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pepsp
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Meet Molly. She's been a visitor to our backyard for a while but in the last week she has been roosting on our deck and tapping at our back windows an ...

DiamondDave
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              So after a visit to the Rouse Hill store, we were allowed access to available pallets to strip for good timber. After a few cu ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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Hi all experts and DIYers, this is another project what I am taking in parallel with another project which I had posted a few weeks ago ( still in the ...

mich1972
Super Contributor
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Watch this space friends as we convert this old bathtub into a beautiful Frog Pond  We have three small frog ponds in our garden and now it’s time ...

Newgreenthumb
Budding Contributor
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Hello, wondering if someone can help. I have this plant and it’s been absolutely fine on it’s own without any care. I just moved in the last 6 months ...

mich1972
Super Contributor
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Have you got any Australian Native trees or shrubs growing in your garden that needs a prune ? If they are reasonably thick branches , chop up a branc ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Some random garden pictures.  Horse and cart for Shrek. Bunnings sell primula in punnets    a big help bringing out cineraria seedlings that have ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Plant containers and stands made from items that would otherwise go to the Bunnings waste box.  Tandy model 1. A web was crocheted from thin wire. So ...

LCFC
Junior Contributor
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    Makes a good planter.

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Two Bunnings hanging baskets were joined together, and a stand was required. A pallet to the rescue. An ellipse was cut out, feet were added, paint a ...

JI
Budding Contributor
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I have been slowly building a collection of succulents. I asked hubby to make me a simple stand, maybe with pallet wood and some sleepers. He ended ma ...

crazycrisi
New Contributor
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With some timber, colour bond edging and some old tin freshly painted I whipped up some raised garden beds.    

Berry
Budding Contributor
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      Hello, I’ve just moved into a 10 year old house with a fence line against a car park for a set of units. The horizontal planks on my side l ...

Isobel
Trusted Contributor
12 replies

Hi everyone. We have gall wasp in our lemon tree. We’ve been repeatedly cutting it out over the years but it keeps coming back! I just want to let ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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   A use for the cute little Bunnings pots.                    First iteration. With an extra coat hanger on each side, and thin alumi ...

Hobbies46
New Contributor
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BOBA
Budding Browser
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EVRY TIME I GET A GOOD CROP OF VEGGIE SEEDLINGS GROWING THE WORD GOES OUT TO ALL THE POSSUMS AND/OR RATS IN THE AREA AND OVERNIGHT MY SEEDLINGS ARE CH ...

julzdiy
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, looking for some ideas on how to design the side yard. It was full of scrubs, trees and grass up to your waistline. After council approva ...

ron3alex
Budding Contributor
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   Hi can anyone advise what plant is this ? I have got few missing to complete the border landscape.. so will need to buy few more. many thanks

LisasGarden
Junior Contributor
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       I received 2 old wheelbarrows from the in-laws, a great pickup to add some interest to the garden. I visited Bunnings today to pick up pott ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
13 replies

Hi folks, I am working on my front yard project. Following are the images and what I am planning to do. I am laying turf, mulch and installing Water f ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
2 replies

                     after this lot, time to have a rest.  

ron3alex
Budding Contributor
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    Hi everyone we recently moved to our new property and want to check if this plant has got some disease . do we need to cut or trim? Would it b ...

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