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August 6, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e22.

Josh visits a very special forest of ancient and beautiful tingle trees in WA’s Walpole Wilderness Area, Millie shows how to pot up a cactus without getting hurt, and Sophie gets some essential pruning advice from a young rose pruner. Costa joins a revegetation team for National Tree Week to help restore some […]

July 28, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e21.

Jerry visits a couple who meld their passions for cycads and bromeliads in one beautiful garden, Tino shows us how we can have coriander forever, and Josh plants some natives that will do well in a hot, dry spot in his garden. Also, in ‘My Garden Path’ Jane shares her gardening story, from […]

July 21, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e20.

Tino gets some tips from an organic apple grower, Milly shows how to train a climber to properly cover a wall, and Costa plants a garden for making different types of tea. A plant profile of Hooker’s Banksia: This native shrub produces magnificent flowers that look great in the garden or as a […]

July 19, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e19.

Costa recommends some flowers that are sure to attract pollinating bees, Millie gets stuck into some seasonal propagating in her vegie patch and John creates a water garden using native aquatic plants. Also find out how to use excess chillies to flavour olive oil while Sophie shows us how she’s turned an old […]

July 8, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e18.

Jane visits a clivia specialist and is blown away by the variety of colours and forms. Tino and Millie answer questions about growing vegies and hedging, Costa introduces guest presenter Carolyn Blackman, landscape designer, and Sophie gives tips on how to fertilise roses to keep them in tip-top shape. Also, Jerry explains the […]

July 1, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e17.

Jane tells us when to divide salvias, Jerry gives his citrus some calcium and Josh offers solutions for a non-flowering wisteria and Millie serves a bag of potting mix three ways to cater for the needs of different plants in her garden. Kale Chips: Here’s a great way to use up any excess kale you’ve […]

July 1, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e16.

Jerry visits a friend and neighbour who grows food plants from her homeland of Papua New Guinea, Jane visits a young couple who have transformed a garden on a sloping block and Josh is busy filling in some gaps in his garden. Costa uses wildlife-friendly netting to protect a veggie patch while Sophie profiles a […]

June 17, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e15.

John visits a suburban garden and shares hints and tips for designing for small spaces, Costa shows some of his favourite edible flowers, and guest presenter Indira Naidoo visits a rooftop garden purpose built for the patients and staff at the Kinghorn Cancer Centre. Tino joins the celebrations for Peter Cundall’s 90th birthday in “Pete’s […]

June 11, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e14.

Jane is at the National Rhododendron Garden in Victoria to check out their stunning Protea collection, Jerry tells us whether it’s possible to put kitchen scraps under mulch and Josh gives some tips on watering the garden in winter while Tino shows us some tree species that have gorgeous bark, providing beauty all year round. […]

June 3, 2017

Gardening Australia s28e13.

Palms are incredibly versatile plants and Jerry gives some great advice on how to pick the right palm for your garden, Millie tells whether we should add worms to the compost, Tino explains what makes the best mulch and Jane tells us whether we should spend money on premium potting mix. Also Josh […]

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