What's happening in your garden this week?
A palm at Dunedin Botanic Garden's winter garden glasshouse has taken centre stage in the central house's middle bed.
There is no place quite like home, but one Otago family knows no other New Zealand home will be quite like their house when it is finished, Kerrie Waterworth reports.
Hundreds of years ago, in China, monks often selected their favourite local camellias for the entrances and gardens of their temples. Some remain as gnarled and ancient specimens.
Plant lovage, hyssop and summer savory for both your patch and your table's sake, writes James Wong.
The aviary has been a part of Dunedin Botanic Garden for a very long time but its role continues to evolve.
A prime spot to see wild birds, Dunedin Botanic Garden gives us an amazing opportunity to observe 40 different bird species close-up in their own environment, write Clare Fraser and Mary Thompson.
The June "Garden Life" article about rhododendron stems mentioned how, in the wild, Rhododendron arboreum can reach 30m in height and form its own forests. Given that, compared with other rhododendron species, it has very brittle branches, this is quite remarkable.