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Adam_W
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Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

No worries at all @ximian 20 to 40K sounds a bit steep but always hard to say without knowing the variables like site access, soil type etc.My biggest ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @ximian @ welcome!Okay. That's a big project that will require engineering and council approval if you are to go to full height. Most walls above a ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

No worries @robbinvk Robbin.Keep us updated & good luck.

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @ayda Great project!@MitchellMc hit on a few points but I'll roll over the ones that come to mind.Is your access for the new soil going to be from ...

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3 weeks ago

Hi @robbinvk well your camellias are certainly looking sad. Has anything happened to the area recently (on the other side of the fence too)? Or is it ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @nagumuthu Looks to me like everything is pretty much as it should be and you are doing things right.@MitchellMc has given some sound advice there. ...

Adam_W
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4 weeks ago

Hi @spar , @MitchellMc has pretty much nailed it - get the ball rolling by planting a heap of flowering annuals and then look at your longer term plan ...

Adam_W
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4 weeks ago

Yes, definitely fruit-tree borer. Grrrr... hate borers.The Hovex product would no doubt be effective but may be a case of duck hunting with a bazooka. ...

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bruzzz
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2 weeks ago

Thanks @Noelle i’m on the Gold Coast. I thought bougainvilleas have invasive roots? Would like something easy to maintain, wont damage the structure o ...

Noelle
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2 weeks ago

@bruzzz Bougainvillea roots won't damage the concrete or cause issues in the lawn. You could grow a climber in a large tub rather than dug a hoe and ...

Backyardtradie
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Hello, I am looking to start building a low-level covered deck (3800*3440) on a concrete slab and need someone help with my two points below: 1. T ...

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@Backyardtradie, I'm sure Mitch will be happy to assist when he is back on the site on Friday. In the meantime, I take it you have had a good ...

Yorky88
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  Here is a garden path I built using recycled heritage pavers for a big landscaping job we did in Fremantle. This was actually quite a technical pa ...

Community Manager Jason
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2 weeks ago

Fantastic advice as always @Adam_W, many thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience. Great to read that you're finding the site useful for ...

ximian
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2 weeks ago

Thanks, @Adam_W ! Yes, I wish to remove the existing wall in the middle and add a taller wall along the boundary.And yes, I agree on getting more quot ...

ximian
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Hi, This site is brilliant. It's been great reading about other people's experiences on projects I'm looking at tackling.My post is to hopefully get s ...

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Adam_W
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2 weeks ago

No worries at all @ximian 20 to 40K sounds a bit steep but always hard to say without knowing the variables like site access, soil type etc.My biggest ...

Adam_W
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2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @ximian @ welcome!Okay. That's a big project that will require engineering and council approval if you are to go to full height. Most walls above a ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

No worries @robbinvk Robbin.Keep us updated & good luck.

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @ayda Great project!@MitchellMc hit on a few points but I'll roll over the ones that come to mind.Is your access for the new soil going to be from ...

Adam_W
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2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @robbinvk well your camellias are certainly looking sad. Has anything happened to the area recently (on the other side of the fence too)? Or is it ...

Adam_W
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3 weeks ago

Hi @nagumuthu Looks to me like everything is pretty much as it should be and you are doing things right.@MitchellMc has given some sound advice there. ...

Adam_W
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4 weeks ago

Hi @spar , @MitchellMc has pretty much nailed it - get the ball rolling by planting a heap of flowering annuals and then look at your longer term plan ...

Adam_W
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2 replies
4 weeks ago

Yes, definitely fruit-tree borer. Grrrr... hate borers.The Hovex product would no doubt be effective but may be a case of duck hunting with a bazooka. ...

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