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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...

   

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...

   

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...

   

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.

   

Granny's Garden

Granny's Garden

New Zealand > Auckland > North Shore City > Mairangi Bay
A sloped garden of solid clay, randomly put together from a blank canvas 17 years ago. It is always changing as some ideas do not work and plants don't always like where I put them. Gardens are on all sides of the house.

   

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 ...

   

Tuiet's garden

Tuiet's garden

New Zealand > Auckland > Waitakere City > New Lynn
Since my family moved here 25 years ago, this garden has been in place. As a child my mum would plant maize so my sister and I could play in it. It has always provided us with fresh vegetables, berries, herbs and fruit. In recent years we have stopped tilling the soil and encouraged self s...

   

Wildwind Garden

Wildwind Garden

New Zealand > Manawatu-Wanganui > Palmerston North
Our garden is officially 1100m2 suburban garden, but overflows out the back gate onto an area backing onto railway land which we have utilised to extend our plantings. We are very interested in our NZ butterflies and have planted host plants for their larvae, and nectar plants for the a...

   

First go at gardening

First go at gardening

New Zealand > Waikato > Cambridge
This started off being purely a vege garden, but I have now added some hebe shrubs and a few flowers here and there. The nasturtiums tend to try and take over everything on occasion though. I also have a raised herb garden, and various young fruit trees, as well as blueberry bushes, raspb...

   

colour for me.

colour for me.

New Zealand > Nelson/Tasman
So, the garden was started on a piece of bare dirt 5 years ago. I love flowering shrubs, have philadelphus, viburnum, plumbago, magnolia, camellia, nyrtle, clematis,fushsias, hydrangeas and roses. Trees, 2 maples, 2 mop tops, 1 flowering cherry. MDH is in charge of the veges, onions, si...

   

Birdwood Paradise

Birdwood Paradise

New Zealand > Waikato > Ngaruawahia
An amazing tree covered property with huge vege garden. All been left for some years as the previous owners were elderly and he was unwell. We have taken on the challenge of bringing back some kind of order to it. Not too much though as I like a bit of wild in the garden. There are plentif...

   

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