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Do you think its just frost that has sapped the colour of your lawn @Goldy? Buffalo does have a tendancy to lose colour over winter. Buffalo grasses r ...

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

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I would be surprised if pittosporum didn't do well - they seem to thrive anywhere. This might help you - https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/garde ...

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Where are you based @Tom? The yellowed leaves on the buxus are probably caused by frost. The new spring growth should come back green. Just make sure ...

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Sorry for the slow reply @SeeYou. The mould that you mention has me worried that they were overwatered? Could it have been before you got them?

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@SeeYou, did the pots have adequate drainage? Did you happen to overwater them? Do the roots look soggy or mushy and dark in colour?

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Do you have any trees next to your house @jtrabona. If you were watering your foundations regularly then the trees could send out roots towards your f ...

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No problem @trayzee67. Perhaps just get something bushy that is very fast growing then. Pittosporum?

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TheSaltyreefer
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Been very dry this year, but the Vegie patch is doing well. I chose the Microshade Sleepers from Bunnings, look great and perfect for Garden\Kids ...

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Hi @Suel8308, Looks like a Polygala myrtifolia - known as Myrtle Leaf Milkwort. Looks like a healthy plant. If you have to move it - do it now (Winter ...

Jamespeter100
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Sheep can be heavy, so need to think about a sheep carrier. The height of the legs needs to be enough, so a trolley can slide underneath the sheep.Not ...

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Jamespeter100
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I left the Ewe and the Ram out for one night together. Now we have a cheeky lamb. Forgot if I posted this one, so again.

trayzee67
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Hi @greygardener. Many Many thanks for your insight and knowlege, it is much appreciated. I actually have thought about a front hedge, but i really ...

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 ...

woodalwaysworks
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Bi fold doors made and fiited. Decor trim to be made. Finished product Independent freestanding frame. A long alcove in a large entancewa ...

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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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Great tips! Many thanks for sharing.

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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.

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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.

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