Oct 08, 2010 1:18 am
Folks over the years I have noticed that many of you get stuck in this forum and tend to post landscape topics relating to your homes in here either as a separate thread or as something included in your current build thread. It would be such a good thing to have the part of your building journey involving plants and landscaping opened up to so many more people. I don't frequent this forum so much and by posting in here you are missing out on one hell of a landscape and horticultural brains trust. The likes of which you may never really know.
Our landscapes believe it or not, have an enormous impact on the cities we live in and we want you to not only reduce that impact but also make sure it becomes a garden you are not a slave to and isn't going to burn a hole in your pocket. it is easy, it is doable
Re: Posting landscape topics3
Oct 16, 2010 8:11 pm
Even a quick title with a link to the relavent section of your build thread. Something that links the info and sets it in the correct forum.
Also the same can be said of many other topics relating to other forums.
Post a link in the kitchen section relating to your kitchen in your build, post a link in the bathroom section to include what is happening in your build.
Re: Posting landscape topics4
Oct 22, 2011 8:53 am
scroll down. see all the forum sections. Look for Outdoors and you will find the landscape subheading.
Re: Posting landscape topics5
Feb 22, 2015 9:42 am
I came here to find a quick way to get there... but since no one has posted a direct link to the Landscaping Topic area I will
Re: Posting landscape topics6
Feb 01, 2017 12:11 pm
We have different threads for a reason right guys? Haha! In any case, it's a good reminder to everyone to try and post things in the right place so that we can get the appropriate responses to our questions I should think that there's a number of other channels and even social media pages that we could pose our questions to if we spend a little time with our friend Mr Google too....
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