Bold and beautiful lilies brought a colourful summer feel to Dunedin’s Forbury Park Raceway at the weekend.
Michelle Cox, an organic and permaculture educator who leads composting and healthy soil workshops for the DCC, describes compost as "gold".
A devilish diffusion of festering flesh hit the nostrils of a Manapouri man mowing his lawn at the weekend.
It is possible to grow a 30m tree without creating a large area of shade, if you chose Knightia excelsa. You will also enjoy extraordinary flowers that support native biodiversity.
Five pavilions built around a sheltered entrance and forecourt are key elements of this Queenstown home, named supreme house of the year at the recent Registered Master Builders awards.
Scores of students passed through this grand Dunedin property before it reverted to a family home. Kim Dungey reports.
What do you call a leaf that isn’t really a leaf? What if the apparent leaf is producing flowers and fruit from the middle of it?
Residents who live near a smelly compost plant in Christchurch are elated the city council is finally taking action to fix the problem.
Gillian Vine reports on the New Zealand Rose Society’s international rose trials at Palmerston North.