Peaches plucked fresh from the tree are hard to beat over the Kiwi summer months. Pack with a good supply of vitamin C, they also contain vitamin A and plenty of essential minerals and fibre. Dwarf varieties are available and make a good choice for pots and containers when creating a mini orchard at home.
Do you have a whole lotta limes? Make use of your fresh harvests with Lianne's Lime Pie! With a macadamia and digestive crust, filled to the brim with a tart yet sweet filling, it will be a hit with the whole family.
This recipe comes from Samantha of Marlborough and is a great way to enjoy your garden harvests and fresh herbs. Eat on it's own or as a side salad to your meal. Samantha says it is quite simply the best salad she has ever made!
By June there’s not a lot left to eat in the garden – for us or, for that matter, for the birds. I hate to think of all those lovely bellbirds, waxeyes and tuis going hungry, so throughout winter I hang bird feeders around the garden to keep them going.
Winter is the perfect time to plant roses and when the best selection will be available in garden centres. Follow our guide to choosing the right rose and our top picks for your rose garden this winter.