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Kate23
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Kate23
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October 2019

@Bundaboy Bluestone rounds are quarried and cut from boulders, so they are a natural product and each one is unique.

Kate23
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October 2019

Hi @crazycath66 Sorry I haven't responded to your question until now. Do you still need help? Laying the rounds was really easy. We used a mortar mix ...

Kate23
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August 2018

Kate23
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June 2018

Bluestone rounds are pretty easy to find at most stone suppliers. You'll pay $30-60 per round depending on their size. We used a ratio of 1 part conc ...

Kate23
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June 2018

Many thanks for your suggestions Adam. Much appreciated.

Kate23
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June 2018

Thanks Adam. I’m in Melbourne with a backyard to the east of the house. The screening plants should get plenty of sun all year round but the ground co ...

Kate23
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I am looking for ideas for screening plants and also ground cover. The ground cover would be between our bluestone rounds that we've put down to rep ...

Kate23
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For my first post I thought I'd share our current garden project. Our backyard has lots of lovely trees but it gets a lot of shade and we have an ener ...

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Community Manager Jason
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June 2018

@Kate23 Thanks for joining in. You might be interested in these previous Workshop discussions: https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garden/Ground-cover- ...

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Kate23
Budding Contributor
October 2019

Hi @crazycath66 Sorry I haven't responded to your question until now. Do you still need help? Laying the rounds was really easy. We used a mortar mix ...

Kate23
Budding Contributor
2 replies
August 2018

Kate23
Budding Contributor
June 2018

Bluestone rounds are pretty easy to find at most stone suppliers. You'll pay $30-60 per round depending on their size. We used a ratio of 1 part conc ...

Kate23
Budding Contributor
2 replies
June 2018

Thanks Adam. I’m in Melbourne with a backyard to the east of the house. The screening plants should get plenty of sun all year round but the ground co ...

Kate23
Budding Contributor
5 replies

I am looking for ideas for screening plants and also ground cover. The ground cover would be between our bluestone rounds that we've put down to rep ...

Kate23
Budding Contributor
23 replies

For my first post I thought I'd share our current garden project. Our backyard has lots of lovely trees but it gets a lot of shade and we have an ener ...

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