Peke atu ki ngā rauemi

The Totaranui Herb Garden was opened in early 1981 to give visitors an idea about what pioneer gardens might have looked like. This booklet includes a list of some of the native and introduced fauna found in the area that could be foraged for medicinal and household purposes, pioneer recipes and map to the garden's layout.

Tautuhi

Momo rauemi
Multi-Page Document
Date
1981
Tautuhi matihiko
2017Pa_A175-57_013770
Momo rauemi
Paper
E puritia ana ki
Research File

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Notes on the Māori History of Palmerston North
Some Placenames of Rangitikei – Manawatu – Horowhenua
Wiremu Kingi Te Awe Awe
Haere Mai! To His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
Dominion Conference of Māori Welfare League Begins
"Maori Setting for Princess Kahu" Candidates for Carnival Queen
"Civic Reception for Thai Delegation"
Historical Maori Pageant Souvenir Programme
Funeral of Kerei Te Panau
Funeral of Kerei Te Panau
Funeral of Kerei Te Panau
Kapa Haka during re-enactment of the river landing of early settlers, for Palmerston North Centennial

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Ngā tūtohu
gardening,
horticulture,
kōwhai,
manawatū,
māori,
rangitāne,
rongoā,
te ao māori,
te manawa house,
Tūtohu Hapori
beehives,
early settlers,
flax,
gardens,
herbs,
homeopathic medicine,
kahikatea,
kawakawa,
kowhai,
manawatu herb society,
manawatu museum society inc.,
manuka,
native trees,
pioneers,
plants,
rangiora,
rangitane,
remedies,
tarata,
titoki,
totara,
totaranui,

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Notes on the Māori History of Palmerston North
Some Placenames of Rangitikei – Manawatu – Horowhenua
Wiremu Kingi Te Awe Awe
Haere Mai! To His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
Dominion Conference of Māori Welfare League Begins
"Maori Setting for Princess Kahu" Candidates for Carnival Queen
"Civic Reception for Thai Delegation"
Historical Maori Pageant Souvenir Programme
Funeral of Kerei Te Panau
Funeral of Kerei Te Panau
Funeral of Kerei Te Panau
Kapa Haka during re-enactment of the river landing of early settlers, for Palmerston North Centennial