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Planting and Growing

DiamondDave
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

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 ...

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
3 replies

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 ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
7 replies

After re levelling my rear sliding door area, I had to repair the surrounding outer walls and remove the existing deck to do so, as this was an area ...

LCFC
Junior Contributor
6 replies

    Makes a good planter.

Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
6 replies

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
14 replies

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 ...

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 ...

BOBA
Budding Browser
1 reply

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 ...

LisasGarden
Junior Contributor
1 reply

       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
6 replies

    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 ...

ron3alex
Budding Contributor
2 replies

Hi everyone, I have got to finish landscape for my front yard. We have got huge space to workaround and have existing trees and few plants. im planni ...

LCFC
Junior Contributor
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Jamespeter100
Established Contributor
1 reply

Starting with the man the dog thinks will throw the dog toy, hedge hog.     The succulents ready to put in.  Medusa hair succulent pl ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
3 replies

Just completed two more planter stands, previously I was inspired by .@joineryjo to make my own indoor planter stands, this time I decided to make two ...

kel
Experienced Contributor
25 replies

Note from the Bunnings Workshop community manager: If you want to build this fantastic vertical garden, Mitch has created step-by-step instructions ...

tibz_timber
Budding Contributor
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I am looking to build a couple of indoor plant stands for an enclosed veranda area that will hold ferns and other plants that like to be heavily water ...

Meling
Junior Contributor
13 replies

Hi , raised vege garden Sleepers non arsenic 2400 x 1000 x 600 carriage bolts galvanised screws irrigation tubing bird netting 1 and 1/4 cubic v ...

LisasGarden
Junior Contributor
6 replies

The next step in my veggie garden journey was raised garden beds, to kelp out Audrey our Golden and the rabbits without the need for fencing. Hubby b ...

bergs
Super Contributor
154 replies

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 ...

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