Beautiful lasting country style bunches of flowers featuring preserved eucalyptus, gorgeous silk & rich velvet flowers.
Site Number: 105Link
Force of Nature- Floral Art Society of New Zealand
The love of our New Zealand Landscapes inspire me with my designing.
Site Number: FF9
Forest and Bird Waitakere
If we want to get Predator Free by 2050, we should all do our bit! We aim to restore forest health (Pure Forest Waitakere/Pest Free Waitakere) by connecting people to local groups, giving them access to advise and materials to rid our beautiful Waitakere area from pest plants (invasive weeds) and pest animals and grow plants supporting our native wildlife.
Site Number: CG10
Four Seasons Gutter Protection
We are NZ's most experienced gutter protection experts with a range of systems designed to suit your environment and budget. Arrange a free quote and we will show you why we are the best choice.
Site Number: 154Link
Funk up my Junk
The gardeners of Ranui Community garden have come together to put their spin on a Maori proverb. With you food basket and my food basket the people will thrive.
Site Number: UC6
Funk up my junk’s upcycled garden challenge
The Adventures of Hutu and Kawa continue. The beloved characters of Avis Acres have come to visit the wild west coast of Auckland. Their adventures lead them to a fun and magical place where they find some familiar friends.
Site Number: CG2
Garden to Table
We want to see children getting their hands dirty & learning how to grow, harvest, prepare and share fresh, seasonal food.
Site Number: 189Link
Genie in a Jar
Genie in a jar is a wish come true for hard working hands, cracked heals and any dry skin conditions from head to toe!
Site Number: 122
Exclusive "German designed" wicker outdoor furniture with fitted marine vinyl complete with waterproof covers. Come and view our latest releases at affordable prices.
Site Number: SA11Link
Grinders® Coffee - established in 1962 in Lygon Street, the centre of Melbourne's iconic Italian Quarter.
Site Number: FT1 & FT7Link
The garden commemorates the involvement of New Zealand soldiers in WW1. The shape of the garden highlights a fern as a key visual and abstract focus to the garden contrasting with the chaotic hard lines that are a representation of the conflict. The soldiers, one Australian one Kiwi anchor the focus of the garden and retain a visual connection across the garden. Native New Zealand plants are used throughout the garden. The soft dense planting in some parts contrasts with the conflict area where the plants are controlled and subservient to the hard landscape. A native tree represents the start of the journey to war which continues along the fern to the bright red of the crater and the soldier. The dressed native timber represents the gathering forces from across the county after the call to fight.
Site Number: DG3