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Post Info TOPIC: A few native shrubs grown in my garden using 100% recycled water.

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A few native shrubs grown in my garden using 100% recycled water.

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Makes one wonder just how damaging the grey water hose is when run on the grass or near trees in C/parks etc.

Cheers, John




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The trees look great but i think the grey water has killed the grass,furiousconfusebiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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I remember being in a camping ground only a few moons back with my grey water hose out on a grassy area, as asked to do. The area away from me was starting to brown off but around the hose was long and green only after one week. I then left after that week. Yep, ya have to wonder John.

I also remember being in level 4 water ristrictions many moons back and used wash up water etc for around the garden and looked like all was thriving. Yep, wonder away.

Enjoy that lovely looking garden John.


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Lovely photos John. Your garden looks great. One of our main reasons for traveling is photographing native plants/ smile


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