Questions about: General

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Austin
Answer: Hi Austin, from what I could tell from your photo your soil looks dry, these plants don’t mind this type of soil as long as they have had tim...
Category: General
Tags: watering
Answered: 03:45PM, 30 Mar 2016
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Kerrie
Answer: Hi Kerrie, Autumn is a great time to prune most plants, they are often exhausted after the summer and need a bit of a refresh, also good for decidu...
Category: General
Tags: general
Answered: 08:50AM, 30 Mar 2016
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Ted
Answer: Hi, Thank you for contacting us. You can let them just drop off, but you may as well remove them as the plant is putting all its energy into produc...
Category: General
Answered: 11:48AM, 26 Mar 2016
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Jonathan
Answer: Hi, Thank you for contacting us. Can you tell me what the growing and watering conditions are like? I would expect them to have put on a little mor...
Category: General
Answered: 12:38PM, 26 Mar 2016
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robert
Answer: Hi Robert, Thank you for contacting Yates regarding your plant selection. We are an Australian based company and not familiar with the climate cond...
Category: General
Answered: 12:21PM, 12 Mar 2016
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Angela
Answer: Hi Angela, Thank you for contacting us regarding your Lilly Pilly. It’s hard to say exactly what caused the death of your plant without getti...
Category: General
Tags: lilly pilly
Answered: 12:10PM, 12 Mar 2016
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Jenny
Answer: Hi Jenny Thanks for your question. Your oranges just need a bit more time on the tree to develop the orange colour. They go from a green colour thr...
Answered: 12:59PM, 07 Mar 2016
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Pam
Answer: Hi Pam, Thank you for contacting us regarding Dipladenia. Dipladenia is the actually botanic name, sometimes it is known as Manderilla. Dipladenia ...
Category: General
Tags: Dipladenia
Answered: 11:44AM, 07 Mar 2016
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Brenda
Answer: Hi Brenda, Thank you for contacting us regarding our product Yates Tree and Blackberry killer. You will need to wait 6 months before clear treated ...
Answered: 02:20PM, 26 Feb 2016
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Robert
Answer: Hi Robert Thanks for the question. Soil pH can be the cause for yellowing leaves in many plants. When the pH is too far from the plants preferred r...
Category: General
Tags: soil, pH, testing
Answered: 12:31PM, 22 Feb 2016