Gardening Australia ep. 25 2018

Millie Ross meets an artist who creates cultural works with plants, Costa Georgiadis visits Clarence Slockee in his garden, Jerry Coleby-Williams shows different ways to propagate, and Josh Byrne plants out a wetzone.


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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. 25 2018

 

Catching up with Clarence

Costa helps past presenter Clarence Slockee with some jobs in his garden, and they harvest enough vegies to cook up a feast

The Joy of Propagation

Jerry loves growing new plants and he shares some different propagation techniques: aerial layering, ground layering and controlling self-seeders

FAQs – Soil depth for sowing | Browning lawns | Compost bins | Daffodils not flowering

Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions

A Sculpted Space

Sophie visits an undulating garden full of colour, form and scent that has been created from a flat patch of grass

Growing a Community

Tino meets a group of community-minded gardeners who share a small patch in South Hobart, growing great crops as well as learning from each other

Euphorbia Tip

Jane Edmanson has some tips to stop euphorbias taking over

Putting Water to Work

Josh plants out some water-loving indigenous plants in a wetzone he’s created where stormwater can settle

Sharing the Knowledge

Millie meets up with artist Cassie Leatham to learn how she uses indigenous plants in her culturally rich creations

Clarence’s BBQ Salad Recipe

The recipe for Clarence’s Barbequed Salad Dish

 

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Gardening Australia ep. 25 2018 - commonly asked gardening questions
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Millie Ross meets an artist who creates cultural works with plants, Costa Georgiadis visits Clarence Slockee in his garden.

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