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I don't know where you ordered your plastic shed base from, but guidance is given here https://www.plasticshedbase.co.uk/content/6-how-to-build-a-plastic-shed-base- on what to put beneath it. You're still going to need to dig out, compact (probably with a whacker if your soil is not clay). lay heavy duty geotextile membrane, backfill with aggregate or hard ...


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Since, HD is head quarters is in Georgia, I will explain the standards in the US and Canada. You are looking for something that says Grow Mix or Potting Mix. Avoid anything that uses the word soil, even if it called 'Potting Soil'. This is a heavier blend. Good for trees and shrubs. If you are looking for a large amount, you can often buy 3.8 cubic feet ...


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Bamboo's answer works. I would add that you need to rent a 'sod cutter'. You have little sod but it would be great to remove 2" of grass/weeds/soil. What you cut you can and should use to make plant beds. For the new beds you simply add the cut soil/weeds to the areas where you want plant beds. Turn the sod over and when you've got beds the way you want ...


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Now is not the time for gardening in the UK, but now IS the time for removing the old fence and putting in new fencing, removing the shed (if you want it removed and I think you do) and work out where you want a patio and a new shed. Don't worry about the lawn for the time being, ignore it; it looks like it needs replacing anyway, so that's best done in ...


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Both perlite and vermiculite are open mined in various countries. Perlite is what's known as volcanic 'glass', whereas vermiculite is actually a mica like mineral. Perlite is also put through a heating process to persuade it to 'pop' in order for it to be useful in potting soil as well as other applications. Both materials have a number of other uses, ...


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You will have to do some sort of research for your area, but common winter cover crops include: winter wheat various clovers and vetches oats oilseed radish (in places without hard winters) vetches and clovers add nitrogen... some cover crops like buckwheat don't work at all as a winter cover crop...


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I think the way to look at avocado pear is as a soft tropical small tree. It comes from Southern Mexico where it enjoys warm temperatures and moderate to high humidity. Consequently it produces well in other locations such as Florida or the Bahamas and can even be cultivated in drier landscapes such as California but the water management is critical in these ...


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Peat moss and perlite will work just fine. Try for 60-70% peat moss & 40-30% perlite. I always go for 40%. I just like to have really well draining soil. But, either of those ratios will work. In a few months, check the ph of the run off/discharge water. You could just use the regular flower potting mix. That will have probably have peat, ...


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