Gardening Australia ep. 15 2018

In Gardening Australia ep. 15 2018, Sophie Thomson explores the origins of Adelaide’s free food carts; Costa Georgiadis meets fresh food fan Dr Sandro Demaio from ABC’s Ask The Doctor, and Josh Byrne visits the Perth garden of author Deryn Thorpe.


 

Gardening Australia ep. 15 2018:

 

Grow Free

Sophie meets the generous gardeners behind the street carts that offer free, home-grown fruit and vegetables across Adelaide

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FAQs – Soil as Potting Mix | Geranium flowers getting smaller | Worms on patio

Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions


Drop Pot Wonder

Millie shows you how to put weeds to work by making in-ground compost tubes

In Awe of Inverawe

Tino explores one of Tasmania’s best-loved native gardens with its gorgeous views over the water south of Hobart

Cardamom True or False?

Jerry Coleby-Williams shows how to tell the difference between false and true cardamom

Healthy Habits

Costa meets Dr Sandro Demaio and asks the doctor about all the healthy produce growing at his family’s Mornington Peninsula farm

My Garden Path – Robert Whyte

Self-taught spider expert Robert Whyte shares his fascination with arachnids and explains the link between a healthy garden and spiders

Right Plant, Right Place

Josh Byrne visits the Perth garden of author Deryn Thorpe

Insalata Caprese Recipe

Dr Sandro Demaio’s Insalata Caprese recipe

Pasta al Forno Recipe

Dr Sandro Demaio’s Pasta al Forno recipe

Quick Summer Salad

Dr Sandro Demaio’s Quick Summer Salad recipe

Clay Seed Balls | Seed Bombs | Seed Scats!

Millie makes seed balls you can sow at any time!

Jobs for the Weekend – 04 May 2018

Seasonal advice on jobs to do in the garden this weekend

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Gardening Australia ep. 15 2018
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Gardening Australia ep. 15 2018
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Sophie meets the generous gardeners behind the street carts that offer free, home-grown fruit and vegetables across Adelaide
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