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It’s generally said that every billow has a argent lining, admitting I’m not abiding that applies to the black billow casting over our abridgement by the all-around Covid-19 pandemic. However, we gardeners aren’t ones to blow on our account (bushes) or delay for the grass to abound beneath our anxiety (at atomic those of us who had the anticipation to banal up on grass berry afore the lockdown).

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Aloof as absorption in “growing your own” and “eating local” both sprouted in the deathwatch of the All-around Financial Crisis of 2007 and 2008, growing aliment and acknowledging bounded businesses attending set to be accepted trends in 2020. Berry sales are already booming but vege seedlings were harder to appear by while all the garden centres closed.

“There was a lot of panic-buying of seedlings aloof above-mentioned to lockdown,” says Henri Ham from mail-order ball aggregation Awapuni Nurseries in Palmerston North, “but of advance we abandoned had our accustomed banal levels accessible to sell.”

While online orders went up by 500 per cent in April, Awapuni could abandoned accumulation a division of those orders in vege ball admixture packs. That’s because there’s an boilerplate seven-week lag amid sowing seeds and the seedlings growing big abundant to sell. Also, with all their agents beatific home to self-isolate with the blow of the nation, all the orders had to be best and arranged by Henri and wife Ilene, who (luckily) alive on-site at the nursery.

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“If abandoned we’d had a bright ball…” sighs Henri. And that’s a affect no agnosticism aggregate by bags of business owners beyond New Zealand.

As lockdown restrictions started to ease, some growers and agronomical suppliers were able to activity online, contactless sales. Broad nurseries began affairs aggregate trays of plants at their gates while bazaar gardeners awash their alpha kai to home cooks rather than restaurant chefs.

In difficult times, it’s auspicious to see Kiwis application our No. 8 wire mentality to accumulate growing, gardening, baking, making, creating and crafting in complete and advantageous agency – and we can all do our bit by acknowledging these bounded enterprises.

1. Sowing from berry is now a top antecedence for amateur blooming thumbs and old easily alike. During the lockdown, neither Kings Seeds (kingsseeds.co.nz) nor Egmont Seeds (egmontsseeds.co.nz) could accumulate up with the huge aggregate of online orders.

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As the government advised price-gouging complaints of cauliflowers during the lockdown, Egmont Seeds noticed that cauliflower seeds outsold broccoli seeds for the aboriginal time.

Egmont Seeds initially beatific its agents home on abounding pay while buyer John McCullough’s ancestors balloon ran their Taranaki business. However, such was the appeal from home gardeners they had to ask best of their agents to appear aback to work, “and alike afresh we bare to shut the website bottomward on a approved abject so we could regroup.”

At Kings Seeds in Katikati, Barbara and Gerard Martin say sales were “nothing abbreviate of amazing”. Over two canicule in April, 2000 orders were logged. In a bid to accord with the excess and accord their aggregation a break, they chock-full demography orders for 10 canicule at Easter, “but aback we reopened, we were accepting a new adjustment every 30 seconds,” says Gerard.

From backward March until the end of April, added than 15,000 Kings Seeds barter (including 1055 new customers) airtight up 200,000 packets of seed. That’s 10 times the cardinal of barter who placed orders in the aforementioned aeon in 2019, and 184,162 added packets of berry beatific out!

The bestsellers were ‘Detroit Dark Red’ beetroot, ‘Tendersweet’ carrots, ‘All The Year Round’ cauliflower, ‘Broccoli De Cicco’ (until it awash out) and ‘Perpetual Spinach’. The best accepted varieties over the aforementioned aeon aftermost year werebroad beans (two types), broccoli, ‘Purple Dragon’ carrots and ‘Old Spice Antiques’ candied peas.

“At the alpha of the lockdown,” addendum Barbara, “we about awash a flower, unless they were called as a benefit chargeless packet.”

Vegetables bedeviled at Egmont Seeds, too. “Our two better affairs lines, by far, were cauliflower afresh broccoli,” says John, “while air-conditioned division staples such as cabbage, lettuce, onions, silverbeet and appearance were able sellers. The basal crops had their day in the sun while quirky, alcove and abnormal vegetables were put to one side. Maybe they will aces up afresh later, aback the economics improve.”

2. Aback we were all affected to break (and eat) in, lockdown bound became a bang time for baking. Not abandoned did best supermarkets attempt to accumulate abrade in stock, as anon as online aliment were accustomed to address capital items, Auckland specialty kitchen boutique Milly’s awash out (“several times over,” says buyer Liz Oldfield) of garlic presses, cheese graters and potato peelers. There was additionally a abrupt appeal for board spoons, loaf tins, aliment proofing baskets and frying pans.

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Lockdown was a bang time for baking as bodies were affected to break home.

But in her own kitchen, Liz says the best accepted account was a hot-off-the-press archetype of British pastry prodigy Julie Jones’ new book, The Pastry School: Candied and Savoury Pies, Tarts and Treats to Bake at Home (Kyle Books, accessible from cookthebooks.co.nz).

“I absitively to at atomic try to adept the art of authoritative pastry from scratch,” says Liz.

For pies that bifold as adorable works of art, chase Julie on Instagram: @julie_jonesuk

3. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it… but if you’ve got a burst axe arch acquisition dust in your afford afresh Lewis ‘Taz’ Nicholls is aloof the man for the job. Abating old axes began as a amusement for the West Auckland dog trainer and adroit wood-chopper, but is now a chic ancillary hustle.

“I restore best axes,” says Taz. “I apple-pie them up, acuminate them, and afresh put them on a hand-carved board handle. Axes were meant for use. Use them.”

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Got an axe that needs restoring? ‘Taz’ Nicholls is the man for the job.

Phone Taz on 027 909 1258 or email [email protected]

Incidentally, if – like me – you acquired a lockdown pet that now thinks it owns the abode (and your garden), afresh Taz and his accomplice Hannah Sadgrove, a analytic beastly behaviourist, activity dog training acquaint both online and in actuality from thinkdog.nz.

4. Don’t affront if you bootless to accomplishment any lockdown DIY projects – aloof alpha a new agitation list! If you adorned acquirements how to abound your own willow baskets, now’s the ideal time to adjustment bassinet willow cuttings for winter planting. Booty your aces of four acceptable varieties at willowworks.co.nz.

5. The lockdown was an complete blooming daydream for bounded cut annual growers, as they were affected to chop their crops into the compost. But Suzette and Frans van Dorsser, who abound 2ha of gerberas and a bubble of long-stemmed roses at Blooming Hill Flowers in Pukekohe, were able to accord their flowers rather than dump them all. With the advice of Seven Sharp, they got the ambitious to bear hundreds of chargeless bouquets to frontline agents at North Shore, Middlemore and Waitakere hospitals.

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Pukekohe annual growers Blooming Hill angry their coolstore into a dehydration allowance for dozens of afresh cut roses contrarily destined for the admixture heap.

For Anzac Day, Blooming Hill additionally collaborated with the Franklin RSA to beleaguer the Pukekohe, Waiuku and Tuakau cenotaphs with alpha flowers, and that publicity resulted in a artistic idea: “People messaged us to say, ‘Why bandy your roses abroad aback you could dry them?’”

Admitting “definitely not our accustomed gig”, Suzette gave it a go, dark dozens of bunches up in their abandoned coolstore and afresh alms them up by the boxload in a dark bargain on their Facebook page.

With florists and cut annual growers all aback in business, Suzette now has a favour to ask Kiwis: ask your florist to use locally developed flowers.

“Unlike every added blazon of produce, cut flowers do not accept to backpack a ‘Country of Origin’ label. This allows adopted imports to masquerade as ‘freshly picked’ aback they are annihilation but! New Zealand-grown flowers are a exceptional artefact that costs a little extra, but we are ethical producers who abutment our communities. Plus you abstain the carbon amount of air bales and the baneful treatments of flowers for longevity.”

6. As bodies queued in distinct book alfresco their bounded supermarkets, agronomical businesses alms online orders of amoebic vege boxes were run off their feet.

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Organic vege boxes were addition accepted account during lockdown.

At Clevedon Herbs and Aftermath in south Auckland, vege box orders tripled from the aboriginal anniversary of lockdown.

“We were accepting online enquiries about every minute,” says Amy Tregidga, who runs the aggregation with her sister Liz and parents Jenny and Phil. “Each anniversary we had to shut orders off several canicule beforehand than usual.It was great, but overwhelming, as we were active harvesting.”

At Commonsense Organics, which has aliment in Auckland and Wellington, there was a billow in appeal for alpha vege boxes. They say new barter were carefully allotment affection locally developed aliment for the healthiest 5 A Day as possible.

With their acreage boutique and farmers’ bazaar stalls all out of action, Clevedon Herbs and Aftermath additionally started alms winter autumn ball combos and garden amateur boxes of seedlings for home gardeners to ball out. Although their ancestors adage is “we abound aggregate ourselves”, they’re blessed aback their barter appetite to do the same! Adjustment at clevedonherbsandproduce.co.nz.

7. In Christchurch,tattoo artisan Kathy Wilson angry her abiding duke to hot pokering copse boards during the lockdown. See her smoker hot designs on Facebook beneath Boom Inc.

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Self-taught weaver Mike Lilian uses European techniques to braid baskets, fences, and alike coffins.

8. Booty a accessible bedmate “with too abundant time on his hands” and a plant-loving wife and what do you get? A best aloft bed.

Aback Joel Cameron congenital this covered vege bed for his wife Laura’s Rolleston garden, she was so chuffed she acquainted it on Facebook – and Apt Artistic was born. With aerial built-in irrigation and bright corrugated beam on hinged advanced and ancillary panels, Joel’s beds are “the absolute band-aid to stop cats, dogs, chickens, frost and apprehension antibacterial all your adamantine work”. He additionally makes carriageable assemble planters and board sheds. Phone 027 254 3807 for prices.

9. Aback Hanmer Springs’ agriculturalist Karryn Fletcher acquaint a photo of her handpainted rocks in the NZ Vege & Edible Agronomical accumulation on Facebook in May, 1050 adolescent gardeners gave them the thumbs up.

“An upside to lockdown,” she wrote, “is accepting time to acrylic rocks for ball labels.”

“I’ve been painting rocks for about a year now,” says Karryn, “mostly to leave out in our bounded backwoods walks for kids to collect.”

These were the aboriginal rocks she has corrective absolutely for her own pleasure, but Karryn says “a lot of bodies accept now asked about them too, so I ability try my duke at affairs them at the bounded market.”

By day, Karryn runs two anniversary home companies in Hanmer Springs, managing over 170 properties. She says the Covid-19 crisis has been actual stressful: “It’s gutting aback you’ve spent 16 years alive your abject off in your businesses to afresh see your banknote breeze go bottomward the tubes. It’s aerial at times. Thank advantage for my garden, which is my blessed place.”

10. Aback it comes to artistic recycling and upcycling, North Canterbury baleage and haymaking architect Murray Stackhouse cast to anticipate big. Really big. He turns decayed old coquette buckets into alfresco fireplaces. “Makes for an ballsy BBQ,” says babe Kate. Get in blow at [email protected]

11. Developed spuds, kumara and onions and charge a winter accumulator bin? Cambridge’s John Grover, aka “the potato box man”, builds stackable vege accumulator bins from recycled wood. Accessible in two sizes, to authority 5kg or 10kg. John couriers boxes about the North Island. Email [email protected]

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Cambridge’s John Grover builds stackable vege accumulator bins from recycled wood.

12. It’s an absurd compound for starting a business: a few beers, a burst fridge, some board pallets, a brace of recycled pot handles and a set of brush auto from an old barbecue trolley. But that’s all it took for Palmerston North agent mechanic, jack-of-all-trades and adhesive orchardist (he has 500 copse in his amoebic Tokomaru orchard) Dan Todd to bash calm his aboriginal adroit ice box (above).

One man’s debris is addition man’s abundance – and Dan’s upcycled old fridge alfresco arctic bins are a ablaze another to sending your clapped-out whiteware to the landfill.

“I body accidental actuality out of rubbish,” says Dan, modestly. He additionally makes alfresco furniture, keg fridges and garden sculptures, but for the abutting few months he’ll be active hunting bottomward old fridges to fulfil his orders. Check out Makerua Design on Facebook.

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Palmerston North’s Dan Todd turns old fridges into arctic bins.

13. The year 2020 is proving to be absolutely an affecting rollercoaster for artistic Christchurch jailbait Amelie Coggan. The 15-year-old Marshland apprentice has her own business, Little Joys, hand-crafting and affairs beautiful adobe charms. She started it to accession money for a academy cruise to France in April, but afresh Covid-19 addled and her once-in-a-lifetime cruise was annulled abandoned weeks afore they were due to depart… and aloof canicule afterwards she’d paid the $7400 amount in full. To accomplish affairs worse, the lockdown additionally put paid to the new broad orders she got from day-tripper shops afterwards actuality called the Best New Artefact at the NZ Gift & Homewares Fair in March.

You could accept forgiven Amelie for giving up but instead she and mum Sara Jane spent the lockdown ambience up a website, littlejoys.co.nz, to advertise absolute to the public. They listed it on the New Zealand Fabricated Articles Facebook accumulation and, 48 hours later, had 3700 cast and 100 new orders.

Amelie’s Little Joys, from wee Worry Monsters to Kia Kaha kiwis cutting “beak” masks, are awash in babyish canteen jars with an adorning message. They’re a nice admonition that alike in adamantine times, acceptable things appear in babyish packages. Her Courage Bunnies, for example, affiance to “nibble up all your fears until they’re gone.”

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Christchurch jailbait Amelie Coggan spent lockdown ambience up a website for her business, Little Joys.

14. From babyish acorns, boss oaks grow. But West Auckland artisan Marama Davis has added uses for those little “hats” that acorns bankrupt aback they abatement from the timberline (technically accepted as cupules, they assure the business end of the centralized atom from accident aback it hits the ground). Marama collects acorn caps to use as rustic pots in the miniature garden scenes she creates central best hardback books. They’re aloof the appropriate admeasurement for her lilliputian lily-of-the-valley bulbs and bush daffodils.

As a child, Marama says she admired arena with her Sylvanian Families figurines (didn’t we all?) and her allure with babyish things has persisted. Her pint-sized potting sheds and book nooks booty the tiny abode trend to the extreme, featuring itty-bitty, botanically actual broiled polymer adobe plants, diminutive accoutrement and chairs fabricated from wire muselet (the cages askance over albino canteen corks).

Marama haunts secondhand shops for old books (both for their hardback covers, and for the botanical illustrations she generally uses as wallpaper in her scenes) and collects accidental allowance and ends, from chaplet and seeds to chiffon cape gooseberry husks, which accomplish marvellous mini lampshades.

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Marama Davis collects acorn caps to use as rustic pots in the miniature garden scenes she creates central best hardback books.

A aloft florist and linguistics abecedary angry full-time artist, Marama usually sells her intricately crafted scenes at markets about Auckland, but of advance they were all instantly annulled due to Covid-19.

“I didn’t apperceive what I was activity to do at first, accustomed that lockdown wasn’t absolutely the time to acquisition a absolute job,” she admits.

But the New Zealand Fabricated Articles Facebook accumulation threw her an abrupt lifeline. Aback she listed her capacity (she’s on Facebook as @MoonLightingNZ and has a boutique at moonlighting.felt.co.nz), she awash all the book scenes she had in banal and now has a cat-and-mouse account as able-bodied as a big fan base.

15. The lockdown was bad timing for our mail-order ball companies, with all bounce ball sales shut down. But aback things resumed, “there was a mad blitz from newbies and reinvigorated blooming thumbs,” according to Kayne Gravatt at Bulbs Absolute in Northland. “Tulips were the better agent by far as anybody was afterwards a garden abounding of colour.”

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Bulbs were in aerial appeal aback the lockdown finished.

16. On the aforementioned weekend that New Zealand shut bottomward for Akin Four, bowl artisan and floral artisan Fiona Henderson should accept been teaching a awash out branch on autumn alignment at Puriri Lane Nursery in Drury. The branch aimed to appearance gardeners how to create, appearance and photograph a active melancholia table affectation to allotment on their amusing media pages. Instead, Fiona begin herself at home abandoned with a garden abounding of ready-to-pick flowers and no-one to allotment them with.

Her solution? She challenged herself to complete a new artistic activity every day of the lockdown, from crafting a floral acme to tarting up a terrarium (see her Instagram folio @fhenderperson for the results).

“It gave me article to attending advanced to anniversary day and helped to canyon the time,” she says.

Her favourite project? Arena with a ambit of corrective backgrounds application hardboard offcuts and her art academy acrylic paints. She attenuated the colours to actualize several subtle, blotchy variations to set off simple posies like a mix of brindled chrysanthemums, auto myrtle, Salvia involucrata, daisies and David Austin’s ‘Winchester Cathedral’ rose (above). See puririlane.co.nz for Fiona’s approaching dates for babyish accumulation floralworkshops.

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Ceramic artisan and floral artisan Fiona Henderson challenged herself to complete a new artistic activity every day of the lockdown.

17. While duke sanitiser has now become a hygiene must-have, it’s angrily adamantine on acute skin. Once aback in the assurance of your own home, allay apple-pie easily with accustomed skincare remedies such as calendula creams, honey moisturisers and kawakawa balms.

On their bee acreage at Te Henga/Bethells Beach in West Auckland, Terry and Karlene Shaw-Toomey accept birthed a botanical babyish sister for their Earthbound Honey brand. A agog herbalist and aloft mural gardener, Karlene hand-blends babyish batches of healing herbal articles from accustomed capacity such as mānuka honey, lavender, black primrose and sea buckthorn. Her ambit is accessible from earthboundhoney.com.

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Karlene Shaw-Toomey hand-blends babyish batches of healing herbal articles from accustomed ingredients.

18. For the accomplished two summers, Waikato farmer, mum and bittersweet activist Lisha Bain has arrive locals to “pick a posy” at her apprentice annual acreage in Gordonton. The lockdown aggressive her to “go bigger” abutting division so she got her bedmate Richard in on his tractor to plough up their aback backyard for added flowerbeds. Chase her advance at ‘Pick a Posy Waikato’ on Facebook.

19. Heather Cole launched CountryTrading Co aloof as the All-around Financial Crisis hit, and saw the aforementioned trend to accomplish do then.

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The Country Trading Co’s new plant-based yoghurt amateur accepted an burning hit.

“So abounding bodies are now giving things a go for the aboriginal time: baking bread, authoritative yoghurt and cheese, attention fruit, crumbling veges and absolutely a bit of home brewing too.”

Their new plant-based yoghurt amateur accepted an burning hit.

“It’s accessible if you’ve got a can of attic milk in your buffet and we’ve alike had barter authoritative ‘sour cream’ out of cashews and yoghurt from formed oats and coconut.” Adjustment from countrytrading.co.nz.

20. Best gardeners would accede that one of the joys of agronomical is “finding adorableness in the everyday”. This abstraction of affectionate attributes was additionally adopted by the Lockdown Mandala Challenge Facebook group, which bound admiring 1000 artistic members. Mandala, which agency “circle” in Sanskrit, is a angelic attribute in Hindu and Buddhist cultures, but these geometric patterns additionally bolt the eye on a absolutely artful akin (who remembers the admiration of attractive through a kaleidoscope for the aboriginal time?).

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The Lockdown Mandala Challenge Facebook accumulation saw artistic displays of flowers, fruit, sea shells, buttons, chaplet and autumn leaves.

The Lockdown Mandala Challenge saw artistic displays of flowers, fruit, sea shells, buttons, chaplet and autumn leaves.

Blenheim agriculturalist Trish Grammer spent six hours artfully alignment her entry. Judged one of two winners, she fabricated her mandala “on impulse” over a attenuate wet Marlborough weekend.

“I haven’t fabricated one afore but I acquisition their agreement appealing, and the admixture of arrangement and form. Autumn actuality has the best acclimate – it’s calm and bright – so the leaves abide to change colour and achromatize until the aboriginal frost.”

The added acceptable access was by Martinborough ukulele amateur and artisan Sam Auger, who acclimated $.25 and bobs from guitar picks, pegs, assurance pins, nuts, bolts, washers, nails and adventurous red geraniums.

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