be growing are those suited to a pot si...
Answered: 03:08PM, 24 Aug 2010
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Daryl
Answer: Dear Daryl, When growing herbs in a window box, we would always suggest that you pot your herbs into a good quality mix that has the Australian Sta...
Answered: 01:06PM, 29 Jun 2010
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Elizabeth
Answer: Hi There, Yes you can but the germination rate becomes lower as the seed gets past the sow by date.But most of them should still come up depending ...
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: seeds
Answered: 09:15AM, 28 May 2010
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Francesca
Answer: Hi there, the plant that your talking about is called kalanchoe and they are available in most nurseries. They are normally sold as hanging basket.
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: general
Answered: 01:51PM, 18 May 2010
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nella
Answer: Dear Nella, While it is still autumn you can sow the following annuals as a border in your garden beds – Bellis perennis, Alyssum, Linaria, M...
Answered: 02:19PM, 24 May 2010
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garth
Answer: Dear Garth There shouldn’t be any curl grubs in the potting mix you purchase. Curl grubs are the larvae of the African Black Beetle and this ...
Answered: 01:07PM, 19 May 2010
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diana
Answer: Hi There Diana, Most dahlias can stay in the ground without being lifted.If you want to divide them so you have more for the next season you need t...
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: general
Answered: 02:24PM, 14 May 2010