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Perfect for clearing clutter and allowing your boots to dry out, this attractive rack comes complete with a handy shelf.
The imminent arrival of spring – and hopefully better weather – provides the perfect opportunity to get into the garden with children.
The humble potager is a popular, if not fully understood, way of designing a decorative home garden.
Enduringly popular and great for confined spaces, these five beauties will easily drape and create a lively aesthetic in your space.
Eight of the best hints, tips and tricks for keeping your indoor plants lush over the coldest months.
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.
Add structure or style to your garden landscape inspired by these six inventive ways with the humble brick.
In the mid 16th century, the monastery garden progressed to a physic garden – and the inception of today’s pharmacies.
It pays to do your homework before purchasing a fruit tree to plant over winter.
For the garlic growers of Moa Valley Farm, soil health and farming organically are fundamental to their new venture.
Impersonators of pebbles and with a weird similarity to people, lithops have migrated from the desert to our living rooms.
Grown for eating or admiring, cherries promise year-round appeal – if you choose your variety wisely.
The race is on to protect our favourite heat-loving plants from winter’s chill.
While still herbs, the tallest are also attractive trees adding fragrance, shade and shape to any garden.
One of the world’s most successful travel writers considers how houseplants have the power to change disconnected lives for the better. Including her own.
Climate change is here and it’s definitely affecting our gardens. Look out for subtle variations across the country.
Though centuries-old, monastic garden designs featuring herbs suit today’s smaller sections well.
Our beloved contributor, Diana Noonan, is also an acclaimed children’s writer and editor whose latest award puts her in good company.
Community compost hubs are popping up around Aotearoa. Find out how this Auckland social enterprise is generating community garden gold.
Andrew Maloy walks us through what to look out for this time of year and how best to take action.
Turn a bank, hill or slope into productive land with these tips from Shannon Hunt.
Commonly known as maples, there’s a multitude of acers available. Gillian Vine shortlists the best picks by size.
Whatever is ailing your pet Monstera deliciosa or your basket fuchsia, don’t give up. With some TLC, you’ll have them right in no time.
The bird for you if you need neighbourhood watch that also does pest control.
Carnivorous plants are addictive, in more ways than one, and a Geraldine grower has a vast collection to prove it.
Cassias add a sunshine splash of colour to late-summer gardens.
No weeding, no watering. Mark Rayner says yes to gravel gardens.
A houseplant passion blossoms with the move to a new home.
Klaudia Krupa shows us how to make a place to escape to and relax in.
While a hot topic today, organic gardening hasn’t always been as well respected.
What to look out for at this time of year and how best to take action.
Rachel Vogan visits the garden of the late great author.
How to revive a potted hippeastrum and late-season courgettes.
In the foothills of the Southern Alps, David and Wendy Millichamp grow 12,000 lilies.
A dairy-free cheesecake and healthy home-made ice creams.
Vivienne Bailey extols the virtues of the revived gladioli.
The golden rules for butterfly gardens.
Rachel Vogan highlights crops that need our attention now.
A staple plant in the hedging department, Buxus refuses to lose favour – despite the blight.
Kiwis love their birds, it’s a fact. Let’s look at some ways to encourage even more to your backyard, without breaking the budget.
How-to for beginner gardeners with Shannon Hunt.
It doesn’t really matter – there are plenty of plants that will continue to flourish as the wind whips around them.
Square-foot gardening has been around for decades, but is it right for your place?
Do you have a bog garden, a damp garden area or a streamside in need of planting?
Daily nutrients and vitamins can be found in microgreens, but it is sometimes the motivation that is lacking.
How-to for beginner gardeners with Shannon Hunt.
With winter an especially tough time for birds to find naturally occurring food, these bird feeders will be a real treat.
Your guide to the dos and do nots for the season ahead.
It’s time to give those roses a long hard stare with loppers in hand. Here is a quick guide to make sure you make the right cut.
Far from fusty, hoyas don’t ask for much – but they deliver in spades.
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