At the Rhododendron Dell in Dunedin Botanic Garden, rhododendron stems feature strongly and add an extra dimension of their own.
When it comes to getting a head start on the growing season, hydroponics could give you a helping hand, writes Diana Noonan.
Have you noticed things blooming well this year or large quantities of seed on your plants or while out in the bush?
A North Island native that grows well in Dunedin is Corynocarpus laevigatus, the karaka or kopi tree.
When not in flower, Fascicularia bicolor blends into the background. It's an unremarkable large green and spiny clump, architecturally attractive but easy to walk by. However, once flowering begins...
This building was never designed to be lived in. Its conversion to a home is the result of one man’s vision and drive, as well as months of back-breaking work. Kim Dungey reports.
Species360 is a non-profit global organisation that works with more than 1100 zoos, aquariums, universities and research and governmental organisations to improve animal welfare and species...
Roses provide us with a long flowering season over the summer months, but there's more to enjoy than just the flowers. As we head into autumn and winter, many roses have the bonus of coloured...
The owners of some of Dunedin's most impressive heritage properties are opening their doors to the public next Sunday to raise money for another historic building - Cargill's Castle.
In February 2018 when the big stinky Amorphophallus titanum or corpse flower was in bloom, it attracted such a crowd that the queue was incredible.