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Hi There

Just checking to see if the Palmers Gift cards can be used in the cafe as well?

If not does the cafe have its own gift cards?

Thanks

  • Brendan Herring asked 4 hours ago
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Hi, our lawn is covered with prickles and need help urgently as have children who love playing outside.
How and what do we need to do to remove these horrible things.
Thanks Linda

  • Linda asked 3 days ago
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I have some clumping dwarf bamboo on the boundary between our property and that of a neighbour. There is a retaining wall, about 500mm, and the clumping dwarf bamboo is about 300mm away from the retaining wall. The neighbour claims it will spread. This has caused a major uproar to say the least.

Is he correct that my clumping dwarf bamboo will spread into his property?

Regards
Cilla

  • Priscilla Ferguson asked 4 days ago
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Hi there

I think my tomatoes have mosaic virus – I dont know what to do. Should I be removing all plants and getting rid of my soil? I have heard it lives in the soil for a long time.

  • Kelli Patterson asked 4 days ago
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Hi, A few days ago I bought a pohutukawa in a pot (species called Maori Princess) from Palmers in Bethlehem, Tauranga. It’s going to be our inside Xmas tree and we will plant it out in the garden after Xmas. My question is, how often should I water it in its pot inside to stay healthy? Thanks so much for your help and Merry Xmas!

  • Susan Brocker asked 5 days ago
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Hi. When is the Palmerston North shop opening again. Have always bought from Palmers and have a loyalty card but can’t use it.

  • Gloria asked 5 days ago
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what kind of soil do ice plant plants prefer?

  • graham lamont asked 2 weeks ago
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I bought a Yen Ben Lemon Tree 3 years ago and it has been doing really well.
Unfortunately after all the rain we have had (it might not have anything to
do with it), the leaves at the top of the tree are curling inwards. Why would
it do that and can I rectify it. I was so proud of how it has grown and would
hate to loose it.

  • Patricia Bowler asked 2 weeks ago
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Good Afternoon,

Over the last 6 – 12 months my lemon tree which was a thriving bushy green tree with lots of lemons has become a very sad looking tree. A lot of the branches are brown, have stripped their greenery and there hasn’t been any new growth for a long time. The leaves are yellow

I have used Epsom salts, sheep pellets and seasol with no impact. There was a lots of avids and bugs on the tree 12 months ago and so I gave it a dose of conqueror oil.

I did dig down to the roots and they appeared wet so I pulled back the soil and let it dry out.

Next to the lemon tree is a lime tree and that is large, bushy, green and growing really well. A few branches stripped their greenery but it is growing back

What do you suggest for the lemon tree – will it ever recover? Does it need to be pruned?

Many Thanks,
James

  • james kirkham asked 3 weeks ago
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Hi
I’m looking for Gloxinia plants?
Do you stock them

Thanks in advance

Helen

  • Helen Lynam asked 3 weeks ago
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  • Mark Wynyard asked 3 weeks ago
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Hi I am creating a garden a general flower garden. I’m looking at cost and products.
My garden is about 4 mtrs long 1 mtr width.
I live in Tauranga what bags of soil would you recommend please and what is the cost per bag.

Regards deb

  • Debbie asked 3 weeks ago
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Hi there, I’m looking for a indoor plant it’s call Peperomia rotundifolia, is there any store got the plant?

Many thanks
Shelly

  • shelly chao asked 3 weeks ago
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  • Paddy stewart asked 3 weeks ago
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I was expecting my Swift potatoes to be ready for Christmas but they have already died off.Will they still be “new” potatoes if I leave them or should they be dug now ? There seems to be a good crop of good sized spuds underneath.

  • Jocelyn Coburn asked 3 weeks ago
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my scarlet o’hara bougainvillea is growing well but with hardly any scarlet bracts. what can I do?

  • Linley Jones asked 3 weeks ago
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I want to give a bonsai tree as a Christmas gift. Can’t say I’ve ever seen them in your Bethlehem store but worth asking? If they are in stock, am I able to pre-order and pick up as near to Christmas as possible as I know from experience there’s no way I could keep one alive for more than a few days.

  • carol o'shea asked 4 weeks ago
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Do you have any miniature or dwarf camellias.

  • Kathy asked 4 weeks ago
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We have an apricot tree which is about 15 years old. This year it was covered with fruit, but has since lost about 98%. Can you give me an explanation please? (We live in the Bay of Plenty Region).

Thanking you
Celia

  • Celai asked 4 weeks ago
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Hi,
We have a lemon tree that has a lot of mint planted around it, could you please tell me if they make good companions.
Also it has lost a lot of its leaves but has quite a few lemons growing at present. Possible cause ? – its 4-5 years old.
Thanks, Lyn.

  • Lyn asked 4 weeks ago
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