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Noelle
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Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @Soul2solyoga Your lime tree needs to be in a much larger pot! Even though you re watering it twice a week, there is not enough potting mix aro ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @Nellstar Polystyrene has been used in horticulture for many decades in growing and potting media to lighten the mixes and to improve drainage. ...

Noelle
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a month ago

For those with groundcover and miniature roses, pruning is far less systematic. Most groundcover roses are reasonably vigorous and will produce a lot ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @tde299 and @MitchellMc Rather than dig down 450mm to create the garden bed, and risk the possibility of running into existing gum tree roots, I ...

Noelle
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a month ago

Hi @EllaCourtney and @MitchellMc Because it is a citrus, I would be reluctant to 'bare root' the plant to ensure there are no grubs or eggs remaini ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Pilar8. It's great to have you join us and many thanks for jumping straight into the conversation. Did ...

Pilar8
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3 weeks ago

Amazing tips and ideas! I like the one with coffee grains! It is safe for the plants and for the snails and slugs.

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @tde299. Many thanks for your questions, I'd be pleased to assist. If the main issues are due to the co ...

Bish
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June

Thanks @Noelle .. thats a good idea!!! Will give that a go and keep you posted!!!

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
May

Hi @Bish, I thought I would mention a couple of products which you might be able to use in such a confined space. There is a range of Birdies raise ...

Adam_W
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3 replies
April

No worries @Kevin92 Having been there & done that myself I know where you're at with this problem.Unfortunately plants that tolerate the sort of condi ...

Adam_W
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5 replies
April

Hi @Kevin92 clay is a challenge...When it gets dry it gets really rock-solid dry. When it's wet it stays that way for a long time especially in the co ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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1 reply
April

Welcome to the Workshop community @Queenie. I'm sorry to hear about your sick plant. Could we please know a few more details which may assist in dia ...

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Noelle
Experienced Contributor
5 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @Soul2solyoga Your lime tree needs to be in a much larger pot! Even though you re watering it twice a week, there is not enough potting mix aro ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Hi @Nellstar Polystyrene has been used in horticulture for many decades in growing and potting media to lighten the mixes and to improve drainage. ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Hi @tde299 and @MitchellMc Rather than dig down 450mm to create the garden bed, and risk the possibility of running into existing gum tree roots, I ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
a month ago

Hi @EllaCourtney and @MitchellMc Because it is a citrus, I would be reluctant to 'bare root' the plant to ensure there are no grubs or eggs remaini ...

Noelle
Experienced Contributor
June

Hi again @sunayanaH No, it isn't. Some believe that mains water with chlorine and fluoride in it may affect indoor plants. I've never found that t ...

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