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CEH
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a week ago

Many thanks, Mitchell. Will do.

CEH
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2 weeks ago

My ctenanthe is already quite large - 900mm high. I've read that they can get to 2m. Given the location shown, how how would you suggest? An how ...

CEH
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November

Thank you, Adam. That makes sense. I think the ctenante will need to go from the 25cm sale pot to a slightly larger 30cm one, as it is already fairly ...

CEH
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November

Many thanks, Noelle. Much appreciated.

CEH
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November

Hi Brad, I've left the plants in their sale pots till I get them positioned and get supplies like fertiliser. I will repot them in the coming week.Tha ...

CEH
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November

Many thanks, Eric. Sounds good. About the wind, now that I've lived here for 3 months, I know it swirls around in the balcony space and can get very s ...

CEH
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10 replies
November

Hi Noelle,I finally got some plants: Ficus robusta, ctenanthe sets, peace lily and Daphne perfume princess, and set them up on the balcony. a couple o ...

CEH
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September

Hi MitchellMcThank you. I'll do that - it will probably be a few weeks before I do it. Charles

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BradN
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November

Hi @CEH , hi @EricL . Windy balconies can be tricky, and your Ctenanthe and peace lily are not well suited to that sort of environment. They're better ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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November

Hello @CEH You've chosen such beautiful plants. Let me tag @Noelle so that she's made aware of your questions. In regards to the strong winds on y ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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September

Hi @CEH, Scandinavian oil is typically tung oil and/or linseed oil. So if you had the desired result with the original Feast Watson Scandinavian Oil ...

Noelle
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September

Hi again @CEH When new plants are repotted depends on a few things, including the time of year, whether they are "comfortable" in their existing pots ...

Noelle
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15 replies
September

Hi @CEH Moving plants into larger pots should be a gradual process. Don't take a plant from a 140mm pot to a 500mm pot, for example, in one go. Do it ...

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CEH
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a week ago

Many thanks, Mitchell. Will do.

CEH
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November

Thank you, Adam. That makes sense. I think the ctenante will need to go from the 25cm sale pot to a slightly larger 30cm one, as it is already fairly ...

CEH
Junior Contributor
November

Many thanks, Noelle. Much appreciated.

CEH
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1 reply
November

Hi Brad, I've left the plants in their sale pots till I get them positioned and get supplies like fertiliser. I will repot them in the coming week.Tha ...

CEH
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November

Many thanks, Eric. Sounds good. About the wind, now that I've lived here for 3 months, I know it swirls around in the balcony space and can get very s ...

CEH
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10 replies
November

Hi Noelle,I finally got some plants: Ficus robusta, ctenanthe sets, peace lily and Daphne perfume princess, and set them up on the balcony. a couple o ...

CEH
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September

Hi MitchellMcThank you. I'll do that - it will probably be a few weeks before I do it. Charles

CEH
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September

Many thanks Noelle. I'll certainly follow that advice. Hope to be able to shop in a few weeks! (:-)

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