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Adam_W
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Hi @wendylee I must say that's very confusing...As @EricL said generally purple indicates grey or recycled water and unless it has gone through very h ...

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2 weeks ago

Hi @Pcan is that in lawn or garden (or everywhere)? And does it have some pink as well as white flowers?

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2 weeks ago

Hi @Newgreenthumb @EricL has covered most of the bases there. Depending on where you are I'd be leaning towards drainage with all the wet weather. The ...

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2 weeks ago

Hey @kj1 and welcome!Okay, that's kind of odd.One area looks like something has been dragged, another like something has been left on the deck & 'impr ...

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3 weeks ago

Hi @brendawebster44 Looks to me like that damage is being done by caterpillars of one sort or another. Or possible grasshoppers or katydids but you'd ...

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3 weeks ago

Hi @MYC Yes, winter is the ideal time to be replacing your roses with a new bare-rooted plant. As you've had a poorly rose planted there I would howev ...

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Pcan
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2 weeks ago

Any recommendations for slow release fertiliser?

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Newgreenthumb Thanks for posting those close up photos. From looking at your pictures I don't see any bite marks on the leaves, there are no rus ...

joy18
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a month ago

Hi Eric, Thanks for your response. I have few of these trees, and only 1 with this disease, however the rest looks like going to follow ? Please see a ...

parisMof
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a month ago

Thanks for your reply.I have eco-oil.i will try with that.cheers,

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @cc1002. It's sensational to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about Camellia buds.I susp ...

Noelle
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a month ago

@cc1002 I would have to agree with Mitchell's opinions on the potential causes of the damage to your camellia buds, and I also endorse his suggesti ...

parisMof
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Hi expert, can you please let me know which products I need to use to get rid of white spots on my plants? Thanks  

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Adam_W
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3 replies
Wednesday

Hi @wendylee I must say that's very confusing...As @EricL said generally purple indicates grey or recycled water and unless it has gone through very h ...

Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Newgreenthumb @EricL has covered most of the bases there. Depending on where you are I'd be leaning towards drainage with all the wet weather. The ...

Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

Hey @kj1 and welcome!Okay, that's kind of odd.One area looks like something has been dragged, another like something has been left on the deck & 'impr ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @brendawebster44 Looks to me like that damage is being done by caterpillars of one sort or another. Or possible grasshoppers or katydids but you'd ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @MYC Yes, winter is the ideal time to be replacing your roses with a new bare-rooted plant. As you've had a poorly rose planted there I would howev ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @DavidParaons Well, I must say, I'm a bit baffled.Assuming they have been getting adequate light (full-sun) and good water (not kept wet or allowed ...

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