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Can I ask what you mean by level area @Cyndigirl?

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They are generally pretty hardy @gippslandhome so they should bounce back. Remove any of the older leaves that have died. A feed won't hurt but be car ...

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A little more direction would be helpful @suz2704. Do you want a mainly decorative garden? Mainly for the kids play? Any plans for a pool or spa? Do y ...

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@bradthumb You could grow a climbing plant on it to soften it. Eg - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garden/Climbers-to-dress-up-Colorbond-fence/m-p/18 ...

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Hi @wrkshp, A sharp, well maintained pair of secateurs will be your friend. You might want to consider a ratchet type if you are having difficulty cut ...

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What is the cover for @Former Workshop member? To keep out pests or for shade?

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Don't be disheartened Judith. Good luck with those fantastic suggestions from Noelle.

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This has come up before. There's a lot of debate about the risk of contamination. Some people use builders plastic to line the inside of the beds as a ...

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This was what started my love of a combination of timber and steel. I built this bar and the stools for a mate. Pretty stoked with how they came up. ...

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Needing to organise and store my powertools I undertook this little project. Built almost entirely from wood repurposed from crates and pallets it was ...

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Oh dear, you are having a hard time! What about MIni Bougs - miniature bougainvilleas? They thrive in full sun, love hanging baskets and flower their ...

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Melbourne-based Workshop community members can come and join in the fun today at Federation Square as Bunnings celebrates the launch of Click and C ...

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greygardener
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They are generally pretty hardy @gippslandhome so they should bounce back. Remove any of the older leaves that have died. A feed won't hurt but be car ...

greygardener
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@bradthumb You could grow a climbing plant on it to soften it. Eg - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garden/Climbers-to-dress-up-Colorbond-fence/m-p/18 ...

greygardener
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Hi @wrkshp, A sharp, well maintained pair of secateurs will be your friend. You might want to consider a ratchet type if you are having difficulty cut ...

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Don't be disheartened Judith. Good luck with those fantastic suggestions from Noelle.

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This has come up before. There's a lot of debate about the risk of contamination. Some people use builders plastic to line the inside of the beds as a ...

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What are they eating @johnpietila? Can you tell us a bit about your vegie garden so we can provide some advice? Have you tried nets or any deterrents ...

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@TheSaltyreefer Have you got a photograph from a wider angle so we can see the top?

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@trayzee67 You don't need to worry about your cats. Very few plants are toxic to them, and they will typically leave them alone anyway. But RSPCA Vic ...

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