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mich1972
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Tuesday

Good luck. Once you start an Edible Garden it becomes very addictive and extremely enjoyable to be able to grow your own !!!!!! 

mich1972
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Tuesday

Thanks heaps !!!!! The Bathtub is raised on bricks so it’s a good height to work with. I highly recommend everyone to start a Worm Farm and make your ...

mich1972
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Tuesday

Thank You !! With our dreadful hydrophobic sands here in Perth I wanted to add heaps of organic matter to build up the soil. Once the soil temperatu ...

mich1972
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So our bathtub worm farm ( one of three ) on the edge of the carport was getting hot morning sun and unfortunately the worms were not impressed. We em ...

mich1972
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2 weeks ago

Continuing the layers for our edible garden. I have added a layer of cow manure as it’s important to add organic matter to hydrophobic water repellent ...

mich1972
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3 weeks ago

Thai Basil , Dill , Parsley Afro , Pak Choy , Spring Onions and Oregano

mich1972
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So our wheelbarrow finally retired ( 21 years old )  big rusty hole that’s been rotting away. But hubby changed it into a raised planter instead. No ...

mich1972
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3 weeks ago

Stage Three of our NO DIG Edible Garden.The layering begins.........Now that we have added a Wetting Agent that will last along time in the soil and ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a week ago

Welcome to the Workshop Community @didi. Many thanks for your question, I'd be happy to make some suggestions for you. There are plenty of budget-fr ...

TheSaltyreefer
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1 reply
2 weeks ago

nice work mate, our gardens are going great guns, we have plenty of land so have a few raised beds, making a few more larger beds, and have 4 paddocks ...

QuailFlock
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a week ago

Amazing that you add so much organic matters! Look forward to see the next stages and what veggies you are going to put in,Thanks for sharing!

Shannon
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MitchellM
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a month ago

@mich1972 Such a great inexpensive project! We made some of the hanging planters for Seniors week and they went down a treat! Thanks for sharing.

Community Manager Jason
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December

Nice one @mich1972, There's more great ideas from @Victoria here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Whole-of-House/Seagrass-and-rope-D-I-Y-ideas/m-p/2 ...

MitchellM
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Currently at work we are installing frog ponds in schools around the local area. One of the challenges has been establishing plant life to provide sh ...

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mich1972
Junior Contributor
2 replies
Tuesday

Good luck. Once you start an Edible Garden it becomes very addictive and extremely enjoyable to be able to grow your own !!!!!! 

mich1972
Junior Contributor
Tuesday

Thanks heaps !!!!! The Bathtub is raised on bricks so it’s a good height to work with. I highly recommend everyone to start a Worm Farm and make your ...

mich1972
Junior Contributor
Tuesday

Thank You !! With our dreadful hydrophobic sands here in Perth I wanted to add heaps of organic matter to build up the soil. Once the soil temperatu ...

mich1972
Junior Contributor
2 replies

So our bathtub worm farm ( one of three ) on the edge of the carport was getting hot morning sun and unfortunately the worms were not impressed. We em ...

mich1972
Junior Contributor
2 replies
2 weeks ago

Continuing the layers for our edible garden. I have added a layer of cow manure as it’s important to add organic matter to hydrophobic water repellent ...

mich1972
Junior Contributor
3 weeks ago

Thai Basil , Dill , Parsley Afro , Pak Choy , Spring Onions and Oregano

mich1972
Junior Contributor
2 replies

So our wheelbarrow finally retired ( 21 years old )  big rusty hole that’s been rotting away. But hubby changed it into a raised planter instead. No ...

mich1972
Junior Contributor
4 replies
3 weeks ago

Stage Three of our NO DIG Edible Garden.The layering begins.........Now that we have added a Wetting Agent that will last along time in the soil and ...

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