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GARDENING NEWS


Growing Fruit Trees in Clay Soils

Often maligned, but full of potential, growing fruit trees in clay may have its challenges, but with a little care and know how it’s possible to grow a mass of delicious fruit even on thick heavy soils.




DIY Pinecone Bird Feeder

It's easy to create your own bird feeder for feeding birds in your garden in winter.




Bring back native birds to Auckland Gardens

Free Kings Plant Barn event aims to bring back more native birds to Auckland gardens




DIY Crazy Grass Head

This is an easy and fun DIY activity that the little ones can do at home. Follow these easy step-by-step instructions to create your very own grass head that will grow crazy grass hair within a week!




Bee Guide July




Caring For Rhubarb

Rhubarb is easy to grow and hardy to frosts and cold wind chill. Once established this perennial with reward you with juicy red stems that can be used in a variety of recipes, and looks absolutely fabulous in the garden.




Recipe - Rhubarb and Coconut French Toast

Try our unique twist on a breakfast favourite with enough to share with the family.




Recipe - Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Sage

Try our deliciously winter warm, easy-to-make recipe to share with a dash of fresh, seasonal sage.




DIY Strawberry Hanging baskets

Learn how to create your own strawberry hanging baskets. Perfect for small urban spaces or personalized gifts.




The Oddly Exciting World of the Camellia

Named after a Czech Jesuit Botanist, originating from Southern and Eastern Asia, and known for their stunning flowers, Camellias have at times been oddly involved in some of the great upheavals that have shaped the modern world.



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