Melissa Walton
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Dig a trench to sit the ponga in. They should be in the ground about 500- 600mm, depending on the overall height of the fence. A rule of thumb is 1/3 in the ground, 2/3 out of the ground, as deep as you can, so just the ground holds them, because there is no steel holding the curved fence.

Dig a trench to sit the ponga in. They should be in the ground about 500- 600mm, depending on the overall height of the fence. A rule of thumb is 1/3 in the ground, 2/3 out of the ground, as deep as you can, so just the ground holds them, because there is no steel holding the curved fence.

Schemas - fascinating, a real eye opener to understanding your child's patterns of behaviour. Once indentified great for tailoring activities and toys.

Schemas - fascinating, a real eye opener to understanding your child's patterns of behaviour. Once indentified great for tailoring activities and toys.

Learn how to make a buttercream dahlia flower using the Wilton decorating tip no. 81! Dahlia flowers are a wonderful addition to cakes and cupcakes, and they’re beautiful in almost any color.

Learn how to make a buttercream dahlia flower using the Wilton decorating tip no. 81! Dahlia flowers are a wonderful addition to cakes and cupcakes, and they’re beautiful in almost any color.

The Psychology of Performance. These are great concepts that could easily translate to increased student performance.

The Psychology of Performance. These are great concepts that could easily translate to increased student performance.