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.
We tour the gardens of five finalists for the Gardening Australia 2018 Gardener of the Year award. Costa Georgiadis solves inner-city problems in Leigh Sales' garden.
We meet Invictus Games rider Peter Rudland, who finds therapy in bonsai; Jane Edmanson visits an iris show, Millie Ross has tips on picking the best seedlings and Jerry Coleby-Williams suggests some unusual perfumed plants.
Sophie Thomson meets the outback growers bringing native bush foods to the nation, Tino Carnevale shows different ways to prune cherry trees, and Jane Edmanson cooks vegetable dumplings with gardening chef Angie Chong.
Josh Byrne meets a team of young urban gardeners, Jane Edmanson explores an inner-city courtyard, Tino Carnevale builds a range of supports for summer vegetables and Millie Ross converts a container for alpine plants.
Costa Georgiadis meets a designer who sees beauty in imperfection, Millie Ross builds a no-dig vegie bed, Josh Byrne explores the plants of WA's ironstone ranges, and Jerry Coleby-Williams meets sub-tropical rose growers.
Costa Georgiadis decorates his beard for Canberra's Floriade. Jerry Coleby-Williams gets the low-down on growing passionfruit. Tino Carnevale visits a Gondwana-themed garden. Millie Ross visits a garden designer.
Tino Carnevale shares his tips for perfect soil, Josh Byrne sets up his garden for tomatoes, Jerry Coleby-Williams meets a tropical fruit expert, and Sophie Thomson plants a herb garden to complement her outdoor pizza oven.
Jane Edmanson meets a bonsai artist who grows native trees, Josh Byrne suggests some tiny eucalypts, Sophie Thomson discovers an Aussie shrub that keeps pests off lettuces and Clarence Slockee shares his top bush herbs.
Jane Edmanson plants a bed for summer cut flowers, Millie Ross meets a woman devoted to saving an endangered plant, Costa Georgiadis visits an unusual farm in Byron Bay, and Josh Byrne explores hectares of hidden tulips.
Come spring, we will have you bouncing out of bed to grab your barrow. From unusual edible crops to the queen of flowers and veggie gardens, we're digging, propagating and planting our way into spring.
This series celebrates its 25th birthday with a very special episode. All the presenters come together to share their experiences and memories, as well as rich archives showcasing the sweep of the show over 25 years.
Jane Edmanson meets Lord Howe Island's weed team, Jerry Coleby-Williams shows how to grow bananas, Costa Georgiadis meets a family of camellia growers, and Josh Byrne finds a garden at his local intensive care unit.
Jane Edmanson explores the wonders of Lord Howe Island, Jerry Coleby-Williams meets a man breeding the perfect purple corn, Millie Ross has some mid-season crop solutions, and Sophie Thomson is being a plant detective.
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