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Wall-mounted boot rack

Wall-mounted boot rack

Perfect for clearing clutter and allowing your boots to dry out, this attractive rack comes complete with a handy shelf.
Sowing love

Sowing love

The imminent arrival of spring – and hopefully better weather – provides the perfect opportunity to get into the garden with children.
Going potty

Going potty

The humble potager is a popular, if not fully understood, way of designing a decorative home garden.
Five trailing plants anyone can grow

Five trailing plants anyone can grow

Enduringly popular and great for confined spaces, these five beauties will easily drape and create a lively aesthetic in your space.

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Inside matters

Inside matters

Eight of the best hints, tips and tricks for keeping your indoor plants lush over the coldest months.
Native doppelgangers

Native doppelgangers

Like the idea of introducing more natives into your garden, but prefer the look of more familiar exotics? Here’s a stunning line-up of local lookalikes that will have you thinking again.
Bouquets & brick bits

Bouquets & brick bits

Add structure or style to your garden landscape inspired by these six inventive ways with the humble brick.
From physic garden to pharmacy

From physic garden to pharmacy

In the mid 16th century, the monastery garden progressed to a physic garden – and the inception of today’s pharmacies.

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The earlier the better when it comes to sweet strawberries, and there are some easy ways to get a head start on growing the summer favourite. Janice Marriott shares her simple tips for strawberry success in our Winter Know-How Quarterly edition, on sale now.

Remember that strawberries planted in any container need watering more often than garden-raised plants though. 

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The earlier the better when it comes to sweet strawberries, and there are some easy ways to get a head start on growing the summer favourite. Janice Marriott shares her simple tips for strawberry success in our 'Winter Know-How' Quarterly edition, on sale now.

Remember that strawberries planted in any container need watering more often than garden-raised plants though.

#kiwigardenermagazine #nurtureyourplants
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This is a DIY you’ll want to try – especially come summer when you reap the delicious strawberry rewards. 

This Tiered Strawberry planter is perfect because planting strawberries in winter means that they will have plenty of time to establish a well-formed root system.

For the steps to build Klaudia Krupa’s planter go to page 98. 

#kiwigardenermagazine #DIY

This is a DIY you’ll want to try – especially come summer when you reap the delicious strawberry rewards.

This Tiered Strawberry planter is perfect because planting strawberries in winter means that they will have plenty of time to establish a well-formed root system.

For the steps to build Klaudia Krupa’s planter go to page 98.

#kiwigardenermagazine #DIY
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We are sad to hear of the passing of legendary Christchurch architect - and gardener extraordinaire, Sir Miles Warren, who was known for his many celebrated buildings including the Christchurch Town Hall. 

He was one of New Zealand’s most influential architects, and the first in our country to be knighted for his contribution to architecture. 

These photos are from our January issue of Kiwi Gardener, on Sir Miless internationally significant Ōhinetahi Garden overlooking Governor’s Bay. It was designed by Sir Miles Warren and his sister, gardener and noted artist the late Pauline Trengrove, and Sir Miless brother-in-law, the late John Trengrove,. 

In 1977, when the trio purchased the land, it was just a handful of large trees and a lawn. Now it features a native woodland, a sculpture garden, and a formal garden, a tribute in itself to Sir Miles Warren’s work.Image attachmentImage attachment

We are sad to hear of the passing of legendary Christchurch architect - and gardener extraordinaire, Sir Miles Warren, who was known for his many celebrated buildings including the Christchurch Town Hall.

He was one of New Zealand’s most influential architects, and the first in our country to be knighted for his contribution to architecture.

These photos are from our January issue of Kiwi Gardener, on Sir Miles's internationally significant Ōhinetahi Garden overlooking Governor’s Bay. It was designed by Sir Miles Warren and his sister, gardener and noted artist the late Pauline Trengrove, and Sir Miles's brother-in-law, the late John Trengrove,.

In 1977, when the trio purchased the land, it was just a handful of large trees and a lawn. Now it features a native woodland, a sculpture garden, and a formal garden, a tribute in itself to Sir Miles Warren’s work.
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