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greygardener
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I feel this article doesn't address the important element of the sun. There's limited sun at this time of year so you don't want leaves and grass clip ...

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Looks beautiful. Let us know if you have success.

greygardener
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There's a lot of debate about the risk of contamination. A lot of people use builders plastic to line the inside of the beds as a precaution. You mig ...

greygardener
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I pulled out my tomato plants on the weekend. They didn't do very well this year. They needed a lot more water than usual because of the lack of rain. ...

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I'm not 100% sure @Helen - it was a garden I admired while out on a walk. But I think you are correct.

greygardener
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Your tomatoes look excellent. Well done @bergs. They certainly are very large!

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Well done @Jamespeter100. Your flower displays are lovely.

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Janina_G
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LOL, not quite on top of everything, but maybe a head start, as I had to find a way to garden back in the 70s when I suffered 1] and injury and 2] d ...

bergs
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Hi All, leaves are the greatest asset to any gardener. They make wonderful mulch for your gardens and break down to enrich the soil, which brings many ...

QuailFlock
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Half of my veggie patch is now covered by autumn leaves. They are the best mulch, deter weeds and keep the soil warm!

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What do you get when you mix a girls love for crackers, dip and succulents? This DIY project was super simple for a drill novice like me, and the end ...

Adam_W
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Hi team,Every year I'm lucky enough to visit the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show for work. This year I decided to shoot a bit of video of ...

Adam_W
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No worries @JasonOverarching trend I was reading was one that was a bit hard to define. I felt that it was about creating spaces that allowed retreat ...

edmarie
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I just got this beautiful Asiatic lily from woollies and so I decided to pollinate it using cotton buds hoping I can get seeds from it. Has anyone pol ...

Noelle
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@edmarie You might be able to get some seed - you will know if your pollination has been successful in 6-8 weeks if seed pods form. If they do, lea ...

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greygardener
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I feel this article doesn't address the important element of the sun. There's limited sun at this time of year so you don't want leaves and grass clip ...

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Water deeply a few times a week @Hirsty and your lawn should slowly come back. Don't make the mistake of watering too often, you want to encourage dee ...

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Oh dear. I hope the poor tree didn't get waterlogged at some stage. That would be very sad. I hope it shows some signs of life soon.

greygardener
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The idea behind feeding is it should strengthen the lawn so it can do better than the weeds. Some lawn weedkiller should help control the bindii.

greygardener
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Sorry to hear of your problem. They usually attack healthy lawns so hopefully you've found them early and can get on top of the problem.They are activ ...

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Yes, get the seed heads off carefully then dig deeply with a tool to get all the roots. Good luck.

greygardener
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@Gezza87 Poisons and boiling water should be avoided on your lawn as they will kill your grass. Grab a weeding tool and pull as many as you can out. M ...

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