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Erwin
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This is a rather sad post--- sign of the times. It's hard to imagine but people actually steal plants nowadays. Any ideas as to how to secure this ...

john5
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Hi there, I've posted about my front yard before regarding drainage and lawn prep advice and got feedback which was very helpful, so back again for an ...

owo
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Hi all Im looking to pot an [outdoor] Frangipani and understand it needs to be "well drained, sandy" etc. Is anyone able to recommend a high quality ...

shannonrennison
Budding Contributor
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      You could use any planter/pot for this project. I chose a plain white one which I could paint but you could use any. 1. Measure the diamet ...

Remarka6le
Experienced Contributor
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This is our front pathway, which was originally infested with weeds, poor quality grass, bricks and rocks from the previous owner. With our Cars al ...

BrendanB
Budding Contributor
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Mae
Budding Contributor
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Bunnings delivery this morning and I got straight into putting my pieces of decking up to make a sort of frost deterrent on the east side of my pergo ...

Alan__
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Hello, We are in the process of landscaping our backyard. I would like to hear some suggestions how to deal with the area under the trees. Can this ...

LePallet
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All materials are recycled and Have been made into this large outdoor bench seat measuring at 2.3m long, 750mm high, 800mmm wide with the choice of a ...

khusnil_deo
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Having a dumb moment here. What screw do I use for building my H4 treated pine sleeper planter box for outdoor, inground exposed to the harsh Austral ...

Former Workshop member
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    Makes a good planter.

peterpan
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hi everyone i need some helpone of the pencil pine is turning yello and dying, what should i do? too many "glue" on his bodyanything i can buy from bu ...

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