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Hi
I have $90 reward money. Can I use this at any Palmers store eg Rotorua or do I need to use it at Albany store only which is where I gained the points?

  • Robyn Morton asked 5 days ago
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Just wanted to know whether you sell unsulphured molasses please?

  • Juliana Thomsen asked 2 weeks ago
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You’re open the other side of town. Any chance of you opening in Petone or close by?

  • Simon asked 2 weeks ago
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I notice in this email that my rewards points have dropped from 99 to 81.
Why is that? Surely they don’t expire?l

  • Stephen Holroyd asked 3 weeks ago
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Could I move a daphnie Bush now

  • Beth Lord asked 1 month ago
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Hello there, sorry I sent the other email accidentally.
Could you help me please, last year sometime I planted some sunflowers for my grandchildren and they were fabulous and grew really tall. I can’t remember which ones they were and when you should plant them. I would like to plant some more around their house.

Kind Regards
Maree Standen

  • Maree Standen asked 2 months ago
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Good morning, I have a number of roses that require priuning back so I can replace the trellis behind them and let them grow in a structured way. When is the best time to prune back?

  • Jeremy Griffiths asked 2 months ago
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I see online that one should not put coffee grounds on the garden due to growth inhibiting caffeine residue.
However I use a I-year open compost cycle with everything in it to produce a rich black loam. Would this method be OK for coffee-grounds?
Many thanks.

  • Roy Murphy asked 2 months ago
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There are clumps of uprooted grass and holes in my lawn. Just happened in last week or so. Wondered if blackbirds after worms.

  • Maggs asked 2 months ago
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My question is the following. I live in Lyall Bay, Wellington. Will I be able to grow a Daphne bush under the condition I live in windy, coastal-sand. In tried before but it die.

  • Jenny Wong asked 2 months ago
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For the past few years this clivia has been pale yellow. This year it is green and orange and bell shaped. Lovely, but what happened?

  • Lisa Sutherland asked 2 months ago
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Hi there
I am looking for the lillium “Miss Lucy”. Am I able to order this through you?

Thanks

  • Esther Herbert asked 2 months ago
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we would like to put a mature tree in our pond garden, one that we can sit under that gives shade…but not deciduous
we are living in the Waitakeres of Oratia..
could you please advise what would be a suitable tree, as to if you have such and cost and delivery..
thank you. M. Stutz.

  • Marianne (Mandy) Stutz. asked 2 months ago
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Hi there

Should I pinch out the top of our newly planted Warratah once established to encourage bushy growth or should I just let it do its own thing and prune back after flowering only?

Thank you

  • Marijke Conway asked 2 months ago
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  • Marianne Rastorfer asked 2 months ago
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Should the tubers be lifted from the ground (or in my case the pots)?
If so when?

  • ALISTAIR Mc Donald asked 2 months ago
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Hi
I am looking for Wallflower plants. These are scented and usually yellow/orange in colour.
Do you have any?
Are you getting any?
When will they be available?
Kate

  • Kate Shaw asked 3 months ago
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Why have you sent this when the Napier branch has just ‘suddenly’ closed?

  • P Robson asked 3 months ago
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I have a weeping Blue Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus Atlantica Glauca Pendula) which was planted in a large wooden planter box in June last year. A mix of good quality outdoor container mix plus organic compost was used and topped off with a layer of Mulch & Grow and a layer of fine bark chips on top. A few weeks ago toadstools started appearing & I am having to remove them on a weekly basis. I am suspecting that the spores must have either been in the compost or the mulch & grow that was used. Both of these were purchased bagged products.
Any suggestions on how to discourage these please other than removing the top few inches of soil & replacing as tree is too large to completely repot.
Thanks in advance!

  • Mary-Anne asked 4 months ago
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