Landscape & Garden Design
Jun 23, 2009 10:10 pm
Sandstone masonary in Sydney
thanks outdoor assets.
I figured I was better off doing the real wall instead.
PS any recommendations for stonemason?
Jun 25, 2009 1:34 pm
Great You want to landscape.
look at all your options first,
What type of garden e.g native,exotic,Mediterranean etc.
what soil type you have
location north south east or…
With the above plants these just are not an issue.
It isn't like we are planting a Tuart tree nearby.
When garden beds are against the house you do need to be mindfull of…
Unusual Boundary Fence Question
we used to live in sydney, and share our back fence with now good friends of ours (25yrs on!) we had a pool in our backyard and they had a excellent bbq area worked out…
I also agree with the sensitive root system. I think that the Seasol etc, is the best chance also. You may be lucky and get new Spring growth. I think it's worth putting…
Dog / Pet friendly gardens
A friend's dog got sick from the grapevine at their friend's house, though I did know that grapes are bad for dogs. Another friend has seen a…
retaining wall ideas please ?
I went with the Archistone wall blocks (500 x 250 x 200 65kg ea)with the bevelled edge, they look great with bullnosing on top. I worked in…
Capsicum From Kitchen Table Seed?
Sorry Paul. I have no idea what you are talking about. You are talking of people passed away, I am talking Horticulture. Did I miss something?
I am using offspring of the last, last, years spuds
Just leave some in the ground, they wont grow.
Front garden issues
Does anyone know - for us down south (and in frost) - we would use choisya for hedging instead of murrayas - for similar effect (growth, perfume etc)??
Why thank you there, Buzz. I like variety. Hate mail/love mail that sort of thing (assuming you're being genuine). You see Buzz (you don't mind me calling you by your…
Thanks Haywgl. My friend is thinking of getting it, but her dog is normal (not insane). Your dog sounds like my old dog - she's 12 now but when she was little she was…
They aren't Aussie plants though Diosmas will grow in shade and they go greener they just need lots of clipping. But so will any hedge at first.
Jul 11, 2009 10:19 pm
Jul 12, 2009 11:23 pm
Top of retaining walls
If you wanted to prevent falling a hedge is not you answer. You might get a similar result by setting up a fence with treated pine poles as posts and run lengths of wire…
We've been tree planting!
Jo K Said
We are situated between Adelaide & Melbourne. Adelaide side
Just don;t plant and of those yellow leaved Gum trees will you …
Wow thanks Fu!
That PDF has soooooooo much good information in it!! Looks like I wasn't even feeding my worms enough to begin with before they all died in the heat.
Soil improvement enquiry
Phosphorus sensitivity is only applicable to native plants that are Proteaceae. Even then not all are as sensitive as others. try blood and bone that is just blood and…
Building a Bottle wall
Spoke about this this evening. A few suggested searching Youtube for a how to
There was one on around the world in 80 gardens with Monty Don and they can be viewed on ABC…
Plants for along fence line....courtyard
Fu, yup both suppliers that I used had both of them, one had the cherry sensation and the other the Electric Pink, they are very bright for an australis, similar in colour…
Ohh Yeah! How good would they be
Beautiful. Also try some aquilegia. They should do really well
You will need to copy and paste these names into google and search…