Spectacular Showpiece™ Roses

Spectacular Showpiece™ Roses

These fragrant, easy care, large and floriferous Showpiece™ roses are a spectacular new release from the breeder of Flower Carpet® roses!
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National Gardening Week 19 to 26 October

National Gardening Week 19 to 26 October

PLANTS FOR A BETTER PLANET Kiwi's will remember 2020 for the year we banded together against COVID-19, and many of us found solace in our gardens or embraced gardening for the first time.
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Spring lawns

Spring lawns

As the days get warmer the lawn leaps back into rapid growth. Spring is a good time to act so that you can enjoy a beautiful green lawn over summer.
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20 Seed Sowing Tips

20 Seed Sowing Tips

Spring is the main season for growing spring and summer food crops and flower plants from seed. It's easy to do, is hugely satisfying and can save money too!
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Kids Go Gardening - sow your name and eat it!

Kids Go Gardening - sow your name and eat it!

Loads of fantastic plants can be grown from seed. If arty and creative sounds like you, try out our fun seed name project!
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Kids Go Gardening - make a buzz!

Kids Go Gardening - make a buzz!

You can help essential pollinators by planting a bee friendly flower garden.
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Grow beautiful tomatoes

Grow beautiful tomatoes

To grow beautiful tomatoes you will need - warm sunny weather, good clean soil (or planting mix), seeds or seedlings, stakes, tomato food and water
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Spring in bloom

Spring in bloom

Spring is the season for some of our most spectacular flowering trees, all the more beautiful when they flower on bare branches or in unison with newly emerging spring leaves. Best of all, you don't need a huge garden to enjoy them
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Spring inspiration


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Nutrition on a shoestring

Nutrition on a shoestring

The very best food for health and well-being is the sort that grows in a garden. Food picked fresh from the garden contains the most nutrients and it's super convenient, saving time with fewer trips to the supermarket.
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9 reasons to plant roses

9 reasons to plant roses

Who can resist a beautiful rose? Their sheer beauty is reason enough to plant more of them. But roses are functional too with something for every purpose. It's time to plant them now.
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Grow parsnips

Grow parsnips

Growing perfect parsnips is all about preparation, precision and patience. Sue Linn learns some time-honoured tricks.
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For the love of colour

For the love of colour

There's no season like spring to inspire the gardener that's in all of us. Now's the time to create a flower garden that will bring out the artist in you
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Inspiration for Kids

A quarterly mini magazine for children containing colour projects and puzzles to encourage the next generation of gardeners. FREE bonus Yates Seed with each issue

Every precious drop

Every precious drop

Water scarcity over summer seems ever more challenging for gardeners. In a changing climate, the need to save water is increasingly front of mind.
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Lavender Ruffles

Lavender Ruffles

Fall in love with the impressive Lavender Ruffles series - fragrant, colourful and easy to grow.
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On home ground

On home ground

When you want to grow your own food but don't have a large garden, it comes down to getting the most out of the space you have.
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Treading lightly

Treading lightly

Sue Linn visits a Katikati gardener with a passion for permaculture.
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Legionnaires' disease

Legionnaires' disease

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.
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