A look at gardens that are living works of art, developed by creative women all around New Zealand.
Juliet Nicholas was given a camera by her parents at the age
of seven, sparking a lifelong fascination with photography. Over
the past 30 years her photography has featured regularly in New
Zealand's leading lifestyle magazines and she has worked on several
books. When she is not working, Juliet can be found tending her
garden or escaping to the wilderness of Stewart Island, where she
delights in tramping, fishing and enjoying the bounty of the great
Barb Rogers From newshound to book author, via tutoring, editing magazines, and writing or editing stories, it's taken Barb a few decades to work out what she wants to do - concentrate on writing about gardens and gardeners. A frustrated part-time gardener, she chronicles other people's green-fingered accomplishments while the weeds mount in her own garden.