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jeanette01
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jeanette01
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June 2016

Thanks everyone for your helpful tips,I sure will I'm thinking of using compost,seasol with conditioners & water savers

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I'm trying to sat up some native & tropical garden beds. I'm in SE Qld,my soil is ROCK hard clay literally can't turn it over have to dig my planti ...

jeanette01
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May 2016

Thanks Bluebec,Ive also heard of it & it spreads a fair way so I'm lead to believe,im hunting that one down

jeanette01
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May 2016

Thanks CathD,I also have some grevillea's I love them

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I'm trying to I courage more wild birds into our acerage by growing flowering natives to our bird sanctuary area,but I need some ideas in NON invasive ...

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darylhewston
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May 2016

Hi @jeanette01, I came across this the other day. http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s972701.htm it may help a bit. Also try http://www.yates.com ...

greygardener
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May 2016

@jeanette01 As Daryl has suggested, you will want to buy bags of gypsum to help break down your clay soil. There is also a product that you can spray ...

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jeanette01
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1 reply
June 2016

Thanks everyone for your helpful tips,I sure will I'm thinking of using compost,seasol with conditioners & water savers

jeanette01
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10 replies

I'm trying to sat up some native & tropical garden beds. I'm in SE Qld,my soil is ROCK hard clay literally can't turn it over have to dig my planti ...

jeanette01
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7 replies

I'm trying to I courage more wild birds into our acerage by growing flowering natives to our bird sanctuary area,but I need some ideas in NON invasive ...

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