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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.    

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

elizabeth1
New Contributor
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The council advised me, (quite strongly), not to attach anything to a colourbond fence. So my question is, if you only have the uprights @2m apart and ...

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

LisasGarden
Junior Contributor
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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 ...

mandy111s111
Budding Contributor
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Family project near complete...........black garden shed to go !

Tara86
Super Contributor
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Originally made early this year for my partner, but he kept changing his mind on what to plant. Thanks to the recent woolies garden promo, my kids end ...

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 ...

jkhandywoman
Budding Contributor
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I have prepared the side garden for a large gate .. and a partition to hide the bins in loving that it is in the sane look as the divider fence   ...

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 ...

pete_brig
Established Contributor
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Was checking out @Jason's blog post of top 10 garden makeovers & was motivated to add our story. BTW, I think some of Jason's picks (e.g. @maknilsin) ...

Johnboy
Frequent Browser
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I want to build a plinth to go under a heavy stone garden statue. I am thinking to do that by using form ply made into a box about 500 high 400x400 ...

mdstorrs
Junior Contributor
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I just finished my "tall man" vege garden box and we will start to plant this weekend. All timber, tools and accessories were bought from either the K ...

timjeffries
Established Contributor
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joanholt
Regular Browser
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Hi, I would like to install a small section of boundary fence that will run along side our yet to be installed back crazy paved patio. Approx 4 metres ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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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. ...

Bundaboy
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Bundaboy
Experienced Contributor
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Just my take on the "heart shaped planter" featured elsewhere on this site. I couldn't resist the urge to give it a crack, but now I wonder what to do ...

tangels
New Contributor
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I am wanting to build the same arbour as seen on the Bunnings DIY Video. I've got most of it down except the actual dimensions ie height, width and di ...

Andy_J
Junior Contributor
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My first raised garden bed. I installed the bed over the easter weekend and planted peas, spinach, carrots, broccoli and cabbage. The plants are sur ...

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 ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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A few weeks back I went to the market to pick up some fresh produce. Somehow, I came back home with a 2m tall Lemon tree ...and the produce. Instead o ...

jollyyau
Newbie
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Hi everyone! I’m new to the community I'd love to hear what you think about my barrel planter with legs project Basically....I wanna make my wine bar ...

Tara86
Super Contributor
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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 ...