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Hello Connie, thanks for your question. 

Brunfelsia's enjoy a slightly acidic soil at around 6, so checking that the pH isn't too high would be a good place to start. You can lower the pH using To help lower your soil pH (making it more acidic), try 'Yates Soil Acidifier Liquid Sulfur'. It helps creates ideal growing conditions for acid loving plants such as camellias, azaleas, magnolias and blueberries. It's an easy-to-use liquid formulation, it can be diluted and applied without the dust and the mess associated with traditional granular products. Click here for more information on this product: https://www.yates.com.au/product/garden-fertilisers/speciality-fertilisers/yates-soil-acidifier-liquid-sulfur

Pruning encourages a denser plant and more flowers as well! Early Autumn is a great time to prune - use a sharp, clean pair of secateurs and clip to a great shape!

Finally, consider an all round feed which is safe to use near natives. You might like to try 'Yates Dynamic Lifter Soil Improver and Plant Fertiliser' as a complete, soil-conditioning  fertiliser. It's certified for use in organic gardens and will help create a nutrient rich soil for better root growth, stronger plants and more flowers and fruit! It can be used on gardens all year round, including native plants. Click here for more info on this product: https://www.yates.com.au/product/garden-fertilisers/certified-organics/yates-dynamic-lifter-soil-improver-plant-fertiliser

 

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Answered: 22 Mar, 2022

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