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dirtygardener
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June 2020

My dragon tree is branching out finally. I feel like a proud parent!

dirtygardener
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June 2020

I love my Ozito battery chainsaw and my electric mulcher. They do the job for me and were affordable. I have just bought a pole pruner to add to my ba ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
June 2020

Hi Neo19I would treat the wound with an anti-rot fungicide then allow to stay dry.Make sure all mulch and any other matter is away from the wound so i ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
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May 2020

Hi GoreLooks like Citrus Leaf Miner. They lay eggs and the larvae burrow into the leaves causing the silvery trails and holes. Eventually the leaves c ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
May 2020

Hi there I would start with large lightweight pots along the wall with spillover plants.Depending on the sun/shade situation I'd suggest:Sunny - Russe ...

dirtygardener
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May 2020

Hi Declan I would include stepping stones wherever you want to walk regularly as even Stepables suffer from too much foot traffic.Plants that I have h ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
May 2020

I'd like to add to this as well even though its a bit late. I had many of these on my beautiful lemon tree. The best way I found to get rid of them is ...

dirtygardener
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May 2020

Hi GregoryYellowing leaves generally mean a nutrient deficiency.Depending on the type of yellowing it could be a nitrogen or other trace element defic ...

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Nellstar
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Hi all I am currently updating my courtyard after the previous owner did a terrible DIY concrete pour that sat flush with the door causing flooding i ...

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October 2019

@ProjectPete Found anything else?Saved this pachypodium dude from certain death at BW today... potted into a much more free draining mix. He was very ...

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September 2019

front yard cacti, the birdbath, and some overwintering mates in the alfresco - need to put them out soon! Please ignore my weeds!

Former Workshop member
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September 2019

@ProjectPete Hosting a party week after next - thought I better start jazzing up the succulent planters, lol. A small sample

ProjectPete
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My obsession with cacti and succulents hasn't wavered and I'm struggling to get my hands on some of the rarities I desire. Here are a few of my mates. ...

vinodkkt
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Hello Friends we just moved in to our first home 6 months before. During the lock down, i did bit of DIY to make my backyard look better and super pro ...

ayahchristensen
Budding Contributor
June 2020

I have had this problem I tried white oil but only on a couple of branches. It drove the bees away and didn't really help the problem. I introduced pl ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's now winter and the temptation is to stay indoors next to the heater. But there's still jobs to do around the garden that will ensure great res ...

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dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
June 2020

My dragon tree is branching out finally. I feel like a proud parent!

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
June 2020

I love my Ozito battery chainsaw and my electric mulcher. They do the job for me and were affordable. I have just bought a pole pruner to add to my ba ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
June 2020

Hi Neo19I would treat the wound with an anti-rot fungicide then allow to stay dry.Make sure all mulch and any other matter is away from the wound so i ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
2 replies
May 2020

Hi GoreLooks like Citrus Leaf Miner. They lay eggs and the larvae burrow into the leaves causing the silvery trails and holes. Eventually the leaves c ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
May 2020

Hi there I would start with large lightweight pots along the wall with spillover plants.Depending on the sun/shade situation I'd suggest:Sunny - Russe ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
May 2020

Hi Declan I would include stepping stones wherever you want to walk regularly as even Stepables suffer from too much foot traffic.Plants that I have h ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
May 2020

I'd like to add to this as well even though its a bit late. I had many of these on my beautiful lemon tree. The best way I found to get rid of them is ...

dirtygardener
Junior Contributor
1 reply
May 2020

Hi GregoryYellowing leaves generally mean a nutrient deficiency.Depending on the type of yellowing it could be a nitrogen or other trace element defic ...

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