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chrlei
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Hi everyone.. I am a professed black thumb but determined to overcome this. I am interested in starting a herb garden patch in my parent's garden. I w ...

DryGarden
Newbie
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Hi, It’s been a long, hot summer and I’m a little tired of hand watering the back garden. I think a simple automatic watering system would save me ...

W0rst-yard-ever
New Contributor
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I have crappy, shale, mega rocky yard. Should I put some clay on top before I put topsoil in?

Prawns
Established Contributor
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Ive been meaning to do this for a while - My front yard only has x1 impact sprinkler - it really needs at least x2 (my backyard has x4 semi-permanent ...

jho
New Contributor
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Shelving system - Rake It - sold by Bunnings. I am using them for my pots of orchids.

LMARTIN93
Newbie
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Hi everyone, Has anyone out there got experience/recommendations in putting together a vertical herb garden? I have seen the Holman Vertical Mobile ...

robchin
Established Contributor

I'd love to know what's flowering in everybody elses garden this month. After a hot-dry summer in Melbourne my garden is holding on. My Banksia 'Birth ...

kaylah_rose
Experienced Contributor
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I have been working at a cafe with an open front and wasps have been attracted to the food and flying around inside. I am 90% sure they are the Europ ...

suequarford
New Contributor
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Hi GuysAm planning a garden bed along the front of my front yard. It faces Nth East and is very sunny. I love port wine magnolias and am thinking they ...

Kermit
Trusted Contributor
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Our Rosemary bush has been great but we have plans for the garden bed its currently in so it has to go. I assume we can't just transplant it? I'm h ...

bergs
Super Contributor
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Hi, I'm trying to over winter my Chillies. Last season they were all coming on strong when Autumn came. I thought that if I tried to keep the plants ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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March is the time to plan for spring flowers and vegies. Give your flowers and vegies the head start they need to have blooming colours and a bountifu ...

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