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ProjectPete
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Hi all, I'm certainly not greenthumb so I'm looking for some advice. I've recently built some brick/render planter boxes and I've now filled them with ...

ProjectPete
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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. ...

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 ...

ProjectPete
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When you're installing a deck, use existing structures where possible to install a ledger. I generally use minimum 10g 100mm Ramset anchors with 400mm ...

Itai
Junior Contributor
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Hi All. We've just purchased a house and we'll be getting the keys in December.I'm fishing for tips, ideas and advice for a home reno. What mistakes h ...

fairbaba
Budding Contributor
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I just finished off a spring project, getting ready for the warmer weather in the coming months. We have a water tank at the end of our back deck wh ...

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 ...

joewinlee
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Hi allI have a 7 x 13 m front lawn which needs redoing. I'm planning to install my own pop-up sprinklers on the sides (or should I go through the mid ...

royq
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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 ...

SteveC
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Hi all, I have just discovered this board and am posting my first question. I have not been terribly successful at gardening for most of my 70 years, ...

crimsonqueen
Budding Contributor
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Hello! we just got a Japanese maple tree I believe it's crimson queen. It's too beautiful we have to bring it home.I'm afraid it's not going to surviv ...

Neo19
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone I have been going through these discussion boards for a while and finally mustered to courage to post a question here This would be my ...

Dark
New Contributor
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Whats the best lawn care after a good dethatch

jbingham
Budding Contributor
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Hi Guys,I would really appreciate some ideas to transform our plain front garden.(photos attached)As we are a corner block, it is not a small area wit ...

Jamespeter100
Junior Contributor
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Check with your council before making these roosters. So far, no noise in the early mornings. If people are interested, I can post more details.  

ProjectPete
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I'm really happy with how this small composite deck came up that I did for a friend/customer. As you can see, it really spruces the area up and giving ...

ProjectPete
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Absolutely love Dragon trees (along with cacti and other succulent varieties). I was planning to get my hands on these Dragon trees once my spaces wer ...

ebinalex
New Contributor
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Hi all,I am new to the group and thought i would share the DIY project done on my small and narrow backyard using all the random stuff i found from fa ...

Newbie5
New Contributor
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Brand new to this whole DIY thing and wanting some advice about the best way to deal with stones and small pieces of rubble in the garden bed. Do I ne ...

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