Questions about: General

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Jeanette
Answer: Hi Jeanette, sounds like many things have gone wrong here. Hard to say without knowing what they have been fed with so far and what the soil is lik...
Category: General
Tags: gardenia
Answered: 10:41AM, 17 Nov 2009
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Paula
Answer: Hi Paula, this sounds like a real challenge as lush tropical gardens will not thrive in the extremes of exposed coastal locations with sandy alkali...
Category: General
Tags: coastal
Answered: 10:25AM, 17 Nov 2009
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Rhonda
Answer: Hi Rhonda, some prunus rootstock can be problematic with suckering and there isnt much that you can do. Chopping them off at the soil surface just ...
Category: General
Tags: fruit
Answered: 09:47AM, 23 Nov 2009
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Maree
Answer: Hi Maree, I have listed a few plants that might be suitable for your location. Abelia grandiflora, Agonis flexuosa ‘Nana", Buxus japon...
Answered: 11:11AM, 19 Nov 2009
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Laura
Answer: Hi Laura, Native plants never transplant well. They usually die shortly after transplanting. I would take some cuttings of the Melaleuca before y...
Answered: 02:40PM, 18 Nov 2009
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Jo-Anne
Answer: Dear Jo-Anne I can give you a couple of suggestions for a native hedge that might suit your garden. Westringia ‘Zena" has grey/green fo...
Category: General
Answered: 10:36AM, 18 Nov 2009
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Peter
Answer: if the tree fern is a Dicksonia species then yes the top can be cut off with a saw and re-planted. The bottom will not re-grow. the taller cyathe...
Category: General
Tags: natives
Answered: 07:18AM, 17 Nov 2009
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Anne
Answer: Hi Anne, not sure if you refer to drains or foundations but there really is no such thing as non-invasive roots – it’s all a matter of ...
Category: General
Tags: tree roots
Answered: 07:07AM, 17 Nov 2009
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Carol
Answer: Dear Carol, Droughtshield can be used on young plants and new foliage but be sure to water the soil around them first, and spray in the cool of the...
Answered: 01:09PM, 16 Nov 2009
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karen
Answer: Hi Karen The only explanation I can give is perhaps some seed from another plant or weed has blown into the fresh potting mix and has germinated th...
Answered: 01:07PM, 12 Nov 2009