Millie Ross and Costa Georgiadis learn how to read the plants in Kakadu, Jane Edmanson admires some winter magnolias, Josh Byrne shows how to keep your vegie patch productive, and Tino Carnevale gets some tips on grafting.
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. 27 2018
Millie and Costa are visiting Kakadu, where plants are a key part of culture.
Josh shows how he keeps his vegie patch producing all year round by planning ahead and staggering his planting
Jane explores the winter-flowering magnolias that put on such a dramatic show in the Dandenong Ranges, and gets some tips on growing them
FAQs – Compost pile size | Over-fertilising | Propagating from cuttings
Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions
Trees in Time
Sophie meets a team of experts helping to put a price on some “priceless” mature trees in the Waite Arboretum
Megumi Bennett was trained in ikebana but fell in love with growing bonsai trees instead and is now passing on her skills to her son
Bonsai and Ikebana master Megumi Bennett introduces us to her son Alex who is following in her footsteps
Magnus Opus Part 3 – Grafting
Tino gets some grafting tips from a surgeon who is as skilled with a grafting knife as he is with a scalpel. In other stories Tino has visited Nik’s father Bob and his brother Dan, making this the third part of his Magnus family opus!
Weevils vs Weeds
Costa and Millie see how traditional care combines with science to manage the land where weevils are being used to combat an introduced aquatic weed
Jobs for the Weekend – 27th July 2018
Seasonal advice on jobs to do in the garden this weekend