New Zealand Woman’s Weekly


Regenerative gardens are gaining in popularity which, put simply, means restoring organic matter to create healthier soil and therefore healthier plants.

Niva and Yotam Kay, who live on the Coromandel Peninsula, have released a book, The Abundant Garden, which has simple strategies and techniques to help keep plants and soil healthy.

Here they share their top 10 steps for a regenerative garden.

1 The most important thing when thinking about regenerative gardening

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