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21 May 2018
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We're excited to partner with Food in a Minute again this year to bring you the Garden Hub. As a member receive exclusive recipes, a new garden project each growing season, and the chance to win garden goodies to create the project.   Our first... More
21 May 2018
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If you're just starting out in the garden you may be wondering what veges to plant first. We've put together our top five beginner crops that can be planted now. We also share tips for vege success, so you can gain confidence growing and then... More
8 May 2018
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Indoor plants are a decorative addition indoors, breathing colour, life and scent into your living spaces. Houseplants are also known to add oxygen and purify the air space, contributing to a healthier home. Choose plants that suit the... More
8 May 2018
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Green-thumbs, flower enthusiasts, fun lovers, and home and garden renovators - the wait is over. The New Zealand Flower & Garden Show is back, and will treat visitors to a floral and horticultural spectacular this November.    The perfect... More
24 Apr 2018
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Q. Hi, I am wanting to grow a feijoa tree in a pot and I see that the Bambina variety is good for this, but is there any other variety that produces larger fruit you can recommend and that does not require a pollinator? Tracey.  A. Any variety... More
24 Apr 2018
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Not every Kiwi is living the quarter acre dream anymore; our survey results show on average Kiwis are growing in 301-800m² sized sections, so Auckland based Victoria Sweeney (@victoria.makes) shares some great ideas to help you make the most of... More
10 Apr 2018
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As you harvest the last summer crops it's time to plant your patch with winter staples including broccoli, cabbage, celery and silverbeet. Freshen the flower garden with pansies and polyanthus and don't forget feijoas in the fruit garden.  ... More
10 Apr 2018
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Karl Johnson (KJ) is no stranger to growing the ultimate lawn - most recently as the Turf Manager of Hamilton’s Seddon Park and FMG Stadium Waikato. The Turf Master-Craftsman has been in the business over 30 years. A snapshot of career... More
22 Mar 2018
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Q. My fejioas are being eaten by something that is not me! There are holes on the leaves and the shoots seem to be eaten, but no caterpillars to be found!  I've included a photo of the damaged leaves. Any ideas? Thanks, Shirley. A. It looks... More
14 Mar 2018
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We're excited to continue to support the Garden to Table programme in schools this year, with four new schools recently joining. Last week we visited Oropi School, one of the first Bay of Plenty schools to join, to deliver their starter pack... More

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