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a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc We dug the whole lot and added compost and premium pot mix. Planted Kalanchoe, Bonita and Gladioli bulbs at the back. Fingers crossed ...

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a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc I have planted Rose and will transplant in another one. I was able to get Kalanchoe, Lavender at bargains from local Bunnings as stor ...

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a month ago

Thanks @MitchellMc I have kept them in a sunny spot and done a bit of pruning, will wait a couple of days for more pruning to see if a few branches d ...

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Hi friends Seeking guidance on what should I be growing on this spot. This spot had couple of year old Japanese maples which had started drying and ...

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Hi all I grew these Carnations from seeds in March last year they and transferee seedling to these pots. I have had 1 plant produce 2 flowers they s ...

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Hi friends I recently renovated these planters and pots (with guidance from workshop). I am trying to decide what should I grow in these planters - ...

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a month ago

Thanks @EricL that will be my next question in workshop what to grow in planters. I will post that separately. I love the help and positivity on works ...

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a month ago

This is what was achieved. Thanks for help.

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Hi @notshyofeffort, Carnations tend to fall over under the weight of their flowers and can require staking. Since you haven't seen many flowers yet, ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a month ago

Hello @notshyofeffort Thank you for sharing your question about painting stone concrete pots. Upcycling your pots with paint is one of the bes ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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July

Hello @notshyofeffort Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you for joining us and sharing your desire to hide your bins with lattice. ...

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notshyofeffort
Junior Contributor
a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc We dug the whole lot and added compost and premium pot mix. Planted Kalanchoe, Bonita and Gladioli bulbs at the back. Fingers crossed ...

notshyofeffort
Junior Contributor
a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc I have planted Rose and will transplant in another one. I was able to get Kalanchoe, Lavender at bargains from local Bunnings as stor ...

notshyofeffort
Junior Contributor
a month ago

Thanks @MitchellMc I have kept them in a sunny spot and done a bit of pruning, will wait a couple of days for more pruning to see if a few branches d ...

notshyofeffort
Junior Contributor
a month ago

Thanks @EricL that will be my next question in workshop what to grow in planters. I will post that separately. I love the help and positivity on works ...

notshyofeffort
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3 replies
a month ago

This is what was achieved. Thanks for help.

notshyofeffort
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a month ago

Thanks @EricL - exterior acrylic paint such as Dulux Weathershield should be fine right?

notshyofeffort
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August

I used Screen Panel Matrix 1200x800mm Vines Matrix * 2 - $49.98 each, advantage I found was felt lot more sturdy. Used 2* Matrix 20 x 20 x 1000mm Ch ...

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August

I was able to finish the job over the weekend. I had a pair of bougainvillea which had outgrown the pot, hopefully they will like the new settings. Th ...

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