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16 May 2016
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The children at Te Huruhi School on Waiheke Island have been enjoying time in their garden this autumn, discovering the joy of growing their own food and preparing meals with their very own harvests through the Garden to Table programme. See... More
6 May 2016
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We are now in the last month of autumn and there is plenty to keep busy in the garden. In the fruit garden, the harvest period is coming to a close for pip and stone fruit and is just beginning for feijoas. It's also the last chance to get your... More
5 May 2016
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Q. The leaves on our two year old walnut tree have gone a bit yellow. What should I give our tree to stop the yellowing? Thanks. Jane.  A. Walnuts are deciduous and lose their leaves over autumn and winter, the leaves turn yellow and drop off.... More
28 Apr 2016
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Q. Hi, I have been growing some bulb and tuber plants for the last few years. They shoot out at the right time of the year and grow okay, but some plants are not flowering well or at all. What can I do to make them flower? Thanks, Yukari. A.... More
28 Apr 2016
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The children at Cannons Creek School have been enjoying time in the garden, discovering the fun of growing their own food and using their harvests to create culinary delights in the kitchen through the Garden to Table programme. Below they... More
28 Apr 2016
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Q. Hi there, I love my rhubarb and have planted some in my garden this year. Can you please tell me why the rhubarb leaves keep turning yellow? Thanks, Pru. A. Rhubarb likes a moist soil, rich in organic matter. It sounds like it needs a good... More
27 Apr 2016
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A wide range of feijoas are available. Some varieties are self-fertile, but even self-fertile varieties will produce heavier and more regular crops if they are pollinated by other varieties. Plant at least two varieties to extend your season... More
21 Apr 2016
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Along with a couple of our ‘must have’ autumn garden products, check out our new range of wild bird feeders to create a bird haven in your backyard!   TUI WILD BIRD SUET RANGE Treat the birds in your backyard all year round with the new Tui... More
21 Apr 2016
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Q. I have a miniature mandarin tree, Burgess Scarlet, which has plenty of fruit on it. However the fruit is bitter and sour. Is there anything I can do to make the fruit sweeter? Thanks Graeme, Putaruru. A. When citrus becomes sour it is a sign... More
21 Apr 2016
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Citrus trees will add extra zest to your garden and culinary delights! Before planting, check out the varieties of citrus on offer and pick one that best suits your garden and cooking needs. Below are some of our top picks.   Orange Varieties... More

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