Gardening Australia ep. 17 2018

In our Gardening Australia ep. 17 2018, Jerry Coleby-Williams explores what’s happening in his garden at night; Millie Ross builds a box to welcome microbats; and Josh Byrne builds some covers to keep cats off his vegie patch at night.


 

Gardening Australia ep. 17 2018

 

Gum Nuts

Jane finds a treasure trove of Eucalyptus from all over Australia growing in a relatively new botanic garden run by volunteers in Melbourne’s west

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Living the Dream

Costa meets two highly talented young people who have built a lifestyle around their passion for growing vegetables

FAQs – Attracting beneficial insects | Clover weed | Composting rhubarb leaves

Millie suggests plants to attract beneficial insects, Sophie explains why some clovers are beneficial while others might become weeds, and Tino talks about composting rhubarb leaves

Bump in the Night

Jerry explores his garden at night to see what’s flowering, who’s pollinating and what is eating what!

Bat BnB

Millie discovers microbats can munch their way through millions of mosquitoes, so she builds a bat box to encourage them to hang around her house

Keeping Cats Out

Every night the neighbourhood cats make themselves at home in Josh’s garden, so he shares a devious way he’s devised to keep them from digging up his vegie patch

My Garden Path – A Long-term Relationship

We meet hard-working working couple Brenda and Ian Triffitt, who have created a spectacular garden in Tasmania by making the most of the natural landscape

Dirty Hands, Clean Minds

On a visit to Sydney, Steven discovers a neuroscientist who uses plants and gardening to build and support a healthy local community

Saving Seed

Tino Carnevale shares his tips for saving seed from your vegie patch

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Gardening Australia ep. 17 2018
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Gardening Australia ep. 17 2018
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Jerry Coleby-Williams explores what's happening in his garden at night; Millie Ross builds a box to welcome microbats; and Josh Byrne builds some covers to keep cats off his vegie patch at night.
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