Who doesn't love the idea of eating fresh homegrown fruit and vegetables every day? Anyone can make it happen, even when there's no dirt to dig. If your outdoors is tiny or temporary (or if the prospect of digging is putting you off getting started) growing crops in pots is the way to go, especially in winter. read more >>
Sue Linn visits the Kapiti Coast for a peek behind the scenes of one of the Ellerslie International Flower Show's most popular gardens read more >>
The last summer's crops have been picked and the veges we planted in autumn are looking good. Much of the garden will soon be sleeping but that doesn't mean we have to hibernate indoors. Here's a checklist of aerobic activities to keep you and your garden in good shape this winter. read more >>
Let's Party, Dancing Cordylines
A new series of NZ bred Corydlines took the world by storm in 2012. The iconic NZ cabbage tree is their ancestor, but the sophisticated Dancing Cordylines are a truly cosmopolitan breed read more >>
The Bold and the Beautiful
Successfully combining flowers and foliage is an art form that takes time and experimentation, even for the most practiced gardener. But happily, we can also depend on some classic combos that always come up trumps. read more >>
Rose time - winter care
Six months from now, roses will be charming us with their beauty and fragrance. They'll be all the more intoxicating if we pamper them a little over the next few months read more >>
Fruit trees - Feijoas for everyone
Feijoas thrive in New Zealand gardens. Find out how easy it is to produce bumper winter crops in your own garden, and which varieties might be right for you & we've a muffin recipe too! read more >>
Winter Wonders - Colourful Shrubs
The winter garden can be surprisingly colourful - Ten of the best shrubs for winter interest. read more >>
Gardening is an enjoyable and healthy pastime. However each year a few gardeners contract legionnaires' disease. There are simple steps you can take to lessen the risk. read more >>
Fill pots with ready flowering annuals for instant spring colour; pansies, primulas, cinerarias, violas, lobelia and alyssum.
Plant trees and shrubs.
When replacing a sick or weak rose remove a barrow load of soil and replace it with fresh soil from another part of the garden, mixed it with compost
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