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nagumuthu
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Hello Members, May you please share on a economical Lawn Mower for the purpose of mowing 130sq. m area. There are many products available on the marke ...

Maursie
New Contributor
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it all started with a large cleared area in my small backyard and the purchase of an "L" shaped Raised Garden bed.Make sure its levelDrill holes in 90 ...

Africanaussie
New Contributor

I am purchasing some long narrow garden beds to go alongside a fence. At the moment I have polysterene wicking boxes there and have been happy with ...

rattle
Super Contributor
2 replies

G'day everyone. @mich1972 showed us how they protect their garden from the chickens and I didn't want to take over their discussion with my photos, s ...

Tara86
Super Contributor
1 reply

We have finally completed the last major section of our front yard. As you can see we are on a steep slope which made the job quite tricky. After 5 ...

Grub80
Established Contributor

Hi all, looking for advice for using a Venturi system for fertilising/seasol my garden using the watering system. What strength solutions should I use ...

TomY
Newbie
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Hi all, I'm looking for landscaping ideas for my backyard in south-east QLD. You can see in the photo that there's a retaining wall running down the l ...

Noyade
Experienced Contributor
1 reply

Trees are getting higher and it's getting harder for me on a ladder, so I tried attaching an inexpensive lopper/saw onto a pool pole. Then added extra ...

katy
New Contributor
2 replies

Hello. I am very new and novice to the DIY thing. Have been watching keenly and reading most of the comments. I want to build a raised bed against the ...

Aussiebuoy
Budding Contributor
3 replies

Silvan recently issued a Spring 2020 catalogue that has two new backpack sprayers - a 12 litre rechargeable backpack sprayer (WP12-1) and a new ergon ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
32 replies

Possums are adorable when they are climbing trees and dashing across electrical wires. But it can be frustrating when they are munching on your home- ...

gore
Established Contributor
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 This is my first brocoili i ever grown and harvest it in my lifetime.so happy.thank you.

gore
Established Contributor
9 replies

I brought seed of broad bean from bunnings and i put in the pot.its so healthy and growing well.i transfer in the garden already now.after coupel of d ...

Liam3
Budding Browser
2 replies

Hi,I am about to start the journey of building my first vegetable garden using this garden bed. While I am looking forward to growing lots of zucchini ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
15 replies

Fiiiinalllyyyy... finished my new water feature. I'll get a video made soon so will share the link.Wha-da-ya-rekun? I'm pretty darn happy with it. ...

Caro
Budding Contributor
1 reply

Hi. I want to reuse this large ceramic pot for my water lillies. I have read that the best way to do this is use plastic cut from a large plastic ju ...

Wy
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Thinking of digging a 500mm trench between garden bed and grass then putting in a type of weed barrier and filling trench with soil. Will this be enou ...

mich1972
Experienced Contributor
4 replies

  So we let our girls free range quite often when we are home. The only thing is, they love the garden as much as we do !! I had to put up some simp ...

Nikkaz
Established Contributor
6 replies

Sometimes you need to sit back and look at what you've created! I love Succulents! Table from Bunnings, Chairs from Kmart! This pot was used 40 y ...

aly
Super Contributor
7 replies

I recently planted some basil seedlings in the backyard and am finding something is eating them. Any suggestions on how to avoid?

bm77
Budding Contributor
2 replies

 I’m after some ideas as what I can do with this space for a low maintenance garden. Should I remove the dead tree in the middle? What type of soil/nu ...

Prawns
Experienced Contributor
13 replies

Ive been meaning to do this for a while - My front yard only has x1 impact sprinkler - it really needs at least x2 (my backyard has x4 semi-permanent ...

Daryl-1
Budding Browser
1 reply

is there suitable depth to plant punnets of snapdragons

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