Questions tagged: Lillypilly

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Gai
Answer: Hi Gai, It could be that there is lichen growing on the trunk of your lillypilly. It would be good if you could send us a photo. I have attached ...
Answered: 03:57PM, 08 Aug 2013
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Cathy
Answer: Hi Cathy, When looking at the photo there still appears to be a lot of green healthy foliage. With regard to the mottled looking leaves, they may ...
Answered: 11:48AM, 28 Aug 2013
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Alexis
Answer: Hi Alexis, Thank you for contacting us. It would be hard to pin point the problem right away. We would request you to have a look at the trunk area...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Lillypilly
Answered: 10:36AM, 01 Oct 2016
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Shannon
Answer: Hi Shannon, Thank you for contacting us. Ideally the plant should revive itself, but it would be better to remove the dead branches to avoid any sp...
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: Lillypilly
Answered: 05:58PM, 03 Oct 2016
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chad
Answer: Hi Chad, Thank you for contacting Yates, if the tree trunk has been damaged it could be partially ring barked which enables the tree to access valu...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 09:18AM, 01 Nov 2016
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Donna
Answer: Hi Donna, Thank you for contacting Yates, it’s very likely myrtle rust infestation as it’s a persistent new fungal disease that affect ...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 08:58AM, 03 Nov 2016
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michael
Answer: Hi Michael, Thank you for contacting Yates, sounds like your Lilly pilly has been attacked by Psyllids, a tiny sap sucking insects that can cause t...
Category: Pests
Answered: 10:10AM, 02 Dec 2016
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L
Answer: Hi there, Thank you for contacting Yates. The dots on the foliage of your Lillypilly hedge looks very similar to a fungal leaf spot disease. We wou...
Answered: 11:50AM, 17 Jul 2017
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anne
Answer: Hi Manoj, Thank you for contacting Yates. An easy way to check if plants are still alive is to scratch the stem. For a living tree, this should be ...
Category: General
Answered: 07:29PM, 23 Oct 2017