Im not a very good ‘grower’ but my whanau do try to plant whenever we can. Normally lettuce and capsicum. But we have ventured into Spinach, spring onions, a variety of Silverbeet and a mixture of herbs. The big problem I have is that they all grow at once and need to be eaten almost all at once.
how should we plant so that they veges are constantly available?
- Harata Gibson asked 6 years ago
- last active 2 years ago
I am starting to think of christmas presents and always get stuck on what to get my dad. Anything he wants, he buys for himself. He LOVES gardening, so i thought getting him a plant could be cool.
He has heaps of ferns and palms, so i was wondering what you could suggest? Something that doesn’t grow into a ‘tree’.
Any help would be much appreciated!
- Hannah asked 6 years ago
- last active 6 years ago
I’m a home brewer living in Wellington and would like to purchase some rhizomes or potted hops plants to grow my own hops over summer.
Waimea Nurseries (based in Nelson) supply various hops rhizomes and I understand you are one of their customers. Can you please tell me if you have any hops plants/rhizomes in stock or whether you would be able to order some in?
Thanks and regards
- David Stephen asked 6 years ago
- last active 3 years ago
Could you please advise me the name of a suitable fern which is able to grow up to a metre or two high and a metre wide, and which is to go in a shady place. I want to be able to look down on it and see its rosette shape, but I do not want a tall tree fern.
I would also like it to be of a good size to plant rather than wait a long time for it to reach the desired height.
If you have such a specimen, please tell me its size and cost.
Thank you very much! I hope to hear from you soon!
- Rosemary Steer asked 6 years ago
- last active 4 years ago
We are from Pirongia and are wanting to plant our retaining wall this coming weekend (Labour weekend). We are needing quite a few plants, and are wondering if you could please let us know your prices and availability of the following:
Alectryon excelsus x 3
Coprosma acerosa Taiko x3
Corokia Geenty’s Green x15
Corokia Mangatangi x10
Grevillea Bronze Ramber x4
Grevillea Gaudi Chaudi x3
Grevillea Mt Tamboritha x3
Phormium cookianum x9
Pimelia prostrata x6
Pittosporum ten. Mountain Green x8
Rosmarinus prostrata x9
Thanks so much, we’re looking forward to hearing from you.
- Narelle Barrowcliffe asked 6 years ago
- last active 6 years ago
We have just bought a property with a neglected garden on the Kapiti Coast and it is absolutely riddled with Oxalis, at least I think it’s Oxalis (looks like clover leaves with little yellow flowers?) Is there an answer to getting rid of this nasty weed, or do we have to remove it manually and try to find all its little bulbs in the process? Oh please tell me there’s an easier way – we have about a third acre and it’s everywhere.