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Noelle
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Hi PeteSucculents and cacti need an open, well drained growing media - there are special mixes available but an open garden mix will do just fine. For ...

Noelle
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Wednesday

Hi Rawns & JasonYou are on the right track, Rawns, but using glyphosate-based herbicides on the leaves is not optimal. If you wish to poison the bambo ...

Noelle
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a week ago

Hi pppI take it from the photos that the "damaged" leaves are on the base of the plant, close to the soil? If so, what you are seeing is not uncommon ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi @boatbloke You can tip prune the top growth to encourage side growth lower down to fill the plants out, but it may take a couple of years to ach ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

Hi Louisecomau Climbing Fig (Ficus pumila) would not work on a wire support - it climbs by attaching to rough surfaces like render, brick, etc witho ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi Mina Pencil pines are naturally tall and slender. You could cut the tops out of them to limit their height - this may destroy their natural symmetr ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi again NehaJain If you are using a citrus and fruit tree potting mix as well as a citrus slow release fertiliser, there is no need to also apply Eps ...

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Louisecomau
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2 weeks ago

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 ...

robchin
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September 2018

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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February

@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 ...

Adam_W
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January

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 ...

Adam_W
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April 2018

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 ...

Adam_W
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April 2018

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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3 replies
Wednesday

Hi PeteSucculents and cacti need an open, well drained growing media - there are special mixes available but an open garden mix will do just fine. For ...

Noelle
Established Contributor
2 replies
Wednesday

Hi Rawns & JasonYou are on the right track, Rawns, but using glyphosate-based herbicides on the leaves is not optimal. If you wish to poison the bambo ...

Noelle
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a week ago

Hi pppI take it from the photos that the "damaged" leaves are on the base of the plant, close to the soil? If so, what you are seeing is not uncommon ...

Noelle
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi @boatbloke You can tip prune the top growth to encourage side growth lower down to fill the plants out, but it may take a couple of years to ach ...

Noelle
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi Louisecomau Climbing Fig (Ficus pumila) would not work on a wire support - it climbs by attaching to rough surfaces like render, brick, etc witho ...

Noelle
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3 weeks ago

Hi Mina Pencil pines are naturally tall and slender. You could cut the tops out of them to limit their height - this may destroy their natural symmetr ...

Noelle
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1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi again NehaJain If you are using a citrus and fruit tree potting mix as well as a citrus slow release fertiliser, there is no need to also apply Eps ...

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