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ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Is this possible? If not, why not?

AnitaH25
Established Contributor
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This is my go-to project when my scrap wood heap gets out of control. Most of the wood I use in my projects is recycled. This one was made from old ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor

One of our latest pallet projects that we built for my church.

wrkshp
Regular Browser
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I've recently moved into a new house with a huge palm tree in the front yard (20-30') which fairly regularly drops branches/fronds in windy weather. W ...

Demo
Junior Contributor
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Shelby
Junior Contributor
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I forgot to post these pics, this was my first project a few weeks back, totally unplanned, just drove to town and had an idea so strolled @Bunnings a ...

ambily
Junior Contributor
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Hi I am looking for some ideas or designs for my front yard make over as we cut all small trees.Would like to have a good finish.. Please share if any ...

srikanth_ch
New Contributor
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Used sienna sleepers which are arsenic-free ( 6mtr X 1mtr) better for Veg patch. cost me 270$ including delivery.

Nikkaz
Budding Contributor
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The artificial wall strikes again!We wanted something to add to our boring brick wall at the front of our house. We made a smaller version than my p ...

Pixie
Occasional Browser
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Hi all, my other half and I have just purchased a home in Qld, 5 mins from Carseldine Bunnings. We love our garden. Garden appeared to be under contr ...

pete_brig
Budding Contributor
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Was checking out @Jason's blog post of top 10 garden makeovers & was motivated to add our story. BTW, I think some of Jason's picks (e.g. @maknilsin) ...

suequarford
New Contributor
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Hi Guys Am 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 ...

ambily
Junior Contributor
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Hi I am very new to the site and not good at DIYs. We have made a garden box with sleepers but not sure what flowers to plant.want somethng needs less ...

Oopsee
Budding Contributor
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Hi, There is a bewildering array of 25l and 50l etc bags of manure mixes around. None that I have seen have the actual percentage of manure listed. On ...

TheSaltyreefer
Experienced Contributor
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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 ...

Nic1979
New Contributor
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Hello, We are looking at using a hedge to soften the front of our brick house. Can anyone suggest a good plant for us? We don't want to have to be ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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My obsession with cacti and succulents hasn't wavered and I'm struggling to get my hands on some of the rarities I desire. Here are a few of my mates. ...

Former Workshop member
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I need to cover two raised garden beds and need guidance on the hooping material to drape the netting. Conduit and water pipe have been mentioned, 20- ...

NothingSurvives
New Contributor
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I have many hanging baskets around the edge of a large covered outdoor area. This area does get a lot of sun during most of the day. I've changed th ...

gippslandhome
Established Contributor
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Hello to all in the community.  You may have read a recent post we put up titled Macca's Planter Boxes. I wanted to ask the members of the community ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Your garden is mostly dormant in winter and the cold, wet weather makes it hard to get outside. But August marks the transition period between the ...

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