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nuwa
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nuwa
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June 2020

Thank you very much @Noelle I will try that. Thank you again

nuwa
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June 2020

 The area with rubbish (workbench etc) is the area i was thinking about

nuwa
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June 2020

Hi @Jason Im in South Australia - Newton (12 km away from Adelaide City). I have googled and went through websites on gardening, But all requires few ...

nuwa
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June 2020

HiI was just wondering whether there's anything I can plant under full shade (basically on sides of my patio) in this time. I have some spare timber, ...

nuwa
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June 2020

HiThanks for you reply.. Yes, I could hardly get a good photo because I could not reach properly. Anyway I will go with an engineering firm

nuwa
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June 2020

Hi @MitchellMc Thank you for your reply. I took some photos and noticed roof is truss type and the cross beams are not lying on top of walls (as I can ...

nuwa
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May 2020

Hi@Jason Is anyone out there who can identify Load bearing / not if I upload some photosI am going to get professional help, but just want to have an ...

nuwa
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April 2020

oh. sorry. Just saw there s a similar post on discussion.. apologies

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Noelle
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June 2020

Hi @nuwa You could try shade-loving hosta, hellebore, liriope, heuchera, ajuga, begonia (including tuberous begonia), lamium, even some succulents. ...

Community Manager Jason
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June 2020

Thanks for the extra information @nuwa. Let me tag resident horticulturalists @Noelle and @Adam_W to see if they might like to share some plant su ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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June 2020

Hi @nuwa, It would be helpful for our members if you could take some images of the area, draw a plan with rooms dimensions and provide us with some ...

Ben
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We recently moved into a new home and were fortunate to have the entire block landscaped... except for the rear yard area. At around 25m wide, and 12 ...

NighthawkNZ
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April 2020

Kia Ora everyone.A newbie to this site, but not really a newbie woodworker/maker. I didn’t even know this community existed... But I thought just a qu ...

BIM_Engineer
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March 2018

Hi @recon13Firstly, determine what type of roof structure you haveTry Using a broom to lift the manhole cover up , if its too dark to see, attach/tap ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April 2020

Hi @nuwa. Have you tried Yates 40g Natures Way Caterpillar Killer Dipel Insecticide? Everyone I have ever recommended this to has come back in-store ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April 2020

Hi @nuwa. Let me tag @kel so they are notified of your question. CCA treated timber is suitable for garden beds. If you would like to grow vegetab ...

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nuwa
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June 2020

Thank you very much @Noelle I will try that. Thank you again

nuwa
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June 2020

HiThanks for you reply.. Yes, I could hardly get a good photo because I could not reach properly. Anyway I will go with an engineering firm

nuwa
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April 2020

Hey @Jason and allIm Nuwa, A Sri Lankan immigrant. Still in the garden project i started back in October.. Slowly completing it when i have a time of ...

nuwa
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April 2020

Thanks for the reply. I had a look at sleepers yesterday at bunnings. But 50mm is bit too thick for me as I am not looking for a bigger planter boxes. ...

nuwa
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January 2020

yes i wanted to use them as there were no takers even for freeanyway cause it looks bit ugly i'lm thinking of covering from pallet timber and hope wi ...

nuwa
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January 2020

helll all,back to update. Ive done attached. still 20% done. hard to find time for this work as income is more important and my grinder broke

nuwa
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November 2019

Thanks for the reply. Yes that's a good option. I wanted to have bit more height on it (actually planned doing two different height beds) but this mad ...

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