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If your lawn is compacted, I suggest using a lawn aerator. Options include spiked rollers, pronged aerators and even sandals with spikes. If you a ...

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Start by mixing in some Richgro 15kg Natural Gypsum Clay Breaker or applying Multicrop 2.8L Groundbreaker Hose-On Soil Treatment And Clay Breaker. Y ...

Compost is a gardener’s best friend. It adds organic matter (humus) and nutrients back into soils, improves soil texture, increases moisture holding ...

If your magnolia plants receive full sun, then the leaves could be getting scorched. Magnolias enjoy a few hours of sun per day, but if they are e ...

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Passionfruit are warm climate plants so think tropical, sub-tropical and warm temperate. On saying that, they can survive and thrive in micro-climat ...

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The sky’s the limit with the available tomatoes these days. What I have learned is that primarily there are two types of tomatoes - indeterminates ...

There are many different reasons why a lemon tree might not be producing fruit. First, ensure your tree receives ample sunlight, as lemon trees th ...

If you lawn has been totally overrun with weeds and there is little grass left, I would start with a clean slate and apply a weed killer to the area ...

When creating a mulched garden bed exposed to windy conditions, it's essential to take practical steps to keep your mulch in place. Start by select ...

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There are a large number of plants that you could use for screening around the two-to-three metre mark. Here are just a few suggestions: Magno ...

Whether a compost bin should be placed in the shade or sun is directly related to your climate and specific conditions, including the type of waste y ...

It's great to have flowering plants in pots and your garden in springtime. Consider varieties of violas and snapdragons. Bunnings also has plent ...

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