|Author:||E. A. Upritchard|
A handy, full-colour identification booklet to the common weeds of New Zealand. First produced by the New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Society (now NZPPS), this booklet has been reprinted five times si... read more
Annuals and Perennials add colour and drama to any garden design. With thousands of species to select from, how do you find the best plants for your garden?
Annuals and Perennials Finder contains all the inf... read more
Organic gardening using methods of developed using Peter Bennett's forty years' experience, with successful results.
Gardens are a playground: they are a dynamic outlet for creativity; a place to design, build and plant. This book concentrates on the inevitable rewards of designing a garden space with a variety of plants tha... read more
For photographer Warwick Orme, Floranova is a culmination of a lifelong interest in photography and a passion for the beauty of flowers. His images are unique, conveying his personal passion for and knowledge of his subject. Now with the use of cutt... read more
Gardeners throughout New Zealand know that for clear, reliable information, you can't go past the industry icon book.
Classic Camellias for New Zealand Gardens offes the reader a choice selection of beautiful blooms to grow in the New Zealand climate. These lovely plants can be cultivated as bushes, small manicured shrubs, espaliers, hedges or potted specimens, and provide a dazzling display of colour in the garden during the cooler months of the year.
This fully updated and revised 77th edition provides reliable, practical advice on all aspects of gardening: designing and planning your garden; preparing and maintaining your garden; organic gardening; water-saving gardens; gardening for kid... read more
'Hi, it's Jim Mora from Mucking In and we'd love to give you a new garden ...'For nearly 10 years, New Zealanders have been thanking those amazing individuals with the biggest hearts, the most generous natures, and (often) t... read more
Anyone who has ever visited Central knows it's a special place. That the gardens of Central are equally distinctive and exist in the face of a challenging climactic range that says they shouldn't also ... read more
While Fionna will be the first to tell you she's not actually a Granny in the biological sense, she is most definitely a wise woman of the world who meets all the criteria for anyone's favourite Gran. When she decided to improve her health... read more
An invaluable companion to Yates Garden Guide, our most popular and highly respected gardening reference, Yates Garden Planner will help you become a better gardener. With clearly set out and easy-to-follow weekly and monthly tips, useful ... read more
|Series:||(Yates Young Gardener)|
Following the success of Yates Young Gardener: Growing Things to Eat, Janice Marriott's latest gardening book is packed full of ideas for outside fun and learning. With experiments like making shrunken heads, a butterfly f... read more
This new revised edition of the only comprehensive guide to NZ's ferns and fern allies, includes all native species and subspecies, plus all the established, introduced species, Keys and descriptions enable them to be readily identified, and all are superbly illustrated.
"Prof" Walker" gives advice on how to improve and maintain good soil fertility and ensure the right balance of essential nutrients, water and light. The book covers a wide range of vegetables and advice is given on the choice of cult... read more
A completely revised and updated version of Muriel Fisher's original text first published in 1970. Changes in garden styles and nomenclature have necessitated the revision, as has the increased knowledge and sophisitication of New Zealand gardeners. It includes over 120 photographs.