Landscape & Garden Design
jimmalenkoI need a privacy fence that lets the breeze through
4 June 2010
A 1.8m high solid fence ie. colorbond isn't going to completely stop the wind from entering the space behind ... it will simply sweep up and over it.
Great Outdoors Landscaping -Mandurah W.A
Great Outdoors Landscaping are members of the LIA of WA. I haven't heard of them professionally, but our webmaster has. Great Outdoors Landscaping have spent a few bucks…
Show us you’re landscaping and help inspire people
Plenty of inspirational photos in my signature. You'll have to forgive our listing at homeone; yet to update it with some project photos. But they're on the way.
Orange Jasmine very SICK - Please HELP, Fu !!!!!!!!!!!!
Na swear it every time you walk past it but stiil look after the soil
Help !! My newly laid lawn has moss and fungus
Why wouldn't I respond? Your lawn will look like poo but bare with it and keep going with the methods you have used. I would be inclined right now to stick to the…
For water wise plants there really is only one place to look. The reason is the guy who put this together is one of Australia's best water consultants. His knowledge has…
Magnolia - Kay Parris / Teddy Bear / Little Gem
All the flowers have varrying sizes throughout the year. They are all so much the same it would come down to what you can get your hands on. Kay Paris is my choice of the…
When's the best time of the year to plant trees and shrubs?
autumn winter and early spring at a pinch. It's always amazed me how we don't recognise in Australia we have more than 4 seasons in most places and that we still follow…
Australian native plants to attract birds for clayish soil
Some of the most qualified plant suggestions in Australia. The author knows what they are saying that's for sure http://www.zanthorrea.com/info/Bird_Att ... Plants.pdf
Shrubs & small trees that grow well in clay soil
organic blood and bone - how much is too much
If you planted a mop top then be prepared to have problems with suckers. These are renowned to be aggressive suckerers and are now days only grown and sold by nurseries…
What is that type of pot for?
Those sorts of pots are for people to buy and think how pretty they are They are not made because you can grow something in them We see it every day with plant problems…