Landscape & Garden Design
sunxiaoxuan23926Perth - Plant suggestions for NW facing narrow side of house
3 July 2016
I have will have the same issue . Our tooth path is going to be 1.2 meters on each side. I found these in Bunnings .
yvonnehOptions for covering ugly limestone wall at the back
29 June 2016
I like the limestone too!
Josh604Landscaping package in new estate without bobcat service?
13 June 2016
Rainbow stone is the most expensive around. Direct from our quarry in gosnells you are looking at $145 per tonne ex-pit. Then you have the markup the garden centre would…
Dani_JFixing gaps under colorbond fence - anyone used this?
25 May 2016
That would be great Homehandyman. Never mind the paranoid people on here!
HomeAngelsPlant Selection Help for My Backyard Project
9 May 2016
I like the plants that are in your designs on the first page! You should take those images to a garden nursery, they should point you in the right direction
pisceanHardenbergia comptoniana - How far spaced to hide fence?
9 April 2016
There are probably a lot out there that aren't quite as large and vigorous as the comptoniana. Just from experience alone though, I like the star jasmine (non native)…
HomeAngelsHelp needed selecting plants for new garden - Perth WA
1 April 2016
I'd like to see a photo
Pants001What is the best approach at landscaping?
28 January 2016
anyone who could help me with this please? Thanks. Skull try this bloke, he will quote you for just a plan Then you can get prices from him and other landscapers or do…
Stewie Dcourtyard outdoor inspiration
18 December 2015
If you have a look at the Houzz website and type in small courtyard you get this... http://www.houzz.com.au/photos/query/Sm ... ard/nqrwns Stewie
wrexterFertigator/venturi/liquid fertiliser injector
2 December 2015
Digging up an old thread here, i would like to intall a fertigation setup fo rmy rear landscaping. I will have 2 stations (one for garden beds & one for lawn) and would…
DukecaddyWhere to start with repairing poor lawn
1 December 2015
Agree with Stewie, read Fu's guide. As a minimum you'd want to top dress with compost and maybe add some bentonite, zeolite & spongolite to the top dress, then run an…
Andrew37Backyard in the desert with some complications
19 October 2015
Gday. No water restrictions and other people have grass. Fake turf will get too hot imo. Garden beds is something im thinking about. Thanks for the reply!
1960sModernistHomeDepth of retic and electrical conduits under paving
7 October 2015
Personally, if it were my house I would be happy enough to lay it at the bottom of the road base - but I would use orange rigid HD PVC conduit. I'd put danger tape just…
Treeseachangersmall tree that blooms (or a beauty) in winter
4 October 2015
Yes. The wattle, as bashworth suggested. But if you or your family suffer from hay-fever, don't plant an acacia! Two other yellow flowering trees spring to mind: I have a…
HootieVerge landscaping question - from a non-green thumb person
3 October 2015
Hey all, This might seem a silly question, but we are not people with green thumbs and do not normally DIY so here goes. We have a corner lot with a walkway in front and…
aliazDIY reticulation Master Valve wiring question
3 September 2015
Hi, I am planning on doing my own retic. Although I have a question regarding wiring the master solenoid valve. So the master solenoid valve will be at the water…
Dream_Catchers1.7m or 3m backyard..what can I realistically do?
10 July 2015
Hi Skydroid, Our build will also have a 3m backyard (which i am very disappointed about as this was a deal breaker for us with a young family and dogs). When we signed…
TreeseachangerRaising levels in backyard (on top of clay)
30 May 2015
Hi D_rail, clean fill is not always "clean" but sometimes "recycled" from other sites. Builders do this to save some $$$. Not sure what is available in Perth but have…
HopelessRomanticMolasses and how to use it
24 May 2015
Fu Manchu...Thank you for this amazing advice. My whole garden will need a huge boost after we build the extension. I have consulted with our builder to shield my plants…