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Rejuvenate your soil

Rejuvenate your soil

After a busy summer feeding edibles or flowers, garden soil needs a recharge.
How to grow peanuts

How to grow peanuts

Grow the nut that grows underground.

Past Articles

The joys of mulch

The joys of mulch

Rather than toss it, consider whether your kitchen or garden waste can do you a favour.
How to grow fennel

How to grow fennel

Light and fluffy-headed but with a crisp base, Florence fennel is a versatile vegetable to grow.
8 monsteras to grow

8 monsteras to grow

If you love Monstera deliciosa, it might be time to discover some of its many relatives, cultivars and varieties.
How to grow kohlrabi

How to grow kohlrabi

A cabbage relative is on the comeback trail. Learn how to grow kohlrabi.

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Whats your favourite flutterer? The common copper or perhaps newly crowned Bug of the Year, kahukura, the NZ red admiral?Image attachment

What's your favourite flutterer? The common copper or perhaps newly crowned Bug of the Year, kahukura, the NZ red admiral? ... See MoreSee Less

Inspiration for our garden beds might come from a page in a magazine, maybe from a visit to a friends. Jane, now 50,, was inspired to create this special place to sit in her Horowhenua garden by a childhood memory of a yellow banksia rose in its full blown glory. 
We show you how to get Janes look, plant-by-plant, in our latest Design Inspiration feature: Every issue we present a garden bed thats taken our eye, number the features and plants and id the plants used. Here 1 is Rosa banksiae Lutea, 2 is an oversized apple box, 3 is Nasturtium, 5 is Salvia rosmarinus Tuscan Blue and 6 is Laurus nobilis. (4 is Dwarf stock in the lower left corner, number cropped out) 

Its just like painting by numbers (speaking of childhood memories!) 

If you have a suggestion for us of a favourite spot or planting combo, please send a DM

Inspiration for our garden beds might come from a page in a magazine, maybe from a visit to a friend's. Jane, now 50,, was inspired to create this special place to sit in her Horowhenua garden by a childhood memory of a yellow banksia rose in its full blown glory.
We show you how to get Jane's look, plant-by-plant, in our latest Design Inspiration feature: Every issue we present a garden bed that's taken our eye, number the features and plants and id the plants used. Here 1 is Rosa banksiae 'Lutea', 2 is an oversized apple box, 3 is Nasturtium, 5 is Salvia rosmarinus 'Tuscan Blue' and 6 is Laurus nobilis. (4 is Dwarf stock in the lower left corner, number cropped out)

It's just like painting by numbers (speaking of childhood memories!)

If you have a suggestion for us of a favourite spot or planting combo, please send a DM
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Happy Year of the Dragon!

Whod like to see a story on growing dragon fruit in Kiwi Gardener sometime? So cool-looking. Or any other unusual edible?Image attachment

Happy Year of the Dragon!

Who'd like to see a story on growing dragon fruit in Kiwi Gardener sometime? So cool-looking. Or any other unusual edible?
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Think I would find dragon fruit helpful, having problems getting my flowers to pollinate but the flowers are stunning and worth waiting for.

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