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November 28, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e36.

Jane visits chef and avid gardener, Matt Wilkinson, to see what’s growing in his patch that inspires him to cook with fresh, seasonal produce, Costa visits a family who have created a beautiful small garden that seamlessly integrates the indoors and outdoors, and Sophie plants out a range of productive tropical herbs in […]

November 25, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e35.

Costa visits an award winning perennial grower to see how she does it and find out why everyone should have a few of these rewarding plants in the ground. Dr. Ken Walker, the Senior Curator of Entomology at Museum Victoria, explores the museum collection of over 3 million insect species and discover which […]

November 24, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e34.

Costa drops by the Gordon family home in Western Sydney, lending a hand to plant up their food forest with a tasty array of productive fruit trees, Josh explains what crop rotation is and why you should practice it, and Sophie explores a large country garden that’s packed with colour all year round […]

October 30, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e33.

Jane meets designer, Ross Ubergang, and explores a chic garden where he’s transformed a tricky site into a liveable space using recycled local materials, Tino shows how to keep mail-order plants healthy and thriving once they arrive on the doorstep, and Jerry is in Roma Street Parklands to bask in the bright colours […]

October 21, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e32.

Costa explores a native garden where a number of elements work together to encourage an abundance of local birdlife, a new segment for GA, My Garden Path is a fascinating window into how plants and people are interconnected across a broad range of disciplines, kicking off with a florist and artist, and John […]

October 14, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e31.

Costa hands out free plants to busy city workers, spreading the word about gardening and its many benefits to the physical and mental health of all who get up and grow! Tino plants out tasty unusual herbs that will thrive in a range of tricky spots – from the hot and dry to […]

October 5, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e30.

Jane checks out the latest flower project undertaken by the City of Melbourne – a mass-planted display of ninety-thousand daffodils in Fitzroy Gardens, Costa shows how to maintain a thriving pond and aquaponics system, cleaning out and replanting both with productive aquatic edibles, and Tino shows how to get the most out of […]

September 28, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e29.

Costa finally meets the gardener behind a plot he has admired for years – a vibrant and creative verge garden in the heart of Bondi Junction, Tino is planting a range of easily grown edible tubers; from the humble potato to an exotic sunflower and a South American yam suited to the even […]

September 20, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e28.

Jane visits a nursery specialising in espalier and shows how training plants into patterns is underpinned by simple principals that anyone can apply at home, Sophie profiles the Mexican fruit – the tomatillo, and Angus visits a nursery to show how to avoid some of the common pitfalls gardeners make when buying plants. […]

September 14, 2015

Gardening Australia s26e27.

Sophie is in Renmark in the South Australian Riverland, visiting the country’s foremost citrus grower, Ian Tolley, to find out how to select, plant, prune and grow thriving backyard citrus. Josh meets Alex George, a renowned expert on the flora of WA, to explore his garden of stunning and unique native plants that […]

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