Does anyone know why Poinciana trees have so many pods
Does anyone know why Poinciana trees have so many pods
Thanks for that. Will try again. And yes, I thought putting them in the compost was a bit risky.
Can anyone help with what happened to the capsicum I grew in pots and in the garden. Three plants and the same result with them all. The fruit was largish, green and looking great. Just as they started to get an orange tinge, a white strip about 75mm x 10mm appeared down one side. Gradually this turned brown then black and the flesh on that strip…[Read more]
Can anyone help me .. I have numerous Rhaph Indica and Magnolia Baby Gem .. the new foliage is Curling .. soil test is low in potassium.. everything else is Good..neighbour plants are fine in same species.. no weedicide has been used…any ideas ?
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