July has been declared Brussels Sprouts Awareness Month by New Zealand Gardener after a nationwide survey found that they were New Zealanders' most hated vegetable.
Cityhop is always on the look out for interesting people doing eco-friendly things that we can tell more people about.
McCAIN Foods today announced the launch of McCAIN School Veggie Patches, a program to teach primary school children about the origin and benefits of vegetables to encourage them to make healthy food choices, by planting and growing vegetables in their own schoolyard.
Trees for Survival New Zealand's best kept secret in conservation circles is about to achieve a milestone that many organisations could only dream of.
This year, International Compost Awareness Week will take place between 2 - 8 May. The theme is 'Give it a Grow' and Rodney residents are being encouraged to put their food and garden waste to good use in their gardens.
STAGING the central North Island's largest garden festival in the region's largest stadium has allowed for even more big thinking.
The second of four seasonal Kitchen Garden seasonal workshops at Christchurch's Botanic Gardens takes place on Saturday 24 April and shows how to prepare your garden for winter.
Autumn has arrived and it's time to rake up those fallen leaves and remove old plants from your garden. It's also the perfect time to start composting, and you can do it for free thanks to the North Shore City Council.
Urgent changes in land management policies and practices are needed if the rapid decline in native plant species is to be halted.
That's the conclusion drawn by the NZ Plant Conservation Network in a new book launched today by Minister of Conservation Kate Wilkinson.
Prime Television and Top Shelf Productions are looking for families who are interested in being in future series of GET GROWING.
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