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bluebec
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I might start a separate thread about preserves and jams (if there isn't already one) and we can share what we do.

bluebec
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Looking much greener than my garden at the moment. It's taken a pounding with the hot weather, but is still giving me many many tomatoes. I have a fe ...

bluebec
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I tend to fill mine up with vegetable scraps, paper towel, and stalks of plants from the garden (pumpkin, tomato, corn, etc). I add a bit of soil eve ...

bluebec
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Hi Daryl,I buy most of my seeds from diggers, but I also have branched out to Green Harvest (QLD Company) https://greenharvest.com.au/index.htmand Goo ...

bluebec
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I didn't make my own, I bought them from a water tank supplier. I only didn't make them because I didn't have the tools. If I did it again, I would de ...

bluebec
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I saw this beautiful ground cover at an open house last year on the outskirts of Ballarat. If you can find it, I'd recommend it.

bluebec
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I use the greenhouse for getting them started. Greenhouses are generally that little bit warmer than the general airtemperature, so seedlings have a ...

bluebec
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I have heard of strasberries, but I have never grown them. Would love to know if someone has, and how easy/difficult they are, and how good they tast ...

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DIYJohn
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Hi, here is a copy of Yates seed planting guide it shows what seeds to plant and when to plant them I hope this is of help.

CathD
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Whereabouts are you @jeanette01? I would plant grevilleas. Birds love them and they are beautiful, flowering for most of the year. Grevilleas are also ...

Dale
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Hi @Gee. My advice would be start small and progress in easy steps.Get a small bit of garden going. Weed it, fertilize it, and get something growing.A ...

Community Manager Jason
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I think you've made a great start already @Gee - joining Workshop! You'll find plenty of great information, advice and ideas from community members. L ...

Gee
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Hi, my question is where to start first? My garden is over run and I just don't know where to start... I want to eventually have raised vegetable gard ...

greygardener
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Where are you based @newtogardening? Generally you don't plant them at this time of year. You plant them in spring or early summer. Then they only tak ...

kaylah_rose
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I would love an outdoor cinema in my backyard. It would be perfect for summer and also in winter snuggling up with blankets around a fire to watch mov ...

Goldmember
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Something like this would be good!

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bluebec
Junior Contributor
2 replies

I might start a separate thread about preserves and jams (if there isn't already one) and we can share what we do.

bluebec
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Looking much greener than my garden at the moment. It's taken a pounding with the hot weather, but is still giving me many many tomatoes. I have a fe ...

bluebec
Junior Contributor

I tend to fill mine up with vegetable scraps, paper towel, and stalks of plants from the garden (pumpkin, tomato, corn, etc). I add a bit of soil eve ...

bluebec
Junior Contributor
7 replies

Hi Daryl,I buy most of my seeds from diggers, but I also have branched out to Green Harvest (QLD Company) https://greenharvest.com.au/index.htmand Goo ...

bluebec
Junior Contributor

I didn't make my own, I bought them from a water tank supplier. I only didn't make them because I didn't have the tools. If I did it again, I would de ...

bluebec
Junior Contributor
2 replies

I saw this beautiful ground cover at an open house last year on the outskirts of Ballarat. If you can find it, I'd recommend it.

bluebec
Junior Contributor
2 replies

I use the greenhouse for getting them started. Greenhouses are generally that little bit warmer than the general airtemperature, so seedlings have a ...

bluebec
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I FINALLY got out into the garden after finishing another essay yesterday. Topped up two garden beds with compost and then planted garlic, carrots, p ...

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