Gillian Vine looks at some of spring’s less flamboyant beauties.
A six-month renovation saw this 140-year-old villa go from cold and tired to warm and welcoming. Kim Dungey reports.
By the narrow track leading to the main entrance to the azalea garden at Dunedin Botanic Garden the showy blooms of a bright yellow rhododendron hybrid welcomes visitors.
It's the right season to get things growing, but you may get the best results by holding off a little longer reports James Wong.
A Southland beekeeper is asking southerners to take part in Bee Aware Month this September and plant for bees.
It would take about four hours to walk every track in the Dunedin Botanic Garden. Although that sounds like a make-the-best activity for locals in lockdown, on the other hand, why not at any time?
Anna Hiatt’s microgreens starter kits have been attracting a growing interest from families during lockdown.
Good gardening is not only about creating. It’s also about editing. Renewal and replacement of plantings is an essential part of garden maintenance.
You are at a plant sale and you spy a plant that you have been on the hunt for. It is not an option to leave without it.
A hotel turning heads internationally was inspired by the glacier that once occupied Wakatipu. Kim Dungey reports.
The 700 camellias in the lower botanic garden camellia collection are all regularly checked and evaluated. This helps staff make choices for the future, culling underperforming plants and noting...