Allied Press Magazines Logo
kiwi gardener logo black

On Shelves Now -  Sneak peek!

Down memory lane

Down memory lane

Rediscover the charming, old-fashioned blooms our grandmothers grew and loved.
Eau de winter

Eau de winter

Let your garden lead you by the nose by growing ‘scent-sational’ cool-season plants.

Past Articles

Old-world beauty

Old-world beauty

A Taranaki Fringe Garden Festival favourite elegantly combines shade, edibles and outdoor seating areas.
History makers

History makers

Put on your rose-tinted glasses and learn all about growing these beloved vintage beauties.
Turn dull into droll

Turn dull into droll

Discover a novel way to inject colour into the winter garden and get creative with your kids.
Hoya ahoy!

Hoya ahoy!

Drape a hoya around your home for the ultimate piece of living art.

Follow us on Facebook

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
This message is only visible to admins.
Problem displaying Facebook posts. Backup cache in use.
Error: The user must be an administrator, editor, or moderator of the page in order to impersonate it. If the page business requires Two Factor Authentication, the user also needs to enable Two Factor Authentication.
Type: OAuthException
We’ve all heard the popular gardening phrase ‘chop and drop’ and it (literally) is just that – chop off the unwanted green waste and let it drop, be it hedge clippings piled around the base of the hedge, old vegetable plants snipped off at ground level and 
chopped up with secateurs, or end-of-season perennials cut back and scattered over the ground to cover (and feed) the soil over winter. Its a fast-track way to return green goodness to your soil. For tips on composting your green waste first before you feed it to the soil, check out the latest issue of #kiwigardener - look for the green kale heart on the cover, in stores now! #compost #chopanddrop

We’ve all heard the popular gardening phrase ‘chop and drop’ and it (literally) is just that – chop off the unwanted green waste and let it drop, be it hedge clippings piled around the base of the hedge, old vegetable plants snipped off at ground level and
chopped up with secateurs, or end-of-season perennials cut back and scattered over the ground to cover (and feed) the soil over winter. It's a fast-track way to return green goodness to your soil. For tips on composting your green waste first before you feed it to the soil, check out the latest issue of #kiwigardener - look for the green kale heart on the cover, in stores now! #compost #chopanddrop
... See MoreSee Less

With a little TLC now, fruit trees will reward you with a bounty for many seasons to come. Here, Rachel Vogan The Happy Gardener shows how important it is to net fruit trees to protect your emerging fruit. Find out more about fruit tree care in our March issue! #kiwigardenermagazinenz  #ediblegrowingnz

With a little TLC now, fruit trees will reward you with a bounty for many seasons to come. Here, Rachel Vogan The shows how important it is to net fruit trees to protect your emerging fruit. Find out more about fruit tree care in our March issue! #kiwigardenermagazinenz #ediblegrowingnz ... See MoreSee Less

Bring your garden to life with pollinating birds, butterflies and bees. Our latest Quarterly Special on Greener Gardening shares planting advice for attracting pollinators plus tips on creating a bee-friendly garden. Turn your garden into a wildlife garden and your pollinator-dependent crops will thank you! #greenergardening #kiwigardenermag #pollinators🐝

Bring your garden to life with pollinating birds, butterflies and bees. Our latest Quarterly Special on Greener Gardening shares planting advice for attracting pollinators plus tips on creating a bee-friendly garden. Turn your garden into a wildlife garden and your pollinator-dependent crops will thank you! #greenergardening #kiwigardenermag #pollinators🐝🐝 ... See MoreSee Less

Sign up to our mailing list
Allied Press Magazines Logo
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram