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petrolhead
New Contributor

Bali hut and pond in the garden

RosieW
Established Contributor
39 replies

I would really love to get a passionfruit going, but haven't had much success. I know they're heavy feeders so i prepared the soil thoroughly. Firs ...

Prawns
Junior Contributor
5 replies

I had some old bricks laying around, and I was getting a bit sick of whippersnipping around some spearpoint pipework - so I decided to make a "quick ...

SmEmma
Newbie
2 replies

So frangipanis are my absolute fav! i love to collect offcuts of any colour, the more rare they are, the better... so now I've started a little collec ...

Kermit
Trusted Contributor
14 replies

Keen to hear Adam's thoughts on the best way to control weeds in the garden. Is pulling them out by hand more or less effective than using a weed k ...

Jamespeter100
Junior Contributor
6 replies

Here's some garden flower ideas, with oversized garden gnomes. They are all my pictures taken at my place. Dalek pest exterminators

shayden06
Budding Browser
8 replies

A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
7 replies

There is lots of great advice in this article - What to do in the garden in February. I find the section on what to plant particularly helpful: "F ...

Hank
Budding Contributor
8 replies

As a wheelchair user, it is nigh impossible to utilise the videoes made. Would it be feasible to make a raised garden bed for herbs and spices that I ...

Grub80
Budding Contributor
2 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 ...

MBA993
Newbie
3 replies

I will be installing some raised Garden Beds over the next few weeks, we live on a property that has a free roaming horse, dog, cat and chickens. Some ...

bergs
Super Contributor
99 replies

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 ...

stellabella
New Contributor
6 replies

Can anyone please give me some advise? I have few citrus trees. One of the citrus never have fruit and the other citrus ‘s fruit are very tiny. Also ...

greygardener
Valued Contributor
15 replies

geej
New Contributor
4 replies

Over the years I've settled on Lebanese cucumbers as the best for the the soil and climate here. Vey productive variety - 2-3 plants will supply ampl ...

yng7
Budding Contributor
10 replies

We have an entrance door at the bottom of a sloping ground. Each time when it rains, water, mud and debris run down the slope and collects just outsid ...

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