Questions tagged: indoor plants

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Monica
Answer: Hi Monica, the trick is not to overwater and just apply enough to dampen the mix and not allow accumulation in the planter which will cause root ro...
Category: Potting Plants
Answered: 08:20AM, 18 Jan 2010
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Craig
Answer: Indoor plants suitable of growing in low and high light positions include palms such as bamboo, parlour, rhapsis & kentia, the madonna lily, dr...
Answered: 10:59AM, 04 Aug 2011
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Donna
Answer: Hi Donna, Growing indoor plants can be challenging at times. Leaf browning at the tips can be caused from either over watering or under-watering. ...
Answered: 12:07PM, 04 Apr 2012
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Linda
Answer: Hi Lyn, Apply Acticote for Roses and Acticote for Pots and Planters in Spring and again in late Summer for the best results.
Answered: 03:49PM, 05 Jun 2012
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lesley
Answer: There are many plants that will grow successfully indoors in the Coffs Harbour area. These plants include palms, dracaena, colocasia, dieffenbachia...
Answered: 04:12PM, 09 Aug 2012
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Sandra
Answer: Hi Sandra, Thank you for contacting Yates. What you have on the plants there is a form of woolly aphid. They are a sap sucking insect that can suck...
Answered: 12:58PM, 03 Mar 2018
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Rebecca
Answer: Hi Rebecca, Thank you for contacting Yates. The stress there is a sign that the plant is suffering from moisture stress. These plants are best if t...
Answered: 04:10PM, 07 Oct 2018
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Brooke
Answer: Hi Brooke, Thank you for contacting Yates. Your poor plant is starting to suffer from water stress there. This can cause root rot which is starting...
Answered: 03:44PM, 26 Oct 2018
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Jessica
Answer: Hi Jessica, Thank you for contacting Yates. The spots on the new leaves is not uncommon with the Fiddle Leaf figs and is a sign of Oedema. This is ...
Answered: 11:30AM, 14 Nov 2018