Chives, wonderful chives!
The all year round staple for every home garden
One of the most sought-after ingredients used for flavouring and garnishing recipes - especially in the French and Mediterranean cuisines!Read more
Start your own worm farm
Easier then you think!
Having your own worm farm is a fun way to recycle your household waste into something you can use on your garden.Read more
Brown snails can cause quite a bit of damage in the garden, especially during the cool damp days of springRead more
Asparagus and Grilled Halloumi Salad
Delicious and packed full of summer flavours!
As the weather gets warmer, salads become more popular!Read more
Starting your own worm farm!
Having your own worm farm is a fun way to recycle your household waste into something you can use on your garden.
Sustainably Harvesting your garden
Maintaining your garden so you can harvest vegetables time and time again
McGregor's Guide to Growing the Best Tomatoes
How to get the most gorgeous tomatoes this season!
Latest Questions & Answers
Oriental vegetable varieties have becomes a part of our everyday diets. And, like other fresh vegetables, they taste better if they’re grown in the home garden and harvested just as they’re required. Many grow easily from seed, which means you can…Read More
There are several species of thistle that are weeds in New Zealand; Nodding Thistle, California Thistle, Scotch Thistle and Sow Thistle. Californian Thistle is a perennial and can be difficult to control due to vegetative growth from its creeping and spreading root system. In mown lawns it…Read More
Most seed packets tell you how deep to plant. A rule of thumb is to sow seeds two or three times as deep as they are wide. Take care not to plant seeds to deep. A seed contains a limited supply of stored food to nourish it during germination. If you plant…Read More