Stress free tips for great Roses....

I think every Gardener probably has a plant they aren't naturally drawn to. For me? It was roses. They can be pretty intimidating things - loads of complicated advice, prone to pests, thorny, growing in weird shapes, lengthy you-tube videos explaining the science of pru...
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I get it. By the time Christmas rolls around, the garden is not top on your priority list. But at the same, so much of what happens at Christmas time takes place in the garden (think bbq, wines, family photos....) so here are my top tips to making it a space to be proud of. ...
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WINNERS!

October 10, 2017
We are so thrilled to be declared the winners of the Most Outstanding Lifestyle Business Award. For the past decade, The David Awards have been recognising the unsung heroes in home and small businesses throughout New Zealand – the Kiwi Davids taking on the Goliaths of the...
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Little announcement! We are a finalist in two categories of The David Awards for small biz. Both categories are so key to the vision I have had from Day 1 for Kate the Gardener - focusing on the work / life balance for all my wonderful gardeners and spreading the goodne...
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Testimonial time!

September 25, 2017

We're not ones to blow our own trumpet.

We let our amazing clients do that for us! Here's a selection of the latest reviews and testimonials we've received..."Kate is a wonderful gardener with a great eye, and always delivers! She has sorted out my garden and keeps it in top shape, I highly recommend her services!...
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Mini Makeover Reveal

September 20, 2017

LESSON 1 - For garden rock stars

Any of you who know me, know I will not shoosh about mulch. In winter it can be life changing. Not only does it make your complete shambles of a garden look less horrific, it does these amazing things:  Minimises weed regrowth so you can spend less time freezing your bu...
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Mini makeover

August 1, 2017
Tracey hard at work - as always!...
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