Gillian Vine visits a winter garden show in Queensland.
Gillian Vine enjoys a touch of Japan in South Australia.
Gillian Vine fights to get things to grow in dry shade.
Gillian Vine visits an Adelaide garden adapted to the harsher climate.
A rundown rental gets a new lease on life. Kim Dungey reports.
Gillian Vine sings penstemons' praises.
Gillian Vine says some vegetables still can be planted or sown.
Botanical Latin comes from a plethora of other languages with a multitude of pronunciations. So say them how you like, writes James Wong.
Gillian Vine considers going up instead of out.
Gillian Vine looks at the contribution made to rose breeding by David Austin.
Gillian Vine looks at a misnamed plant, the day lily.
A Dunedin house built more than 120 years ago is a treasure trove of historic items and details. Kim Dungey reports.
Gillian Vine suggests a Kiwi approach to summer vegetables.
Great holidays start here, Kim Dungey reports.
Gillian Vine encounters a honey of an idea for gardeners.
A love of restoring boats led Mandy Groshinski to Central Otago's big-sky, writes Bryce Langston in this extract from Living Big in a Tiny House.
Gillian Vine looks at four recently-published garden books.
Gillian Vine sees how a garden has developed in 14 years.
While a category 2 historic places status protected the St John's Presbyterian Church and Sunday school in Cromwell from demolition, it made them a daunting prospect for prospective buyers, writes Caroline Foster.
Gillian Vine looks at a vast vegetable family.