NZ Gardener News
It's time to harvest pumpkins and plant your tulip bulbs.
It's almost like a secret garden, a little patch of paradise, and a surprise find.
One pumpkin plant produces 52 pumpkins - believe it or not.
You may think Lynda Hallinan could grow anything, but there is one fruit that has slipped through her green fingers.
My plucky pair of pigs are a constant 'sauce' of mischief.
Harvest apples and pears, take hardwood cuttings and keep on top of the weeds.
Car park-in puts the handbrake on planned cut for embattled giant hedge.
Tony Rumball has a wild side. You can see it in his garden.
Growers, suppliers and retailers are struggling to meet consumer demand for popular vegetables.
Secateurs are likely to be the garden tool you use most often, so it's worth spending time to get the right ones.
Yotam and Niva Kay: "People say you can't feed the world with small-scale farming but you can... with bio-intensive practices it's possible to grow beautiful produce and get six times the yield."
Sow broad beans in blocks of about 150cm by 150cm, which helps germination.
It's time to sow broad beans and plan ahead for winter planting of fruit trees.
Taranaki gardens bloom in Oz.
Advice from NZ Gardener magazine on identifying edible mushrooms - and making sure you get a good crop next year.
If the weather plays ball, you'd be mad not to get out in the garden over these Easter holidays. Here are 13 reasons why.
Owner's work on Waikanae hedge deemed too slow, so council will finish the job.
Nicola Galloway's central Nelson garden produces so much food, she plans her family's meals around what's in season.
It's time to rake up your autumn leaves and plant Asian greens.
There's more to this green neighbourhood fixture than meets the eye.
Landscape designer and gardening author Xanthe White imagines talking philosophy with a sunflower.
Your complete guide to growing food undercover in winter.
Jennie Chillingworth's garden is an unexpected delight on the bank of the Whanganui River.
Beans have so many benefits for the home gardener, it is worth making them a staple in your patch.
Protecting eggs is not the only thing they're good for.
Lemongrass is great for Southeast Asian and Indian cuisine - but make sure you grow the right one.
Kid's project: Attract geckos and skinks to your garden by creating a habitat with the food and shelter they need.
Is mozzie whine spoiling your evening glass of wine outdoors? Here's what to do about it.
Kiwi plant breeders played a big part in making the sweet pea the much-loved flower it is today.
Proteas for winter colour, a miniature daffodil plus easy-care perennials.