Questions about: Potting Plants

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Judith
Answer: Hi Judith, You can repot your camellia sasanqua now into a larger pot. Because your plant is putting on new growth shouldn’t set it back the...
Answered: 11:38AM, 15 Oct 2012
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, The bush cherry lilly pilly can be root pruned. When you next pot up, trim the root and place into new potting mix. Trim the upper folia...
Answered: 11:38AM, 08 Oct 2012
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Caroline
Answer: Hi Caroline, Most begonias can be propagated from leaf cuttings. Cuttings from tuberose begonias can be taken in Spring. I have attached a link w...
Answered: 10:25AM, 08 Oct 2012
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, Your cyclamen will begin to die down now for the summer months. Its flowers would have finished and its leaves will begin to curl and wi...
Answered: 04:37PM, 02 Oct 2012
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Paul
Answer: Hi Paul, You can transplant your agave now without too much stress on the plant. Carefully remove it from the pot and transplant into the new pott...
Answered: 12:15PM, 25 Sep 2012
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Jan
Answer: Hi Jan, Ladies Purses or Calceolaria are best grown indoors in a free draining potting mix. They prefer to be kept moist however over watering ma...
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Answered: 02:13PM, 24 Sep 2012
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john ...
Answer: Hi John, From what I have read, the most successful way of propagation is by carefully lifting the suckers with some roots from around the trees an...
Answered: 10:38AM, 29 Aug 2012
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Priyal
Answer: Hi Priyal, To help minimise the amount of soil that may fall out from the bottom of the pot, a piece of netting or gauze can be placed across the h...
Answered: 11:15AM, 27 Aug 2012
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lesley
Answer: There are many plants that will grow successfully indoors in the Coffs Harbour area. These plants include palms, dracaena, colocasia, dieffenbachia...
Answered: 04:12PM, 09 Aug 2012
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Hannah
Answer: Hi Hannah, The dots could also be from droplets of water or even insect damage. Frost damage could also be a factor.
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Answered: 03:24PM, 07 Aug 2012