A north-facing slope near Gore has been developed into a
beautiful and productive garden. Gillian Vine reports.
If the weather seems to promise an early spring, it is
tempting to rush into seed-sowing, but a cautious approach
will pay off later, with fewer plant losses.
Saturday, July 19
Dunedin Horticultural Society's annual meeting, 2pm at
the Wesley Street Methodist Church hall, Wesley St, South
Dunedin. All members and intending members welcome. Afternoon
tea to follow. Inquiries to Susan Bagley, 488-4054.
Winter is well under way but what a cheering sight it is to
see the birds still flitting from tree to tree.
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