Questions about: Potting Plants

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Sharon
Answer: Hi Sharon, Thank you for contacting Yates. Club mosses are fantastic to grow in terrariums but can suffer if there is a bit to much water. It is li...
Category: Potting Plants
Answered: 05:34PM, 21 Mar 2019
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Rebecca
Answer: Hi Rebecca, Thank you for contacting Yates. Looks like the plant might be affected by mites or scales. Try ‘Yates Nature’s Way Citrus &...
Answered: 05:18PM, 18 Mar 2019
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Lauren
Answer: Hi Lauren, Thank you for contacting Yates. It will depend on the type of cutting you use. The purple gel is for soft tip and semi-hardwood cuttings...
Answered: 03:08PM, 08 Mar 2019
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Chris
Answer: Hi Chris, Thank you for contacting Yates. For feeding your Happy Plants we recommend using Yates Thrive Houseplant Liquid Plant Food. It is a comp...
Answered: 02:09PM, 20 Feb 2019
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hannah
Answer: Hi Hannah, Thank you for contacting Yates. The soil will depend on if the petunia is in pots or in the ground. For potted petunia, we recommend us...
Answered: 02:47PM, 12 Feb 2019
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Janet
Answer: Hi Janet, Thank you for contacting Yates. Sounds like the shrub is infested budworm. To control, try Yates Success Ultra Insect Control. Click her...
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: Budworm
Answered: 02:52PM, 09 Feb 2019
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Gwenyth
Answer: Hi Gwenyth, Thank you for contacting Yates. Although it is standard, the root system can still be invasive so we would recommend that if planting o...
Answered: 04:33PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Hanson
Answer: Hi Hanson, Thank you for contacting Yates. For these particular succulents they can be planted straight into seed raising mix or cactus mix once th...
Category: Potting Plants
Answered: 03:57PM, 08 Feb 2019
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David
Answer: Hi David, Thank you for contacting Yates. To answer your question: 1. Ficus pumila can grow in pot; 2. It’s evergreen; 3. It can grow up to ...
Category: Potting Plants
Answered: 05:08PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Sarah
Answer: Hi Sarah, Thank you for contacting Yates, It sounds like your potting mix may be drying out too much. As potting mix dries it can shrink, this can ...
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: watering, soil
Answered: 09:17AM, 12 Feb 2019