Bay Harbour: April 04, 2018

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 2018

Cafe off the market

Community rallies to help

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Boat shed takes shape

Piles are in place for the yacht

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Sumner step-sisters Estella Hungerford (above) and Ava Henderson (inset) both won titles in the Emerson’s South Island

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won the under-14 section in Dunedin, backing up her victory at the Duke Festival. •More results, page 18

Sumner

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cameras

still on

hold

• By Sarla Donovan

THE INSTALLATION of Sumner’s

CCTV crime cameras appears to

have stalled.

A Givealittle page was set up to

raise funds for two surveillance

cameras following several aggravated

burglaries in the Sumner area

last year.

Set up by a group of concerned

residents called Safer Sumner, the

page raised $4005 towards the cameras

which were purchased at cost

price from security firm October

Protection in January.

The group wanted to install them

on a lamp post opposite the Sumner

Surf Life Saving Club on Main Rd

and contacted the city council for

permission.

Since then, the project seems to

have hit a wall.

City council transport operations

manager Ryan Cooney told the

Bay Harbour News in late January

the group had been referred to

the Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board “in order that

appropriate processes are followed

i.e. compliance with the Privacy

Act.”

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THE COMMUNITY has rallied around

Jonny and Rushani Bowman, owners of

Lyttelton cafe Rushanis.

They set up a Givealiitle page earlier this

year after Jonny had a seizure and they

couldn’t operate the cafe and it was put on the market.

The Givealittle page raised just over $7000 to help pay for

household bills while the couple waited for the cafe to be sold.

It says a lot for what the community thinks of the couple.

We reveal on page 3 today the cafe has been taken off the

market.

Rushani wouldn’t answer questions when quizzed yesterday:

“Watch this space. There are a few things happening in the

background.”

I reckon they’ll be back in business soon.

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Big swells test Sumner Lifeboat

A number of operations between January and March has meant a

busy few months for coastguard service.

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FUTURE:

Rushani

Bowman

(inset), says

there are a

few things

happening

in the

background

in relation to

her restaurant

which has

been on the

market.

PHOTO:

MARTIN

HUNTER

Container cafe ‘not for sale’

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ROAD CLOSURES

Scarborough Rd will be affected

by night-time road closures from

today until April 24, to install the

ultra-fast broadband network. The

road will close from 7pm to 7am,

Monday-Thursday. Traffic will be

allowed through every 30min from

7.30pm onwards. Day-time delays

may be up to 10min and no heavy

vehicles will be permitted unless

previously arranged. Meanwhile,

trenching work to install ultrafast

fibre broadband on Taylors

Mistake Rd is scheduled to finish

this weekend.

MONCKS BAY SLIPWAY

Work to fix the slipway at Moncks

Bay is expected to begin in two

to three weeks time. The city

council-owned slipway was

incorrectly installed before

Christmas and the hinged

extension was set too high,

creating a large drop-off that has

made it difficult to launch boats.

•July date for boat shed, p5

• By Sarla Donovan

POPULAR Lyttelton eatery

Rushanis is no longer for sale.

The London St business was

listed on Trade Me in February

but owner Rushani Bowman

confirmed yesterday she was not

selling.

She did not want to comment

further on her plans for the

business, but said: “Watch

this space. There are a few

things happening in the background.”

The container cafe which

sold coffee, lunch and takeout

dinners was closed in January

by owners Jonny and Rushani

Bowman after Jonny suffered a

seizure at work.

She couldn’t work full-time at

the business and look after now

14-month-old Rishi.

Mrs Bowman set up a

Givealittle page while the couple

considered their future.

It raised $7090 from 68

donors, helping the Bowmans

to pay their immediate weekly

personal bills while they

were unable to operate the business.

“It was humbling that people

cared,” Mrs Bowman said.

“There are plenty of businesses

around that things don’t happen

or don’t work but people rallied

around us and that made us feel

like people cared.”

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Boat shed could be ready in July

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• By Sarla Donovan

THERE WILL be a new boat

shed in Moncks Bay by late July.

Construction on Christchurch

Yacht Club’s new boat shed in

Moncks Bay started two weeks

ago and it expected to take four

months.

Caissons

(chambers

used for underwater

construction)

for

the roadside

piles have been

put into the

seabed, filled

Trevor Kite

with concrete and had a steel

pile embedded inside each one.

And last week, the seaward

piles were driven into the seabed.

The roadside piles are embedded

between 1.5m and 2.5m into

the boulder and mud seabed.

The previous structure was

built on jetted wooden piles

about 0.5m deep, but the new

one has fewer steel piles disturbing

the seabed carrying greater

spans of decking.

CYC shed and boardwalk

project convener Trevor Kite

said work is expected to take

four months.

“After that stage the public

will have access to an open deck

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Moncks Bay. Below – The old building which was destroyed in the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

the seabed. When funds become

available the club will place a

boat shed onto the deck.”

The original boat shed was

demolished in June 2011, after

suffering damage in the February

22, 2011, earthquake.

Its rebuild has been complicated

by several factors, including

the Coastal Pathway.

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new 4m wide footpath along its

full length which will become

part of the pathway.

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The new $1.174 million building

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improve storage of longer boats.”

Some $240,000 in funding has

come from the city council and

$327,595 from the Coastal Pathway

project, which will contribute

to the extra costs associated

with providing for the pathway.

The remainder has come from

grants the club has raised.

“The club’s plan is for a

combined boat shed, deck

and boardwalk that has been

repositioned seaward to make

room for the 4m-wide walkway

that the Coastal Pathway Group

sort,” said Mr Kite.

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WAITING: The Safer Sumner

group wants to install security

cameras opposite the surf life

saving club.

Sumner CCTV

cameras on hold

•From page 1

But board chairwoman Sally

Buck said last week no-one from

Safer Sumner had been in touch

in the two months since then.

Group spokeswoman Kath

Preston said she was unsure about

who to contact but has since spoken

to the Sumner

Community Residents’

Association

about the matter.

SCRA manager

Liza Sparrow confirmed

they had

Sally Buck

MaRShlandS

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been in touch with

city council staff

and were waiting for a date and

time to present the plans for the

cameras to the community board.

The October 24 knife-point

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Ras’ Scarborough home prompted

the formation of the group,

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Big swells put Sumner Lifeboat to the test

• By Sarla Donovan

SIZEABLE SWELLS resulted

in a busy past few months for

the Sumner Lifeboat coastguard

service.

Following a quiet end to

2017 and between Christmas

and New Year, coxswain Blair

Quane said call numbers picked

up markedly with a number of

operations between January and

March.

One call-out on February 1

involved three separate incidents

happening at the same time, after

a big southerly change came

through and a “massive off-shore

wind” got several people into

trouble.

First a boogie boarder was

caught in a rip by the station

headquarters.

At the same time, a kite surfer

off Scarborough Beach got into

trouble and had to release his

kite which flew off “halfway to

the Chatham Islands,” said Mr

Quane.

“We had to take one of the

boats out pretty much to the

horizon to get his kite because

we kept getting calls from people

on the hills saying ‘there’s something

out there that looks like a

yacht in trouble’.”

SKILLED: The Sumner Lifeboat headquarters during a recent

operation.

Simultaneously, a catamaran

in the Avon-Heathcote Estuary

flipped over and everybody on

board fell out.

“We were all hands on deck.”

A week-long search for

14-year-old Jack Sutton was one

of the biggest the lifeboat had

ever been involved in, with 93

vessels searching from Waimairi

to Lyttelton Harbour.

Jack was swept out to sea after

getting caught in a rip off Sumner

Beach on February 5.

His body was found washed

up on the foreshore on February 12.

Sumner Lifeboat has about

40 active voluntary crew, along

with reserve crew and three paid

part-time staff members. It costs

about $200-$250,000 a year for

wages, crew gear, vessel maintenance,

fuel and operational

outgoings.

The boat can often be spotted

heading offshore on Tuesday

evenings – training night.

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unit for coastguards; it does a

lot of its work within the surf,

whereas Coastguard Canterbury

and Waimakariri-Ashley are

predominantly offshore or doing

river work.”

“We need skippers to be able

to helm the boat in pretty atrocious

conditions. A lot of the

time, if there’s a really big surf

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start moving into night operation

stuff where we’re driving in

the dark, practising navigating

into the estuary, being able to

identify landmarks in the dark

and use gear like the radio and

GPS when it’s dark.”

It takes a year of training

before a new volunteer can crew

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Banks Peninsula by-election candidates

Fire rages, homes at risk

The five candidates vying for a seat on the Banks

Peninsula Community Board come from a diverse

range of backgrounds. Here they tell Bay Harbour

News readers why they should represent Lyttelton

•Yvette Couch-Lewis – I

live at Rapaki and my family has

been part of this community for

five generations. Since returning

home 20 years ago, I have

worked across the environmental

community in

the field, as a

representative

on different

community

groups and

now at a

governance

level.

For my tribe

Yvette

Couch-Lewis

it is about our

taonga species

and water

quality. At home it is working

with local government and the

community for the betterment

of our catchment. I believe that

I can make a difference at the

community board table.

Over the past 20 years, I have

developed my skills to enable me

to contribute towards making

good decisions that affect our

environment and community.

As a representative on the

Banks Peninsula Community

Board my goals are to work

with people who can influence

and bring about change for

the betterment of the Lyttelton

community. To demonstrate a

leadership role at a governance

level and enable the aspirations

of the community outcomes

to be achieved. And to

place consideration on the

community’s social, economic

and environmental outcomes.

When our environment is

healthy so is the community.

•Paul Dietsche – We are

very fortunate to live where we

do and I believe we need to do

everything we can to preserve

this place. I would like to see

greater clarity and transparency

in community board and city

council activities and better

communication between the

community board and the

people of our

region.

I believe

we all have a

vested interest

in knowing

what’s happening

and

how the decisions

made

Paul Dietsche

through these

entities will

affect us all.

If elected to the community

board, I plan to make myself as

available as possible throughout

the region to listen to people in

order to find out what they are

most concerned and interested

in, as well as encouraging people

to attend community board and

city council meetings and speaking

up about these things. When

people are not able to attend

these meetings, then I hope to

try to speak on their behalf.

•Tyrone Fields – I’m an

incredibly proud Lytteltonian.

I grew up here on Winchester

St and College Rd as part of a

family that has lived in the Port

for many generations. I went to

school at St Joseph’s, I played

rugby for

Lyttelton and

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achievement.

The president of the

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of New Zealand

There is, and will

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months.

I believe that the city

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on this matter and make

the necessary financial

investment, as they have

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Lyttelton Rotary’s role

More mossies?

Lyttelton Rotary Club

is starting a bi-monthly

column in Bay Harbour

News this week. In his first

column, club member

Barry Toomey writes

about some of the recent

activities in which the club

has been involved

ON MARCH 25 we held an Art

and Craft Fair at the Lyttelton

Recreation Centre which showed

a diverse display by many

talented artists and crafts people

within the Canterbury region.

Thank you to Adrienne

Pavelka for organising this successful

event. It was good to see

a variety of people come along,

including two of our local MPs,

Ruth Dyson and Nuk Korako.

We have also had a great

response to our Easter raffle.

Thank you to the many people

who have supported us and purchased

tickets.

At the end of 2017, we had our

annual Christmas raffle with the

proceeds going towards a new

oven at community house. The

Community Carols evening held

in Albion Square was a great

success and the club has been

asked to hold this event on a

regular basis. Thank you to the

Lyttelton community for their

DISPLAY: Port Hills National list MP Nuk Korako with Art and

Craft Fair organiser and local artist Adrienne Pavelka.

support with this event. We look

forward to seeing you all again

this Christmas.

Lyttelton Rotary Club was

formed in 1963 and has been

helping and supporting the

people in the harbour basin ever

since.

The club has been involved in

many projects over the years,

with all funds raised used to assist

in the community.

We are always looking for

new members to join our club

as a friend or a full member, or

offer to assist us with any of our

upcoming projects.

•If you would like to know

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CHURCH BAY and Diamond

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more than usual. “We’ve had

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she said.

Mrs Pritchett put it down to

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following day when it came out

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on the Diamond Harbour

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Said one resident: “They savage

me when I go in the garden.”

Another said they had experienced

“unusually vicious bites.”

Diamond Harbour Community

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Richard Suggate said while he

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had said.

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• By Gordon Findlater

A HEALTHY roster and strong

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has Sumner coach Martin

Dodgson excited for the metro

rugby season which starts on

Saturday.

While the team are sure to

have their eye on a top six spot

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year, Dodgson

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Unlike many

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“Everything we’ve done we’ve

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“We’ve gone with a different

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Sumner will go into the

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Spirit on Monday.

They last won the shield

in April 2017 by defeating

Cashmere. However, they will

hope to hold it longer than they

did on the previous occasion,

which saw them defeated by FC

Twenty in their first defence just

five days later.

The shield is contested in a

Ranfurly Shield-type format at

home matches by Christchurch

clubs.

Chris Anderson was the man

of the moment for Bays in their

1-0 shield victory.

BAY HARBOUR

SPORTS

PAGE 17

HOLDERS: Ferrymead Bays claimed the Hurley Shield on

Monday.

Bays bounce back

to win Hurley Shield

The forward came on as a late

substitute and scored from six

yards out with 10min remaining

after latching onto a loose ball

following an uncleared corner

kick.

On Good Friday, Bays suffered

their first loss of the season

to Cashmere 0-2. After four

rounds, Bays have two wins, a

loss and a draw to their name.

“We didn’t perform up our

expectations on Friday and

we knew going into the game

against Coastal that we needed

a win to stay with the title contenders,”

said Bays coach Danny

Halligan.

Bays’ first defence of the

shield is on Saturday when they

host the winless Universities

AFC. •More sport, page 18

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WEST COAST

Shantytown Heritage Park

GNARLY: Hugh Ritchie took out the men’s longboard beating fellow New

Zealand rep Zen Wallis in the final.

PHOTO: WWW.PHOTOMARKSTEVENSON.COM

Titles for Ritchie, Hungerford

and Henderson in Dunedin

SURFERS from the

Bay Harbour News area

claimed titles at the

Emerson’s South Island

championships at St

Clair, Dunedin, over the

weekend.

In the longboard

division,

Hugh

Ritchie

beat New

Zealand

teammate

Zen Wallis

Estella

Hungerford

to claim the

title with

a score of

13.8 in the

final. The longboarders

opted to surf the point

with solid 2m left-handers

working nicely.

There were also victories

for grom step-sisters

Estella Hungerford

and Ava Henderson.

Hungerford followed up

her victory in the under-16

girls division at the New

Brighton Duke Festival

of Surfing last month by

winning the under-16 girls

division in Dunedin.

The final on Sunday

was dominated for a

time by Mt Maunganui’s

Anna Brock. However,

Hungerford came from

behind in the dying

minutes to take the lead

and ultimately the win.

The 16-year-old also

finished third in the

open women’s division

final.

Henderson, 12, who

won the under-14 girls

division at the Duke

Festival backed up again in

Dunedin.

She stepped up in some

ugly surf to win the final

with a score of 13.9 ahead

of Liv Haysom, of Piha.

Henderson also finished

fourth in the under-16

division.

The stand-up

paddleboarding men put

on a show of outstanding

surfing in ugly backwash

with Redcliffs resident

Al Te Moananui taking

out the title over Mt

Maunganui’s Mark

Stevenson. Lucy Te

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in the over 30 women’s

division in which she

SPORTS

finished third. The open

women’s title was won by

16-year-old Tegen Bishop,

who claimed her first

open division event in the

process.

She also claimed the

under-18 title.

The open men’s division

final was closely contested

over 25min in solid surf.

Zen Wallis narrowly

took the victory over Piha’s

Elliot Paerata Reid.

Christchurch surfer

Sam Sands was third in

the final ahead of Sumner

surfer Harrison Whiteside

in fourth.

The three-day event was

hosted by South Coast

Boardriders and was dual

sanctioned by Surfing

New Zealand and the

South Island Surfing

Association.

Many of the

competitors will now

turn their attention to

the men’s Canterbury

championships which

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21-23.

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Shantytown is set on 500 acres of

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smells of a working sawmill, watch the

mighty sluice gun blast gold-bearing rock

and soil from the earth, then follow the

water races to the gold claim, learn a little

gold panning and pan for your own gold.

The village, with 30 shops and builds

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objects and 1000 photos in the Shantytown

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Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a working sawmill,

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ANNUAL SALE

25-50%

OFF

ALL PLANTS

We know them ‘cause we grow them.


DID YOU KNOW...

50%

OFF

50%

OFF

Autumn colour is easy

to achieve in gardens

and pots.

Add texture and contrast by

incorporating autumn/winter

flowering plants like polyanthus and

helleborus with the dramatic foliage

colour of heucherella. Don’t forget

to incorporate plenty of sheep

pellets at the time of planting for an

extra nitrogen boost, and keep your

fingers toasty with the ever popular

showa gloves.

$12 . 99

PAIR

Showa Gloves

Great quality and bright colours.

6

Varieties

$7

$ 14.99

. 49

EACH

5

Varieties

$6

$ 9.99

. 99

EACH

Heucherellas

Grown for their foliage colours and

variations, but they can also offer

a charming floral display. Great for

a shaded garden or pots.

Helleborus

One of the best winter flowering

plants with beautiful, open, cupshaped

flowers that provide welcome

splashes of colour during late winter

and early spring.

Liriope Muscari

This hardy, low maintenance perennial has clumps of

arching, glossy, grass-like evergreen foliage and produces

small, showy, lilac-purple flowers through the summer.

31

%

OFF

$7

$ 14.99

. 49

EACH

$

$

12 18.99

. 99

EACH

Trachelospermum Jasminoides

Also known as the Chinese Star Jasmine, this plant

doubles as a climber or groundcover and bears clusters of

small star-shaped white, fragrant flowers.

$ 17.99 10 . 99

50%

OFF

$2

$ 4.59

. 29

Polyanthus Pacific Giants

The winter garden staple, pretty shades of extra

large mixed flowers. Great in pots, patio boxes or in

the garden. Frost hardy.

9 PACK

$

Sheep Pellets

An excellent soil conditioner.

$ 14.99

8KG

28%

OFF

Huge

Selection

$4

$ 6.99

. 99

EACH

Oderings Perennials

A massive selection of popular and more obscure varieties.

Great garden fillers.


38%

OFF

Fuschias

Colorful long lasting shade loving shrubs. Over 40 named

varieties of bush and cascading plants with a style to suit

any garden.

33%

OFF

$ 12.99 $

7 9.99

$

. 99

$

7 . 99

EACH

$11

$ 17.99

. 99

EACH

25L

Oderings Shrub & Tub

We know this is a superior soil because

we use it ourselves in all our nurseries.

Perfect for all container and garden

planting.

$ 15.99

$

10 . 99

EACH

50%

OFF

Myrtus Ugni

A compact, evergreen shrub producing

small, glossy, dark green leaves with new

growth tinged red. Masses of white

flowers are produced in February to

March, followed by fruit.

Ligularia Reniformis

An attractive clump-forming perennial with large

‘tractor-seat-like’ green foliage. A striking feature in the

garden. Yellow daisy-like flowers are produced in summer.

33%

OFF

$3

$ 5.99

. 99

EACH

Original Weeder

A very handy must have for any garden anywhere. This

easy weeder just slides into the ground, hooks under the

weed and pulls it straight up.

Oderings Compost

Replenish existing soil or incorporate

when planting, Oderings compost is

the perfect addition to any garden or

veggie patch.

OR

4 FOR

$

10

$3 . 79

6 PACK

$

$ 14.99

7 . 49

EACH

Vegetables

Plants these hardy veggies now for a

late autumn through to winter harvest.

Oderings only sell veggies that will grow

at the right time of year.

Lomandra Tanika

A tough, well behaved, dwarf

growing, drought tolerant grass.

Perfect for most areas. Great in

a mass planting.

Huge

Selection


50%

OFF

Heuchera Black Pearl &

Blondie In Lime

Shade areas can now become the

highlight of your garden with these two

colourful and contrasting heucheras. 7

$

$ 14.99

. 49

EACH

Join up today!

30

OFF

30

%

IN

FLOWER

%

OFF

$ 9.99

$

6 . 99

EACH 9

Mini Cyclamen

The perfect house plant, flowering over many

months with masses of vivid blooms.

$

1.99

$1 . 39

EACH

Polyanthus Potted Colour

A ready made garden full of instant colour is

easy with these amazing polyanthus in

flower. A brilliant colour range available.

37

OFF

30

OFF

%

Loropetalum Burgundy

Charming semi-weeping shrub with vivid

burgundy leaves and bright pink flowers.

Great in pots or the garden.

%

Deciduous Tree Sell Out

Deciduous trees provide structure and shape to

new or existing gardens. Includes cornus, acers,

salix, robinia, liquidambar, magnolia and so

many more.

$

. 99

EACH

$ 15.99

Earn reward points every time you shop

• For every $100 spent, receive $5 off

your next purchase

• Exclusive Gardener’s Club only specials

• Exclusive invitations to VIP only

Oderings events, including our hugely

popular in-store workshops

• Plus many more benefits

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Sign up in-store or online today

Terms and conditions apply.

We know them

‘cause

We grow them.

At Oderings, we specialise in all things

gardening. As New Zealand’s largest

nursery retailer, we’re the experts when

it comes to the art of growing.

So ask us anything!

Open 7 Days, 8am – 5pm

Head in-store or visit

oderings.co.nz

Specials valid until 11.4.18 or while stocks last.

We cannot sell or redeem Go Gardening gift

vouchers. Other vouchers – Yes.

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Linwood

485 Linwood Ave

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205 Cashmere Rd

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116 Philpotts Rd

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20 Main West Coast Rd

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