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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...

   

Our Native Garden

Our Native Garden

New Zealand > Canterbury
Tryed to stay with natives and a little colour in spring.

   

Roughways

Roughways

New Zealand
This is our old garden in the UK. We have sold this house as part of the process of returning to NZ where we hope to create something new from scratch again. It was a badly kept lawn/dog toilet when we bought the house. We designed the garden, laid the paths, built the patio, pergola and t...

   

Felix and Melissa's edible and native garden

Felix and Melissa's edible and native garden

New Zealand > Canterbury > Christchurch > Hoon Hay
We enjoy growing a combination of both edible and native plants on our 1/4 acre section in Christchurch. The back yard was just grass when we bought the place 6 years ago, but since then we have established about 200 different native and introduced species on the property! A small glass...

   

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...

   

The sensory paradise!

The sensory paradise!

New Zealand > Southland > Lumsden
A long process! This garden has more weeds than anything else but I have struggled with small children and a hubby who prefers to play with cars. I call it my sensory paradise (plenty of weeds!) Maybe this year we'll get it sorted? I don't spray either so it takes a lot longer to sort. ...

   

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...

   

Raised vege gardens on Hauraki Plains

Raised vege gardens on Hauraki Plains

New Zealand > Waikato > Thames
My aim is to get a healthy soil and healthy plants to produce mineral dense food The vege plots are nearly a year old now with cupboards full of preserves, the freezer chock-a-block and crop rotation working well so far with no disease to report. Fruit trees include peach, plum, appl...

   

karens adopted garden

karens adopted garden

New Zealand > Otago > Outram
adopted this garden year and half ago well estabished garden well designed by original owner have made vege garden a bit bigger and planted berries eg gooseberry raspberry etc have cut down on some lawn and put in rose garden and just doing another for rhodos and some trees eg weeping sil...

   

Our little patch of veggie heaven, Featherston

Our little patch of veggie heaven, Featherston

New Zealand > Wellington > Featherston
We are the Partridge Family! And we consist of Jez, Loo and Baby Isla. We love being outdoors enjoying the New Zealand sunshine! We've not lived here in Featherston long, so this is our first growing season! We are lucky enough to have a front and back garden, so have decided to dedica...

   

Vegas Good Life

Vegas Good Life

New Zealand > Wellington > Lower Hutt > Stokes Valley
an overgrown jungle of weeds, with wonderful and delicious surprises poking out in between the buttercups. many experimental methods started and then somewhat abandoned, still we manage to produce a few veges and lots of apples.

   

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.

   

wilderness

wilderness

New Zealand > Otago > Dunedin
my beautiful garden is a lifestyle garden containing, huge vegie and herb gardens, three well established fruit trees( apple pear walnut). peking ducks and chickens. also dotted around the property are various beautiful flowers ranging from roses to lillies. i moved into my rented house 2 ...

   

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...

   

Foxy's garden

Foxy's garden

New Zealand > Wellington > Porirua > Elsdon
Just a backyard garden of a novice enthusiast :)

   

First attempt at homemade obelisk.

First attempt at homemade obelisk.

New Zealand > Manawatu-Wanganui
I had been to the garden centre earlier in the day and seen something similar that I had admired but didn't want to spend the extra money at that time. That afternoon I was cutting out a lot of wisteria and while clearing up my mess I noticed I had a lot of long bendy canes and decided to ...

   

Thurlstone

Thurlstone

New Zealand > Manawatu-Wanganui > Feilding
A restful garden on the outskirts of town. Planted with an assortment of plants and colours.

   

My garden

My garden

New Zealand > Canterbury
Older large garden trying to get into shape!

   

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...

   

My piece of paradise

My piece of paradise

New Zealand > Otago > Balclutha
Two years ago we bought this 100+ year old villa that had a huge back yard with a falling down clothes line, a few bushes, a big empty garden, 4 inch thick ugly concrete paths and a concrete brick coal bin on it. Since then my husband has completely redisigned it. He smashed up the conc...

   

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...

   

Rose

Rose

New Zealand > Otago > Dunedin > Halfway Bush
I love my vege garden! My partner 'S' helped me build it, surrounded by recycled sleepers, and filled it with purchased superdirt, compost, topsoil in layers, over an old lawn spread with blood and bone and lime, smothered in newspapers. We had to put a fence around to keep the Spanador wh...

   

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