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Do you have Neem trees for sale, please

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Is it possible to buy Lily of the Valley these days? Yes, I know it is poisonous, but so are plenty of other things.

  • Shirley Thomson asked 6 years ago
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When can i divide up and replant last seasons strawberry plants?

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Hi my class are in your garden competition and we want to know what flowers are the best for spring and what seedlings have you got in your store in Bethlehem.

  • Amy Dixon asked 4 years ago
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HI there,
I was wondering if anyone could give me advice or ideas for a hardy scrub or tree that could be planted on an ever eroding river bank? Our property backs onto a river bank which is slowly erroding. We have a fence lining the affected bank and there’s currently one section along that fence where the ground has all but fallen away leaving the fence with a gap at the bottom of it.
So we’d be interested to know what you would recommend.

Many Thanks
Delaine Jones

  • Delaine Jones asked 2 years ago
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I planted a Michalina (spelling may not be correct) in our garden and we are very pleased how established it is now reaching about 4 metres. I would like to plant another along our boundry in a trough about 1.5 metres deep by about 1 metre wide. It would be ideal given potential height and width. However the trough has a concrete base as the base is the footing of a 2 metre high wall.
Would a Michalina grow ok given the depth and width of the trough.
Thanks

  • Teresa asked 12 months ago
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We’ve just moved into a house with an old rose garden, it’s beautiful but the weeds are out of control. We’ve also just changed the carpet, removing an old woollen carpet. Can we use the old carpet as weed matting in the rose garden??

  • Lyrese Rodgers asked 3 years ago
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Can you please advise where we can get an Angelina Plum from?

  • Angela Thompson asked 6 years ago
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Hi! We are looking for a ground hugging, ground cover which will grow well in full shade under a large pine tree, do you have anything suitable? We would prefer a native and would be nice to have something that flowers but it would need to be allergy friendly 🙂 Ta

  • Brenda asked 5 years ago
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I purchased a Mrs Williams fig recently, with the intention of growing it espalier fashion. The plant has a left and right branch, but no central leader to take it up to the next stage. What do I do to encourage a central leader, and a what time of year?

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just wondering how to get rid of pine needles off our soil so that we can plant some nice plants in our garden nothing seems to grow and I was told it was because of the pine needles from the trees. We don’t want to cut the tree down.

  • Diane asked 4 years ago
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What is the best spray to use on onion weed, has white bulbs, long green stems and white flowers, smells of onions. Bulbs reproduce rapidly.

  • Palmers asked 6 years ago
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Hi…I am wondering if you are selling Plumeria plants? or will be in the near future. Thank You

  • Frances asked 6 years ago
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Hi I live in Tauranga and Im looking for a passiflora coccinea and if you could tell me are they frost tender…ta….Mischelle

  • Mischelle'onnell asked 4 years ago
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Coleus (painted nettle) is this an indoor or outdoor plant?

  • Palmers asked 6 years ago
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I wish to purchase a giant hyssop. Do you have any?

  • Betty asked 1 year ago
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I have bought an Initial semi dwarf apple tree from you and did not realise it is not self-fertile (confirmed with Waimea Nursery). Which pollinator should I get and how do I go about doing this?

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I am posting this question again as your original answer didn’t cover the second part of my question re the method of pruning, only when.

I have a dwarf lemon/lime grafted onto one rootstock that is 18 months old and just over five feet in height. I don’t want it to get much higher than six feet. When and how should I prune? Do I take out whole branches or trim back all over and should this be done regularly, a little at a time, or take more but less often?

Also you talked about ‘scarifying’ the fruit. i thought this was done to a seed to help with germination. Can you explain further.

  • carol o'shea asked 2 years ago
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Hi

I purchased a number of trees for our new house/section about two years ago. Everything has grown well, however, on returning from a month’s holiday we have noticed a white sticky substance on some of our trees. In particular, a small lemon tree and some pittosporum golf ball trees. A photo of the substance is attached.

I’ve tried googling it but can’t seem to find a lot. Are you able to tell me what it might be and how I should treat it?

Kind regards,
Julie

  • Julie Sosich asked 2 years ago
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What is the best time to repot my roses in containers?

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