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ivanptr
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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 ...

varununi
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, I am wanting to start creating some garden beds in my backyard and also move an existing big garden bed (relocate it). Very new to doing ...

Pradeepk
New Contributor
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Am seeing that my magnolia plants are having brown/black leaves as seen in the image below. I got these magnolia plants only in the month of August an ...

Shannon
Experienced Contributor
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Andyy
New Contributor
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Day 1 The Intention Today I have decided to attempt to build a potting bench using the video tutorial from Bunnings website. I have almost no DIY exp ...

stelz
Established Contributor
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Hi everyone, Hope everyone is keeping well. Any one else felt summer was short lived? My husband really wanted a swimming pool, an in- ground pool ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's finally summer, which means longer days and warmer nights. This month is the perfect time to take advantage of all your garden has to offer ...

projectmumma
New Contributor
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Hi everyone..just wondering if this plant is Gardenia? I want to plant more along fence line.  

PN
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Hi @MitchellMc Hope you are keeping well. I had a question. We got a silver princess eucalyptus recently and its leaves have this marks in the last ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
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Question for the Fruit Tree lovers. I have a very healthy Imperial Mandarin tree grafted on dwarf stock that has never flowered or fruited. It has bee ...

Nham
Established Contributor
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It has been a couple of months since we put in an in-ground worm farm. They have been working well, and all our green waste have gone back into the ...

Jimi
Established Contributor
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When we bought our house, we knew that we wanted to redo the front landscaping. I ripped out the sinking retainer wall, hired a kanga and excavated th ...

CEH
Junior Contributor
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I want to get a few (maybe 3-4) pot plants for my apartment balcony. It's quite roomy, facing North, with shaded and and sunny areas.Looking at compac ...

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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Hello Members, Looking for a watering system to water plants and Trees on scheduled basis. [e.g. every morning / evening for certain time duration]. ...

Amylee
New Contributor
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Hi.. My Mum has very heavy clay soil that she had someone plant Japanese maple and some Ficus emeralds(not knowing anything about soil or plants she j ...

Gee
New Contributor
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I will be planting in raised garden beds early next year. Can you tell me what sort of soil I should buy to fill these beds?

JSJB
New Contributor
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Hi, I have a side yard beside my house, that is both flat and then sloping. It's been partially paved but there's a Wilder part at the back where it' ...

MaureenW
Budding Contributor
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Found these at side of road on verge where a council pick up was due. Thought they would be good for storing my pots near my potstand. Easy upcycle. 1 ...

PN
Established Contributor
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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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