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364 we get our hands dirty with Ben Elms who explains how to start a worm farm. There are tips on growing rhododendrons, and we show you how to make an indoor herb tower. Also, we wage war on weeds with Andrew Steens who assesses different weed whackers on the market.

364 we get our hands dirty with Ben Elms who explains how to start a worm farm…

#359 gives you a practical guide on fruit harvesting, the secret to simple composting, and you’ll find a spicy surprise in the hothouse. The DIY project is a fantastic Bamboo ‘Wigwam’ for your climbing plants.

gives you a practical guide on fruit harvesting, the secret to simple composting, and you’ll find a spicy surprise in the hothouse. The DIY project is a fantastic Bamboo ‘Wigwam’ for your climbing plants.

Are Proteas popular in your garden? Issue 368 gives advice on how to grow and prune Proteas; we look at the magic of Snowdrops, and offer low-cost home composting solutions.

Are Proteas popular in your garden? Issue 368 gives advice on how to grow and prune Proteas; we look at the magic of Snowdrops, and offer low-cost home composting solutions.

#369 Chooks in the garden!

Chooks in the garden!

363 previews roses new to the market this year. You will find fun garden projects for the children in our new section ‘Kids ‘n’ dirt', and our editor Kineta Knight Booker takes us ‘Up the Garden Path’ to shows us what she’ll be doing in her garden over the weekend. Also, Jade Temepara explains how her ‘Hand Over a Hundy’ project is changing people’s lives across New Zealand.

363 previews roses new to the market this year. You will find fun garden projects for the children in our new section ‘Kids ‘n’ dirt', and our editor Kineta Knight Booker takes us ‘Up the Garden Path’ to shows us what she’ll be doing in her garden over the weekend. Also, Jade Temepara explains how her ‘Hand Over a Hundy’ project is changing people’s lives across New Zealand.

Issue 370 is on sale today! In this edition we debate the Oxalis – is it friend or foe? We have features on landscaping with roses, and in our edibles we look at kale and artichokes. In ‘Kids n Dirt’ we show little gardeners how to construct a keyhole garden and save water. IN SHOPS NOW!

Issue 370 is on sale today! In this edition we debate the Oxalis – is it friend or foe? We have features on landscaping with roses, and in our edibles we look at kale and artichokes. In ‘Kids n Dirt’ we show little gardeners how to construct a keyhole garden and save water. IN SHOPS NOW!

#373 Perfect Paeonies!

#373 Perfect Paeonies!

ON SALE NOW! Top-tips for getting vibrant tulips for in your spring garden!

Top-tips for getting vibrant tulips for in your spring garden!

#360 With the night’s drawing in and the clocks changing, WG shared the remedy for the autumn-blues. Our feature story saw the Camellia as our pick of cool-season gem.

With the night’s drawing in and the clocks changing, WG shared the remedy for the autumn-blues. Our feature story saw the Camellia as our pick of cool-season gem.

WG #361 includes all you need to know about ferns, how to make a wreath of remembrance for ANZAC day, and instead of throwing away the weeds – we see which ones are edible! Mmmm…chickweed salad!!

WG includes all you need to know about ferns, how to make a wreath of remembrance for ANZAC day, and instead of throwing away the weeds – we see which ones are edible!

#362 we celebrated all things ‘mum’ by selecting the best flowers to show your appreciation on Mother’s Day, and offer some gift ideas with a home-made twist. Autumn blooms with Chrysanthemums, and we show you how to make a mini-water garden on the DIY page.

we celebrated all things ‘mum’ by selecting the best flowers to show your appreciation on Mother’s Day, and offer some gift ideas with a home-made twist. Autumn blooms with Chrysanthemums, and we show you how to make a mini-water garden on the DIY page.

#365 looks at different methods of attracting birds to your garden, why gardening is good for you, and the kids get dirty with a garlic project.

looks at different methods of attracting birds to your garden, why gardening is good for you, and the kids get dirty with a garlic project.

WG366 is all about garlic, and advice on how to grow the super food. Also, we have solutions for your boggy gardens and teach you how to make a hanging bottle planter in this fortnight’s DIY project.

is all about garlic, and advice on how to grow the super food. Also, we have solutions for your boggy gardens and teach you how to make a hanging bottle planter in this fortnight’s DIY project.

In 367 we ask ourselves what the difference is between bees and wasps, we check out hydroponics – who needs soil? And our edibles are black cabbage and pineapples.

In 367 we ask ourselves what the difference is between bees and wasps, we check out hydroponics – who needs soil? And our edibles are black cabbage and pineapples.

Magnificent magnolias! Issue 369 features everything you need to know about smaller varieties of magnolias perfect for smaller spaces.  Also find out how to grow Hebes and enter the competition to win an illustrative guide. Spring in to action with Andrew Maloy, who shows you how to prepare the vege gardens for the new season

Magnificent magnolias! Issue 369 features everything you need to know about smaller varieties of magnolias perfect for smaller spaces. Also find out how to grow Hebes and enter the competition to win an illustrative guide. Spring in to action with Andrew Maloy, who shows you how to prepare the vege gardens for the new season

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