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Joined 12 November 2008
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5 years5 yearsNottNott posted:
Ladies and Gents, step right up! Mernda & Doreen Residents

i want to visit a dentist. any recommendations? ok if it's a bit away from the area. tks.

6 years6 yearsNottNott posted:
What type of " flooring" you have under the clothesline?

hi,
Now ours is grass. Thinking of a lower maintenance option. What others have?

6 years6 yearsNottNott posted:
To trim or not?

hi,
A few wks ago I found one large patch of yellow leaves in my pittosporum . Already gave the standard brew Fu mentioned. I also trimmed some off.
Today, I found…

6 years6 yearsNottNott posted:
Organic Fertiliser - Is there one that isn't high in N?

I think seamungus, from Neutrog, should be pretty good. Fu has suggested that as soil amendment, " fertilizer". The NPK ratio is 4:1:1.5
http://www.neutrog.com.au/seamungus-2/
You can buy it in…

6 years6 yearsNottNott posted:
where to buy laminates?

hi,
we want to update a kitchen with apple green laminate benchtop. I think it's with square edge. A few questions
# where can i buy laminate at a good…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
What flooring for the entry?

Thanks, i mostly forgot the question posted here.
maybe we'll bring some tiles next time and see if they like the look .

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
What flooring for the entry?

hi,
SILs don't like the current flooring for the entry. They're some carpet tiles, colour dark brown? with 70's ? patterned tiles under.
The entry is about 1.5 x 2. There…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
How do you do with the strain?

Thanks, you all reminded of the stick blender! Not sure if we have one already, but anyway, I knew what and how to do it.
Yummy soup, come to me!

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
How do you do with the strain?

hi,
We always make simple quick soups ( those cut into cubes and boil for 20 mins to an hour). I always wish to try those you need to puree to…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Ladies and Gents, step right up! Mernda & Doreen Residents

I think you can get a fan and a light combo one, it will look modern. Some use T5 fluro and some use halogen globes/ fluro globes. Like that

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Disgusting poos!

Oh Fu :oops:
I even suspected myself why I took pics of the Poo!
The owner must be crazy if he/ she opened the envelope to…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Disgusting poos!

Months before, I found dog/cat poo in my garden bed. Cleared and checked if there was any big gap under the fence.
Today, I found a big poo again ! And…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Question about cake making

I'll watch the youtube for the technique, thanks for the tip.

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Question about cake making

yup, your method, some recipes called it whole egg method, really sounds easier. Since I started with the separation method, I want to try it and know what i failed…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Question about cake making

hi, sorry that I couldn't find the cake thread someone mentioned b4.
I tried to make simple sponge cake these days, already done 3 times, still failed.
I followed the egg yolk/…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Spongolite, Zeolite, Olsen's Green Bio etc

You sure can use it on turf, just rack it or sprinkle it on the turf. With the current humid weather and rain, the good stuff should go to…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
How to care for orchid?

kek,
thanks for searching the caring tips for me.
themax, thanks for answering my question in another thread. Maybe i need to wait for the flowers to see what it is. I…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
My vegie garden and backyard

Thanks Lisa. You can start your day with a scrambled egg with bacon and mushroom. Lunch with grilled mushroom salad. Snacks with mushroom pies and tarts. Dinner with that add…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
My vegie garden and backyard

We always had very large mushrooms ( as large as a kid's chair! ) growing in our boundary, but we just let it grow and die cos we are not…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
My vegie garden and backyard

lisa,
so great you have such a variety of veggies. I started my pea, spinish last month.
How much is the mushroom setup? So after about a week or two, is that…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Ideas to update the look of this house

+1 with keeping the bricks.
Can you plant something along the driveway to soften the look?

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
How to care for orchid?

Hi,
I got a small orchid. it's a type of dancing lady, or called dancing lady?
How should I take care of it as house plant? ( melbourne) I googled it prefered…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
What plant is that?

Because those foliage looks much narrower and longer than those agapanthus I saw in the street. I tried to dig a very young one in SIL neighbour's garden, just lightly…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
What plant is that?

hi,
My SIL has just cleared some of her garden beds. Any idea of what plant are they? Both are strappy I want to know what are they so maybe i…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Ladies and Gents, step right up! Mernda & Doreen Residents

Thanks all for the information. :D

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Ladies and Gents, step right up! Mernda & Doreen Residents

It's time for an eye test. Any good optometrists with reasonable charges nearby or not too far away recommended? Bulk billing and covered by medicare will be good. Thanks very…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
What Plant is this?

They are Nandina domestica, but I don't know if yours a dwarf one ( height around 600mm) or not.
http://www.burkesbackyard.com.au/factsh ... stream/584

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Trees and the people that care for them

Fu, I read from the first few lines of your first post:
I just happened to see the list of articles on the side of the forum tonight.
I was a little…

7 years7 yearsNottNott posted:
Trees and the people that care for them

Flush cutting is one of the many bad practices used by unqualified tree workers. It is the technique of pruning the stem, branch or major limb right back to its…

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