Lifestyle and environment - Gardening

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The lost plot: Growing beans over summer

Beans are a crop that prefers the warmer parts of...

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The lost plot: Growing gem squash

Gem squash is a crop not as well known in...

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Grow your own vegies in 4 easy steps

Advertorial: Step 1: Prepare Just like when you’re painting your house, good...

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The lost plot: How to grow tomatoes

Labour weekend is the traditional time to plant tomatoes, the...

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Get gardening, kids then take it to the...

What do we consider ‘life skills’ these days? Is it...

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The lost plot: How to grow kumara

Although there’s a certain mystique around growing kumara, my father...

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How to grow peas

I have yet to meet anyone who doesn’t like peas...

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How to get the best from feijoas, defeat...

Now is the time to feel smug for planting winter...

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Gardening diary: Early autumn/fall

Taking good care of your soil is an important part...

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Gardening diary: Late summer

All the hard work has been worth it: time to...

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Gardening diary: Mid-summer

All the hard work has been worth it: time to...

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Gardening diary: Early winter

Now’s the time to plan, plot and prepare for spring.Officially...

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Gardening diary: Late autumn / fall

Knowing what climatic variations to expect is helpful info for...

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Gardening diary: Mid-autumn/fall

Now’s the time to plant seeds and cultivate seedlings for...

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Gardening diary: Early autumn/fall

The cooler weather makes this the ideal time to sprout...

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Gardening diary: Late summer

If your crops amount to an abundance of veges and...

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Gardening diary: Mid-summer

High summer means water is the key requirement for healthy...

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Gardening diary: Early summer

As summer is upon us, temperamental weather gives way to...

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