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Amylee
New Contributor
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Hi.. My Mum has very heavy clay soil that she had someone plant Japanese maple and some Ficus emeralds(not knowing anything about soil or plants she j ...

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. ...

siva26
Budding Contributor
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Hi Experts, Need some advise. I'm laying synthetic turf for my backyard and I'm in the process of digging the soil/clay/dirt. I'm aware the I need ...

royq
Established Contributor
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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 ...

yannrandri
Occasional Browser
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Hi, I need to clear some vegetation that went a bit out of control on our block: high grass, some tough weedy stuff, branches that fell of trees... I ...

Ricochet
Budding Contributor
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I would like to use part of my backyard as a garden. How do I go about tearing up part of my lawn? Do I need to get a landscaper in or is it a simpl ...

Itai
Super Contributor
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Hi All. I need some advice for what to plant in my garden beds along the southern part of my Northern fence. The catch-22 I have is in in Summer, the ...

Brunnie_Rich
Budding Contributor
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I'm looking to recycle bricks to build a raised flower bed, along the length of my fence (pls see pic).I've been doing a little research on what the b ...

suequarford
Junior Contributor
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Hi Guys Am planning a garden bed along the front of my front yard. It faces Nth East and is very sunny. I love port wine magnolias and am thinking ...

maryamfaridi
Budding Browser
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Any ideas for renovation backyard?? There is just weeds and small stones and  burned turf Thank you for your help

abhayks
Established Contributor
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Hi All, First project I did after lockdown was to renovate my side yard. It was just a patch of crap grass . I have removed the grass and made two ...

shariqullahkhan
New Contributor
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     Hello All, First ever post  on the Bunnings DIY workshop site. Have recently moved into this first home for us in Australia and found this ...

Nancy12
Junior Contributor
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Hi My backyard looks awful. I want to give it a makeover in this long weekend. I'm thinking to use pavers and pebbles along the wall and alfresco. tu ...

mrsgiveitago
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I have installed a trench drain along the front of my pool. The pool front will have tiles on it as per the white tiled example. The trench drain ...

Nancy12
Junior Contributor
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I have moved into my new house for fifteen months, haven't done my narrow side yard. one side yard flooded a few times already because of heavy rains. ...

Fionagrant1
Newbie
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What do i need to put underneath fake grass?

uday_a
Newbie
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Hi guys,Hope ya'll safe.Just wondering if I can get some advice here from someone who's had some experience with my question.I've been planning a DIY ...

Cozza
New Contributor
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Wanting to create a basic limestone garden bed. I’m not too savvy so don’t want it too complicated but I just need to know what to do/use

brendawebster44
Experienced Contributor
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hi everyone, I have a weed mat with pebbles on top on one side of the garden. It is a high traffic area as the bins have to go over them and I need ...

AshJ
Budding Contributor
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Has anyone use a turf cutter machine before? Are they hard to use? Do they do a good job? Looking to remove a large section of turf to do paving and a ...

jess_syd
Budding Contributor
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    Hi everyone, There is a big rock at my backyard, dangerous when my toddler run on to it. I’m wondering is that Possible to put concrete onto the ...

Community Manager Jason
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Don't limit your spring cleaning to just inside your house. Your garden might really benefit from a spring clean, too! In this latest episode of ...

DSollis
Budding Browser
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Hey all, We recently purchased a property and now need to tackle the garden. It's a very small space so luckily it won't take too much work, but we ...

tamai
New Contributor
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I have a big frontyard and backyard that have not been taking care of for a long time. The lawn is dead and would like to replace it something that re ...