Farm to Table Veges


We use Aramax couriers for all our deliveries and they are currently taking too long to deliver our plants. We wll not be dispatching any more orders until the new year when they are back to normal.

Please read our condtions of sale here. We go to great lengths to pack our plants well for transport but sometimes couriers can still damage them or leave them without light and water for far too long. In this case we are sorry but we cannot be responsible for thier mistakes. If you have lost or damaged plants please lodge a claim with them here.  You can arrange for a pick upin Kumeu from here. And if you know of a fantastic courier service that will travel to rural places within NZ we would love to hear from them. Please tell us your amazing story here!

For more information on COVID 19 and  how we are keeping safe please visit our COVID 19 Update page

Auckland International Flower Show GOLD Award Winner

Meat N 2 Veg

GOLD for Design

SILVER for Lighting

Bronze for Construction


Designed & Project Managed by Angelique Lambermon

With Thanks also to:

Manukau City Council

Mahurangi Technical Institute

Supertrees Fruit Trees

Antipodian Vegetable Growers

The garden could be part of a larger landscape or be the only available space. It shows what can be achieved within a small area and is designed to broaden the mind and encourage thought and innovation as to what can be produced within a small garden, while still paying careful attention to the environment and what effects man is having on it. 

Through the use of recycled and sustainable timbers it has added to the strength of the design. These structures enable the ability for future expansion or change.

The Meat & 2 Veg Kiwi Backyard garden has been designed and implemented embracing a new design realm within the sustainable landscape.

This garden has been designed to experiment with organic, sustainable practices including dense companion planting to assist in repelling insect and pest attack. Raising all vegetable plants from seed and recycling household and garden waste through composting and the bokashi unit will lower household costs and assist with reducing the carbon foot print created by the residence and other modern day activities. 

The beehives not only provide honey for the family, but help with crop production within the garden and contribute to the neighbouring ecosystem.

The eel tank has captured the essence of  a traditional type water feature but shows with thought and innovative thinking that this too can be turned into a fresh food production unit for the family and a valuable source of nutrients from the waste to be returned back into the environment.