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Strange fruit – has found us

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Gardening can often be a gamble. Weather can turn, the sun can refuse to shine ...
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Win! Swanning Around by Kim Swan

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An amusing and entertaining account, Swanning Around tells the story of one Kiwi bird's ...
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Grass - a master class

Thursday, 30 October 2014

Understanding which grass is gold and which is best passed by can have the heads of we humble gardeners all in a-spin!
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Pelargoniums - geraniums by another name?

Thursday, 16 October 2014

Although commonly known as geraniums, many people are unaware that pelargoniums are actually of a different genus of the Geraniaceae family to their close cousins.
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Gazania – some like it hot

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

With summer on the horizon, TOD PALENSKI from Awapuni Nurseries takes a closer look at a hot little South African.
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Eggplant Blacknite – spring back to black!

Thursday, 11 September 2014

What came first, the seed or the eggplant? We’ll leave the philosophers to ponder that one while we gardeners get down to work learning more about eggplant Blacknite, thanks to JUDY HORTON...
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Leucadendrons – all fired up for spring!

Thursday, 04 September 2014

Colour, colour and more colour, that’s what ‘springs’ to mind at this time of year, and leucadendrons certainly have colour in spades!
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Orangeberries – orange you glad?

Thursday, 28 August 2014

While strawberries, blackberries and raspberries may be well known the world over, their close cousin, the orangeberry is much more mysterious and tends to hide its light under a bushel.
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