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Imran
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I got a lychee tree one month ago. Now the plant leave are drying out may be due to frost and winter, however the stem is not. Now I already place t ...

rohit21
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 How to make dead patch green again in our backyard?

karen7
Newbie
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hi. would love a water feature in my garden. its going to be my zen sanctuary, but have no idea how to start. can anyone help /

jjwill
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Hi, I'm about to build new raised vegie beds and will use the sienna treated pine sleepers. Some will need cutting, and it says in the Bunnings listin ...

comptonkath
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Do I have to put the end of the agi pipe into a drain or just cover it over?

rohit21
New Contributor
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Hi Team, I have recently shifted but landscaping quality was not upto the mark. So, I am looking for plants or options to enhance frontyard look. F ...

fgrieve
Budding Browser
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I am super happy with this little project. Using all products from bunnings. Simple yet effective. I positioned the besser blocks and painted and liqu ...

HayleyG
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Hi all, I have an unused part of my garden that I would like to use as a boat storage area. There are some large tree roots poking up through the gra ...

mich1972
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    Good Morning Workshop Community Friends !!! Here is some inspiration for a Beginner who wants to grow some Edibles at home. A friend of mine wa ...

mjkworldwide
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Have promised the kids a tree house - and now have to deliver!The intent was always to build a platform rather than attach to the tree, however diggin ...

ronhume
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In order to establish a garden on a barren rear yard, I first need to eradicate the kikuyu grass. What product do I need to do this?

Cronny
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I have an Ozito 18 volt lithium blower and trimmer and the batteries indicate they are fully charged yet will only run the tool/s for 10-20 seconds an ...

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