Ethel Bell, working in the garden of her supported living cottage in Riccarton.
Residents at Coronation Hospital with the new raised garden installed for the residents on Centaurus Road in Cashmere. Pictured are, from left, Bert Castle, Dick Williams and Cyril Williams.
Views of Mr Clement Stokell an orchid grower in his glass house at his home in Springston.
Jakeman Moanaroa providing gardening advice at a stall with fresh vegetables at the Church of the Latter Day Saints open day on Fendalton Road.
Bob Bromley in his Sawyers Arms Road garden.
A group of workmen clearing wild asparagus plants which were covering graves at Linwood Cemetery.
Loose photograph in back of album 1. Group of male patients on gardening, Middle Sanatorium.
86-year-old William Percival Glue in the garden tending to roses.
Mrs N. D. Cain in her award winning garden in Ilam.
Portraits of Joe Keetley, who is 96-years-old and still keeps his garden immaculate.
Riccarton High School students gardening at a house in Carmen Road for Community Week.
Cashmere High School students at Nazareth House doing community service.
Raewyn Kirner and Lisa Gemmel, cultivating vegetables at a Christchurch City Council plot on Pages Road with Rodney Routledge, Peter Vink and Mike McNabb of the Aranui Cooperative Trust.
Unemployed youth working the vegetable plot on the property of funeral director Fred A. Trotter (297 Ferry Road) as part of an employment scheme.
"Riding on the cultivator with my father in Curries Road 1958." - Contributor's note
Winner in the People category of the 2020 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
Students from Branston Intermediate School outside 78 Aymes Road with gardening tools as part of an odd jobs project to support the elderly in the community. In the centre is the homeowner Mrs...
The Canterbury District Federation of Country Women's Institute headquarters at 294 Barbadoes Street.
"Freshly picked vegetables for dinner at Oyster Bay, Marlborough Sounds. My grandmother Elizabeth Windsor, great aunt Ada Heberley and other grandmother Phoebe Luscombe." - Contributor's note
Students Susan Hunt and Paul Leigh planting the first of several hundred trees to be planted on the grounds of Hillmorton High School.
My parents bought their first home in Grange Street, Opawa in 1953. They were great gardeners. The patch of potatoes (above my mother's back) was grown prior to the planting of a lawn. Fence palings...
Riccarton High School sixth form students working in the garden of an elderly resident during Community Week. Students, from left rear, Michael Todd, Roger Woods, Maurice Bromley and Glen Moreton. In...