Blog Index

An Index to Blogs on the GHRF Website

China on a Plate: Willow Pattern Plates, World History and Gardening

Le Jardin d’Ermenonville: a philosophical garden in pre-Revolutionary France

Marriage Bells and Gorse Bouquets: Garden Flowers and Weddings in the Colonial South Island

The pre-1950s reporting of odd-shaped root vegetables in New Zealand

Planting a Colony: gardens, ecology and environmental change in the Otago Settlement, 1848-1861

The History of Garden Gnomes in New Zealand

Garden Star: Supporting Urban Native Biodiversity

Masonic Symbolism in the Picturesque Garden, Hamilton Gardens

Parapara, the maligned Bird Catcher Tree in New Zealand gardens

Hamilton Gardens future Medieval Garden

The usefulness of gardens as historical archives: Louis XIV and the gardens of Versailles

An early ‘Shakespeare Garden’ at Dunedin Botanic Garden

The new Baroque Garden at Hamilton Gardens

A Buxton Garden in Wadestown, Wellington

How has Covid-19 affected New Zealand’s gardening practices?

The Mansfield Garden, at Hamilton Gardens

Hobbiton: New Zealand’s Most Popular Garden?

Health and Wellbeing in Parks and Nature in 1800s Aotearoa New Zealand

Te Maimai: The creation of a New Zealand native garden from barren sand dunes

Can Music Represent Gardens?

Gardening in the Anthropocene: A Q&A with MScSoc student Zoë Heine

Following the Flowers – call for Māori participants for oral histories

A Garden on a Plate: Willow Pattern Design and World History [Podcast]

How common are ‘exotic’ invertebrates in public and botanical garden ponds?

Wellington’s Garden of Beneficence (Huiyuan 惠園)

War and Peas: Women, gardens and World War Two