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25 Jun 2015
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The Garden to Table superstars at Maoribank School in Wellington gives us an insight into their garden and share what they have been planting in their garden to use in their cooking! School garden update School name: Maoribank School Region:... More
24 Jun 2015
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This season Tui and Tony Murrell are helping Kiwis make the most of their piece of paradise, with the weekly Tui Garden Project featured on TVNZ’s brand new show Kiwi Living, starting Friday July 10th, TV One, 7.30pm. Tui is excited to partner... More
24 Jun 2015
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Q. Hi, I have a passionfruit plant that appears to be doing OK. I'm not sure what I have to do to it over winter - is there anything special I need to do to get more fruit and ensure a healthy plant next season? Thanks Trish. A. Feed... More
11 Jun 2015
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Q. Hi, can you please give me any advice on transplanting feijoas? I have four Opal Star feijoa trees which get a bit dry in the summer and I'm keen to relocate them. A. Now is a good time to move your feijoas. Prepare the new hole in advance... More
11 Jun 2015
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The distinctive colour and song of New Zealand’s birdlife are beautiful additions to your garden. To enjoy the sight of these captivating creatures flitting between branches, simply providing regular food sources will bring our feathered... More
10 Jun 2015
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Introducing the perfect planting mix for your roses and shrubs! Grow vibrant, beautiful blooms and luscious foliage with new Tui Rose & Shrub Mix, a high quality planting mix containing the right blend of nutrients to provide your roses and... More
2 Jun 2015
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June may not be the coldest month of the year, but the arrival of the solstice on the 21st brings us the shortest day, and with it a welcome turn of the earth’s cycle. From hereon in the days will, slowly but surely, start to lengthen out again... More
29 May 2015
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Q. I have recently created a raised garden. Before I put the soil down, I lay down old carpet, hopefully as a weed inhibitor. What do I need to add to the soil to make sure the soil will be of good growing condition for the spring? Thanks,... More
28 May 2015
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I’ve learnt over the years from designing and advising my clients that you really do need to start by defining how you are going to use the space and how much time you can actually dedicate to maintaining your garden. As most garden designers... More
14 May 2015
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Q. I have lime, orange and lemon trees in large individual pots. I have mulch on the soil, add citrus fertiliser a couple of times a year and keep them watered. I notice with the lemon tree especially that some of the green leaves have turned... More

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