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Maramataka For Kohitātea And Huitānguru
Kua makuru te kai; ka kai te tangataingā kai hou o te tau. Food is abundant; we partake in the new foods of the season. Fruits of the new season are set and ready for ripening as the karaka berries ripen. The kiekie is ready for gathering. Unless you
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Common Ground
By 1943 [creating humus] had become a matter of great discussion among garden experts (and the farming community) both in New Zealand and throughout the British Empire. The Compost Club, one of Guy Chapman’s organisations, led the charge, promoting t
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Tips And Tasks For The Summer Garden
A mid-summer garden can feel completely overwhelming, especially if you’ve recently returned from a well-earned holiday. Head-high herbs, overgrown greenhouse, courgettes on steroids, and flowers knocking at the windows to be let in! But amidst the s