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vegie82
Newbie
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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 spraying ...

duza11
New Contributor
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  Hi, I recently built a house and have leftover topsoil which I plan to use some of it to build a retaining wall/garden bed and also backfill the yar ...

midas
New Contributor
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Hello! I'm building a round, free standing, low profile deck and was hoping to please have someone with a bit more experience double check the specs, ...

junheekm
Budding Contributor
7 replies

I have a big swimming pool which we rarely use and leaks at the moment. I like to transform it to a small granny flat or a nice garden. I need your id ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi all, been a busy week or so getting this garden 'built'. It'll be a work in progress as I add lower plantings but for now... Murraya hedge about ...

Lockie
New Contributor
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We are planning to cover the both sides of our house to the boundary fence (900mm wide easement x 40m long on one side x 20 long the other side). Bot ...

harper
New Contributor
3 replies
May

  Hello everyone first time doing garden as you can see from pictures I try to fix the garden so I can build playhouse for my 20 month old boy I ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
3 replies
May

Hello, Background :we maintain the garden, front and back, on a large block, we have a nice, but sometimes unkempt (LOL) vegetable garden with Olive ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
4 replies
May

Hi all experts and DIYers, this is another project what I am taking in parallel with another project which I had posted a few weeks ago ( still in the ...

nfds
Budding Contributor
1 reply
May

I have bought corrugated garden edging from Bunnings but not too happy with it .Since it is in rolled form and when opened you don't get a straig ...

BazNaihaus
Occasional Browser
4 replies
May

Water runs off from my 2 neighbors into my property causing it to pool in my backyard . I am at the end of a sloping cul-de-sac . The fence has a ga ...

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JohnNC
Newbie
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The Bunnings website only shows 50mm and 100mm posts for use with sleepers for a retaining wall. Although they do sell 75mm sleepers, I can't find the ...

fclarke
Budding Contributor
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I bought one of the above mowers. --Best mower ever-- Have cut acres of knee high scrub and also use it around the house lawns I am wondering if the C ...

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 ...

suequarford
Budding Contributor
18 replies

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 ...

yng7
Budding Contributor
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We have an entrance door at the bottom of a sloping ground. Each time when it rains, water, mud and debris run down the slope and collects just outsid ...

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 ...

Storm77
New Contributor
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Hi Fellow workshoppers, Hi I have this area (well really....a little of an eye sore/wasted space) in my backyard and was thinking out turning it int ...

chengjianer
Budding Contributor
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jaksmc
Budding Browser
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 I have multiple holes on the edge of my entertainment area leading onto the garden. Can anyone please advise what creature is nesting or “drilling” t ...

Dark
Junior Contributor
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Hey brain trust how are we on this cool sunday of 36 degree heat...Ok I've done a 30min kids planter box project at home using scrap wood from my last ...

johncen
New Contributor
3 replies

The garden hasn't been put much care over the past, just generic weed pulling, the timber beneath the weed are old, hope we can do something not too c ...

DexterOz
Established Contributor
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I have been struggling to clean up weed garden and bring back some grass. I have applied this product from amgrow it has killed small weeds( bindie) b ...