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jane_5
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2 weeks ago

Well. my experience? Limited I guess, I have watched years of DIY things (I’m fascinated) my dream would be to do all that stuff, but I haven’t as yet ...

jane_5
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2 weeks ago

For $500 you have achieved an amazing result! Even for $1000 I think it would be fabulous, but 500  how?? You must be incredibly handy and useful ar ...

jane_5
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      I am wondering if anyone thinks it’s possible for me (moi) to remove my unwanted bath and turn my shower into a walk-in one with one piece of ...

jane_5
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November

Hi @Noelle, I noticed the pretty teapots used as pots for plants in your picture, and I wonder about drainage with such pots. Do you drill holes in t ...

jane_5
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November

Thank you Noelle, your answer has cleared up a lot of things I had wondered about, and now it makes it much easier to know where to put certain succul ...

jane_5
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November

hi Jason, thank you for the welcome and I can see myself spending many hours here! in reply to the question re the names of my succulents - I know I h ...

jane_5
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November

Hi, I’m a ‘newbie’ and I have a question about the succulent garden bed - I have quite a few of them myself, but rather than having them all in a bed, ...

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MartyH
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2 weeks ago

What is your bathroom flooring @jane_5? What skills/previous renovation experience do you have?

prettyliving
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    Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and no storage. We wanted to make it more practical but had a very small budget. So we ...

Community Manager Jason
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November

Do you know the names of the plants you have @jane_5? Or perhaps you could share some photos? That way members can provide more specific and useful ad ...

Noelle
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5 replies
November

Hi PeteSucculents and cacti need an open, well drained growing media - there are special mixes available but an open garden mix will do just fine. For ...

Kermit
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November 2017

After feeding the lawn a couple of months ago it has looked better but I've noticed in recent weeks the weeds are going berzerk and I got a bindi pric ...

Kermit
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23 replies
September 2017

Sorry, just noticed my aerating question was a little vague. I know that its a good idea to aerate if the ground is hard and compacted from overuse. I ...

Adam_W
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September 2017

Very timely subject @Jason, thanks for opening it up.Also happens to be one of my favourite areas to chat about The biggest tip is to feed your lawn.I ...

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jane_5
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

Well. my experience? Limited I guess, I have watched years of DIY things (I’m fascinated) my dream would be to do all that stuff, but I haven’t as yet ...

jane_5
Budding Contributor
2 weeks ago

For $500 you have achieved an amazing result! Even for $1000 I think it would be fabulous, but 500  how?? You must be incredibly handy and useful ar ...

jane_5
Budding Contributor
November

Hi @Noelle, I noticed the pretty teapots used as pots for plants in your picture, and I wonder about drainage with such pots. Do you drill holes in t ...

jane_5
Budding Contributor
November

Thank you Noelle, your answer has cleared up a lot of things I had wondered about, and now it makes it much easier to know where to put certain succul ...

jane_5
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1 reply
November

hi Jason, thank you for the welcome and I can see myself spending many hours here! in reply to the question re the names of my succulents - I know I h ...

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