The cool seasons may be a time of rest for your fruit trees, but if you want them to be productive and healthy, come spring, you need to put in the work while they are taking a break. And it starts with, nutrition.
Who said gardening had to stop with winter – make this your best indoor gardening year ever!
Fresh fruit growers and their customers can’t resist novelty – and they now have it, once again, in the form of Yuzu, an unusual citrus which is available in New Zealand
Newspaper has always been popular with gardeners – the sky’s the limit as to what you can use newspapers for in your garden.
When you garden smarter, you can expect to have your hands in the dirt for as long as you want to. Here are 8 tips to help it happen!
Most gardeners will say they never have enough compost, but it tuns out compost quality, not quantity is what really counts.
Kiwis love nothing more than a good spud – and many of us grow our own to satisfy that very craving! Now, research has come up with tried and true tips to help our potato crop last longer than ever.
It can be all too easy to accept your garden the way it is, even when it doesn’t please you, yet moving a shrub to a more desirable location is so much easier than you might think.
We all know it pays to take stock of possessions while we still have the energy, and inclination, to divest ourselves of those we no longer need, but every now and then, it also makes good sense to purchase something new...
Variety is the spice of life – it’s an old saying that applies as much to edible gardening as it does to anything else. Plant breeders are well aware of it, which is why they are always developing new and unusual fruits and vegetables for gardeners to grow at home.