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yng7
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Looks good, @Jason. Worth considering. I wonder if terracing the slope with pieces of these edging strip might do the trick of slowing down the flow o ...

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I did think of something similar, @Prawns. But only to the lowest part (next to leftside garden bed). I agree that this can only be a temporary measur ...

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Thanks for your response, @MartyH. When it rained heavily in the past, water used to flow back into the foyer, until I got a handyperson to remove the ...

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We have an entrance door at the bottom of a sloping ground. Each time when it rains, water, mud and debris run down the slope and collects just outsid ...

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Thanks for the blog link, Brad.Ours will be a long term project seeing that I don’t have a green thumb and am not willing to spend too much money on t ...

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Thanks, Adam. Great wealth of knowledge there.So, without the propagating mix, the cutting will not grow? I can’t just stick them into the ground/soil ...

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Thanks, Jason.

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Ground Cover Plants We have these plants on the west side of the building but I don’t know what they are and whether these can be propagated to grow ...

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Community Manager Jason
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That's a good idea @Prawns. @yng7, you might consider using these - https://www.bunnings.com.au/whites-1180mm-garden-edging-strip_p3042362 We used ...

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Unfortunatly with a tree that size as well - getting grass to grow near the trunk will probably be a ongoing issue (so potentially permanent "surface" ...

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The only permanent solution I can think of is also what was mentioned by Marty - with a retaining wall to level the yard a little and slow down the wa ...

Community Manager Jason
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Great to see you join in the discussion and make your first post @yng7. Welcome to the Workshop community. I trust you will get lots of helpful advice ...

Brad
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An expert says it's easy... http://gardenerscott.blogspot.com/2011/09/propagating-groundcovers.html I have the verge to plant out in my spare time? On ...

Adam_W
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Hi @yng7Welcome to Workshop! First photo (with stripy leaves) the plants on the left are ribbon or spider grass. Very easy to grow, in-fact can go wee ...

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yng7
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I did think of something similar, @Prawns. But only to the lowest part (next to leftside garden bed). I agree that this can only be a temporary measur ...

yng7
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Ground Cover Plants We have these plants on the west side of the building but I don’t know what they are and whether these can be propagated to grow ...

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