Josh Byrne learns about native bees in the suburbs, Jane Edmanson heads to a historic Hydrangea garden, Sophie Thomson visits a garden adapted with accessibility in mind and Tino Carnevale plants a soup bed at The Patch.
We are celebrating our 30th birthday with another dive into the archives! We are looking back on some of the most popular "My Garden Path" series in an exploration of gardens, gardeners and plant lovers alike.
As a part of our 30th birthday celebrations, we are diving into the archives to revisit our presenters favourite stories from over the years.
Costa Georgiadis explores an urban farm giving city kids a country experience, Sophie Thomson and her girls do some crafty flower pressing, and Millie Ross drops in on a small suburban garden bursting with plants and quails.
Jerry Coleby-Williams meets a champion hibiscus grower, Costa Georgiadis starts his backyard pool to pond conversion, Jane Edmanson shows us how to propagate indoor plants and we explore the wonderful world of fungi.
Jane Edmanson pops into a historic homestead garden, Sophie Thompson learns how to build a bandicoot bungalow, Tino Carnevale enjoys the Autumn colour in Tassie and we meet a passionate propagator of Wollemi pines.
Clarence Slockee explores a Grevillea garden, Millie Ross shares companion planting tips, Costa Georgiadis visits a creative small garden, Jane Edmanson explores a seaside garden and Tino Carnevale shares his gardening story.
Sophie Thomson creates a lizard friendly habitat, Tino Carnevale plants celery, Josh Byrne meets carnivorous plants native to WA, Costa Georgiadis drops into a kitchen garden in Kakadu and we meet a eucalypt aficionado.
Jerry Coleby-Williams visits a bushland botanic gardens, Millie Ross looks at climbing plants, Tino Carnevale shares tool tips, Josh Byrne explores an inspiring revegetation project and we meet a passionate frog expert.
Sophie Thomson gets a visit from a butterfly expert, Costa Georgiadis and Millie Ross travels to west Arnhem land, Josh Byrne dives into a seagrass revegetation project and Jerry Coleby-Williams talks Cat's claw creepers.
Costa Georgiadis gets an expert's top turf tips, Sophie Thomson visits a garden designed for time-poor gardeners, Paul West cooks up a storm in a school kitchen garden, and we meet a collage artist with a passion for nature.
Costa Georgiadis rescues some sick-looking indoor plants, Jane Edmanson discovers the many benefits of salvias, Millie Ross shows how to keep worms happy, and we meet our new guest presenter, permaculturist Hannah Maloney.
The team celebrates the show's 30th birthday in one of Australia's most iconic gardens, on the Mornington Peninsula, to celebrate the colour, characters and compost that make Australian gardening great.
Sophie Thomson meets a city gardener leading the good life, Jane Edmanson visits a floral haven in the hills, Jerry Coleby-Williams is on St Helena island and Costa Georgiadis explores a garden created for kids to go wild.
Jane Edmanson goes farming on Lord Howe Island, Millie Ross discovers the secret lives of sunflowers, Tino Carnevale offers solutions for sloping gardens, and Josh Byrne plants semi-tropical edibles on his sunny deck area.
It's Christmas and we're excited about family time, holiday projects and getting the garden summer-ready. Costa and Millie build a cubby, Sophie pots up a succulent frame, and Josh makes seed bomb bonbons.
In the final episode for 2018 Costa visits garden designer Paul Bangay; Sophie Thomson meets school kitchen gardener Stephanie Alexander, Jane Edmanson checks out kentia palms, and Millie Ross starts a vegie bed from scratch.
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