Questions tagged: murraya

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Richard
Answer: Hi Richard, Murrayas will respond well to fertilising in the warmer weather. A general all purpose fertiliser or citrus food would be OK to use. ...
Category: General
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Answered: 09:34AM, 25 Jul 2011
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Penny
Answer: Dear Penny, Your hedges look like they are well established and growing strongly. You have obviously pruned them on a regular basis while they hav...
Answered: 11:50AM, 03 Nov 2011
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robert
Answer: Hi Robert, I suggest a distance of approximately 70 – 100 cm apart will be suitable for a Murraya hedge. Incorporate some blood and bone pri...
Answered: 12:08PM, 27 Mar 2012
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Beb
Answer: Hi Beryl, Murraya can be grown in a pot and with regular trimming can be kept a reasonable size. Use a good quality potting mix and fertilise regu...
Category: General
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Answered: 01:55PM, 31 Jul 2012
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May Ling
Answer: Hi May Ling, It appears your Murraya may be showing signs of nutrient deficiency which is not unusual at this time of the year. You can improve it...
Answered: 10:42AM, 15 Aug 2013
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Scott
Answer: Looks like to have a nasty infestation there. You definitely have scale and sooty mould. The leaf deformations look like psyllids. For this sized i...
Answered: 09:59AM, 25 Mar 2015
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Eileen
Answer: There are a huge number of plants which can be used as hedges, some are easy to form into hedges others need a lot of attention to form them. Murr...
Answered: 10:10AM, 07 Apr 2015
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Minnie
Answer: Hi. Clay contains most of the minerals that plants need for successful growth, but it does tend to lock it up. If you feed it with some Epsom Salt...
Category: Fertilising
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Answered: 11:47AM, 12 Aug 2015
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Lawrence
Answer: Hi Lawrence, Thank you for contacting Yates. There could be various reasons for the Murraya hedge to behave this way. Change in soil pH, nutrient u...
Category: General
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Answered: 08:10AM, 10 Jul 2017
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Lynn
Answer: Hi Lynn, Thank you for contacting Yates. Whilst flowering is something that is generally a bonus with these plants you can still grow them to get t...
Answered: 01:30PM, 12 Oct 2017