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Hi, My Anthurium plant was doing well and I intended to have it re potted in spring. I now find the leaves are turning yellow and brown . I had it in ...

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Hi folks, I bought a couple of vertical slatted timber panels that I was planning to attach on to the fence to make the boring fence a bit nicer. I ...

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Hey Everyone. Now with my deck project done and dusted, it's finally time to landscape our front garden. We live on a corner block, so our fron ...

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This DIY project started with my husband wanting a special place for my favourite flowers orchids. We began brainstorming areas of our backyard ...

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Hi @EricL and @MitchellMc Hope you are keeping well. I am after some ideas and suggestions. Looking to transform the front lawn to a wild life garden. ...

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!Hi There, I want to fill the gaps in on the bottom of my colourbond fence as my neighbour hoses his fence with a gurnie often. All the gunk sprays up ...

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The planted up version. The white is almond blossom that has fallen.    Started with the Bunnings $29.99 raised garden.   Some six packs.   ...

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Hello Bunning's family, I'm we've all noticed the growth of Bunning's indoor plant section - there are more plants than paint colours!I wondered if th ...

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From site fences and dirt to greenery, Oxy shield garden edging, podium stands and stunning feature plants. This glow up has taken over 18 months ...

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Hi Folks, Just wanting advice and comparisons please. I am looking into a chainsaw for use around our garden - looking at cutting branches and tr ...

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Trees are getting higher and it's getting harder for me on a ladder, so I tried attaching an inexpensive lopper/saw onto a pool pole. Then added extra ...

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