Gardening Australia ep. 26 2018

Jerry Coleby-Williams visits a garden of old-fashioned plants, Josh Byrne explores an art display that questions our ideas of weeds, Sophie Thomson meets a nut tree expert and Tino Carnevale has tips for newbie gardeners.


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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. 26 2018

 

Field of the Unwanted

Josh explores a living art installation that features beautiful displays of weeds and challenges our views of the value we place on plants – and people

Nuts About Nuts

Sophie meets a nurseryman who specialises in nut trees, and he advises on the best varieties to grow in South Australia

What’s Old is New – Herb Salt Scrub

Guest presenter Rebecca Sullivan shows how to make a herb scrub from garden ingredients

My Garden Path – Hellabores

We meet a hellebore enthusiast who loves these winter-flowering plants so much he moved house and set up a nursery to focus on growing them

The Kindest Cut

Millie Ross shows how to rejuvenate a potted bay tree

FAQs

Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions

Giving it a Goat

Costa is in Western Australia visiting a productive garden that aims to sustain a suburban share-house community – and its resident goats

Top Tips for Newbies

Tino has some tips to help overcome – and avoid – the most common problems and pitfalls new gardeners are likely to face

Subtropical Treasures

Jerry visits a colourful garden full of old-fashioned, overlooked flowers that thrive in the heat

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Gardening Australia ep. 26 2018
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Gardening Australia ep. 26 2018
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Jerry Coleby-Williams visits a garden of old-fashioned plants, Josh Byrne explores an art display that questions our ideas of weeds.

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