Gardening Australia ep. 19 2018

On Gardening Australia ep. 19 2018 – To celebrate winter Costa explores a space-saving garden, Sophie Thomson visits a carbon offset forest, Jane Edmanson finds some rare plants, Tino Carnevale plants ornamental veg, and Millie Ross builds herself a chook house.


 

Gardening Australia ep. 19 2018

 

Chook Run

We follow the progress of Millie’s chook run from digging the first holes through to installing the little Lay-dies in their new home

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FAQs – Fertilising in winter | Digging wet soil | Cockroaches in compost

Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions

Stacks of Ideas

Costa visits an intriguing garden in the tightest of tough spaces, created with ingenuity and lots of great ideas

Ornamental Edibles

Tino shares some tips for turning a traditional vegetable garden into an ornamental patch of colour and fun

My Garden Path – Rusted On

We meet Roger McKindley, a former landscaper who sees beauty in other people’s rubbish, creating his own art gallery from unwanted ‘junk’

Paul’s Loveable Sprouts

Paul West shows that Brussels sprouts can be magnificent

Music and Mallee

Sophie visits Adelaide’s biggest music festival, WOMADELAIDE, and discovers the festival has been growing its own carbon offset forest at Langhorne Creek for over a decade

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Gardening Australia ep. 19 2018
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Gardening Australia ep. 19 2018
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To celebrate winter Costa explores a space-saving garden, Sophie Thomson visits a carbon offset forest, Jane Edmanson finds some rare plants, Tino Carnevale plants ornamental veg, and Millie Ross builds herself a chook house.
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