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Welcome to Palmers, where you’ll find a Garden Centre full of a bunch of passionate gardening people ready to share the joy of good living with you. We’re passionate about creating beautiful spaces – both in our stores and in your home.

Want to know what to plant in your garden this January?
Download our helpful checklist here: https://www.palmers.co.nz/monthly-gardening-checklists/

We’re in the business of growing – so it’s no surprise we’ve got strong Kiwi roots and country-wide offshoots. We’ve been helping New Zealanders grow great gardens since 1912, starting as nursery and we’ve been innovating ever since. We’re proud to be locally owned and operated. Today we’re all about creating beautiful spaces – at our place and yours.

So for the freshest products and inspiring ideas, call into your local Palmers – we’ll get you growing.
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Welcome to Palmers, where you’ll find a Garden Centre full of a bunch of passionate gardening people ready to share the joy of good living with you. We’re passionate about creating beautiful spaces – both in our stores and in your home.

We’re in the business of growing – so it’s no surprise we’ve got strong Kiwi roots and country-wide offshoots. We’ve been helping New Zealanders grow great gardens since 1912, starting as nursery and we’ve been innovating ever since. We’re proud to be locally owned and operated. Today we’re all about creating beautiful spaces – at our place and yours.

From the moment you walk through our doors you’ll be welcomed like family with a smile from ear to ear. Whether you’re a guru in the garden or completely green, our local experts can meet you on any level and are keen to help. We can talk roses and rhizomes – but we’re in our happy place helping you transform your place into your little slice of paradise.

We’re proud to be locally owned and operated, packed with quality products and expert advice for your home and garden. It’s our mission to delight you, whether you’re after something colourful for the deck, greening up your office space, searching for the perfect gift or just need a shot of caffeine – you won’t be disappointed.

So for the freshest products and inspiring ideas, call into your local Palmers – we’ll get you growing.
Updated: 8 Nov 2021
Additional Branch Locations
Additional Branch Locations
Palmers Whangarei
AddressCorner Water and Central Avenue
SuburbWhangarei
City/TownWhangarei
Phone09 430 4070
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Albany
Address65 Greville Road
SuburbAlbany
City/TownAuckland
Phone09 477 2750
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Pakuranga
AddressCnr Pakuranga & Pigeon Mountain Roads
SuburbPakuranga
City/TownAuckland
Phone09 534 6847
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Remuera
AddressCnr Shore & Orakei Roads
SuburbRemuera
City/TownAuckland
Phone09 524 4037
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Frankton
Address60 Lincoln Street
SuburbFrankton
DistrictWaikato
City/TownHamilton
Phone07 846 0521
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers St James
AddressCnr Thomas & Horsham Downs Roads
SuburbRototuna
DistrictWaikato
City/TownHamilton
Phone07 853 0600
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Bethlehem
AddressCnr Bethlehem Road & SH2
SuburbBethlehem
DistrictBay of Plenty
City/TownTauranga
Phone07 579 3925
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Welcome Bay
Address1 Ohauiti Road
SuburbWelcome Bay
DistrictBay of Plenty
City/TownTauranga
Phone07 544 1306
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Rotorua
Address147 - 157 Sala Street
SuburbRotorua
DistrictBay of Plenty
City/TownRotorua
Phone07 347 7505
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers New Plymouth
AddressCnr Devon & Katere Road
SuburbFitzroy
DistrictTaranaki
City/TownNew Plymouth
Phone06 758 7455
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Plimmerton
Address99 Saint Andrews Road
SuburbPlimmerton
City/TownWellington
Phone04 233 8902
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/

Palmers Miramar
Address59 - 61 Miramar Avenue
SuburbMiramar
City/TownWellington
Phone04 388 8435
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Website https://www.palmers.co.nz/
Updated: 21 Apr 2021
What's New
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What to do in your garden in January

January in Your Garden

It’s time to reap the rewards of your efforts as you enjoy harvesting fruit and vegetables, picking flowers or just enjoying the abundance of colour and growth of all of your plants.

Edible garden

Plant new lettuce and herbs regularly to ensure consistent harvesting. In season now is dill, fennel, parsley and chives.

Pick your sweet corn cobs when the end tassles have begun to dry brown.

Pick veges every day to encourage continuous fruiting - especially peas, beans, eggplant, cucumbers and courgettes.

Don’t forget to remove new side shoot laterals from tomato plants and tie the main stem to the stake regularly. Removing old bottom
leaves will help air circulation and reduce the risk of fungal diseases.

 

Flower garden

Summer flowering annual and perennial plants can still be planted in gardens and pots, but will need to be watered regularly until established.

Weeds grow as fast as plants do at this time and compete for valuable moisture so pull or hoe them out before mulching for best results.

Pick flowers and ‘dead head’ spent or dying flowers to encourage new blooms on all flowering plants.

Water regularly and deeply during the month to keep the garden healthy and vibrant.

First summer flowing bulbs like gladioli will be ready to flower. Check these plants and their flower heads for insects or disease and spray
with Enspray Oil if required.

Roses

This is the best time to enjoy these beautiful blooms, especially in a vase. Dead head’ rose bushes regularly to encourage more blooms. Water regularly to keep your roses in top condition and feed with Tui Organic Seaweed Plant Tonic weekly.

 

Updated: 12 Jan 2022

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