Landscape & Garden Design
The Garden WhispererAll Australian Native garden - anyone attempted it?
4 April 2009
Not a fan of the Acmena smithii for a hedge because of the pest problems associated with them. There is only a few effective sprays available to treat the psyllids. They…
The Garden WhispererWhat's better than a bargain?
6 April 2009
You'd love my back garden, I got loads and loads of plants I need to get rid of potentially for free But I probably won't I will be donating a whole bunch to a mate…
stonecutter1309Sapphire Fine Soft Leaf Buffalo - Is this a good grass?
6 April 2009
How much area are you turfing? $10/m2 seems excessive - does that include laying charge? I'd go for Empire Zoysia personally - less maintenance and finer leaf.
donna_pNows the time to go Colourful Deciduous tree shopping!
8 April 2009
I love my Lagerstroemia indica 'Tuscarora'. It looks great through the warmer months and gets wonderful reddish flowers in late Summer. As crepe…
The Garden WhispererLandscaping ideas for acreage?
8 April 2009
Please don't buy plants from the markets. Those places are responsible for the spread of weed problems, the sale and illegal propagation of copyrighted plant varieties,…
HelynCan someone please help me identify some of these?
10 April 2009
catcat, you should add your location to your profile Yes, I know clivieas can grow in cool shady spots in Adelaide, my dad has grown them and they are beautiful, but I…
shmoogirlDIY planter boxes - hypertufa or plaster of paris?
13 April 2009
Thanks a lot everyone - looks like it will be hypertufa Unless there are any other alternatives I ought to explore. I really like the idea of reconstituted sandstone but…
gurlistarCan someone help with plants / trees along fence line?
14 April 2009
that sand needs some work too! Give Gayle or Phil a ring at Gardeners Direct 1m3 of that stuff will send their garden nuts I can assure you…
The Garden WhispererRecommend a WEED KILLER - Stupid Rental Gardens
15 April 2009
The Glypho products are salty so that is why the cats and dogs love it. Ultimately it will make them thirsty and that is all. Maybe a tummy ache but hardly serious.
The Garden WhispererI found your folding rake... I think :)
18 April 2009
The Garden WhispererCalling greenthumbs - Saving a Frangipani
20 April 2009
not now for cuttings. The winter is approaching and the roots won't form so well, if at all at worse. If you can get all the roots out then you might be good to do now at…