When not in paid employment, New Zealanders spend much time around their homes, where the distinction between leisure and work is often hard to draw. For example, growing vegetables has long been a significant pursuit both as a means of relaxation and as a contribution to the domestic economy. The vegetables may not always be as impressive as this giant cabbage from a camp in the Wairarapa in the 1890s.
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