Questions tagged: frangipani

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Robyn
Answer: Hi Robyn, best approach is to cut out affected branches leaving a clean vertical cut in healthy wood which can heal over. Sterilise tools between c...
Category: Diseases
Tags: frangipani
Answered: 01:30PM, 20 Jan 2010
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Avis
Answer: Hi there, Without knowing anymore about the conditions your frangipanis are growing,the main reason why you don’t get flowers is either there...
Category: Potting Plants
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Answered: 01:38PM, 25 Mar 2010
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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, You can collect the seeds from the pods once they start to split open. Place the seeds in some seed raising mix and keep moist but not w...
Category: General
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Answered: 09:40AM, 19 Oct 2011
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Alec
Answer: Hi Alec, The frangipani can be transplanted now before the weather warms up. They generally do not have a large root system so take care transplan...
Category: General
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Answered: 01:27PM, 19 Oct 2011
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Kerrie
Answer: Hi Kerrie, When the frangipani cutting is taken then it should be left for about 2 weeks before planting to allow the end to dry out. This will he...
Category: Potting Plants
Tags: frangipani
Answered: 11:52AM, 31 Oct 2011
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John
Answer: Hi John, Please ensure there is no saucer under the pot as this can hold too much water. If possible raise the pot using pot feet so the pot is fre...
Category: Diseases
Tags: frangipani
Answered: 09:05AM, 30 Jan 2012
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Dianne
Answer: Hi Dianne, Frangipani is susceptible to rust which is seen as small orange/brown lumps or pustules on the underside of the leaf surface. It is wor...
Category: Diseases
Tags: frangipani
Answered: 10:26AM, 20 Feb 2012
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Answer: Hi Bernadette, You can prune your frangipani tree now June/July as the tree is dormant. When you do prune, cut back stem back to where there is a ...
Category: General
Answered: 02:23PM, 12 Jun 2012
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Ian
Answer: Hi Ian, Rust is a fungus which frangipani seem to be particularly susceptible to especially during the humid months of the year. We can recommend ...
Answered: 09:50AM, 31 Jul 2012
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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, You can certainly under-plant with any number of summer annual plants – borders of allysum and lobelia, pockets of celosia, chrysan...
Answered: 03:35PM, 11 Sep 2012
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Jenny
Answer: Hi Jenny, Usually frangipani plants lose their leaves over winter however a warm, mild winter will sometimes mean that plants retain their leaves....
Category: Diseases
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Answered: 01:53PM, 12 Nov 2014
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Ron
Answer: Frangipani’s add a fantastic scent to the garden. It sounds like your frangipani suffered from frost damage. You’ve done the right thin...
Category: General
Answered: 11:09AM, 05 May 2015
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harris
Answer: Thrive Easy Pods are a great and easy way to fertilise your garden. They can be used to fertilise Frangipani’s, just dissolve one pod in 9 li...
Category: Products
Answered: 11:03AM, 18 Sep 2015
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Sam
Answer: Hello Sam, Frangipani growers around the world (particularly in colder climates) have successfully used this method (in a basement or garage that i...
Category: General
Answered: 04:31PM, 12 Jan 2016
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eva
Answer: Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Dry leaves suggests it hasn’t been getting sufficient and regular watering. Have you watered regularly and wh...
Answered: 06:20PM, 16 Mar 2016
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Frances
Answer: Hi Frances, Thank you for contacting us. Please try Yates Pest Oil to control scales on your frangipani tree. Please ensure you have read through t...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 01:18PM, 09 Nov 2016
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Judy
Answer: Hi Judy, Thanks for contacting Yates. You can use Yates Lime Sulfur on your frangipani tree for rust. The best rate of application is 10ml of produ...
Answered: 05:50PM, 24 Apr 2017