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newbie3486
New Contributor
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Need hints on how to prepare the turf for installation of grass. Small area approximate 10m by 3m. I am not sure where to start, so more details, mo ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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All materials are recycled and Have been made into this large outdoor bench seat measuring at 2.3m long, 750mm high, 800mmm wide with the choice of a ...

Noyade
Super Contributor
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Large branch broke off in a storm. My knowledge of tree anatomy and physiology is poor. The internal organs seem to be exposed? Will it continue to ...

NewAussie
Newbie
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Hey everyone! I'm looking for some help with my lime tree We planted it in a garden a couple of months ago, however the new growth leaves are curling ...

Moderator Deanna
Moderator
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Hello Everyone!I noticed some recent posts about beekeeping, so I thought I'd create a thread dedicated to beekeeping.My partner is a professional bee ...

VegaNano
Junior Contributor
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PENTAS,SALVIAS,CANNAS attract with these colourful food plants..A multitude of free visitors will breed in a garden like this.Cairns birdwing,Blue ul ...

VegaNano
Junior Contributor
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Lots of mature produce CHILLIES,BASILS,PARSLEYS,TUMERIC,GINGER,CAPSAICUM,SHALLOTS.    

BrendanB
Budding Contributor
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pepsp
Established Contributor
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Hi all. I’ve been contemplating a deck and new retaining walls and pergola for some years but have been putting it off. Now I’m keen for some inspir ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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A clothesline deck is something different but in this case it worked perfect.As there is an ants nest directly underneath and Instead of disrupting th ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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Hi all. We have finally completed our backyard makeover after doing a bunch of smaller projects to bring it together.There will always be more adju ...

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
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When we purchased our house old mate turned off the sprinklers as soon as he moved in after building. Over the 2 years we've brought back the front ya ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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Started another planter box today. I've added some seating to it and have gone for a zen type of design. This is Part B.. nearly complete. Few more de ...

TomY
New Contributor
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Hi all, I'm looking for landscaping ideas for my backyard in south-east QLD. You can see in the photo that there's a retaining wall running down the l ...

shazz28
Occasional Browser
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        Hello there, I’m new to this community and just need some advice regarding levelling my lawn in the back yard. Most of it is levelled exce ...

DashandSumana
New Contributor
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Whats the best way to dig the side area of my garden which is a mixture of stones, dead weeds and mud so we can lay down some half decent paving and h ...

Pantha1
Newbie
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Hello,I'd like to install my 1.8mtr plastic matrix decor panels ( x4) directly onto my colourbond fence. They will be place in the middle of the sheet ...

amclaughlin09
Budding Contributor
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Good morning guys, looking for advice on setting up a ball stop net. We have a raised fence on the upper boundary, which is pretty high which stops ba ...

Dianet
Occasional Browser
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Need to grown lawn   Dogs digging hasn't helped Whats best to grow in Brisbane easy and without braking the bank Very sandy soil

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
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Made from left over treated pine sleepers, sanded smooth on the top to reveal the beautiful grain. Cut to size to fit the planter trough and joined us ...

fhk56
Budding Contributor
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A small decorative wooden wheelbarrow for the garden. Simple design and easily made out of 8 fence palings. (100x1800mm treated pine). Not sure i ...

Lolly
Budding Contributor
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Hello I am looking for a concrete paving paint that basically is a stain that will provide a wet look but still the water will be able to get into the ...

Alicia
Established Contributor
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Shannon
Experienced Contributor
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