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Your complete building material catalogue. Issue #2 (2014-2016)
Wrap dowels in colourful duct tape and keep the family entertained with pick up sticks for the garden.
Winter is the time to prune, getting rid of dead wood and making way for summer’s growth.
Why waste grey water from your home when you can use it to water your garden?
When you’re choosing a shed for your garden, first make sure you know what you need.
When you get them right, hanging baskets are a joy to behold. Try these tricks and ideas for success
When clump-forming perennials start thickening out, plants lose their top condition & it becomes time to lift & divide to rejuvenate them & to get more plants.
We show you how to make this quick and easy herb garden for your outdoor or patio areas.
We show you how to make this quick and easy crate shelf.
We show you how to make these hanging pot plants for your garden, outdoor, pool or patio areas.
We show you how to make a pallet deck, stacked bench, rice bag vertical garden and a hanging chair.
We show you how to make a dish garden with succulents for your outdoor areas.
Watering the garden before a drought sets in keeps the soil's moisture levels up and helps prevent a water deficit
Water zoning includes grouping your plants according to their water needs.
Watch our video and make a hanging basket for your herbs.
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Use enamelware to create an inexpensive and interesting water feature in your garden.
Use eggshells as seed-starter pots. they're biodegradable and perfect to grow seedlings in
Use an old tyre to make a unique hanging planter for flowering and trailing plants
Two planks of wood are all that’s needed to make this great storage solution for your garden tools.
Turn your lawn into a lush veggie garden.
Try these quick décor winners to bring pizzazz to your patio.
Try these ideas to make your garden centre stage after dark
Try these creative ways to display succulents.
To prepare your flowerbeds for a symphony of spring colour, it’s essential to lay the groundwork.
Time-pressured gardeners long dreamed of lawn that mowed itself – and then came Astroturf. Now there’s a garden that can water itself…
This new entrance was inspired by the beautiful walkway in the Fairholme garden.
This fire pit is easy to build and will create an attractive focal point in your garden.
Take protective action to prevent your plants and edible crops.
Summertime is al fresco time. Here are two patio looks: one that fits coyly into a garden nook or on a balcony; the other for gregarious entertainment.
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Spruce up an old side table with a bold geometric design
Spring is the perfect time to enliven your garden with new plants. Here are some suggestions for spring gorgeousness.
Spread the love to our feathery friends with these adorable bird seed ornaments that are oh-so-easy to make.
Simply SMS "GARDEN" + the last 4 digits of your barcode to 40185 when purchasing any Garden Master products between 01 Sep and 31 Oct 2016
Secure your home the aesthetically pleasing way by using plants and hedges as security deterrents.
Save Water. Harvest Rainwater. Install Drip Irrigation.
Save water by delivering it to your plants through the soil.
Resolve to eat healthier this year by growing your own, superior-tasting fresh produce.
Relocating a plant can be a tricky business - and not all plants will survive the move. Here's a look at how to uproot, divide and replant your favourite perennials.
Redirect your grey water to the garden by following these dos and don’ts.
Push this herb trolley into the morning sun, then into the afternoon shade.
Providing a riot of bright and happy colours, indigenous plants are supremely adapted to our local growing conditions. Here are some hardy, waterwise winners.
Plants are masters of recycling as they are easily propagated with a little know-how. The beauty is that you can have a beautiful garden even on the tightest budget.