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rohit21
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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 ...

HayleyG
Budding Browser
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Hi all, I have an unused part of my garden that I would like to use as a boat storage area. There are some large tree roots poking up through the gra ...

ronhume
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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?

bronelchristian
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Hi There, I have a stromwater drain and pits at the back fence of the house (pic attached). What plants/shrubs, I can and cannot plant. Also, I a ...

LisasGarden
Experienced Contributor
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Hi everyone we’ve been very busy at Lisa’s Garden! Now that the warmer months have finished and we’ve had a bit of rain, we thought it was time to con ...

zyoti30506
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Hi looking at laying artificial turf in backyard. My soil look well compacted, can I directly lay artificial turf in soil/mud without using launder of ...

Emfrog
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HiI would like to know what the best whippersnipper is for ladies to use. I have a bad shoulder and struggle to pull chokes and cords to get engines s ...

SmileDesigner
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Backyard makeover with fence screening, raised garden beds, water feature and outdoor seating.                                   ...

hasansheikh
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Hi guys, Need some advice, I'm thinking to put a synthetic grass on side way and front yard. There are mostly lava rocks there. Do I have to remove ...

andrea2
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I would like to take out the logs and put limestone blocks to hold the sand in place and would like suggestions as to what plants can be put in the ...

woodalwaysworks
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Hints, Tips, Advice. PleaseLooking into putting up a Brushwood fence and wondered if anyone out there had done it before??main questions was with the ...

JoseCunha
New Contributor
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Hi everyone, I'm excited to be part of this community. Saw a few discussions and I'm pretty sure I'll learn a lot from you. First to introduce myself, ...

bengroll
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone. First time poster: first time home owner: first time gardener!! My wife and I, after MANY years of delays, have finally moved into our ne ...

MegR
New Contributor
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   I want to put a sprinkler system in this area before I lay turf (new build). I’m just not sure where to position the sprinklers and what sprinkle ...

PN
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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. ...

Itai
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Hey Everyone. Now with my deck project done and dusted, it's finally time to lanscape our front garden.We live on a corner block, so our front garden ...

KelTron
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, First time poster... Go easy on me. As you can see from the photos I have uploaded my front yard is a bit of a mess...I originally wanted Sl ...

royq
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Easy little project at my brother-in-law's place a couple of weeks ago. Took about 5 hours and cost less than $100. Really makes a difference. Th ...

PN
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Hi @EricL and @MitchellMc Please need some help with identifying what these two plants are. The first one is a ground cover growing on one side of th ...

jacksumit
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  Hi, I am planning to re-build a retaining wall that is going to be 700mm high. Replacing two steps of rotting retaining wall with one (See attach ...

John57
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  These two agi pipes bring water from the front garden. A drop of .5-1.5m front to back.Soil is solid clay. From this discharge point next to the fe ...

RF10
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Plant pictured below. Thanks!

notshyofeffort
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Hi friends HNY and thanks for help on previous posts. I am looking at doing something with the small strip in the picture. I have tried growing grass ...

vegie82
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Hello, About to set about laying down some turf after a new home build, and thought I'd ask for some opinions. It's a clay soil, so I plan on spra ...