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Can you please tell me what is a good medium to repot moth orchids into. I have been told sphagnum moss is good and also a medium to cosrse bark.
Also can you mention a good orchid food.
Thanks Rosalynd

  • Rosalynd Parton asked 4 months ago
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I have had a zee zee plant for a year and have not had any new growth. It looks healthy What Should I feed it. Any help would be appreciated

  • Georgina Gill asked 8 months ago
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We have a Monstera and it is spreading out sideways. I heard that you can teach them to grow up a pole, what sort of stake would we use and how do we train it to go up rather than out?

  • Sarah Griffiths asked 8 months ago
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Why wont my indoor orchards reflower?

  • Lata asked 8 months ago
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My anthurium has been flourishing For several years, flowering well and with healthy foliage. It has now become very leggy and tends to flop over the pot. Can I cut the stems a couple of inches below the lowest leaf and replant these?And the existing root and crown? This has not become too big for the pot so doesn’t.t need to be divided, I don’tthink. Shall I repot or just leave the crown to hopefully regrow. Thank you.

  • Eileen Asbury asked 8 months ago
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My African violets have white spots on their leaves , looks powdery, as African violets do lot likevto get their leaves wet , what can I use to halt the spread of this?

  • Angela Gainsborough-waring asked 8 months ago
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Hi, I was wondering if there are any New Zealand native plants (that aren’t ferns) that can be used as indoor plants?
Thanks!

  • Inaya asked 9 months ago
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Hi, I was given a beautiful little orchid for Christmas by a very special person. It’s in a small container and there seems to be all roots and not much dirt. The flower fell of and one leaf went yellow and fell off. Any hope for it do you think?

  • Annamaria Grafas asked 10 months ago
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Hi

I purchased a Birds if Paradise plant from Palmers a few months back and have kept it as an indoor plant.

It had really thrived with several new leaves and has doubled in size. Recently the leaves have begun to curl inwards, first the newest on top and slowly the others. I did a google search which said it may be root bound so have repotted in a larger pot, but it does not seem to have solved the problem and they seem to be slowly getting worse. I can’t find anything else on google or anyone that seems to know, could it be root rot?? I have been careful not to overwater!

Thank you in advance for your help!

Patrice

  • Patrice asked 11 months ago
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Hi I have three hydrangeas in pots and have them inside. Maybe this is not a good idea but they look good where I have got them. They are not looking there best with brown leaves and leaves falling off. Maybe I have watered them too much or maybe they don’t like being inside. Help please. Jan

  • Jan McLay asked 12 months ago
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Hi there
I’m seeking advice in regards to indoor trees. I would like a plant that would grow between 1-2m, would do alright in a pot, and in a fairly decent amount of sunlight. I have no issues moving it outside for some sun if need be.
Thank you

  • Harriet asked 12 months ago
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Hi
I’m looking for Gloxinia plants?
Do you stock them

Thanks in advance

Helen

  • Helen Lynam asked 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year ago
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When/where to plant/buy violets for indoor pots please?

  • Don Cowan asked 1 year ago
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Hi. I have just Lost a beloved Family member. What would be the easiest to care for Indoor Plant, or Indoor Tree, Preferrably,if there is one, to represent eternal Love for my Loved One? I have a habit of killing plants with Kindness, overwatering etc..

Thanks.

Tracey.

  • TRACEY DIANA MAIN asked 1 year ago
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Hello
Last weekend I purchased a large bag of garden soil for my outside plants that came in a green and white bag. This was to plant flowers i purchased form you too in my garden.
I was wondering if you could tell me if this is appropriate to use for inside pot plants too?
We are re-potting a plant that has outgrown it’s current pot and want to know if we are on the right track.
Thanks
Kirsty

  • Kirsty Gill asked 1 year ago
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I would like to know what are good pot plants for verandah by front door. Doesn’t get any direct sun and can be quite cold in winter. Have two large pots

  • Margaret Reidy asked 1 year ago
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Hi . I have a large sunroom – Glass all round n roof so can imagine it gets hot !!! I want to decorate it with pots n plans and crystals and turn it into a place to relax .
Can you please recommend me the best indoor plants that like a lot of Sunlight – HOT !!and are appealing to look at . I like the idea of big plants that make a statement … ferns ..etc .
Pots can’t be hung . Ground only in corners under windows ….

Thanks …

Jade .

  • Jade asked 1 year ago
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Hi, I am trying to purchase a pilea Peperomiodes (money plant) for my niece. Do you ever get theses in? or know of a place in Auckland that stocks them? Thank you for your time. Best, Nikki

  • Nikki asked 1 year ago
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