November 26, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e36.

Costa visits the 2014 Gardener of the Year and explores her garden, Angus explores how the Australian Plant Bank at Mt Annan is ensuring our unique flora’s future, and John profiles a garden that shows how microclimates can be used to great effect. Also, Jane chats to Tim Entwisle about rethinking Australia’s seasons.


November 19, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e35.

Costa visits a group in Alice Springs who are restoring the health of a local waterway that’s a central part of the town’s culture, Josh shows how to build a containerised water garden that’s not only productive but is a habitat for frogs, fish and insects as well, and Jane explores the largest […]

November 10, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e34.

Jane visits a production nursery to find out how light is manipulated to get plants flowering out of season, Josh explains how too much light can be bad for productive plants, and shows some strategies to protect them, and Tino shows some of his favourite plants for shady spots and explains how to […]

November 4, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e33.

Sophie discovers how soil fungus is being used to combat a disease in cherries, and how the delivery method being used is creating quite a buzz, Tino explains how limes and gypsum correct nutrient deficiencies and Costa visits the Hawkesbury in Sydney’s west to see how land use in the region has changed […]

October 28, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e32.

Costa visits Prince Alfred Park to explore how a new design has improved the beauty and value of this historic urban hub, Jerry talks to an entomologist to find out how to distinguish between good and bad caterpillars and learns some strategies to keep on top of the pests, and Josh is planting […]

October 23, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e31.

Tino explains the differences between manures and how they’re best used around the vegetable garden, Costa visits a garden designed to take advantage of a magnificent view of Sydney’s Pittwater region, and Jerry harvests crops and plants some productive spring perennials, including cocoyams and pigeon peas. Also this week, Sophie profiles some of […]

October 21, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e30.

Tino explores how The Patch has grown from a humble vegetable garden into a thriving hub of community connection and health, Angus discovers a couple who relieve workplace stress by getting out of their home office and into the garden, and Jerry explains how gardeners can help save an endangered butterfly by planting […]

October 7, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e29.

Josh helps out a special lady in his life who is moving house and garden after 60 years, John discovers an indoor garden that has turned a dead space into a verdant retreat for workers, and Costa visits market gardeners in Sydney’s west who grow a huge variety of crops on natural rainfall […]

September 29, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e28.

Costa meets a gardener whose ethos of waste as a resource is exemplified in her eclectic garden, which is packed with ideas to inspire everyone. Tino makes the most of what can be a lean time in the garden, sharing some tips to extend the harvest until spring’s bounty arrives, Clarence visits Australia’s […]

September 22, 2014

Gardening Australia s25e27.

Josh gets stuck into filling some gaps along his driveway with fruit trees and unusual productive shrubs, John meets up with an arborist to show how to give young trees the best chance in gardens, including how to correct some common problems, and Sophie looks at some of her favourite bulbs and corms […]