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Finshed Garden.
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From picture one two years ago, i.e crap dead grass, tiny patio and pointless slope in picture one, to flat (ish) lush (fake) lawn and useful decking area.

Well pleased with my DIY skills I did the grass myself from digging up the old turf, laying a sand bas, wacker plating it and laying the carpet like grass.


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#2
Well done mate, looks good.
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#3
Well done mate, looks good.
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#4
Well done mate, looks good.
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#5
Cheers, Cheers, Cheers!  
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#6
"mashley" Wrote:Cheers, Cheers, Cheers!  

Oh lol, well in case you didn't hear me the first time Wink
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#7
The astro turf is wicked I have it front and back and it stays tidy all year. No mowing the lawn more time for riding. Smile
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#8
Anyone got any suggestions on how I can wind about 5 metres of hose pipe round something which is attached the garden wall to keep it neat and tidy?
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#9
Fake grass? Tell me more!

5m hose, not long enough for a reel, we used to have opposing wall brackets to wind it round.

No coiled hose is pretty imho, we now have a 30m reel thingamee which lives in the shed.
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I got mine of fleabay for a lot less, an off cut of of a larger roll but there are many companies that will charge you lots for it if your lazy:

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I'm sure you can find yourself a bargain. For me the attraction is zero maintenance of course, obviously the initial work load is heavy but the end product means that when ever the sun comes out I can go straight outside not have to worry about cutting the grass or mud etc. I've sold the lawnmower too.

Only have a small garden, and no grass so only need the hose for bike cleaning and watering a few plants, 99% of the time it'll be wrapped away. It's obviously quite thick in width when wrapped up so the hooks need to be sturdy.
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