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Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @macsmum07 and @Jason There's an excellent article online all about the port Jackson Fig and how to care for it, which I think you will find mos ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @GraceGreenthumb Start by buying or re-using some pots about 300 - 400mm diameter (across the top). Plastic or terracotta pots will do. Then make ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Chaks_DIY and @Jason Possums generally don't attack lemon trees although they may have a nibble at the skin on citrus fruits from time to time if ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi again @ynotrialb To answer your questions: 1. Not sure exactly what you are meaning here ("Would planting a know rooting ...") but no, shading ar ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

@ynotrialb Hi again The tree does not look at all happy in its present situation. Japanese maples are generally cool climate plants, preferring ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi @ynotrialb We need to know more about your location, soil type (you've mentioned it is new - what's its origin?), depth of top soil, climate, aspe ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @stardust666 Watering every two days may be overdoing it a bit. A deep soaking on planting and then once a week, unless the weather is very hot, s ...

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Adam_W
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Fiiiinalllyyyy... finished my new water feature. I'll get a video made soon so will share the link.Wha-da-ya-rekun? I'm pretty darn happy with it. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @genevieve. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. As you have read it is ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

Hi @iamtheroot, Leaf curl is something that you need to get on top of prior to buds swelling. Before the buds swell it is a good idea to spray with ...

GarryM
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October

  Thank you for your help here’s how it went after following your great tips and advices. Cheers!    

r23on
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September

Hi NoelleThank you for your input and the link.If I want to put a lime bud onto the lemon tree is this the same principle Regards

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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September

Hi @gore, It would be a great idea to remove the affected leaves and dispose of them. This will assist in ceasing the spread of the disease. As yo ...

Adam_W
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August

Hey @bruzzz Plants are always the best way to screen but... you're tight on space & the time screens take can be frustrating. Clumping bamboo is fast ...

Adam_W
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September

Hi @robbinvk well your camellias are certainly looking sad. Has anything happened to the area recently (on the other side of the fence too)? Or is it ...

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Noelle
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi @macsmum07 and @Jason There's an excellent article online all about the port Jackson Fig and how to care for it, which I think you will find mos ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @GraceGreenthumb Start by buying or re-using some pots about 300 - 400mm diameter (across the top). Plastic or terracotta pots will do. Then make ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
2 weeks ago

Hi @Chaks_DIY and @Jason Possums generally don't attack lemon trees although they may have a nibble at the skin on citrus fruits from time to time if ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi again @ynotrialb To answer your questions: 1. Not sure exactly what you are meaning here ("Would planting a know rooting ...") but no, shading ar ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
3 replies
3 weeks ago

@ynotrialb Hi again The tree does not look at all happy in its present situation. Japanese maples are generally cool climate plants, preferring ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
5 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @ynotrialb We need to know more about your location, soil type (you've mentioned it is new - what's its origin?), depth of top soil, climate, aspe ...

Noelle
Super Contributor
3 replies
a month ago

Hi @stardust666 Watering every two days may be overdoing it a bit. A deep soaking on planting and then once a week, unless the weather is very hot, s ...

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