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jennih
Budding Contributor
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I have a garden pond that I have treasured for 30 years - unusedyeah. With all the rain it was full of great clean rainwater - I am what is called an ...

rohit21
Budding Contributor
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Hi Team, I have recently shifted but landscaping quality was not upto the mark. So, I am looking for plants or options to enhance frontyard look. F ...

PN
Experienced Contributor
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Hi @EricL and @MitchellMc Hope you are keeping well. I am after some ideas and suggestions. Looking to transform the front lawn to a wild life garden. ...

Nidge
New Contributor
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I started with a bare desolate space and turned it into our little piece of paradise. Bare wall, before painting

LisasGarden
Experienced Contributor
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We have lived on our property for around 26 years and it is an ongoing project. Until lockdown I hadn’t really grown much in the way of edibles apart ...

lorrainebwother
Occasional Browser
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I would like to rejoin the garden club I attended last year. Lorraine Wotherspoon

shevysingh
New Contributor
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          My proudest DIY to date…it took a lot of manual labour and even more patience but many lessons were learned along the way. First off wa ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It might be a little cold and wet outside, but there's still jobs to do around the garden that will help it to thrive when the warmer weather arriv ...

Gardenhelp
Budding Contributor
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I have a Colesus plant which I need to plant in the garden bed. I am not sure if I could have this done during winter. It is a big plant. I have a cr ...

mich1972
Valued Contributor
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Hello Workshop Community Friends !! I would love to share with you all a colourful mixed hanging basket I planted up today. It can be hung up or as I’ ...

_Marley_
Established Contributor
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I love eating snow peas and sugar snaps, but they are very expensive to buy. I want to grow some this winter. I've had a go at snow peas before and wa ...

Imran
New Contributor
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I got a lychee tree one month ago. Now the plant leave are drying out may be due to frost and winter, however the stem is not. Now I already place ...

karen7
Newbie
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hi. would love a water feature in my garden. its going to be my zen sanctuary, but have no idea how to start. can anyone help /

jjwill
New Contributor
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Hi, I'm about to build new raised vegie beds and will use the sienna treated pine sleepers. Some will need cutting, and it says in the Bunnings listin ...

mich1972
Valued Contributor
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    Good Morning Workshop Community Friends !!! Here is some inspiration for a Beginner who wants to grow some Edibles at home. A friend of mine wa ...

ronhume
Budding Browser
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In order to establish a garden on a barren rear yard, I first need to eradicate the kikuyu grass. What product do I need to do this?

UrbanSKPs
Newbie
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Have used tomato dust and yates Maverick spray and still the catapillars eat out tomatoes. Hand picking them off every day at the moment. Located on t ...

domeman
Frequent Browser
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  I have a XU1 whipper snipper purchased from Bunnings but out of Warranty model XGT/018 The battery is not holding much charge and I would like to p ...

bruno57
New Contributor
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Hi, I have borers in my lemon and orange trees , have treated with no borers spray and sealed quite a fes holes in the tree, the lemons and oranges ha ...

Everat
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I have some over grown trees which I am going to cut to the ground. I want to stop it from re-sprouting. Is there a product I can use to paint the ...

Newgreenthumb
Established Contributor
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Hello, just wondering if this is a form of moss and how to get rid of it? I don’t remember r having it when I moved in and it has slowly appeared ove ...

Nham
Experienced Contributor
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I saw this at the Sydney Easter show and thought what a great idea to transplant some of our succulents into a bonsai pot. We have the Jade succule ...

SeanDunne
Newbie
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Is there a way of clipping water pipes to the galvanised raised beds?

newbiebunny
New Contributor
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  First time renter and lawn maintainer! My father told me to spray weed killer around the edges of the property to help with weedeating, so naive me ...