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Neo19
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6 hours ago

Hi @varununi H4 treated sleepers like this or this (considered safer for use to grow edible plants) are used for making raised garden beds. Othe ...

Neo19
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7 hours ago

Thank you for your very helpful suggestions @EricL. Countersinking certainly solves the problem. Finally some work for those larger spade bits sitting ...

Neo19
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Hi Everyone, With the confidence and knowledge that I have gained from building my first deck a couple of years ago, I've started building a second de ...

Neo19
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2 replies
Saturday

Looks fantastic! Great job there @Nham How wide is that little patch of dirt between your pathway and neighbour's retaining wall? Are you going do so ...

Neo19
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a week ago

@nnaa8287 No problem. Happy to share whatever I have learned. 1) Do you have a picture of the structured frame without the merbau? 2) Which part of ...

Neo19
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2 weeks ago

@nnaa8287 Hot Dipped Galvanized Hex Head Bolt and nut - For attaching joists to the angle bracketDynabolt Plus Hex Nut Bolt - For securing angle brac ...

Neo19
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2 weeks ago

@MitchellMc you are being very modest there! No doubt, you'll do a spectacular job!Would be keen to see pictures..

Neo19
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2 weeks ago

Hi @MitchellMc Yes the deck's rock solid and looking almost as good as the the day it became ready! I've started another little deck for the front por ...

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
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yesterday

Hello @Neo19 Thank you so much for sharing your next low-level deck project. Would it be possible for you to finish the framing plan so we can see ...

Nham
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The side path of the house was one of those projects we wanted to do for a long time. It was a very narrow area, overgrown with weeds, and it seeme ...

Itai
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a month ago

Hey @Neo19 Thanks for the reply. You actually make a really good point about persistant lawn. I might actually put some plastic edging down into the g ...

robchin
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi all.Sorry I've come to this late - I think the advice given on how to help this plant along is good advice. It is a hungry plant and needs to be po ...

BradN
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a month ago

@Neo19 @MitchellMc Hi guys. I'm not sure quite how knowledgeable I am! But like Mitchell said, I would only perform one stressful action at a time. La ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
2 replies
a month ago

@Neo19, @BradN might like to give you their opinion as they're very knowledgeable. In my experience, you should limit your stressful actions to on ...

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Neo19
Experienced Contributor
6 hours ago

Hi @varununi H4 treated sleepers like this or this (considered safer for use to grow edible plants) are used for making raised garden beds. Othe ...

Neo19
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
Saturday

Looks fantastic! Great job there @Nham How wide is that little patch of dirt between your pathway and neighbour's retaining wall? Are you going do so ...

Neo19
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

thank you @BradN and @robchin. Have re-potted the same and now the waiting game! @robchin Sorry, I don't have any images of the flower. A google sear ...

Neo19
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi @Itai Thanks I’ve done a One sleeper garden bed before where I’ve used sleepers in concrete as posts. However, I have found using retain it posts ...

Neo19
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Thank you @MitchellMc

Neo19
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3 replies
a month ago

Thank you @MitchellMc

Neo19
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5 replies

Hi Everyone, Here is a raised garden bed I have recently built which become a herb garden. For the garden bed, I have used the following: Ret ...

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