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NAPIER MAIL, JANUARY 11, 2012
YOUR SECTION Specialists
What are perennials?
Plants that grow all year
round and live for more
than one year.
Riverslea Rd Sth
Heretaunga St E
MR K O HARRISON
OPEN 7 DAYS
Mon - Fri 9am - 4:30pm
Sat - Sun 9am - 4:00pm
Phone 876 8022
909 Heretaunga Street
Are our prices competitive ...Yes they are !!.
All of our plants are grown locally by us,
which means we can offer you the best prices,
backed up by the best advice.
You can turn your garden into an
absolute knockout with just a few
visits to K.O Harrison Quality
Perennial Plants in Hastings.
K.O Harrison's -- nestled behind Taylor's
Dry Cleaning on Heretaunga St East -- deals only
in quality perennials plants.
It's a hidden treasure trove of proven favourites in
the garden, such as hardy lavenders and countless
other flowering perennials.
With more than 20,000 individual plants in stock
and 200 different varieties, K.O Harrison's surely
has the biggest range of perennials anywhere in
Not only will you be left dazed by the massive
selection of plants, you'll be floored by the cheap
prices at K.O Harrison's.
"Everything is just $3", we haven't had a price
increase for years. Kelvin who started out in the
plant business back in 1963 feels that everyone
should treat themselves from time to time.
"Plants are an ideal gift for that very special
Landscapers and serious gardeners choose to
buy their plants from K.O Harrison's, so why not
check the huge range of bargain-priced plants for
K.O Harrison Quality Perennial Plants
is at 909 Heretaunga St East.
Just drive down the short laneway next
to Taylor's Dry Cleaning.
42 Carlyle St, Napier • Ph: (06) 834 1150
E: email@example.com • www.jathams.co.nz
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Long drive: The longest placename in the
world near Porangahau.
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Worth the drive: The butcher's shop in historic
Hawke's Bay is considered New
Zealand's showcase for Heritage Trail
development, with 17 trails created since
1991, a higher number than any other
region. Early trails covered Waimarama,
Highway 50 in Central Hawke's Bay and
the Napier waterfront.
The Highway 50 Heritage Trail
This travels along State Highway 50
from Tikokino to the junction of SH2,
from the Ruahine Ranges to the Forest
Park. The trail includes many sites relat-
ing to the history of native bush clear-
ance and explores the historic town of
Ongaonga, with many well-preserved
original buildings. Allow a full day.
Starting from either Waipawa or
Waipukurau, this trail explores eastern
Porongahau and coastal settlements. The
trail's theme is the pastoral history of the
countryside between Waipawa and
Waipukurau and the eastern beaches.
There are two scenic reserves and the Te
Angiangi Marine Reserve, as well as dra-
matic coastline, beaches and areas
steeped in history. Allow a full day.
Highway 2 Trail
This track follows SH2 from Te Aute past
the Settlers Museum in Waipawa,
through Waipukurau and the restored
railway station and on to the loop in
Takapau. Highway 2 follows the highway
from Waipawa to the Takapau Plains and
provides a record of railway construction
in the 1870s. Allow a full day.
There are three walking trails exploring
Napier Hill's historic residential area:
Bluff Hill walk starts on Marine Parade
and includes many Victorian hill homes.
Allow two hours to complete.
Middle Hill walk explores the northern
side of the hill and view William Colen-
so's home. Allow two hours.
Hospital Hill walk features the
Botanical Gardens and historic Napier
Cemetery. Allow two hours.
This is a trail through Napier's oldest
suburb, with sites featuring the develop-
ment of fishing, shipping and wool indus-
tries. Allow 30 minutes for stage one and
55 minutes for stage two.
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