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Noelle
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Thursday

Hi @Pradeepk The dark discolouration in the third of your original images (dark colour between leaf veins) looks more like a nutrient deficiency of ...

Noelle
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Monday

Square and rectangular pots are a great idea, Adam! Perfect for areas where space is at a premium, like balconies.

Noelle
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Hi @Amylee Treating a heavy clay with clay breaker or gypsum might be a slow process but the end result is worth the time taken, if your mother wan ...

Noelle
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Monday

Hi @Stuardo I'm inclined to agree with Mitchell in saying the top growth you have looks like rootstock, not the grafted mandarin. It is far too vig ...

Noelle
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a week ago

Hi @CEH The plants you've selected all look great and most, with the exception of the daphne, can be grown inside, as they are usually kept as "house ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Yes, I'd agree with you, Mitchell!

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

I love small furry animals, especially our Australian ones, but some of them don’t endear themselves to me, especially ring-tail and bushy-tail pos ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Great advice from Eric, @barbs01

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Pradeepk
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Thursday

Thank you @EricL for suggesting the Fungicide. Have removed all those leaves which were infected. Just to be more sure about the cause, I have taken t ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Wednesday

Hello @Pradeepk Thank you so much for posting the extra information about your Magnolias. If the other Magnolias are showing the same symptoms, it ...

PN
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Tuesday

Thanks @EricL Eric. I will move the plant to another part of the garden with more sun light and also apply the fungicide and remove the impacted leave ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Monday

Hello @PN It looks like a bacterial brown spot. This type of fungus attaches itself to the leaves and waits for the right conditions to propagate. T ...

Adam_W
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Monday

Hi @CEH as @Noelle mentioned the change of pot sizes is a progressive thing.All those you've mention will do well in small to medium sized pots with t ...

BradN
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a week ago

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 MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Hi @holl, My money is on it being a weed, specifically false onion weed. I might need to confirm with our gardening experts @Adam_W and @Noelle be ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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3 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @qian. It's wonderful to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about how to revamp your ...

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Noelle
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Thursday

Hi @Pradeepk The dark discolouration in the third of your original images (dark colour between leaf veins) looks more like a nutrient deficiency of ...

Noelle
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Monday

Square and rectangular pots are a great idea, Adam! Perfect for areas where space is at a premium, like balconies.

Noelle
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Monday

Hi @Amylee Treating a heavy clay with clay breaker or gypsum might be a slow process but the end result is worth the time taken, if your mother wan ...

Noelle
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1 reply
Monday

Hi @Stuardo I'm inclined to agree with Mitchell in saying the top growth you have looks like rootstock, not the grafted mandarin. It is far too vig ...

Noelle
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a week ago

Hi @CEH The plants you've selected all look great and most, with the exception of the daphne, can be grown inside, as they are usually kept as "house ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Yes, I'd agree with you, Mitchell!

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

I love small furry animals, especially our Australian ones, but some of them don’t endear themselves to me, especially ring-tail and bushy-tail pos ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Great advice from Eric, @barbs01

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