Gardening Australia ep. 16 2018

On Gardening Australia ep. 16 2018, Costa visits a high flier who has restored a garden in her down time; Tino Carnevale explores different types of garlic; Jane Edmanson plants three hanging baskets and guest presenter Paul West makes apple pancakes.


 

Gardening Australia ep. 16 2018

 

Ann of the Abbey

Costa visits a gardener who has spent hours bringing new life to a historical garden as an antidote to her busy career

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FAQs – Biochar | Fruit Trees in Wicking Beds | Thyme

Jane, Sophie and Millie answer commonly asked gardening questions


And another thing…Mosquitoes in Bromeliads

Josh suggests ways to stop mosquitoes from breeding in bromeliads

Glory of Garlic

Tino visits a garlic expert to learn how to choose the right type of garlic to grow in your climate zone

Ripper Idea…Compost Tea

Millie demonstrates how to make the perfect compost tea

My Garden Path – Sunayana Rammohan

We meet a photographer Sunayana Rammohan, whose move to Bunbury led to a fascination with the insects she spotted on local plants

Hanging Around

Jane suggests some edible and ornamental hanging basket options to suit different spots in your garden – or house

Social Butterfly

Josh meets an indoor plant fan whose eye for arranging and photographing plants has earnt him a huge following on Instagram

Top Tip – Powdery Mildew

Sophie has some tips on dealing with powdery mildew

Paul’s Mother’s Day Apple Pancakes

Guest presenter Paul West shares a recipe for apple pancakes to make as a Mother’s Day treat

Jobs for the Weekend – 11 May 2018

Seasonal advice on jobs to do in the garden this weekend

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Gardening Australia ep. 16 2018
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Gardening Australia ep. 16 2018
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Tino visits a garlic expert to learn how to choose the right type of garlic to grow in your climate zone
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