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Dan35353
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Just looking for some tips. On how to hide this lovely looking drain. I plan to get rid of the fake grass and put some real turf down. But then there ...

KevinMall
Junior Contributor
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Here are photos of a recently completed planter box. It measures 2000mm x 550mm (W) x 400mm (H). Used 100mm timber screws and glue to secure. I pre-d ...

timjeffries
Established Contributor
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sgood
New Contributor
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We have just layed down some pavers along the side of the house and have a retaining wall and fence that is very bland. We are seeking inspiration fr ...

declan
Budding Browser
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I am renovating an old garden and I am thinking of planting stepables.the area for this planting is 6 meters by 10 meters. How close do the plants to ...

dirtygardener
Budding Contributor
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Here's an idea for your new fire pit. We made a top for it out of merbau offcuts. There is a hole in the top for a plant to poke out and it means your ...

Rustikman
Budding Contributor
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We built these garden beds from jarrah end pieces from an auction. They are mightily heavy. My Son (Rustikman) built them after I modified and took i ...

TheSaltyreefer
Super 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 ...

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hi all, so i have lots of water stagnating in my backyard and its happening a lot this year. we tried to dig up a bit of the gravel on the sides but s ...

royq
Established Contributor
39 replies

Easy little project at my brother-in-law's place a couple of weeks ago. Took about 5 hours and cost less than $100. Really makes a difference. Th ...

Oldfart
Junior Contributor
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burnsie2
New Contributor
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Wondering if anyone can tell me what could be making this hole in my lawn. It is about 50-60 cm deep. And about 10cm across. There hasn’t been any mo ...

gore
Junior Contributor
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I am curious to know does the potting mix from the bag need to be mixed with soil?

gore
Junior Contributor
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LePallet
Super Contributor
19 replies

Here are some before and after shots of our backyard. Like always with owning a first home, we only then realised how long it takes to do things to t ...

Shannon
Experienced Contributor
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Sunrise
Budding Contributor
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I wanted an aboveground garden bed and I did a check out at Bunnings and found around corrugated iron above ground planter and I thought this is a ...

Anita-S
New Contributor
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My Gardner said he can smell this black smelly bug on my orange tree. The that squirts smelly stuff and covers the whole tree. I had to remove my old ...

Andy_J
New Contributor
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My first raised garden bed. I installed the bed over the easter weekend and planted peas, spinach, carrots, broccoli and cabbage. The plants are sur ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Quick job ticked off the liston the wknd - installing screening with a creeping plant to hide our hot water systems. Nothing fancy, nice and easy - do ...

Kevin92
Budding Contributor
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Planted a few trees in the backyard. A week into it the plants were dying. Uprooted all of them and realized that the soil and roots were soaked with ...

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