Questions about: Bulbs

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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, Daffodils/bluebells/poppies can all be grown in a large pot such as a wine barrel. You may like to consider adding a perennial plant as ...
Category: Bulbs
Tags: bulbs
Answered: 01:16PM, 22 Aug 2011
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Liza
Answer: Epiphytic orchids, such as dendrobiums, can grow without a pot, in branch forks or on trees. Basically,they rely on their host for support. Lack of...
Category: Bulbs
Tags: orchids
Answered: 03:07PM, 13 Oct 2010
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Dawn
Answer: Dear Dawn, After flowering, the bulbs will spit to produce more smaller bubs which will flower within another one or two seasons. You can leave the...
Category: Bulbs
Tags: bulbs, tuberose
Answered: 12:44PM, 31 Aug 2010
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Noeleen
Answer: Hi Noleen, heirloom seed potatoes and the tree dahlias can be found through mail-order companies like Diggers seeds,new gipsland seeds and bulbs an...
Category: Bulbs
Tags: general
Answered: 06:58AM, 30 Jul 2010
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Ann
Answer: You could use Yates Rose Shield, containing a systemic fungicide, as is registered for control of rust in ornamentals.
Category: Bulbs
Answered: 11:55AM, 15 Jul 2010
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Jack
Answer: No bulbs store their energy after every season and use it the season after. Sometimes you may need to lift the bulb depending on what climate you l...
Category: Bulbs
Tags: bulbs
Answered: 01:16PM, 08 Jul 2010
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toni
Answer: Dear Toni, You can grow annuals from seed but it can be difficult to find packets of seed producing flowers with one colour only. I can suggest Yat...
Answered: 02:02PM, 25 Jun 2010
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Jack
Answer: Dear Jack, Some types of bulbs can be lifted after flowering and replanted the following years and other bulbs can simply be left in the ground and...
Answered: 10:35AM, 17 Jun 2010
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Shirley
Answer: Hi Shirley, yes you can propagate hippeastrums this way. I discovered this by accident once when my apprentice chopped through the hippy patch wit...
Category: Bulbs
Tags: Hippeastrum
Answered: 07:10AM, 09 Jun 2010
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Sandra
Answer: Dear Sandra, If your Hippeastrums have flowered for the past 2years there is no reason why they shouldn’t continue to flower. Did you fertili...
Category: Bulbs
Answered: 12:13PM, 19 Apr 2010