Gardening Australia ep.4 2018

In Gardening Australia ep.4 2018 : Costa Georgiadis visits a plantsman’s garden; Tino Carnevale and Millie Ross try some unusual vegie-growing containers; Josh Byrne shows how a storm drain became a park and Sophie Thomson gives an overview of her garden.


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Gardening Australia 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 this television program.

Gardening Australia ep.4 2018:

 1. The Big Picture

Sophie Thomson gives viewers an overview of her Adelaide Hills garden, revealing the thinking behind her gradual transformation of her hilltop home

 2. Jobs for the Weekend

Seasonal advice on what jobs to do in the garden this weekend

 3. A Different Approach

Josh Byrne visits a stormwater reservoir that has been transformed from a weed-ridden, fenced off eyesore to a native plant haven where neighbours can play and walk

 4. My Garden Path – Michael and Julian Coker

Meet the Cokers – a family that share a love for growing orchids

 5. Playing with Plants

Costa Georgiadis discovers what delights can happen when a garden designer spends nearly 30 years experimenting with plants and ideas in his home garden

 6. FAQs – Re-Potting Fruit Trees | Eggy Compost | Chilli Hedges

Josh gives advice on when to re-pot fruit trees, Jane explains why compost may begin to smell bad and Jerry offers advice on growing a chilli hedge

 7. A Blank Canvas

Tino and Millie get creative as they experiment with some unusual vegie-growing containers to spruce up an unloved corner of Hobart’s Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

 8. Managing the Bank

Jerry Coleby-Williams explains how to manage a seed bank

 9. A Good Brew

Jane shows how to make the ultimate ‘pick-me-up’ – for the garden!.

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