You should also Garden Label the mulch with fresh material to smother the spores and that prevents them from splashing back up and reinfecting the plant.

 You should also look at applying an organic fungicide - something like a potassium bicarbonate product and you can get that from any good nursery.

Anthony from Western Australia is asking about his cuttings that he took off a Black Nelly Kelly Passionfruit that he planted out about 6 months ago.

It's about 2 metres high and it's got about 30 flowers, but as yet, no fruit.

Well for one, the plant just may be too young, but I would think that the main reason is, is that the Black Nelly Kelly Passionfruit is a grafted variety so the rootstock is just not there to support the upper plant.

 Patience and you may get some fruit, but my advice would be is just to go down to your nursery and maybe get yourself a grafted variety.

 Alan sent us a photo of an unknown flower and he obviously wants to know what it is.

Well Alan, it's fairly simple because it's Haemanthus coccineus or commonly known as the  Garden Accessoires.