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We have spent over 18 months transforming the front facade, front yard, roof , fences all around and the general vibe of this once tired old 1950's we ...

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Made these from pvc pipes...the larger the better.. Covered pipe with plaster tape then spread Multi purpose joint compound over pipe (both availa ...

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Cleaning up , new windowsGetting thereIn progressGetting gates readyOut with the old , in with the newRipping off the gatesSorting out plumbingCleare ...

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Hi everyone, we just moved into a house, surrounded by neigbors' properties on higher ground: This causes occasional stormwater runoff to our backyard ...

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I couldn’t find a plant stand that I liked or one that was the height I needed. So I made one! Having used lots of Acacia Project Panels in many proj ...

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I have a few indoor plants, they are still in their plastic pots. I would like to plant them into my ceramic pots. What is the best way to do this?

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One day I thought it would be nice if I could bring a little bit of garden inside our home. I grew up in a country side surrounded by lush green lands ...

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Hi team I noticed this morning some kind of fungus growing in the soil of my Rubber plant. Never seen anything like this before. Is it an issue? ...

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My plant doesn’t look happy whtever I do. I water it put fertiliser in it time to time but it remains fresh for one day nd again ielts the second day. ...

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So I couldn’t find a plant stand that was the height or look I wanted so Bunnings to the rescue again! I did realise halfway for a stand this heigh ...

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Getting on board the industrial concrete trend by making these concrete vases over the weekend. Surprisingly very easy, using quick set concrete meant ...

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