Scents of history

Hooper, Michael
November 2009
Heritage New Zealand;Summer2009, Issue 115, p48
The article features the Waitangi National Trust Estate which was recognized in its founding membership of the New Zealand Gardens Trust Garden of National Significance scheme. It is stated that the trust was set up to protect the grounds but its free entry was only given in October 2008. It notes that the horticultural background of James Busby, who was sent to live at Waitangi, led to its development. It also mentions the development of the wine industry through the Treaty House of Busby.


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