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We at Soils Ain't Soils Bunbury pride ourselves on top quality landscaping supplies , gardenware and our landscape plant nursery.
We at Soils Ain't Soils Bunbury pride ourselves on top quality landscaping supplies , gardenware and our landscape plant nursery.

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Buschbeck Fireplace now available at Soils Ain't Soils Bunbury
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The stunning German designed 3 in 1 Buschbeck has arrived at Soils Ain't Soils Bunbury
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Supplied and installed you will save money buy using our services and quality products.
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Originally shared by Fertilisers Online
A Brand New Product has arrived!
It is a non-toxic glue which is used in Fly Paper and other environmentally safe Glue Traps.
Now you can many options:
1.  you can apply the glue directly to the tree trunk, or
2. you can put the tape on the trunk first and after that cover it with the glue.
3. Also you will have yellow plastic boards which you can cover with the glue, making a monitor trap, similar to TrappIt
http://www.fertilisersonline.com.au/environmentally-safe-traps/fruit-tree-glue.html
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Here's one of my avocado plants I started from a seed earlier this year. If you follow through to the blog post you will learn more about how I start avocado plants and the techniques I use to make starting them effortless and easy. https://superhealthygreensandexercise.tumblr.com/post/167156871243/heres-one-of-my-avocado-plants-that-i-grew-from-a
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Lessons From The Garden - Part 4
Peppers Like to Have Room to Stretch Out This year I tried to save room in the garden beds by growing my peppers in 3 gallon pots. I was partly successful using this method Early in the season the peppers thrived, not surprising with the extra warmth provid...
Lessons From The Garden - Part 4
Lessons From The Garden - Part 4
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Orange Peach Tomato grown from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds ☺
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