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Thank you @MitchellMc will get started this weekend and will share results progressively.ThanksPartha

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yesterday

Hi @MitchellMc Thanks heaps. I am looking to create a sanctuary for birds and bees. Thank you so much for your suggestions on plant and feature choice ...

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Hi @EricL and @MitchellMc Hope you are keeping well. I am after some ideas and suggestions. Looking to transform the front lawn to a wild life garden. ...

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3 weeks ago

Many thanks @MitchellMc . Glad I didnt try to get rid of it ! Learning a lot. Thanks again Mitchell.

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Hi @MitchellMc After some help with another plant in the garden. Is this a weed or a plant ? Many Thanks Partha

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3 weeks ago

Thank you so much @MitchellMc . Hope you have been keeping well. That is very helpful. I am torn between whether to plant them or pot them. If I plant ...

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Hi @EricL After some best practice recommendations for growing Acer Palamatum (Japanese Maple). Got 2 young plants in small pots each about 4 ft hi ...

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3 weeks ago

Many thanks @EricL. Much appreciated. ThanksPartha

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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yesterday

@PN, Excellent decision. I'd suggest a birdbath and some flowering natives to start. As soon as you include those, you'll see exponential growth i ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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yesterday

Hi Partha (@PN), I'd be keen to hear about what type of wildlife you'd like to encourage into your garden. Birds and bees would be a great place to ...

robchin
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2 weeks ago

Sorry @EricL missed this. Yes I agree with @PN - most likely an ornamental pear. Possibly Bradford, a Capital or even a Chanticleer. Not a maple.

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Hi Partha @PN, That looks like a Geranium to the right of the image and should flower from spring to late summer. It is not a weed. There looks to ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

@PN, Then you might like to plant them in some larger pots so you can move them around, trying them in different locations. Once you have decided ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Hi Partha @PN, @EricL is taking a well-deserved break but will be back on the site on Monday. I'm sure he'll add to the discussion any additional in ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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3 weeks ago

Hello @PN Looking at that fine blade of grass, it looks like the Coolabah Turf 0.5m² Turf Slab Nullarbor Couch Turf. The other item on your list l ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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3 weeks ago

Hello @PN I suggest repairing the area for the moment using Sir Walter 0.5m² DNA Certified Soft Leaf Buffalo Turf Slab. This will prevent erosion ...

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PN
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yesterday

Thank you @MitchellMc will get started this weekend and will share results progressively.ThanksPartha

PN
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3 weeks ago

Many thanks @MitchellMc . Glad I didnt try to get rid of it ! Learning a lot. Thanks again Mitchell.

PN
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3 weeks ago

Thank you so much @MitchellMc . Hope you have been keeping well. That is very helpful. I am torn between whether to plant them or pot them. If I plant ...

PN
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3 weeks ago

Many thanks @EricL. Much appreciated. ThanksPartha

PN
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3 weeks ago

Hi @EricL thank you so much for confirming the turf type and also the lemon. Great to hear about both and for confirming the grass is not buffalo.Than ...

PN
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3 weeks ago

I have been also advised that it is a Pyrus. The photos below for the Pyrus looks very like what we have! A pear tree - didnt expect that. Open to ex ...

PN
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3 weeks ago

Hi @EricL many thanks; Yes after some advice and information of what can be put noting it is near the patio base and thinking of something that would ...

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4 weeks ago

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