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 Penstemens
       • Posted by: happyjacq_bris Brisbane Austra on Wed, Nov 2, 05 at 14:20
              • 5 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Feb 11, 06 at 23:34
I am quite disapointed in my gardening skills with these plants. Something I just don't have the knack with. They seem to be bent and largejy follow along the ground then tip upwards at the ends.. They have been in for 2 years and have had one f
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1322
 a perennial that looks like lavender
       • Posted by: emily_aust nsw,aust on Sat, May 13, 06 at 4:22
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, May 17, 06 at 4:02
but is not!, anyone know what this plant may be, tall flower spikes of purple and silvery foliage Follow-Up Postings: RE: a perennial that looks like lavender Posted by: deejaus Melb.Vic. Aust ( Return to the Perennials & A
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1323
 mulching cottage gardens
       • Posted by: traceyc Central VIC on Wed, Jul 18, 07 at 23:39
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Aug 10, 07 at 19:58
Hello all, I'm a new member of this forum, with a large traditional cottage garden in central Victoria, which I inherited four years ago. Along with a few evergreen perennial shrubs and roses, it is filled with many beautiful flowers each spring/s
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1324
 salvias
       • Posted by: annette68 Qld Australia on Tue, May 23, 06 at 20:39
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 16, 07 at 13:13
Hello Fellow Gardeners, I just want to share my photo Of my Salvi, I am a salvia freak with over 900 different species to choose from how can I ever be bored with this beautiful species. Are there anymore salvia freaks out there. Cheers An
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1325
 salvia patens Guanajuato
       • Posted by: rross NSW Aust on Thu, Aug 16, 07 at 13:10
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 30, 07 at 6:16
Is it possible to get hold of this salvia in Australia? I've been visiting gardens in the U.K. and have been most impressed with this salvia. Does anyone know of any nurseries or seed companies that sell it? Follow-Up Postings: RE
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1326
 moon flowers
       • Posted by: airlie Trop.Qld.Aust on Wed, Nov 6, 02 at 18:20
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Oct 9, 11 at 2:30
Has anyone grown moonflowers? Are they as beautiful as the seed catalogue describes them? Follow-Up Postings: RE: moon flowers Posted by: annabel__WA z3 W Australia ( My Page ) on Wed, Nov 6, 02 at 23 Return to the Perenn
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1327
 gerberas cultivation tips
       • Posted by: pete55 on Mon, Mar 10, 03 at 1:12
              • 31 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jan 26, 12 at 0:43
Hi, everyone, as a beginner to growing gerberas, and as there is so little cultural information and books about on the subject. How about Tips and Cultural information from other growers, experienced and beginners..what works for you etc. Then we
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1328
 Help! Dying ground cover Corsican mint
Is anyone able to shed come light? I recently planted quite a number of Corsican mint (mentha requienii i think) marketed under then
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1329
 Forget-me-knots
       • Posted by: living_simple Tasmania on Mon, Oct 18, 04 at 0:22
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Jun 23, 13 at 13:53
Hi all, I know this may sound naive, but i have just discovered 'forget-me-knots'. Can someone tell me more about them. How high do they grow, are they annual or perennial, are they hardy, where i can get A LOT of seed and what is their down-s
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1330
 Happy 2nd Birthday little garden
       • Posted by: melmat Brisbane Qld on Sun, Apr 11, 04 at 21:49
              • 7 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, May 28, 04 at 17:54
Easter is here again which reminded me of 2 years back when my husband and I started our tropical garden.Now it has become my passion,a release,a sanctuary,a place to escape,a haven. I never thought gardening could be so rewarding.I've met the m
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1331
 Looking forward to next spring
       • Posted by: melmat Brisbane Qld on Sat, May 29, 04 at 1:56
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Jun 2, 04 at 6:42
What are you most looking forward to doing in the warmer months to come? Follow-Up Postings: RE: Looking forward to next spring Posted by: alisonOZ SEQLD Aust ( My Page Return to the Tropical Plants Forum | Post
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1332
 termites attack
       • Posted by: ari_wh NT Aust on Sun, May 16, 04 at 20:50
              • 7 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Jun 23, 04 at 0:28
Hi everyone, Just wondering if anyone knows the best way to keep termites away from trees. For some reason, my yard and 5 other houses around me have VERY BAD termites problem, more so than any other area.... They don't worry the heliconias an
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1333
 Mealy Bug?
       • Posted by: sixftblonde Honduras on Sun, Aug 29, 04 at 20:59
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Sep 1, 04 at 1:57
Hi, I am new to this forum and sure do need some help. A little background first. I live on a small island that belongs to Houduras, the island is in the Carrebean and is called Roatan. We have built a new house on a piece of land that has never b
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1334
 Fragrant Natives
       • Posted by: artiew QLD Aust on Wed, Jun 2, 04 at 22:54
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Sep 19, 04 at 18:48
Hi All, I currently have a couple of fragrant natives : Callistemon Citrinus, Lemon-scented tea-tree and I believe that at least one of my lillipillies will bear fragrant flowers in Spring, but I'm keen to find others which will fill my g
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1335
 Helliconia not flowering
       • Posted by: loobylou100 QLD Australia on Mon, Sep 27, 04 at 19:23
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Oct 12, 04 at 23:55
Dear All, I wonder if soemone can help ..Last year we bought a Heliconia from a Market in NSW and planted it into our Garden . The Heliconia has gone crazy and is now at least 10 times the size of the originally bought one. I can't remember the
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1336
 Moving hibiscus
       • Posted by: mexican_cottage z3 WA on Sat, Apr 24, 04 at 10:40
              • 5 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Oct 15, 04 at 23:46
I want to shift a lovely hot pink ruffled hibiscus of unknown age[could be as much as 30 years old as the previous owner subscribed to the slash and burn school of gardening and was in the house that long]but am scared of killing it. Is there a
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1337
 Hibiscus
       • Posted by: jungle_cottage sub tropics on Fri, Nov 7, 03 at 3:56
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Nov 7, 04 at 21:07
I have very bad luck with hibiscus,I cant understand why.As a child they seemed to grow like weeds and be constantly in flower,but now they seem very short lived and packed with problems.The only one that is thriving and I am glad of it,is one I b
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1338
 Wanted ; Cordyline Lillinoe
       • Posted by: silvercargo SEQld Aust on Sun, Nov 7, 04 at 16:07
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Nov 9, 04 at 2:22
Anyone out there can help with this cordyline. I have tried most suppliers without luck. A rooted cutting or a fresh cane will do. (Just want to add to my growing collection) Thanks . Follow-Up Postings: RE: Wanted ; Cordyline Li
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1339
 Planting technique - large palms
       • Posted by: artiew QLD Aust on Tue, Nov 2, 04 at 22:56
              • 11 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Nov 11, 04 at 1:45
Hi All, I will be taking delivery of 3 large palms next week, all natives and all quite large (45 litre bags). Alexander and Solitaire palms dont seem terribly prone to keeling over when planted, but I've never tried to plant anything this
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1340
 Tropical Natives for the Qld sun ...
       • Posted by: artiew QLD Aust on Mon, Nov 15, 04 at 20:04
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Nov 16, 04 at 21:28
Hi All, Havin installed my palms, only to have the temp in Rocky exceed 40 deg C shortly thereafter, I need some tips : 1. What is the best way to minimise stress for my palms during the really hot weather ? I applied a combination of
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