After a lot of digging, monument fence paint, merbau deck extension and lighting, retainer walls and my first build with render to make a bench seat, my son now has somewhere to play. No tradies used other than a concreter. 90% of materials as always, from Bunnings.
Fantastic result, many thanks for sharing @Jimi. I'm sure your family will enjoy many happy times in that gorgeous outdoor space.
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@Jimi What a transformation, congrats! Great to see you're promoting outside activities for the kids and have taken playspace into account. Welldone!
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Hi again @Jimi,
We've had a question on Instagram about what plants you used along the fenceline. Could you please let us know?
I have used Sasanqua Camillia's along the fence line. They can be hedged and have nice white flowers. In 3 months they have grown from about 200mm in height to over 1000mm tall.
What are the small trees called in the second photo? Which cardinal direction are they in?
Hi Wy. I removed those trees but the ones on the left I think were like a Silver Sheen and the one on the right I think was an Apple Tree. They were North facing.