In Gardening Australia ep 2 2018: Costa and Sophie look at a project growing a new food crop in Darwin; Millie meets the landscape architect behind a wetland habitat garden; Josh looks at native plants for problem spots; Jerry propagates warm-season herbs.
1. Top Crop
Costa Georgiadis and Sophie Thomson are in Darwin and look at a research project that is trialling the popular PNG vegetable Aibika in a local primary-school garden.
2. Street Smart
Costa builds a street library at the verge – a mini meeting place for bugs, book-worms and seed savers.
3. A Family Garden
Jane visits a wonderful cool temperate garden in Olinda Victoria that has been in the family for three generations.
4. FAQs – Tomato Seed | Fruit Fly | Bendy Carrots
Millie talks about saving tomato seed, Jerry gives tips on protecting fruit from fruit fly and Josh reveals why some carrots come out ‘bendy’.
5. Jobs for the Weekend – 2nd February
Seasonal advice on what jobs to do in the garden this weekend.
6. Plants for Problem Spots
Josh Byrne visits a specialist nursery to check out a range of native plants that are suited to different problem areas.
7. Propagating Citrus
Jerry Coleby-Williams shows how to grow some citrus from seed.
8. Staking a Tree
Tino Carnevale reveals the best way to stake a newly planted tree.
9. Warm Season Herbs
Jerry Coleby-Williams propagates some edible herbs, including those that are perfect for warmer-climate gardens.
10. Wet ‘n’ Wild
Millie Ross meets a young landscape architect and explores a wetland garden designed to create habitat for all sorts of critters.
Gardening Australia ep 2 2018 provides practical, realistic, and credible horticultural and gardening advice, inspiring and entertaining all gardeners around the world. Presented by Australia’s leading horticultural experts, Gardening Australia is a valuable resource to all gardeners through the television program.