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joineryjo
Budding Contributor
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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 hei ...

Claudeduck
New Contributor
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The internet and indeed, the Bunnings Workshop website, has plenty of stories of DIY raised garden beds. All of these look really good when they are ...

mich1972
Super Contributor
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         Good morning Workshop Community Friends !!!!!! If you are growing your own Edibles or you have a Chook Run or Bird Aviary, you will unf ...

suehill
New Contributor
4 replies

We just had a tree stump removed that was badly affected by tree borers. My question is about what to do with the tree mulch. Can it be spread around ...

kashgenius
Junior Contributor
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Hi all, I have a problem where I see patches of yellow/white when I mow my lawn but is otherwise green when the grass height is high. I cannot seem ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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Does anyone have any suggestions for how to set up a self-watering system for indoor houseplants? I was hoping that someone might be able to suggest s ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
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Succulents are great, and grow surprisingly quick. Once you have a few, you’ll have many. I’m always calling into Bunnings for succulents. Now getting ...

Nikkaz
Established Contributor
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A friend of mine asked me to make her some Succulent Bombonieres for her wedding!I love succulents and this was easy and cheap to do! POT TERRACOTTA ...

bergs
Super Contributor
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Hi, I'm trying to over winter my Chillies. Last season they were all coming on strong when Autumn came. I thought that if I tried to keep the plants ...

chengjianer
New Contributor
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recently there are a lot of caterpillars on our edible plant leaves, so i bought that spray to see if it will work. did i buy the correct one? or is t ...

jaksmc
Budding Browser
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 I have multiple holes on the edge of my entertainment area leading onto the garden. Can anyone please advise what creature is nesting or “drilling” t ...

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 ...

hoppy68
New Contributor
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Can someone suggest the best line trimmer cord to use on the above.. Doesnt look like i can get the one that came with the device. Was looking proba ...

Andy_J
Junior Contributor
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Hello Everyone, Summer is almost over and I just wanted to share some photographs of my summer harvest. I had four types of peas and beans and while ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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Inspired by this post by @mich1972 How to give height and feature your indoor plants, and this project by @joineryjo this D.I.Y. plant stand I was h ...

Sajee
Newbie
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Hi can I plant veggies and flowers after using zero weed killer on the raised bed ground

Dark
Junior Contributor
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Hey brain trust how are we on this cool sunday of 36 degree heat...Ok I've done a 30min kids planter box project at home using scrap wood from my last ...

Redbomber85
Newbie
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I'm only a beginner with gardening and want to know how to successfully prune a bush/hedge without it looking hacked at. Also what are the right tools ...

NumeroUno
Budding Contributor
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Hi. I have a young avovado tree that was thriving but the heat burnt the leaves and turned the stem black from top down. I have since pruned it and ad ...

Rud
New Contributor
2 replies

Where & when do you have Bonsai classes Garden centre Kotara Bunnings

johncen
New Contributor
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The garden hasn't been put much care over the past, just generic weed pulling, the timber beneath the weed are old, hope we can do something not too c ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator

I thought some community members might be interested in this experiment that is underway right now. Futurefoodsystem is a proof of concept for a self ...

mich1972
Super Contributor
17 replies

Stage One of our NO DIG Edible Garden Bed. I removed a couple of inches more of our dreadful hydrophobic sand from this bed. Cultivated the sand and ...

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