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I was just wondering if any of your North Shore branches have any string of pearl plants?

thanks
Terri

  • Terri asked 4 years ago
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How do I go about removing a number of 10 year old camellia plants from a courtyard so that they are not destroyed when my home is rebuilt, and then re plant them about 5 months later. Are you able to recommend anyone who could come and do this for me?

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My plum tree is getting one single black spot on some individual plums and it is different sizes can you please help do I have to remove them so it stops spreading or is it to late thank you

  • Dave Ridley asked 6 years ago
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What environment do water melon need?

  • Palmers asked 8 years ago
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Back in March I bought two packets of lawn chamomile seeds from you. I have put all these months of care into them and I now find it is not lawn chamomile at all. I didn’t save the packets, just a note they were sown on 20th March, but I want to write to the company for comment. Can you advise which seed company this would have been. I was pleased to find them as I’d previously bought plants labelled ‘lawn’ only to find they were the flowering type; I don’t think many seed companies would have them in their range. I must have well over a hundred plants which I will have to replace. It is extremely disappointing to have lost eight months growing.

  • carol o'shea asked 4 years ago
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I have had a great crop of fruit, apricots, plums in my Auckland home garden this year. Best ever, but the Australian Guava moth has infested about half with the caterpillar. How do I avoid this happening next year, targeting that species alone. My trees are quite high.

  • Eleanor Woollett asked 6 years ago
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Hi there, im looking for a mexican lime plant, do you have these.

The small fruit starts off green and turns orange.

Christine

  • Christine Stewart asked 3 years ago
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Please advise how i can keep kikouya from invadeing a new lawn. Any spray to kill kikouya will also kill the lawn grass!!!
Thks Robert

  • Robert asked 5 years ago
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I am looking at moving a maple tree that is about 1.5-2 metres i am just wondering about the best way to do so without damaging the tree

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Hi,

I am the son of an old orchardist from Oratia and I would dearly love to grow an Oratia Beauty apple tree in my yard in Sydney
Is there any way I can legally purchase a tree in NZ for shipment to Australia

  • Peter Mitchell asked 4 years ago
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I have a lemon tree that has grown really well since we planted it 2 years ago & is probably 5ft tall now. It flowered well in the summer but all the tiny ‘lemon bud’s’ dropped off & there is only one, very small immature lemon remaining. We give it citrus feed twice a year but does it need something else? I really want some lemons!!

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Hi

Do you stock Lavendar and in particular “Grosso”. I saw this as a border outside a restaurant and it looked lovely. It has long, slender stems with quite a small flower head. It doesn’t look like it would be woody, which has put me off growing lavendar in the past.

Can you advise availability and cost please.

Thanks very much.

Regards
Linda

  • Linda Hamilton asked 8 years ago
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Hi i have just had a super season with tomatoes, cucumbers, etc .I am now pulling the plants out , will i have to change the soil or just add stuff to it . This is the 1st year I have had a tunnel house.

  • Margaret Smith asked 4 years ago
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Do chillis last each season? Or do you pull them out like tomatoes?

  • James asked 5 years 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 5 years ago
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I live in the UK and want to buy a voucher for a relative living near your Bethlehem store.
Is it possible?

  • Georgina jefferies asked 4 years ago
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Hi
A previous tenant planted mint and now it has overrun my garden and the next door neighbours. How can I get rid of it?
Regards
Pam

  • Pam asked 3 years ago
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Our small kowhai trees have been very troubled by the presence in HUGE numbers of the kowhai caterpillar. I understand they will not kill the tree but they certainly make it look unsightly. Is there a way to deter/ exterminate these voracious critters? This year I stopped counting at 1000 squashed caterpillars, but this method did take a concerted effort!!!

  • Palmers asked 8 years ago
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Hi, we live very close to a beach so our garden is all sand. We are wanting to build up a raised garden for veggies, what do we need (i.e. top soil etc) to build it up to make a productive veggie garden.
Thanks

  • Shelley asked 7 years ago
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