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Growing veges in and around our townhouse

Growing veges in and around our townhouse

New Zealand > Canterbury > Christchurch > Merivale
Our garden has seen very little care over the winter - it's become a bit wild around the edges ;-) We've had a few things growing over the year such as lettuces, spinach and parsley growing in a container at the front doorstep and some mint plants growing indoors. We're currently growin...

   

Green Footprint

Green Footprint

New Zealand > Waikato
A productive garden designed with permaculture principles and incorporating ecosourced native plants to support biodiversity. The property is certified organic (OFNZ)

   

Janet's garden (Green Urban Living)

Janet's garden (Green Urban Living)

New Zealand > Hawke's Bay
Our garden is in sunny Hawkes Bay. It is on a gentle slope facing north. It is organic and based on low maintenace permaculture principles. I have 'crop circles' ( round gardens built with the no dig method). I use chicken tractoring to do all the maintenace. My chickens go on to each crop...

   

The Garden of Eden

The Garden of Eden

New Zealand > Nelson/Tasman > Motueka
The Garden of Eden is a quarter acre section in the heart of Motueka, growing organic medicinal herbs, vegetables, fruit, flowers and dye plants using permaculture principles. It is my attempt at small scale self-sufficiency and paying for my herbal medicine studies by making a living from...

   

Gael's little Project

Gael's little Project

New Zealand > Northland > Whangarei > Kamo
Just getting started :-)

   

Blockhill

Blockhill

New Zealand > Canterbury > Cheviot
Since 2009 we have been developing our 1.5 hectare property into a forest garden or food forest. Inspired by permaculture principals and looking for something novel and unique, the land is undergoing a major transformation. The 4 bare paddocks and house zone have been carefully lan...

   

Garden Collars "in action"

Garden Collars "in action"

New Zealand > Wellington > Waikanae
Since the collars are self-stacking, it's very easy for me to add height to my raised garden beds - it gets really windy sometimes, and one extra collar on top provides quite sufficient shelter.

   

The Plentiful Pear

The Plentiful Pear

New Zealand > Canterbury > Christchurch > Addington
We've been so lucky to move into a flat with a garden mostly set up, a grape vine, a pear tree, a black boy peach tree, an apple tree and a crab apple tree. The garden is intentionally wild, I like to call it permaculture. That or I'm just lazy :). Either way, we seem to enjoy bountiful ha...

   

I Love Spring

I Love Spring

New Zealand > Canterbury
Some recent photos. The foxgloves under the clematis are about to bloom. The irises I planted in memory of my father - then forgot to divide the bulbs last year. Cistus (rock rose) and lavender are good for the dryer front section which doesn't get so much water due to roof overhang.

   

Our Sunnynook Garden

Our Sunnynook Garden

New Zealand > Auckland > North Shore City > Forrest Hill
Our garden hasundergone some dramatic changes! From a succulent style to an English/Italian style coutyard garden...

   

Chaotic edible landscape

Chaotic edible landscape

New Zealand > Wellington > Wellington > Khandallah
A small edible garden, focused on vegetables, herbs and soft fruit, with a few miniature fruit trees. Also plenty of flowers to attract pollinators. I've crammed far too much in, but I like it that way. I've been growing vegetables for most of my life, but this is my first serious foray...

   

2009 Veggie Garden

2009 Veggie Garden

New Zealand > Southland > Nightcaps
This is my 4th year in the veggie garden. It has involved a huge amount of trail and error. I am always learning. It is 90% veggies - 1% flowers for companion planting.

   

Fruit and Vege Garden

Fruit and Vege Garden

New Zealand > Auckland
I've gardened since I was a kid and my dad taught me to triple ditch. Its an organic garden and I make my own compost etc. Several years back we we brought the section next door and the kids claimed the plum tree and I managed to gain enough ground to add a chook run. I grow what we li...

   

Alan's Patch

Alan's Patch

New Zealand > Canterbury > Christchurch > Burwood
February 2012. 12 months on and our Burwood Garden - on the verge of the Burwood Red Zone - is in full flight. The apricots and plums are eaten. The nectarines are long gone and the grapes are coloring beautifully. The flower garden is doing its best - relying on rain and the occasional...

   

My First Garden

My First Garden

New Zealand > Auckland
This is my first garden - planted by my Mum. I am a busy executive and we are a family of four. (Two small children 4 & &). I love to cook - so the idea is to grow things I can cook with and use in the litchen on a regular basis. My mum also thinks it will be good therapy for me as well...

   

My Garden of Eden

My Garden of Eden

New Zealand > Waikato > Netherby
We Brought this property about 4 years ago. My Hubby could see huge potential for the land and House. It is no where near finished yet, but have established quite a bit of stuff. New Garage is just going up now on the acre and Hubby wants to make that into a Japanese Garden. The other side...

   

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