Tributes are flowing for Eion Scarrow, the popular host of the television series Dig This, who died on Anzac Day.
Organisers hope the Christchurch Ellerslie International Flower Show will go off with a bang – just like it used to.
TelstraClear Tech Bytes is back for the year, and Josh Heslop is kicking things off with a new app to help smokers to quit.
Former All Black Andy Ellis and mate Danny Kamo have won a gold medal with their earthquake-inspired garden at the 2012 Singapore Garden Festival.
John McKay won the Mapua Mega Pumpkin competition with his pumpkin weighing 616kg.
NZ House & Garden Tours are raising money for two New Zealand charities. Win tickets or a magazine subscription.
Kaiapoi residents have been rewarded for their efforts in maintaining a community garden through earthquakes and snowstorms.
A stern warning has been issued to gardeners who may be ignoring a recall on a strawberry growing kit.
After a dozen or so years living in Dunedin, I have developed a deep fascination with the weather.
If you are going to start or expand a vegetable garden it is useful to think about what you want out of it.
In my vegetable gardening career I have been relatively glut-free... until now.
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Waimauku gardeners Jill and Vern Warren are have been named the winners in Kumeu’s Best Garden Competition.
Over the last couple of weeks you've been sending Sunrise your trickiest gardening questions and queries for gardening goddess Lynda Hallinan.
Sunrise's gardening guru Lynda Hallinan will be answering your gardening questions live on air so send them into us - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you feel like getting your blood moving, and with longer-lasting effect than lifting dumbbells, go outside and lift stones. Make a dry stone wall; that is, one laid without mortar.
Things are looking up for gardeners who are short on space but long on imagination.
Tomatoes – they are often expensive and sometimes the flavour isn't what you'd hoped it would be.
For the home gardener there are few things more annoying than seeing your precious summer crops ravaged by an army of flying beasties.
After the coldest October in many years there's damage control to do if you're growing your own Christmas dinner.
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