Exterior of Helga's fresh fruit, Veges and Health Foods shop at 784 Gloucester Street in Avonside.
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.
Newspaper caption: "This is an invention of Mr Stanley Thompson of Halkett, for picking turnips from the ground, slicing them and feeding them to sheep or other stock. An account of a practical test...
Views of the damage occurred from escaped cows at the Burwood property owned by Mrs S. A. Dale.
Brian Keeley, manager for Northlands SuperValue supermarket, with Harvey Smith, supermarket operations manager for GUS in the produce section.
View of a produce section of a supermarket.
Market gardener, John Medley, of Prestons Road, with hail damaged crops.
Newspaper caption: The Malvern Agricultural and Pastoral Association's Annual Winter Show at Sheffield
Three men preparing a produce stall at the New Zealand Industries Fair in 1941 at the Dalgety's buildings in Moorhouse Ave.
Scenes of the busy Christchurch City fruit and produce markets at Market Row in the block between Lichfield Street and Tuam Street in the run up to Christmas.
Papanui High School student, Jennie Hobbs, holding up a pumpkin whilst pumpkin picking at G. F. Case and Sons farm on Cranford Street.
A group of children at Wainoni School gathered around a hāngi basket of cabbage with Ronald Amai. Children, back from left, Nathan Cowan, Chris Manawatu, Joseph Kapea and Arthur Shelford. Front, from...
Brothers John and Basil Fitzpatrick with jars of the pickled onions made by the family firm Basil Fitzpatrick and Co Ltd.
Chris Collins with a cabbage plant at the 'share market garden' on the site of the former Munns Menswear building on the corner of Colombo Street and Gloucester Street.
View of customers being served at the Growers Direct Market on Yaldhurst Road in Upper Riccarton.
"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
Jakeman Moanaroa providing gardening advice at a stall with fresh vegetables at the Church of the Latter Day Saints open day on Fendalton Road.
A selection of Watties frozen vegetables and a microwave cookery book.
Stacey Williams and Damien Stone with pumpkins they will sell at McKenzie Residential School to raise money for Telethon.
Woolworths staff dressed up at an auction for Telethon. Pictured are Jackie Woods and Brent James.
A man takes a walk in Bishopdale Village Mall, Bishopdale. To his left are fruit and vegetables for sale and the Blue Dolphin Fish and Chip Shop and Bishopdale Bakery and Coffee bar signs are in the...
Table display of entries into the vegetable of the month competition at the Halswell Garden Club awards day held at St. Mary's Anglican Church, 329 Halswell Road.
View of Lizzie and David's vegetable garden at their home on Fleming Street, North New Brighton.