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  A new old trailer for the garden. Glen can remember when he was around 12 years old going with his Dad Alby to Kinglake, to pick up his first tra ...

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A Big shout out to @cyclonetools for their fantastic customer service The telescopic shears that I have been using for years, to mass prune my roses a ...

LisasGarden
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Thank you. Yes Glen had to cut them down, but next time will get the smaller lengths. We had actually thrown out some years ago but picked these up fr ...

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We added a Notting Hill inspired plaque to the park bench that Glen built using merbau palings and old cast iron ends.  

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a month ago

I don’t know much about growing potato’s, but I certainly wouldn’t be using treated pine and would be looking for a safer alternative. The design look ...

LisasGarden
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a month ago

Thanks Mitchell, fingers crossed we’ll be open again soon. 

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                Back in lockdown again we are trying to take advantage of all the spare time! (Hubby’s business has to close in line with gov regulati ...

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  We haven’t done a lot in the garden over the last couple of months . Hubby is still busy cutting up fallen trees and I have just been doing some ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Saturday

What an incredibly sentimental garden feature @LisasGarden. Many thanks for sharing that story with us. I'm so pleased that everything else is also ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

That's awesome, @LisasGarden! Great company, wonderful tools and fantastic customer service, that's what we like to see. Cyclone is always my reco ...

coastie43
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a month ago

Hi Mitchell, When I can get a couple of pallets I plan to start making a raised garden following MitchellMc's suggestions. I'll document my progress.c ...

coastie43
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a month ago

What a wonderful way to be in lockdown.

crazycrisi
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May

With some timber, colour bond edging and some old tin freshly painted I whipped up some raised garden beds.    

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LisasGarden
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  A new old trailer for the garden. Glen can remember when he was around 12 years old going with his Dad Alby to Kinglake, to pick up his first tra ...

LisasGarden
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1 reply

A Big shout out to @cyclonetools for their fantastic customer service The telescopic shears that I have been using for years, to mass prune my roses a ...

LisasGarden
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a month ago

Thank you. Yes Glen had to cut them down, but next time will get the smaller lengths. We had actually thrown out some years ago but picked these up fr ...

LisasGarden
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2 replies

We added a Notting Hill inspired plaque to the park bench that Glen built using merbau palings and old cast iron ends.  

LisasGarden
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a month ago

I don’t know much about growing potato’s, but I certainly wouldn’t be using treated pine and would be looking for a safer alternative. The design look ...

LisasGarden
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a month ago

Thanks Mitchell, fingers crossed we’ll be open again soon. 

LisasGarden
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6 replies

                Back in lockdown again we are trying to take advantage of all the spare time! (Hubby’s business has to close in line with gov regulati ...

LisasGarden
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1 reply

  We haven’t done a lot in the garden over the last couple of months . Hubby is still busy cutting up fallen trees and I have just been doing some ...

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