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  • iCultivate uploaded a new video
    You have seen our yuccas before, but they continue to impress me with just how much they grow in their current location. Here is the latest video - pruning these yuccas to clear a bit of space on the footpath, beside which they grow:
    Yucca Pruning Weekend Job
    Pruning yuccas, in many locations will be necessary from time to time. Whether you are splitting your yuccas, or just planning to create more space, yuccas c...
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    iCultivate uploaded a new video
    The latest video was the result of a number of questions that came through from subscribers about the use of the ash from burnt cardboard in the garden ..... hope you enjoy and find it interesting
    Using Cardboard Ash in the Garden
    Using ash in your garden can be good. But, can you use the ash from cardboard? During this video, Steve discusses when you can use the ash from cardboard in ...
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  • iCultivate replied to a discussion, My Yucca is dying!!

    I am sorry to hear that your yucca is not doing too well.

    It is hard to tell from your photo. Apart from needing to be repotted and given a good watering, it looks like it will be ok. Is this the stem that you are referring to?

    Something else to consider is to give the roots a bit of a trim (remove the sections that appear to be circling around the pot) and then repot it and give it a good watering with a diluted fertiliser concentrate like seaweed emulsion. Please remember though that the pot should be well draining.

    Good luck with this and I hope this helps.

    Please ensure that you check back with any other questions or just to let us know how it is going :)

    regards

    Steve

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  • iCultivate comment on a reply for Help! Troubled yucca.
    Hi Lyn In the photos it appears that the new growth has significantly less infection with the fungus. Therefore, I think it would be worth trying the following before you remove it all: 1. Strip all the infected leaves off the plant. 2. Ensure you dispose of the leaves - do not add them to...
    Hi Lyn In the photos it appears that the new growth has significantly less infection with the fungus. Therefore, I think it would be worth trying the following before you remove it all: 1. Strip all the infected leaves off the plant. 2. Ensure you dispose of the leaves - do not add them to your compost. 3. Treat the remaining new growth with the fungal treatment. You may find that this works and keeps your mature yucca in place. If it doesn't work, then you could cut it all back and allow new growth to emerge, but I would try the above first. Hope this helps. Regards Steve
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  • Today we participated in a kokedama making workshop. It was much fun and also very interesting 😁
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  • iCultivate uploaded a new video
    Don't miss out on growing these beautiful vegetables in your garden .... hope you enjoy this video.
    How to Plant and Grow Snow Peas
    Snow Peas (Mangetout) are very simple to plant and grow on a trellis. This video demonstrate how to get them started in your vegetable garden.
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  • iCultivate replied to a discussion, Help! Troubled yucca.

    I am so sorry for the slow response to your post :(

    It appears to me that the problem is most likely a fungal problem causing the black spot symptom. Common treatments for this include copper based fungicides; I have had success with this treatment on other plants. While I have not tried it, I have also heard and read that Neem oil treatment can also be successful.

    Here is a link for making your own copper based fungicide. I hope this is helpful :)

    https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/info/diy-bordeaux-fungicide.htm

    Once again, I apologise for the slowness of this reply.

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  • Sansevieria species have a bit of a bad rep, but when used in the right location and with a bit of thought they can be a great #plant to use in your #garden
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  • #vegetable #gardens can also be full of colour #gardening #ornamentalplants #gardeningtips
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  • Wondering what garden jobs everyone got done this weekend?

    For me, it was about looking at how dry things are here and pondering what to do about it in the garden. Can’t help but think I need to be guided by what I have seen in other countries that have little water. For example, I saw these oleanders in Malta earlier this year.
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