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pjturner2008
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February

I got mine from a toy shop but apparently KMart sells them at a much cheaper price although they are not as life-like.

pjturner2008
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January

I really like this set up. One question. Is there enough soil in the hanging pots to support a wide range of veggies?

pjturner2008
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November

I grow my carrots in a plastic raised garden bed from Bunnings (only $29.95 and about 90 X 40 cm). Carrots like to germinate in the dark so I sow fair ...

pjturner2008
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April 2020

These are lovely and I am sure your sister will love them. I don't think I would use treated timber in raised garden beds for growing food crops. I kn ...

pjturner2008
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April 2020

RosieW... You are not alone in having difficulty with growing passionfruit. I am in Brisbane, supposedly the best climate for them, but I did all of t ...

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April 2020

Whether we like it or not possums are a native animal and are protected in Australia. They are by no means as big a problem here as they are in New Ze ...

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TheSaltyreefer
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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 ...

Noelle
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September

Hi @Andy_J @rattle is right about the soil but the most important thing is to not fertilise the soil immediately before growing carrots. They are ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

Hi @JadeS, Lemons are often grafted to Flying Dragon Citrus trifoliata, which is selected for its vigour, pest and disease resistance, and heat an ...

Dark
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October 2019

Hey thereWhen i laid my grass 2 yrs ago i had no idea what i was getting into. Lawn sort of became a hobbie for me. I started off with a 4 stroke rota ...

greygardener
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May 2017

Used the new mower for the first time on the weekend. It is fantastic. So light and easy to maneuver. No fumes and very quiet. The grass was a little ...

Stuardo
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I wanted a Buffet for the dining room but couldn't find one the right size. This old chest of drawers was close to the size so I converted it from 3 l ...

asifkhawaja
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Recently, I turned my boring ugly backyard into an amazing sitting area using the brand new Ekodeck decking. Here are a few photos of the different st ...

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pjturner2008
Budding Contributor
February

I got mine from a toy shop but apparently KMart sells them at a much cheaper price although they are not as life-like.

pjturner2008
Budding Contributor
2 replies
November

I grow my carrots in a plastic raised garden bed from Bunnings (only $29.95 and about 90 X 40 cm). Carrots like to germinate in the dark so I sow fair ...

pjturner2008
Budding Contributor
April 2020

These are lovely and I am sure your sister will love them. I don't think I would use treated timber in raised garden beds for growing food crops. I kn ...

pjturner2008
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2 replies
April 2020

RosieW... You are not alone in having difficulty with growing passionfruit. I am in Brisbane, supposedly the best climate for them, but I did all of t ...

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