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John44
Budding Contributor
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didi
Newbie
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Hi I am a newbie and starting out to grow a veg patch. Don’t have a male around to help so wanting an easy way and coverage to stop cats etc ty

Jimi
Budding Contributor
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After a lot of digging, monument fence paint, merbau deck extension and lighting, retainer walls and my first build with render to make a bench ...

TheSaltyreefer
Senior Contributor
15 replies

Been very dry this year, but the Vegie patch is doing well. I chose the Microshade Sleepers from Bunnings, look great and perfect for Garden\Kids ...

veginitis
Budding Browser
3 replies

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
29 replies

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 ...

bluemoonskye
Budding Contributor
1 reply

 Hii have a possum problem & wonder if it’s the cause of my very old nectarine tree’s bark cracking & falling off? Or whether she’s just too old & sho ...

Grub80
Established Contributor
14 replies

mich1972
Junior Contributor
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So our bathtub worm farm ( one of three ) on the edge of the carport was getting hot morning sun and unfortunately the worms were not impressed. We em ...

mdstorrs
Budding Contributor
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I just finished my "tall man" vege garden box and we will start to plant this weekend. All timber, tools and accessories were bought from either the K ...

Grub80
Established Contributor
10 replies

Hi all, thought I would share of my learnings of the value of shade this summer and the photos. Im picking about 4kgs of tomatoes every 3-4 days off 8 ...

kay23
Budding Browser
2 replies

HiyaI have a raised garden bed made of corrugated iron and wish to set it up in our concrete backyard.It doesn't have a bottom, so do I need to do any ...

greygardener
Valued Contributor
16 replies

mich1972
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Stage One of our NO DIG Edible Garden Bed.     I removed a couple of inches more of our dreadful hydrophobic sand from this bed. Cultivated the ...

Shannon
Established Contributor
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Neo19
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Hi Everyone, I have a guava tree which was brought a year and half ago and currently in a pot. Had a few flowers and few fruits this year for the fi ...

mich1972
Junior Contributor
2 replies

So our wheelbarrow finally retired ( 21 years old )  big rusty hole that’s been rotting away. But hubby changed it into a raised planter instead. No ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
2 replies

   The wheel puts most people off. So, a method where a circle is cut out of a section of pallet.  if you get keen, great to give away. In this pictur ...

rattle
Established Contributor
9 replies

G'day everyone.I have $40.00 that I can spend on feeding the lawn this week.I believe it's a couch that came up itself after we built 18 months ago a ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
32 replies

It's the first day of autumn and soon the weather will be turning cooler. We might miss the hot sun, but the milder conditions provide the chance to ...

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 ...

mann
Newbie
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Hi, Can somebody suggest me what all i would need to install the spotlights in my garden? Thanks M

LePallet
Super Contributor
8 replies

topper
Budding Contributor
4 replies

G'day all,I apologise if this has been covered before, I did search.I have just purchased this house and would like to give the lawn some TLC. From wh ...

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