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Pradeepk
Budding Contributor
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Am seeing that my magnolia plants are having brown/black leaves as seen in the image below. I got these magnolia plants only in the month of August an ...

projectmumma
New Contributor
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Hi everyone..just wondering if this plant is Gardenia? I want to plant more along fence line.  

PN
Established Contributor
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Hi @MitchellMc Hope you are keeping well. I had a question. We got a silver princess eucalyptus recently and its leaves have this marks in the last ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
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Question for the Fruit Tree lovers. I have a very healthy Imperial Mandarin tree grafted on dwarf stock that has never flowered or fruited. It has bee ...

Amylee
New Contributor
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Hi.. My Mum has very heavy clay soil that she had someone plant Japanese maple and some Ficus emeralds(not knowing anything about soil or plants she j ...

PN
Established Contributor
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Hi @EricL and @MitchellMc Hope you are keeping well. I am after some ideas and suggestions. Looking to transform the front lawn to a wild life garden. ...

barbs01
Junior Contributor
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Black leaf edges developing on my Tomato plants recently. Any help on what it may be and how I can rectify it please. Thanks very much 

anniek
New Contributor
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I bought a skeleton of a blueberry plant on sale at Bunnings a few months ago, and it is now covered in fruit and growing like crazy, but in a very we ...

JEKCROW
New Contributor
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Can anyone Please give Me some advice.? I'm wanting to put my indoor plants (Philodrendron-Pothos-Monstera-Syngoniums) outside for the Summer months. ...

notshyofeffort
Junior Contributor
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Hi friends Seeking guidance on what should I be growing on this spot. This spot had couple of year old Japanese maples which had started drying and ...

Nham
Established Contributor
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It's springtime and we decided to get some raised garden beds. But first, we had to dismantle the kids' cubby house which provided years of fun. ...

tahneep
New Contributor
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I got my Golden cane palm back in September, initially it looked happy and was in a small pot but then it developed a lean. I repotted it to a bigger ...

LisasGarden
Established Contributor
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On my last trip to Bunnings I picked up these two garden arches. I actually went in for a support for over veggie box but came out with these instead! ...

cbro
New Contributor
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I want to know whether it is best to cut the matting under the potted plant (dwarf citrus) to allow for better drainage. The matting says it allows w ...

holl
Budding Contributor
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flat leaf round long stem with very small flower

royq
Established Contributor
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Easy little project at my brother-in-law's place a couple of weeks ago. Took about 5 hours and cost less than $100. Really makes a difference. Th ...

acb
Junior Contributor
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I noticed on my new Mulberry plant there were 2 leaves with rust patches and that is 10% of the total foliage. If it is caused by some form of diseas ...

ss93
New Contributor
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     Hi, I’ve just recently bought some tulips from Bunnings and have replanted a few of them in a bigger pot. However, now the leaves and stems are ...

Itai
Super Contributor
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Hi All. I need some advice for what to plant in my garden beds along the southern part of my Northern fence. The catch-22 I have is in in Summer, the ...

acb
Junior Contributor
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I just bought a Mulberry plant from Bunnings yesterday and have an eye for a Northcote W57cm x H34cm half-whisky barrel looking pot. Experts out ther ...

brendawebster44
Experienced Contributor
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Hi everybody, I am not having any luck with my flowering plants this year. First the snails and slugs had a smorgasbord of pansy’s so Eric told me to ...

tisme
Budding Contributor
8 replies

flies are coming back I gather that growing herbs in pots at the door helps , anyone know what herbs /what size pots

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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Hey all, I just wanted to brag about one of my cabbages. I grew 6 cabbages, and for some reason, 1 Cauliflower only survived. My cabbages were all ...

NatFrances
Budding Contributor
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Hi. I'm a budding gardener but definitely a beginner! I have been pretty successful with most of my garden (veggies and flowers) but I'm having tro ...