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October 2019
trayzee67
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I am a homeowner of a Tongue and Groove Home which i inherited and is over 50 years old. I live with my 3 cats who keep me company and would be lost without. I generally have to get Tradies in to do the most Simple job, only as I do not have the proper tools etc or knowledge, therefore I dont have a lot of $$ to do extra things to house, I can only stick to basics, which drives me nuts, i used to love watching all the Diy shows thinking i could do them . LOL. Suprise Suprise. !! Love looking at all designs , but always know I cant DIY as home was built by Father and home does not have normal measurements , as you would buy in etc Bunnings. and home is on a slant!! And massive yard, to large for one person to maintain. But I keep battling on an am Thankful that i have a home I own and roof over my head. Im just a low maintence person, in all areas of my life. Yes sounds boring and Bland, but am Inspired by what all of you are creating & love it at. XX
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trayzee67
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October 2019

Just Brilliant.

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September 2018

trayzee67,Im really enjoying all the input everyone is giving each other , and its cetainly helping myself, I never realized how Difficult it is to se ...

trayzee67
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4 replies
September 2018

Hi POPPINS, thanks for the tip, Im thiking same as you Red ROBIN. but im just not sure if they can tolerate the heat and -4 temps we get also we hav ...

trayzee67
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September 2018

HI Grey Gardener , Many thanks for your reply.. yes I have looked at these on Bunnings Page too. I shall be having a good look at some of these in t ...

trayzee67
Junior Contributor
September 2018

HI Ahoy please find pics of Fence (redone) and some plants i have no idea what they are called, hoping someone could identify them for me. Have trie ...

trayzee67
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September 2018

Hi allHere are the fence Pictures You requested, and I also have posted some piics of Plants , that i have no idea what they are called? Bunnings no h ...

trayzee67
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September 2018

Hi Ahoy, Thanks for your idea. yes i shall post a pic of the new fence i hired men to make. Would love to hide neighbours area. shall post with in a ...

trayzee67
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August 2018

Hi @greygardener. Many Many thanks for your insight and knowlege, it is much appreciated. I actually have thought about a front hedge, but i really ...

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greygardener
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June 2017

Camellias are hardy and grow well pretty much anywhere in Australia. They certainly do well in Melbourne and have a really long flowering season. They ...

Nic1979
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June 2017

Thank you. Will look at camelias and murrayas. Not sure the red photinia would work as its a red brick house. Are camelias easy to grow and care for? ...

Poppop
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May

Adam_W
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3 replies
June 2018

Hey @Kermit great question,This really comes down to a few things;- present state of the garden- size of the garden- type of weedsI’m going to digress ...

CathD
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May 2016

Whereabouts are you @jeanette01? I would plant grevilleas. Birds love them and they are beautiful, flowering for most of the year. Grevilleas are also ...

Brad
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July 2018

An expert says it's easy... http://gardenerscott.blogspot.com/2011/09/propagating-groundcovers.html I have the verge to plant out in my spare time? On ...

Community Manager Jason
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July 2018

Great to see you join in the discussion and make your first post @yng7. Welcome to the Workshop community. I trust you will get lots of helpful advice ...

Adam_W
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July 2018

Hi @yng7Welcome to Workshop! First photo (with stripy leaves) the plants on the left are ribbon or spider grass. Very easy to grow, in-fact can go wee ...

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trayzee67
Junior Contributor
October 2019

Just Brilliant.

trayzee67
Junior Contributor
1 reply
September 2018

trayzee67,Im really enjoying all the input everyone is giving each other , and its cetainly helping myself, I never realized how Difficult it is to se ...

trayzee67
Junior Contributor
4 replies
September 2018

Hi POPPINS, thanks for the tip, Im thiking same as you Red ROBIN. but im just not sure if they can tolerate the heat and -4 temps we get also we hav ...

trayzee67
Junior Contributor
3 replies
September 2018

Hi Ahoy, Thanks for your idea. yes i shall post a pic of the new fence i hired men to make. Would love to hide neighbours area. shall post with in a ...

trayzee67
Junior Contributor
1 reply
August 2018

Hi @greygardener. Many Many thanks for your insight and knowlege, it is much appreciated. I actually have thought about a front hedge, but i really ...

trayzee67
Junior Contributor
August 2018

I love this Idea, Definitly something I definitly feel confident to try. Thanks so much for sharing. Great Ideas Victoria.

trayzee67
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July 2017

Hello, all members, just wanted to say Hello and Im happy to be on board. I think i will be getting ideas from others. Most projects seem to need 2 or ...

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