Questions about: General

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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
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Matt
Answer: Hi Matt That’s a great question to ask. It’s always best to transport plants in an enclosed vehicle as the wind and high speeds can physically dama...
Category: General
Tags: tree, moving, plants
Answered: 12:17PM, 22 Feb 2016
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Kathryn
Answer: Hi Kathryn, Thank you for contacting us regarding your Moth Orchids. It is so exciting to see the spikes popping out, they are full of promises.Flo...
Category: General
Tags: orchid
Answered: 02:34PM, 20 Feb 2016
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Tim
Answer: Hi Tim, These kinds of plants like to grow in dry soils so it may be the drainage. At this time of the year its hard to establish plants at this ti...
Category: General
Tags: general
Answered: 08:00AM, 17 Feb 2016
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Tim
Answer: Hi Tim, Thank you for contacting us regarding your Viburnum. It’s hard to determine exactly what went wrong with your plant. But in general, ...
Category: General
Answered: 08:11AM, 16 Feb 2016
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Garry
Answer: Mulching cuttings is a great way to cycle nutrients in your garden. You need to remember then when you put green cuttings on a garden they can harb...
Category: General
Tags: mulch
Answered: 12:09PM, 15 Feb 2016
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Lynn
Answer: Hello Lynn, It sounds like a nutrient issue to me. I suggest a regular dose (according to label instructions) of Yates Fruit and Flower Booster Liq...
Category: General
Answered: 08:48PM, 02 Feb 2016
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Gary
Answer: Hi Gary, It looks like a type of hop bush which are native to Australia and new Zealand. There are many different varieties http://www.urrbraewetla...
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Tags: general
Answered: 09:33AM, 03 Feb 2016
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Ruth
Answer: Hi Ruth, Thank you for contacting us regarding your hedge, I am sorry that see the gap between plants. The possible reasons for your new planting i...
Answered: 03:14PM, 02 Feb 2016
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Marilyn
Answer: Hi Marilyn, you can use a product called Zero Glyphosate but you may need to re-apply after a couple of weeks. I hope this helps
Category: General
Tags: weeds
Answered: 09:57AM, 27 Jan 2016