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Hi Jess (@Jess21) Could be any one of several causes: iron deficiency, alkaline soil, water-logging are just a few. Start by doing a pH test on the s ...

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@W0rst-yard-ever I would be very reluctant to spread clay over the top of your shale - it would probably only make a terrible problem a whole lot w ...

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Hi @suequarford Completely agree with @Adam_W re his thoughts on your wish for a Port Wine Magnolia hedge. The tip pruning as he suggested is very i ...

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Bit hard to tell just from the foliage. All melons and family have quite similar leaves. May be a bit easier as the melons develop. Any thoughts @Ada ...

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Completely agree with Adam_W!

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Hi @mandy111s111 The photo's not all that clear but your moptop looks rather dry, as does the soil it's growing in. Start by giving the soil a good ...

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Hi @DeannaThe plant's looking great! Leave it in peace until it has completely finished flowering (probably mid Spring), then cut off the old flower s ...

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@Miiche25 There are lots of plants that are great for rock gardens. Cacti and succulents do well in most climates but they need full sun and good drai ...

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robchin
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Great to have Noelle in the WOrkshop Community. I've known her for a while and she has some real expertise.

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@Noelle I just heard that you received an Order of Australia Medal last month. Let me extend a huge congratulations on behalf of the Workshop commun ...

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Thanks @Jason & hi @stellabella,Absolutely 100% is leaf miner.They're a tiny grub that burrows (or mines) between the leaf layers so normal insecticid ...

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Hi @Deanna,Well that proves how well orchids can thrive on neglect!Okay, first-off to what you actually have there. It’s most often called the ‘rock o ...

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No worries Dee,You are correct, they like to be crammed in.That pot size looks fine, just make sure the drainage hole is nice & clear as too much mois ...

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Noelle
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Hi Jess (@Jess21) Could be any one of several causes: iron deficiency, alkaline soil, water-logging are just a few. Start by doing a pH test on the s ...

Noelle
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2 replies

@W0rst-yard-ever I would be very reluctant to spread clay over the top of your shale - it would probably only make a terrible problem a whole lot w ...

Noelle
Junior Contributor
5 replies

Hi @suequarford Completely agree with @Adam_W re his thoughts on your wish for a Port Wine Magnolia hedge. The tip pruning as he suggested is very i ...

Noelle
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Bit hard to tell just from the foliage. All melons and family have quite similar leaves. May be a bit easier as the melons develop. Any thoughts @Ada ...

Noelle
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Completely agree with Adam_W!

Noelle
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Hi @mandy111s111 The photo's not all that clear but your moptop looks rather dry, as does the soil it's growing in. Start by giving the soil a good ...

Noelle
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Hi @DeannaThe plant's looking great! Leave it in peace until it has completely finished flowering (probably mid Spring), then cut off the old flower s ...

Noelle
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@Miiche25 There are lots of plants that are great for rock gardens. Cacti and succulents do well in most climates but they need full sun and good drai ...

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