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SarangR
Junior Contributor
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Hi Team, Hope someone can assist me with the problem I am currently facing in my garden. We have some fruit trees ( guava, lemon & orange ) in our b ...

MaureenW
Newbie

Hi just thought I would share my recent projects never made anything before and I'm a little OK a lot! Chuffed with myself lol      

charlotte1
New Contributor
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      It is too late to prune my lavender now? What should I do?

cj_plantlover
Newbie
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I was generously given a worm farm and I have been using it to compost almost all of my food scraps for the last year. However it is getting full and ...

charlotte1
New Contributor
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    I just bought this house and Find quite a lot of this plant in the garden. Should I remove or keep it?

yumnaqazi
Junior Contributor
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yumnaqazi
Junior Contributor
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I don't know why my plants keep dying after I while ? Even succulents.  

macsmum07
Budding Contributor
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Hi AllI decided I wanted to try to grow plants from seeds. So off I went to Bunnings to get the supplies, I planted the seeds: Morning Glory, Coleus ...

LisasGarden
Junior Contributor
15 replies

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 ...

RK1
New Contributor
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Hi, this is my first question here. I'm trying to get my garden bed (with 2 sleeper level) at my backyard.i have been to Bunnings Marsden park yesterd ...

Carol_Prime
Established Contributor
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4linda
Newbie
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I live on 4th floor west facing balcony on gold coast. What plants can survive this aspect? Flowers ? Thank you  

kasif
Newbie
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Hello, thank you for letting me join this site. To all of the experienced Gardner’s. We live in a Californian Bungalow that has a narrow driveway. The ...

Smithrj
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, last year I planted some King Edward seed potatoes but when I harvested them they all had a brown ring rot, so had to discard them all. I now ...

AngryBird
Junior Contributor
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I have a lovely mandarin tree it is full of mandarins my whole family enjoys. I wouldnt even mind sharing the odd fruit to polite strangers who have t ...

TheSaltyreefer
Super Contributor
31 replies

Been very dry this year, but the Vegie patch is doing well. I chose the Microshade Sleepers from Bunnings, look great and perfect for Garden\Kids ...

PeterH
Budding Contributor
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G'day fo;ks, This is my vegie garden. Hope you like it. Cheers.

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
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Staying at home, and didn’t want to go out to the cold shed to make something. So, I thought if desktop woodwork. Used the washing machine when gluein ...

arian10daddy
Junior Contributor
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Hi all, Attached below is the pic of my frontyard. As you can see, its filled with white stone. I am planning on replacing the letter box with a tim ...

MikeM
Newbie
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I purchased a Lime tree from Bunnings but it’s produced Oranges…. Is there anything I can do about it? cheers Mike  

oxana
New Contributor
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Hi, I love camellias, but only now decided to buy and plant one. I have a perfect spot, but the problem is the soil is not great, it's pH7 and has h ...

Samc81
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, Looking for some help identifying this tree. TBH it is looking a little unloved and want to understand how to look after it a bit better - ie ...

Ricochet
Budding Contributor
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I really hope this is a lettuce; I've had a few leaves and apart from being a bit bitter they seem okay. And is it normal for a milky substance to co ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
17 replies

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 ...