NZ Gardener

Gardener's road trip to Gisborne

Beautiful autumn foliage at Hackfalls Arboretum

Gisborne and the East Cape are home to two significant arboreta, but Jo McCarroll finds plenty of other horticultural delights there

Show off

Monarch butterflies flock to the ceiba tree’s showy blooms

Autumn up here in the Far North is our most colourful time of the year.

Code red

The climbing rata, Metrosideros fulgens

What has New Zealand given to the United States besides a run for their money in the America's Cup?

A vineyard in our food forest

Sow sweet pea seeds direct in April for beautiful fragrance and colour in late spring

Robert Guyton's garden is suffering an identity crisis.

Rockery revival

Colchicum autumnale makes a bold statement during its short season.

Abbie Jury makes a case for a style of gardening popular in the 1950s.

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