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Hi Gardener John,The pressure test allows you to identify how many pop up sprinklers you can run off your line at any one time. There are a number of ...

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I would avoid using blueboard. Rendering the bricks is a great way to give a you a nice modern look but can take a bit of effort. Painting is a much q ...

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I have been through a similar process with those old 1980 tiles. I used a jack hammer to remove the tiles as well as a brick bolster to help remove an ...

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The key to a good lawn is all in the preparation - as with most things DIY!Without seeing pictures of your garden it is hard to see what needs to happ ...

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Good paving all starts from good base preparation.Regardless whether you use a crushed rock (road base) and sand base or a mortar base, you need to en ...

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I'm a gardening person - so i would say a good shovel/spade and a good solid wheelbarrow

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Pittosporum's are also a good alternative. They are pretty hardy and can tolerate a lack of attention. They come in a range of different shades of gre ...

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It depends on the type of weedkiller that your partner has used...if it is Roundup or weedkiller containing Glyphosate - these will disappear quite qu ...

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Hi Gardener John,The pressure test allows you to identify how many pop up sprinklers you can run off your line at any one time. There are a number of ...

Branchy249
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I would avoid using blueboard. Rendering the bricks is a great way to give a you a nice modern look but can take a bit of effort. Painting is a much q ...

Branchy249
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I have been through a similar process with those old 1980 tiles. I used a jack hammer to remove the tiles as well as a brick bolster to help remove an ...

Branchy249
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The key to a good lawn is all in the preparation - as with most things DIY!Without seeing pictures of your garden it is hard to see what needs to happ ...

Branchy249
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Good paving all starts from good base preparation.Regardless whether you use a crushed rock (road base) and sand base or a mortar base, you need to en ...

Branchy249
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Pittosporum's are also a good alternative. They are pretty hardy and can tolerate a lack of attention. They come in a range of different shades of gre ...

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Hi Rosie, You are certainly on the right way to increasing your soil quality by adding lots of organic matter (compost, pea straw and cow manure). To ...

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There are a large number of plants that you could use for screening around that 2 -3 metre mark - Here are just a few suggestionsMagnolia's (Little Ge ...

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