NZ Gardener News
Amid a NZ garden, a succulent stalk is growing more than a metre a week. The town is bewildered.
Gardening expert Lynda Hallinan only wants birds that keep their beaks shut
Passionate collector Betty Enticott shares her top growing tips.
The winner of Alexandra and Clyde's best looking street has been announced.
Green-fingered students in Wainuiomata hope to put in an orchard at their school
Meet the Waikato couple who prefer pottering in their garden to almost anything else.
Bugman Ruud Kleinpaste warns the stinkbug needs to be stopped - and we all have an important role to play.
Walnuts are prolific, packed with protein and easier to grow at home than you think.
Trees and shrubs provide the psychological impression of less noise, but are they effective?
What would a clipped box plant say about the trend towards wild gardens?
Can flowers be too colourful? Check out these ones on show at Canada's Butchart Gardens.
When it comes to problems with home fruit trees, prevention is very much better than cure.
My hose is like a writhing snake, how can I straighten it out?
March is the month to water, feed and protect your roses ahead of winter.
Murray Lehndorf has transformed an old double garage into quite a work of art.
Sow perennials, save seeds, plant winter veg and make more strawberry plants.
Vege garden, tick. Now why not plant a picking flower garden?
For John Sargeant it's all about the walnuts.
March is the ideal time to show your lawn some love.
Lynda Hallinan tells you how to grow a whopper crop for a fraction of the price of buying them.
Plant a green crop to restore and refresh your soil.
Xanthe White 'talks' one-on-one with bamboo which, you'll be surprised to learn, has plenty to say for itself.
You, too, can have a garden like Impressionist painter Monet.
Cor Schipper of Rotorua is fascinated by the huge variety of plants that eat living creatures
A rose expert picks her top climbers, and advises on how to care for your plants this month.
It's easy to buy flowers, but we reckon a hand-tied bouquet is more likely to win over your Valentine.
Summer may have been late to the party but it is definitely here.
It seems it wasn't the blackbirds and thrushes who had been decimating my tomatoes.
It's time to get veges for next spring off to a good start before cold weather sets in.
They have a reputation for being tricky to grow but crack it and the rewards are great.