Seedlings are available now for the 2021 great pumpkin carnival. Get growing.
We've recently started our first round of giant and miniature pumpkin seeds. The seedlings will be available near the end of the month. We've decided to have a guessing competition. Guess how many seeds are in this bag of giant pumpkin seeds by leaving your guess as...
We are pleased to announce the date of the 2021 Carnival. And our AGM is coming up as well If you'd like to help out either on our committee or as a volunteer on the day, please get in touch.
The results are in, find out who won our pumpkin creation photo contest for 2020.
Find out about our 2020 photo contest for pumpkin creations.
The 2020 Great Pumpkin Carnival is cancelled due to the Corona Virus threat. Find out what we are doing instead.
The Great Pumpkin Carnvial is NZ’s official GPC weigh off site for 2020
We have a new location for the 2020 Carnival, The Governors Green. Find out more about this new location.
Jamie Frost takes out the national title for the 2019 Yates budding gardener competition.
Poppy is excited that the giant and miniature seedlings are now ready for people to purchase.
Local competitor and friend of the Carnival Jamie Frost takes out Central North Island Budding Young Gardener award.
We have planted the giant and miniature pumpkin seeds for the 2020 Carnival, have a read to find out where you can get yours from when they are ready.
It’s almost time for our AGM, find all the details about it in this post.
The 2019 season has come to and end with our last meeting of the year.
We had a special prize this year and Frankton School took out the award for Best School 2019.
The winner of our 2019 raffle was Caitlin, well done.
We are after a What Now Kids Cam Reporter for the Carnival, find out what is involved and needed in this post.
There is a planned road closure on part of Cobham Drive on the weekend of the Carnival. There are diversions in place, please read this for more info.
We are giving everyone* that enters the 2019 Carnival a free packet of Yates seeds.
We had a great write up in the Kiwi Gardener’s March edition of the magazine.