Landscape & Garden Design
What's between your garage door and fence?
Huggy, I'd chuck in some organic compost and some bentonite clay maybe some rock minerals. Get some tubestock Grevillea Gin Gin Gem and there is an idea for that spot.…
Please recommend a good landscaper in Eastern Suburbs
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BeatrixKiddoEmpire Zoysia Lawn Brown in Winter HELP
21 August 2011
Yeah Fu its a schizo grass, obviously it has great cold hardiness in the right situation. The areas in my yard that get frosted are actually greener than the protected…
TheGardenWhispererExciting News for Perth - Peter Cundall is coming !!!!!
18 August 2011
I was going to post this last night but got too tired and went to bed. I just had the details up on my screen to copy in A massive thanks for posting this and also for…
TheGardenWhispererRiverstone sources Western Australia
14 August 2011
As big a trip as it would be, it will pay for itself Maybe hire a small truck for the day to do it, much safer than towing a trailer loaded with stone over such a long…
SteveBuildWhat to plant on top of retaining wall? Not much sun
12 August 2011
Ring I'll have a look into the bamboo. I know it grows super fast
StartingOutPls help identify these weeds/grasses coming up through turf
11 August 2011
However, for a lawn area using bags of compost is not going to come anywhere near suitable for the job. You'll need it in…
Re: Paving complete! - now for backyard design NEW PIC
Fu - is that a copper pipe running down the wall for the irrigation run off? This is what my dad told me to do but the garden lady at Mitre10…
Landscape and Garden design ideas for Cottage Block
How big will these Lilly Pilly plants grow? Leave in pots?
Also choose a pot you can them out of. So make sure the top isn't narrower than the middle They will need repotting every few years.
Bagheerademo and rebuild - what to keep from the garden
7 August 2011
Hi ChristineX I've done the same exercise - have around 30 roses I dug out and re-potted - Seasol is a must. I had to dig them out end of summer - not the best time.…
Cheapest retaining wall - ugly is okay!
Be aware of the heavy metals that leach from tyres. A dry stone wall can be cost effective but time consuming. Look good. Gabion walls are also quite good and cost effective.