Dunedin Botanic Garden has just released a new tree trail.
Winter is here and the past couple of months have been very busy with tidying-up tasks, including raking that seemingly never-ending supply of deciduous leaves falling from the trees.
A cross-shaped house on a steep section in St Clair is the answer to the homeowners’ prayers. Kim Dungey reports.
Hungry birds have been feasting on the fruits of one of New Zealand's favourite native oddballs, the horoeka, or lancewood.
We associate the fiery colours of autumn with trees - Liquidambar, maple, rowan, poplar and ash to name but a few.
A "living wall" is an option for those with limited outdoor space, writes Max MacMurdo in this extract from Upcycling Outdoors.
A very old-fashioned, but interesting fruit tree, Mespilus germanica is self-fertile so doesn't require cross pollination to fruit, which is great for the small garden. The fruit is a distinctive...
Sasanqua camellias are starting to flower in the lower botanic garden camellia collection. One of the few garden camellias to have fragrance, this group flowers through autumn and winter.
Fast and easy to grow, these mini vegetables offer a wide range of amazing flavours, writes James Wong.