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GRASSES AND MORE  ......

GRASSES AND MORE ......

You don't mow this stuff - just sit back and watch it grow instead! Native grasses, Libertias and Astelias have become increasingly popular with councils, commercial landscapers and are gaining superiority in household gardens. Typically New Zealand native gardens are full of contrast and colour with grasses providing flamboyant foliage and effect.

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THE PRESS - PLANT OF THE MONTH - AUGUST 2007

THE PRESS - PLANT OF THE MONTH - AUGUST 2007

An oldie but goodie is experiencing a revival all around the word. Viburnum Tinus is a reliable and well loved foliage plant with an abundance of good qualities.

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GARDENING SOLUTIONZ & NZ GARDENER 2007 Gardener of the Year

GARDENING SOLUTIONZ & NZ GARDENER 2007 Gardener of the Year

Gardening Solutionz is a proud sponsor of the NZ Gardener 2007 search for the nation's keenest pair of green fingers. From Northland to Southland, NZ Gardener is on the hunt for New Zealand's most passionate gardener.

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GARDENING SOLUTIONZ - Nursery of the Year Finalist 2007

GARDENING SOLUTIONZ - Nursery of the Year Finalist 2007

Gardening Solutionz - A finalist in a number of Nursery And Garden Industry Association Awards 2007.

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NEW RELEASE - Euphorbia Tui

NEW RELEASE - Euphorbia Tui

Bred in the UK, this plant is truly a garden revelation! The second of several new releases to reach our shores, watch out for this stunning new Euphorbia in your local Garden Centre.

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YOUR CHANCE TO WIN

YOUR CHANCE TO WIN

It's here! Here now at selected Garden Centres is your chance to find $ in the pot. Simply purchase a specially marked Euphorbia Kea or Euphorbia Tui from Gardening Solutionz and be in to win one of 80 Gardening Solutionz or Tui Product Gift Vouchers hidden inside.

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LIBERTIA TAUPO BLAZE - an exclusive new release

LIBERTIA TAUPO BLAZE - an exclusive new release

World First, New Zealand Native hybrid plant hits Garden Centres, Spring 2005

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