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Anne
Answer: Hi Anne, Thank you for contacting Yates. You can propagate the plant from stem cuttings, please read the detailed instructions from the following l...
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Answered: 02:34PM, 09 Feb 2019
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L
Answer: Hi L, Thank you for contacting Yates. You can definitely remove the leaves back to the trunk to shape the appearance of the tree. Best to feed afte...
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Answered: 12:16PM, 09 Feb 2019
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Gary
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. Please refer to the following link in regard to a medium size tree which includes both evergreen and deciduous. htt...
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Answered: 09:32AM, 09 Feb 2019
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Mel
Answer: Hi Mel, Thank you for contacting Yates. The red mushroom or growth that you have there is called a stink horn mushroom. They generally appear in th...
Answered: 04:07PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Glenn
Answer: Hi Glenn, Thank you for contacting Yates. The plants do look like they are struggling a little but they are still growing and have a bit of green o...
Answered: 02:12PM, 08 Feb 2019
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Ronda
Answer: Hi Ronda, Thank you for contacting Yates. From looking at the photo there is no stress that I can see on the plant. It is likely that the top part ...
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Answered: 01:44PM, 08 Feb 2019
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pete
Answer: Hi Pete, Thank you for contacting Yates. The plant in your photo is a Cotinus coggygria and it is a beautiful exotic tree from Europe and Asia. It ...
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Answered: 09:40AM, 12 Feb 2019
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Chantrel
Answer: Hi Chantrel, Thank you for contacting Yates. The plant in the photo definitely looks like culinary chives. However, we would never suggest eating a...
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Tags: plant iD, Chives
Answered: 09:27AM, 12 Feb 2019
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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, Thank you for contacting Yates. Your plant is a type of Echium, these plants have really amazing blue-to-purple spikes of flowers. The fo...
Answered: 08:57AM, 12 Feb 2019
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Hanny
Answer: Hi Hanny, Thank you for contacting Yates. The plant in your photo is from the genus Eucomis and it could be the species Eucomis autumnalis, otherwi...
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Answered: 01:37PM, 08 Feb 2019