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July Gardening NZ Tips: July is a great month to prepare your soil for planting vegetable and flower plants in spring. Winter planting continues as many seasonal favourites like roses, fruit trees and camellias become available in store.

July Gardening NZ Tips: July is a great month to prepare your soil for planting vegetable and flower plants in spring. Winter planting continues as many seasonal favourites like roses, fruit trees and camellias become available in store.

June Gardening NZ Tips: New seasons fruit trees and roses start to arrive in store this month so it’s a great time to prepare the garden and head into Palmers to see the new seasons range.

June Gardening NZ Tips: New seasons fruit trees and roses start to arrive in store this month so it’s a great time to prepare the garden and head into Palmers to see the new seasons range.

May Gardening NZ Tips: As the last leaves of autumn fall now is the time to protect your garden from frosts and harvest the ever classic Feijoa for warm winter crumbles.

May Gardening NZ Tips: As the last leaves of autumn fall now is the time to protect your garden from frosts and harvest the ever classic Feijoa for warm winter crumbles.

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~WHAT IS ROTATION? A Crop Rotation system works on a three year cycle, with different types of crop being sown/planted in the ground each year to avoid any build-up of disease. HOW TO START-PLAN Make a list of all the plants you want to grow in your vege garden this year Divide your list into summer and winter plants Divide your plants into veggie type: 1 - Root & Bulb 2 - Fruit & Seed 3 - Leaf & Stem~

~WHAT IS ROTATION? A Crop Rotation system works on a three year cycle, with different types of crop being sown/planted in the ground each year to avoid any build-up of disease. HOW TO START-PLAN Make a list of all the plants you want to grow in your vege garden this year Divide your list into summer and winter plants Divide your plants into veggie type: 1 - Root & Bulb 2 - Fruit & Seed 3 - Leaf & Stem~