Go Gardening : NGIA

By: Ngia  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Gardening


Go Gardening is a “classy little magazine” packed with fantastic gardening inspiration for the whole family! It is available quarterly, free, from your local Gardening New Zealand retailer, or by subscription.

Check out ideas for the kids to make. You can subscribe yourself or your children or grandchildren on-line to ensure you never miss this magazine. Be sure to enter the 'In to Win' competitions and check our website after close off to find out if you've won!!

Go Gardening is a NGIA publication specifically aimed at the garden centre customer. It is available to be purchased by retail stores who then distribute it free to their customers.

For advertisers, the magazine provides a targeted message to the most committed gardeners. For retailers the magazine provides the opportunity for more informed customers and hopefully therefore increased sales.

Currently it is published four times a year: spring, summer, autumn & winter. Each edition has forty pages of great garden ideas. The detail is presented in an easy to read, colourful and informative style.

Want your own copy delivered to your door? Simply download the following , print it, fill it in and send together with cheque or Credit Card details to:

Go Gardending Subscriptions,

PO Box 3443, Wellington

There's a Go Gardening Stockist near you

Want to advertise in the next issue of Go Gardening?

Keywords: Gardening

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