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May's Edible Backyard

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No dig garden - Thanks Brendan for the link. :) May..3947 days 3hrs
No dig garden - Yes, it's a real bargain, but it costs around $50 for the hire of a trailer so it worked out to be around $10 per bin which is still good value. The bins are very solid and heavy, it should hold the soils very well. The orchard owner used a forklift to..3948 days 2hrs
No dig garden - Thanks Amanda for the tips. I paid $1.25 for the bins, they are not treated, not sure what they are but I think they are pine. This is my first vegie patch project and I am so excited, can't wait to get started. Thanks again, May..3948 days 9hrs
No dig garden - Hi, I got hold of 5 wooden apple bins from an orchard this weekend. The bin dimensions are 1.2m x1.2m x0.5m. I would love to use them as raised no dig garden bed. Trouble is I have no idea what is the best way to go about doing it. I could put a couple..3948 days 20hrs
Duriun trees have you seen any - Hi Megan, Wow, look at those durians! I am drooling already. Which part of Australia are those durians grown? ..4118 days 0hrs


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