I am currently in the process of updating my website. I have written a lot of articles about gardening over the past seven years and I want to try and make them more accessible so other gardeners are able to use that information to help them develop their own gardens.
New domain name
The eagled eyed will notice that I have a new domain name. I have moved from www.anitakundu.co.nz to www.anitakundu.com. If you have bookmarked the old site, it should automatically transfer you to the new site.
When I first established my website, I did want that domain name but it wasn’t available. Things have changed since then. Since I discovered that my website audience is not just limited to New Zealand but I am attracting a substantial number of visitors from overseas countries, it made sense to try and broaden my horizons. I remain dedicated to encouraging and inspiring others to get into gardening, wherever they live. It makes me happy that overseas visitors find my content interesting and useful, too.
Index to all of the articles in my free weekly newsletter
I have put together an index, by year, of all of the topics covered in my gardening newsletters, to make it easier for people to locate information that they are looking for. Unlike my blog posts, I don't think articles in my newsletters (which are similar in style to blog posts) will appear in search engine results. This now appears as a tab at the top of the page, next to my newsletters.
Please don't be put off by the fact that these articles were written in previous years. They still contain a lot of relevant information to help people learn the basics of gardening, including how to propagate different flowers and vegetables. I try to keep all my material as fresh and interesting as possible, which means that I try to avoid repeating subjects unless I have new ideas and thoughts. This means that you will inevitably have to persue back issues of newsletters if you would like to find material I have written about a gardening topic.
You will also see that there is a new tab, next to the index of articles in my newsletters, called “search site”. This should also help people locate information they are seeking more easily.