56 days ago


Gary from Waikanae

Karen from "Junk For Joy" "(ex Paraparaumu Beach) and Maeve from "The Living Room" will be at the Market this Sunday and are looking forward to seeing you all there.

When:- Sunday 1 December
Where:- Waikanae
Beach Community Hall, 22 Rauparaha Street, Waikanae
Time:- 10am - 1pm

Great selection of products and some great Xmas present ideas. Grab a coffee, browse the
stalls and pick up an early Christmas present.


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Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

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2 days ago

Fair play or bureaucracy gone mad?

Virginia Fallon Reporter from Kāpiti Observer

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2 hours ago

Heirloom Tomato Plants and Other Vegetables

Val from Otaki District

My last post under this heading! Waikanae and Otaki weekend markets this weekend.
We have some limited late plantings of the following rarely available heirloom tomatoes - all suitable for late planting and some especially suited to produce into late autumn:
Amy's Sugar Gem - suitable for greenhouses
Kumato - intense flavour sensation
Monkey Ass - (use your imagination!) produces until first frost
Moonglow - excellent source of lycopene
Rumi Banjan - should produce until May at least
Tangella - disease resistant and high in lycopene
Coyote - sprawling wild Mexican tomato
Dancing with Smurfs - Small, ripens to deep purple-blue
Small Sweet Orange - very sweet, high in lycopene.
Other vegies include Zucchini, spring onion, herbs, Capsicum and eggplant. Flowering perennials: gazanias and lilies. Otaki Pinks and other dianthus coming soon.