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Noelle
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yesterday

Hi @Gardenhelp Eric has given you the right information - repotting or transplanting the coleus and anthurium at this time of the year may do more ...

Noelle
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Wednesday

Sugar snaps and snow peas do well in most climates over the cooler months of the year. They are not frost-tender so can be sown right through winter e ...

Noelle
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Wednesday

Agree with Eric - the frost-damaged leaves are not recoverable but you may be able to keep the tree alive by doing as Eric suggests. Keep the trees un ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

An alternative is to use glyphosate diluted 1 part glyphosate to 6 parts of water and injected into the trunk in the same way - 8-10mm diameter and ab ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Jason Here's a few of the most popular and easy-to-care-for indoor plants to keep you occupied when it's too cold or wet to garden outdoors! ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @newbiebunny According to the NZ retailer's website (https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/kiwi-garden-weedkiller-concentrate-1l/R2677317.html), the ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi Jason Great idea to re-introduce this conversation! Here are my tips to get the ball rolling. In cooler climates (southern NSW, SA, Tas and Vi ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Agreed, more info needed. However, I think you are heading in the right direction, Eric.

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Tuesday

Hello @Imran Thank you for sharing your question about your Lychee tree. Unfortunately, if Lychees are exposed to below-freezing temperatures for mo ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 weeks ago

Hello @Everat One method to kill the tree stump is to use Manutec 1kg Epsom Salt. Generally, you drill into the stump with an 8mm or 10mm drill bit. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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4 weeks ago

Hi Praveen (@PraveenS1), The issues seem to indicate some type of fungal disease, and a copper-based fungicide like Multicrop Kocide Blue should ass ...

Community Manager Jason
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a month ago

Hi everyone, I thought I would resurrect this old discussion as I'm sure everyone is finding it challenging at the moment finding affordable fruit ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a month ago

Hello @julia2 Thank you so much for posting those photos. Looking at the leaves and the pattern of the die-off leads me to believe that it might be ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a month ago

Hello @eugz92 Thank you for sharing your question about your gardenia. Looking at the picture, I don't see any indication of an insect attack, the l ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

That looks to be Mimosa pudica @Housereno1. Here's a fact sheet on them. As you've mentioned, control measures involve digging it out and making sur ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a month ago

Hello @renef Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fabulous to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about the hangin ...

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Noelle
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2 replies
yesterday

Hi @Gardenhelp Eric has given you the right information - repotting or transplanting the coleus and anthurium at this time of the year may do more ...

Noelle
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1 reply
Wednesday

Sugar snaps and snow peas do well in most climates over the cooler months of the year. They are not frost-tender so can be sown right through winter e ...

Noelle
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Wednesday

Agree with Eric - the frost-damaged leaves are not recoverable but you may be able to keep the tree alive by doing as Eric suggests. Keep the trees un ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

An alternative is to use glyphosate diluted 1 part glyphosate to 6 parts of water and injected into the trunk in the same way - 8-10mm diameter and ab ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @newbiebunny According to the NZ retailer's website (https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/kiwi-garden-weedkiller-concentrate-1l/R2677317.html), the ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi Jason Great idea to re-introduce this conversation! Here are my tips to get the ball rolling. In cooler climates (southern NSW, SA, Tas and Vi ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Agreed, more info needed. However, I think you are heading in the right direction, Eric.

Noelle
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a month ago

Completely agree, Eric! No disease, no problem, just some greening from lack of sun and possibly high humidity.

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