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Noelle
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Tuesday

Hi Jason and @rogerleejt Melbourne's not the best climate for avocados. Originating in Mexico and Central America, they prefer warmer conditions than ...

Noelle
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Tuesday

Hi @rogerleejt Avocados are best grafted in spring to early summer when the sap is flowing well, the scion wood is flexible and the graft or bud wi ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi @LynnieB If citrus trees are otherwise healthy, with green foliage, flowers and plenty of fruit ripening, then the most common cause of leaf cur ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi @jakecapuano While most native plants will grow much better when planted into the garden, there are some that are quite spectacular as potted pl ...

Noelle
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January

Hi @jc88 As Jason has previously said, we would be in a better position to be able to help you with your citrus problems if we have more info, such a ...

Noelle
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December

Hi @STAAReynolds In addition to the pelletised chicken manure, I'd be looking at a controlled release fertiliser twice a year (Osmocote Fruit, Citr ...

Noelle
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December

Hi @Rawns By hand! No simple solutions here - cut the canes off close to the ground and dig out the remnant clumps or simply leave them there to r ...

Noelle
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December

Hi @Renan The cut culms will not regrow but cutting them will encourage the underground rhizomes to send up even more new shoots. Restricting the bam ...

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LynnieB
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3 weeks ago

I am feeling very relieved to hear this advice Noelle. I actually decided to give them a big drink and discovered that they picked up beautifully.... ...

jakecapuano
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3 weeks ago

Brilliant suggestions @Noelle, thank-you for taking the time to provide those suggestions - I think a trip to Kuranga Native Nursey is in order! Thank ...

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December

 Hi @Mlata Peace lilies are beautiful, ive had one in my bedroom now for nearly 3yrs now, thrives on the natural day light it get, never direct sunli ...

Grub80
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December

Hi @crimsonqueen , your seedlings are fine. They are growing their first true leaves as all seedlings grow the first leaves called cotyledons. These a ...

jane_5
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November

Hi @Noelle, I noticed the pretty teapots used as pots for plants in your picture, and I wonder about drainage with such pots. Do you drill holes in t ...

MartyH
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November

This might help @Coopja https://www.growveg.com.au/guides/top-3-reasons-why-your-tomatoes-are-not-setting-fruit/

Louisecomau
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November

Hello everyone, The work and photos on this thread are a great inspiration! My fence is the identical colourbond color and the green really seems to ...

Community Manager Jason
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February 2019

@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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Noelle
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Tuesday

Hi Jason and @rogerleejt Melbourne's not the best climate for avocados. Originating in Mexico and Central America, they prefer warmer conditions than ...

Noelle
Established Contributor
4 replies
Tuesday

Hi @rogerleejt Avocados are best grafted in spring to early summer when the sap is flowing well, the scion wood is flexible and the graft or bud wi ...

Noelle
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2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @LynnieB If citrus trees are otherwise healthy, with green foliage, flowers and plenty of fruit ripening, then the most common cause of leaf cur ...

Noelle
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi @jakecapuano While most native plants will grow much better when planted into the garden, there are some that are quite spectacular as potted pl ...

Noelle
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January

Hi @jc88 As Jason has previously said, we would be in a better position to be able to help you with your citrus problems if we have more info, such a ...

Noelle
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1 reply
December

Hi @STAAReynolds In addition to the pelletised chicken manure, I'd be looking at a controlled release fertiliser twice a year (Osmocote Fruit, Citr ...

Noelle
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December

Hi @Rawns By hand! No simple solutions here - cut the canes off close to the ground and dig out the remnant clumps or simply leave them there to r ...

Noelle
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2 replies
December

Hi @Renan The cut culms will not regrow but cutting them will encourage the underground rhizomes to send up even more new shoots. Restricting the bam ...

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