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My murraya paniculata is not flowering can you help me Thanking you lynn

Submitted: 10:34AM, 12 Oct 2017
Answer: Hi Lynn,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

Whilst flowering is something that is generally a bonus with these plants you can still grow them to get those lovely sweet smelling blooms.

To promote more flowers on your hedge you will need to feed it with a product that has a bit more potassium. This is the nutrient that plants need to promote the fruit and flowers. In this case, we would recommend that you apply Yates Thrive Natural Roses and Flowers Pelletised Plant Food to your murraya at 8 week intervals.

This will help promote not only leaf growth but also some flowering as well.

Kind regards

Yates Horticulturalist

Answered: 01:30PM, 12 Oct 2017


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