Gardening Australia ep. 24 2018

Costa Georgiadis visits chef Peter Gilmore’s garden, Sophie Thomson plants summer-flowering bulbs, Jerry Coleby-Williams suggests onion substitutes for sub-tropical gardeners, and Jane Edmanson explores a native garden.


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For almost 30 years Gardening Australia has provided practical, trustworthy and credible gardening advice to inspire and entertain. Join Costa Georgiadis and the team as they traverse the country unearthing the best gardens.

Gardening Australia ep. 24 2018

 

Gilmore’s Goodies

Costa visits Sydney chef Peter Gilmore’s home garden, where he discovers some unusual plants –then cooks them up for lunch

FAQs – Fertilising natives | Pruning hedges | Compost vs potting mix

Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions

Subtropical Onions

Onions don’t grow well in the subtropics but Jerry has discovered some edible, heat-tolerant alliums he can use instead

Moving On

Millie Ross has some tips for moving plants to a new location

Karwarra

Jane explores a gorgeous botanic garden dedicated to growing Australian native plants, set in the delightful Dandenong Ranges

My Garden Path – A Life Aquatic

We enter a fascinating world of underwater gardening – complete with plants, rocks, fertilisers and pruning – as we meet this aquatic landscaper

What’s Old is New

Guest presenter Rebecca Sullivan shares some old-time skills for using garden plants, making an air freshener spray from fresh herbs and citrus

Summer-flowering Bulbs

Sophie shares some ideas for gardeners who have missed planting spring bulbs with this selection of summer-flowering bulbs

Soup-a-Veg Recipe

Peter Gilmore’s fresh vegetable soup recipe

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Gardening Australia ep. 24 2018 - Pruning hedges / Compost vs potting mix
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Costa Georgiadis visits chef Peter Gilmore's garden, Sophie Thomson plants summer-flowering bulbs, Jerry Williams suggests onion substitutes gardeners.

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