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Do you stock Exocharda x macrantha “The Bride”

Thanking you
Raewyn

  • Raewyn Darrach asked 19 hours ago
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I cannot find how to access a list of your products for sale on your web site. I am interested in finding out what varieties of griselias you have at your Remuera store, the size af plants available and the prices. would you please provide this information to me. Thanks.

  • Graham Hendry asked 2 days ago
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I would like to know if you have any ornamental grey heron birds in you shop
Thank you, Sylvia scott, Pahoia Road, Tauranga

  • Sylvia Scott asked 3 days ago
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Why are my peaches splitting on the tree? Some are also going rotten while still on tree

  • Grant asked 3 days ago
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Hi,

I have some mystery cardoon/artichoke plants that have sprouted in my garden and I’m unsure if I should try and blanch the stems to eat, or wait for globes to grow to eat as artichokes.

Is there any simple way to tell the difference between a cardoon and a globe atrtichoke so I know what to do with them?

  • Graydon Hayes asked 3 days ago
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What have you got in your range of hibee scrubs, please

  • Peter Nicholls asked 5 days ago
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I have leucoermum about6 years old in sandy sunny headland. It has recently yellowed most of foliage. I know you have to be very careful to avoid standard fertilisers but do you think it might be short of trace nutrients or can you suggest what to do?

  • Chris Moyes asked 5 days ago
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On our new property there are four Feijoas trees which are possibly four years old – after crop would these transplant, as way down a gully?

  • Karyl asked 5 days ago
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Hi, my beautiful 7 year Pink Grapefruit tree all of a sudden just died on me. It’s leaves shriveled up, turned brown, then the whole tree collapsed. Prior to this, it was perfect – gorgeous to look at (many neighbours commented on it, particularly when it was full of huge orange/pink fruit against the bright green leaves) and was very productive, fruitwise. Prior to it dying, I fertilised it, around the dripline. Next to it is a Meyer lemon tree and a mandarin tree, both doing well and have all been treated the same. They are in a sunny but sheltered position, South-west facing.
I would like to plant a replacement Pink grapefruit tree. When is the best time please and what variety is best?
Many thanks, Sarah

  • Sarah asked 6 days ago
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Hi, I have a lovely Fejoia hedge which is very thick. How can I prune the plants to let more sunlight in?

  • Liz asked 6 days ago
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I have moved to a property that is all paving slabs and concrete. Can I grow sub tropical plants in pots and what are your suggestions please.

  • Kay Walsh asked 6 days ago
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My tomato plants are laden with large fruit but are still green. Wellington’s weather has been so cool this summer and it’s feels colder overnight now. I’m wondering if I should leave the tomatoes to ripen on vine or remove and ripen indoors? I’m worried that the beautiful fruit I have will be lost in cold dewy conditions. If I do take them off, how do I best ripen them indoors?
Thanks!

  • Nina asked 6 days ago
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Hi,

I am looking into buying a Micheli Figo. It is to fill a hole in a hedge made up of existing michelia figos. The hedge is about 2m high. I want the hole to be filled as quickly as possible. At Palmers in Remuera there are Michelia figos which are short and bushy and some which are tall with a long, bare stem.

If I buy one of the taller plants with the bare stem will new buds grow from the stem to fill out the tree or am I better buying a small bushy plant and waiting for it to become tall and bushy.

Many thanks,

James

  • james stone asked 7 days ago
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My tomatoes have brown marks on the bottom and are an irregular shape. Not nice and round. What causes this. They have also got many brown leaves that I have cut off.Is this right?

  • Bruce asked 1 week ago
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Hi there

I have a plant that grows very well (new shoots).

As quickly as the new shoots come up the older leaves lose their color and brown as soon as they get to a good length, mature size. I have adjusted the way I water them, instead from the top I water from the bottom. I also give them a good dose of worm fertilizer, every month?

  • Sandra asked 1 week ago
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Does anybody know where I can fiND a pilea peperomioides plant in NZ?

  • Rebekah Fraser asked 2 weeks ago
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Hi there,

I have a number of Feijoa plants that have developed some brown spots on the leaves. How do I get rid of them? Can I spray something on them, or should I cut them off?

Love your work.

Thanks
Tracey

  • Tracey asked 2 weeks ago
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Points expire 7 February
$10 reward
Couldn’t find my card yesterday
Can I still use my reward today
On expiry day

  • Bronwyn Andersen asked 2 weeks ago
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