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Topics with Label: Recycling and Upcycling

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 ...

Veronica22
New Contributor
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Hi I am wanting to make a vertical garden, and have what I am advised is Hardwood already in a sort of Trellis shape. I want to stand it up against a ...

Carol_Prime
Established Contributor
8 replies

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 ...

Pancho
New Contributor
6 replies

mich1972
Valued Contributor
9 replies
May

Watch this space friends as we convert this old bathtub into a beautiful Frog Pond  We have three small frog ponds in our garden and now it’s time ...

DiamondDave
Budding Contributor
6 replies
May

              So after a visit to the Rouse Hill store, we were allowed access to available pallets to strip for good timber. After a few cu ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
May

Some random garden pictures.  Horse and cart for Shrek. Bunnings sell primula in punnets    a big help bringing out cineraria seedlings that have ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
3 replies
May

Plant containers and stands made from items that would otherwise go to the Bunnings waste box.  Tandy model 1. A web was crocheted from thin wire. So ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
6 replies
May

Two Bunnings hanging baskets were joined together, and a stand was required. A pallet to the rescue. An ellipse was cut out, feet were added, paint a ...

Jamespeter100
Experienced Contributor
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Time to work out who is fastest, the concrete rabbit, or the wooden turtles. Two Turtles are made from decking timber from Bunnings, the middle one ...

nannyP
Newbie
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What sort of garden waste activator can I use on a large amount of garden waste to speed-up the composting process

timjeffries
Established Contributor
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MitchellM
Valued Contributor
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Currently at work we are installing frog ponds in schools around the local area. One of the challenges has been establishing plant life to provide sh ...

Maursie
New Contributor
18 replies

it all started with a large cleared area in my small backyard and the purchase of an "L" shaped Raised Garden bed.

mich1972
Valued Contributor
19 replies

Morning friends. If you want to make a beautiful handmade Living Gift for someone special OR if you have a party at home coming up and you want to mak ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
11 replies

clydefrancis
New Contributor
4 replies

when repotting can the spent potting mix be recycled into a cold composting bin as a layer between each layer of organic material?

Poppop
Senior Contributor
5 replies

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Hi all & happy new DECADE!Well everything with our reno has slowed down a of late... damn you beastly budgets... but I've been fiddling away with a fe ...

rattle
Super Contributor
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G'day everyone. I'm not sure what to actually call this project, as it's based on a cold frame, but it's way bigger than the ones I usually see. ...

Oldfart
Junior Contributor
14 replies

kaylah_rose
Experienced Contributor
15 replies

Hi everyone! I have been away for a long time, but have something I think is exciting to share with you all Last weekend I finally got all my bit ...

rattle
Super Contributor
12 replies

G'day everyone. 1 Year ago, I had left over Colorbond from when our house was built and decided to make a raised garden bed with that and scrap wood. ...