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We have had the best tomatoes ever growing from under black plastic, it stays moist all year round, maybe because our land is on a slight slope. Was t ...

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Iam going to put some good dirt ontop of weeds ect and put black plastic on top and then put leaves on top of the plastic. Leave for a week then I wil ...

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Don't worry about the cold or frost they are tough, we went down to - 4 degs and been out in full sun and now they are in flower.

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Red Robin is a tough plant, I have seen a large hedge go under in a floods and at the same place out in a very hot sun as well as frost and - 4 degs ...

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Red Robin are great, we have them in town and they have been under water with each flood and out in the boiling sun and never gets watered. Iam now gr ...

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I have rocks everywhere down the back paddock can I use them for a fire pit or do they explode with the heat. Thanks.

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Glenc
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I built this garden on wheels for my mother in law for Mother's Day out of pallet wood, I even included a worm farm in the middle.

Nic1979
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Hello, We are looking at using a hedge to soften the front of our brick house. Can anyone suggest a good plant for us? We don't want to have to be ...

Isobel
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What colour are your bricks @Nic1979? Depending on the colour of your house then you might want to consider a photinia for its striking fiery red leav ...

greygardener
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As long as you are very patient, then I would suggest a Camelia Sasanqua. They are beautiful. For something faster growing, look at Murrayas. They ar ...

MartyH
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Walabot - looks like a pretty nifty gadget. You can use it to find plastic and metal pipes, studs, wires, etc. It can see to a depth of 10cm and can a ...

Community Manager Jason
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Welcome to Workshop Ron (@ronmack). It is great to have you join the community. It sounds like a fantastic project. I'm sure the Workshop community ...

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poppins
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We have had the best tomatoes ever growing from under black plastic, it stays moist all year round, maybe because our land is on a slight slope. Was t ...

poppins
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4 replies

Iam going to put some good dirt ontop of weeds ect and put black plastic on top and then put leaves on top of the plastic. Leave for a week then I wil ...

poppins
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2 replies

Red Robin is a tough plant, I have seen a large hedge go under in a floods and at the same place out in a very hot sun as well as frost and - 4 degs ...

poppins
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Red Robin are great, we have them in town and they have been under water with each flood and out in the boiling sun and never gets watered. Iam now gr ...

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