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January 23, 2021

Gardening Australia s31e40.

Costa lends a hand to a centenarian gardener who’s been cultivating her beautiful backyard since 1950! Jerry shares useful lessons from a wartime campaign that saw home gardens repurposed for local food production, meet nature photographer David Trood who embraced having less work and extra time in 2020 by documenting the creation of his dream […] […]

January 23, 2021

Gardening Australia s31e39.

Jerry shares tips on how you can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from your garden, guest presenter Craig Miller-Randle shares easy propagation methods for a range of indoor plants, Millie learns how to preserve a garden harvest with fermentation expert Sandor Katz and Hannah shows an easy method for making cheese using the milk from […] […]

January 23, 2021

Gardening Australia s31e38.

Jane clears up fertiliser confusion with a masterclass on feeding your garden the right diet, guest presenter Craig Miller-Randle shares his styling secrets to make your indoor plants into works of art! Millie meets a team working to restore and protect the unique vegetation of Victoria’s iconic Wilson’s Promontory. […]

December 29, 2020

Gardening Australia s31e37.

Costa gives some expert advice on how to water your garden effectively, and answers age old questions, like is it better to water in the morning or the evening? Tino visits a town that has shaped its image around a quirky gardening niche, Sophie offers sage advice to safely treat pests in your patch, and […] […]

December 29, 2020

Gardening Australia s31e36.

Jerry explains the importance of calcium in a balanced plant diet for strong and healthy growth, Millie shares simple tricks and tools for creating seed raising magic, guest Presenter Craig Miller-Randle shows us how to identify and treat houseplant problems to keep indoor jungles thriving, and Tino creates his own biochar that will boost crops […] […]

December 1, 2020

Gardening Australia s31e35.

Tino visits an iris grower with a colourful backyard and learns propagation tips to keep the obsession growing, Millie meets an inspiring Dja Dja Wurrung elder and the Murnong Mammas team, whose love of growing native food plants has connected an entire community, Jane suggests some plants that are both deliciously edible and fabulously ornamental, […] […]

December 1, 2020

Gardening Australia s31e34.

Millie shares thrifty tips to create a beautiful and productive garden on a shoestring, Clarence introduces us to the great diversity of Myrtles – one of the most useful plant families on the planet! Guest presenter Craig Miller-Randle explains the art of watering indoor plants in the 3rd of his series on indoor plant care, […] […]

November 5, 2020

Gardening Australia s31e33.

Millie shows how to get tomatoes started in paper pots, Tino will have gardeners on the edge of their seats with cheap and cheerful ways to create garden bed edges, and then head to Cairns in North Queensland and meet Matt Mitchley, a prehistoric plant enthusiast whose collection ranges from classic to Jurassic! […]

November 5, 2020

Gardening Australia s31e32.

Costa visits a Sydney gardener who has devised some smart solutions to growing vegies, despite being limited to her apartment balcony, Sophie visits a native-plant enthusiast whose huge wild bush garden is dedicated to Australia’s standout flowering plants, and in the second in our series on indoor gardening, guest presenter Craig Miller-Randle shows how important […] […]

October 24, 2020

Gardening Australia s31e31.

Costa meets two garden stalwarts who welcome thousands of people to their home each year, when they sell plants for cancer research, Millie designs and builds a wire-mesh basket that is perfect for harvesting and washing crops from her garden, and Sophie discovers the story of a historic glass house and how it has finally […] […]