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Postby Lillacat999 » Wed Oct 22, 2014 10:34 am

I live in New Norfolk in Tasmania and I am after advice about growing a bouvadia - the plant with the beautifully perfumed white flowers. Mine has all it leaves at the moment, but it doesn't look very happy at all. It is outside in a sheltered position. Should I bring it inside an perhaps cut it back a bit? Would some sort of fertiliser help? I have given it some seaweed fertiliser. I am an amateur gardener so would appreciate any advice on this, :D
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Re: Bouvadia

Postby abwal » Wed Nov 05, 2014 5:06 pm

Do a search for 'Growing Bouvardia" you should find plenty of information e.g.
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