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Nadine's Edible Backyard

Joined: 01/12/13 Updated: 01/12/13 Frost:
Location: NE Victoria


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Veggie garden - Thanks Mark, yes I'm big on recycling. All the pine I have is from a friend's renovation. Do you think I should just put the pine beds straight on the concrete with maybe some straw and cardboard underneath the soil?..3244 days 4hrs
Veggie garden - Thanks Mark, yes I'm big on recycling. All the pine I have is from a friend's renovation. Do you think I should just put the pine beds straight on the concrete with maybe some straw and cardboard underneath the soil?..3244 days 4hrs
Veggie garden - Hi Xiem, No large wooden fruit bins (Im in the Goulburn Valley). I thought maybe of using them instead of creating my own with pine planks. I think my concern has been what to treat the planks with. But reading through I think I'll just leave them un..3244 days 4hrs
Veggie garden - Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum. I'd like to start building a veggie garden on a patch of concrete out the back of my house. It gets a lot of sun in Summer. I have some planks of untreated pine, but I'm not sure what to put on the base of the pa..3249 days 21hrs


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