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Emily
Answer: Hi Emily, Thank you for contacting Yates. Eranthemum’s prefer a slightly acidic, fertile, moist but very well-drained soil. To improve soils ...
Answered: 03:36PM, 23 May 2019
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David
Answer: Hi David, Thank you for contacting Yates. Being an evergreen hedging plant, Pittosporum can be pruned anytime throughout the year. Best to feed af...
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Answered: 11:17AM, 20 May 2019
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Basil
Answer: Hi Basil, Thank you for contacting Yates. The plant is a dendrobium orchid. You may read more about how to care the plant from the following link: ...
Category: General
Tags: plant iD
Answered: 10:55AM, 20 May 2019
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Joy
Answer: Hi Joy, Thank you for contacting Yates. To ensure safe transplanting, prior to digging up the plant, we recommend pruning off approximately a third...
Answered: 09:14AM, 10 May 2019
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George
Answer: Hi George, Thank you for contacting Yates. At this present time, we don’t believe this cultivar is currently available in Australia. If you&#...
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Answered: 11:44AM, 13 May 2019
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Wendy
Answer: Hi Wendy, Thank you for your enquiry. Could you please provide us with a clear photo of the whole plant and another clear close-up photo of the aff...
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Tags: plant iD
Answered: 04:38PM, 10 May 2019
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Sharon
Answer: Hi Sharon, Thank you for contacting Yates. Ponytail palm can be pruned by removing the stems back to the main trunk. It is best to feed the tree af...
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Tags: prune, ponytail
Answered: 01:02PM, 09 May 2019
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Ali
Answer: Hi Ali, Thank you for contacting Yates. For hard landscape material, please check with your local hardware stores and landscape company who will pr...
Category: General
Tags: Root barrier
Answered: 03:47PM, 07 May 2019
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Lee
Answer: Hi Lee, Thank you for contacting Yates. You may consider the following plant: Vines: - Climbing Hydrangea - Japanese Honeysuckle - Clematis panic...
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Answered: 01:08PM, 07 May 2019
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J
Answer: Hi J, Thank you for contacting Yates. Looks like a typical issue for tree growing on slopy site. As the gradient increase, there is less water and ...
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Tags: Slopy site, tree
Answered: 09:58AM, 30 Apr 2019