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Neilio
Community Newcomer
2 replies

I'd like to buy a good fruiting variety of feijoa ( not too thick-skinned and not too gritty flesh). The varieties of feijoa sold in Bunnings don't sp ...

dang-ouch-tim
Community Newcomer

Hi there, we bought a property with a nice large garden space some time ago. Keen to get a garden started, we sent away some soil samples to GardenSaf ...

balaji27
Building a Reputation
4 replies

Hello Team, Please have a look at the pics of my banana plant and please advise what's wrong with the drying leaves, I water the plant regularly, what ...

ArunM
Cultivating a Following
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We laid turf recently about a month back. After mowing the lawn I can see some patches in the lawn. Any idea why this is happening ? I fertilised the ...

nc
Finding My Feet
5 replies

I have two grevillea about a year old (moonlight and superb) and I have noticed that they have black patches. I have had a lot of rain lately and have ...

balaji27
Building a Reputation
3 replies

Hello Team, Please refer to my Ginger plant pics, would you please guide how long I should wait for the harvest and will there be an indication from t ...

balaji27
Building a Reputation
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Hello Team, Please advise how long I should wait to pluck the okra out from the plant, the two okras in the plant are very hard (one is relatively sof ...

balaji27
Building a Reputation
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Hello Team, My marigold plants produce flowers, but it looks like dying. I had this issue with other marigold plants which finally died after grown we ...

balaji27
Building a Reputation
5 replies

Hello Team, Happy Easter! I need your advice on my Egg plant, please have a look at the pics - the plants have grown well (planted 5 months ago), but ...

aly
Making a Splash
3 replies

Hi workshop, I have a number of little hedges in my front yard, Korean Buxus ones, that I'm after some care info on. They've been in for a little unde ...

SEABEE
Just Starting Out
4 replies

I have Googled this plant that is eating the bark of my Albany Woolly Bush and slowly killing it as the bark is removed. In my research I have come ...

greg_r
Just Starting Out
2 replies

Hi, My wooly bush which was planted in the ground last September is not doing well. It established well but now the new growth are looking shrunk ( th ...

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