Landscape & Garden Design
SteveMcLandscaping and highly reactive clay - prevent ground movt
Having had a similar build on piers/posts/bearers I share your concerns. Avoid any possible water movement to your piers/posts and your all good. In my case I had piers in…
KnockItDownMy Landscaping Journey - All Pics back in place. 12/08/2017
Hi, Sorry for the slow reply, I took them out before laying the pavers.
trimumLandscape design - KDR (sekisui house ) Burbank - ST George
We have used retractable clothes lines lots of times in the U.K. they worked really well! We didn’t consider them this time though because we really liked the fold down…
sparky_JsPGarden lighting brand?
Super light are great products and have used them many times https://superlight.com.au/exterior-landscape-lighting/
BrownDog77Newcastle House-landscaping - veggies, general trial + error
Wow Cat you garden looks fantastic! Look at those pumpkins ❤️
gwu69Build over Easement dilemma, Any Suggestions?
We have a 1.83m Easement along the west boundary, try to apply for BOE consent from council in order to build a masonry fence with wrought iron infills. However, council…
rogerwilcoRaised terrace landscaping - your thoughts on this sketch
Hi folks, I'd love your thoughts about this concept sketch I've put together for landscaping to a raised terrace at the front of our home. See sketches attached. Like…
gillybeanHelp on backyard - are we making the right choice of house?
Agreed. The last thing you want after cooking a meal is to eat it in an adjacent dining area.
Have you done a forum search? Melbourne Water website is informative. https://www.melbournewater.com.au/commu ... aingardens
Mikes005How to build a retaining wall between house stumps
Hi all We'll be filling in some of the building cut from around out house, which means we'll have to put retaining walls there, but I have no idea how to approach…
onewhitePittosporum hedge - can we sell or just cut it down?
Thanks I haven't advertised yet, as we are in the very early stages of figuring out what we want to do with the backyard and I wanted to gauge interest in whether we…
GaudiPruning Fig Tree - how to
https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible ... -trees.htm Best time to prune is winter in Melbourne after the short but delicious fruiting season is well and truly over.