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This looks great! I've been wanting to put one together for some time now. Anyone have suggestions on location. I've heard concerns of smell and such if you locate too close to the home. Full sunligth best? We have used this method for making compost bins for about 6 years and it...
I have some pallet planks & posts to build my first composter ? What paint do I use to stop the wood rotting over the years As the pallets are usually free I've not bothered to paint mine and eventually as they rot they will end up as part
Hi. We are moving into a new house and part of the largish garden is fenced with 6x6 panels and the remainder bordered with a lowish hedge made of, we think, beech.My question is if we put up fence panels as tight as we can against the hedge will it continue to grow and seriously...
where we built the pondless waterfall hi all,here are some photos of a pondless waterfall we built for a buddy of mine last summerponddigger hi dug out hole for the reservoir.used clay to build up for the waterfall hi pond liner and underlay
hi ,i am going to build a pond and waterfall.i was thinking of building the american way.did any body one using this method.i live in ireland. yours jack Hi Ponddigger What is "the american way"? Garden Paddler hi jenny,they use a pond skimmer and a
Hi! I have sufficient old crazy paving slabs (ex council) to build a low wall, no more than 4 slabs high. This will act as the front of a rose bed and whilst it will do a limited amount of soil retaining, I am confident it won't need mortar
of goodness). My favourite plant at this time of year is a magnificent Parthenocissus that covers an old building nearby.I like to go there every few days to watch the leaves change from deep green to pink and yellow and deep dark red. It is a truly
Just back from a long weekend in the village of Croscombe, in Somerset between Wells and Shepton Mallet, where The Landmark Trust has a fabulous 15th century building (Old Hall) to rent. Like so many holiday lets, the small garden could not really
The final build up to the Chelsea Flower Show has started. It's become something of a tradition to open the herb farm to the public the weekend before Chelsea. Visitors who aren't going to the show can see the display plants and it's a great boost
Could garden plants reduce your winter heating bills? Some interesting research has been conducted at the University of Sheffield and by other organisations around the world that highlights the value of trees and plants surrounding buildings