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Feel free to get in touch whenever you're ready to talk gardens, and don`t forget to tell us where in Auckland you are!

Email: grow@kateandco.co.nz

Cell: 027 4433 488

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Tips for keeping your garden hydrated (without breaking the law!)

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Simple steps for winter-ready roses

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Brew up some Banana Peel Tea for your garden

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Gardening tips for an Easter staycation

While Easter weekend often involves a mad dash to the garden store, this year we’ve come up with a few easy ways to show your garden some love, without heading out at all. Mulch & cover vegetableRead more

5 ways to use coffee grinds in your garden

Since it is likely our home caffeine consumption is going to soar over the next little while, we thought it might be handy to have some quick tips on what to do with those used coffee grinds in theRead more

Happiness is pottering in the garden

We have been sharing tips with our locked-down customers who want to keep their gardens looking gorgeous until their next Kate & Co. visit! And we thought why not share some of their questions (andRead more

Hellebores - the roses of winter

"So are these weeds? They don’t seem to do much. Do you want to just pull them out?" That is generally how the conversation goes around Hellebores. And to be honest when they are not floweringRead more

Street frontage that goes with the flow

When you have a strip of plantable space out front of your home, knowing what to plant can feel overwhelming.  A wander up and down your street will give you a good feel for how your neighboursRead more

Awesome planting options for shared spaces

Shared spaces offer some great options for well thought through planting.  This week our team have been reworking a couple of these zones, including apartment shared walkways and school gardens. Read more

Succulently living walls

On a recent trip to Russell I came across some fantastic looking living walls such as this one decorating the entrance to Hone's Garden (the best summer pizza joint by the way). Living walls areRead more

Flamingo Gardens

Love them or hate them Flamingos are a garden statement.  And while as gardeners we often find them falling apart in the bottom of a garden, with legs missing and beaks askew - I always smileRead more

Hydrangea - the ugly season

We know many of you are feeling depressed about your hydrangeas - especially once we have shown you how to prune them....down to sad little stumps. So I am writing this post to reassure you thatRead more
 

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