Costa and Jane enjoy a Tamil feast; Tino prepares a garden for a big party; Sophie discovers the botanicals used to make beauty products and we meet guest presenter Steven Wells, who creates healing gardens.
Costa and Sophie look at a project growing a new food crop in Darwin; Millie meets the landscape architect behind a wetland habitat garden; Josh looks at native plants for problem spots; Jerry propagates warm-season herbs.
Costa visits a farm in the middle of Sydney; Jane explores the garden of Dame Nellie Melba; we meet Indigenous author and historian Bruce Pascoe; Millie tackles a challenging courtyard; Tino shares his recipe for soil success.
The Gardening Australia team prepare for the new year and summer in the garden. Costa visits a miniature garden, plus herbs to take on holiday, what to plant in January and we revisit the Karen refugee vegetable garden.
In a one-hour special Costa and the Gardening Australia presenters get together to celebrate the festive season, with Christmas lunch at the beautiful Werribee Mansion in Victoria.
Costa hits the rush hour streets and gives desk bound, stressed out city slickers pots of mental health to brighten up their day and their office. We look at the healthy benefits of greening our neglected urban spaces.
In the final episode of Gardening Australia's 25th season, Costa and the team look at how climate affects plant growth.
Gardening Australia ends its 25th anniversary year with four specials that take a look at the factors that influence plant growth, including climate, soil and light. This episode looks at water.
Gardening Australia ends its 25th anniversary year with four specials that take a look at the factors that influence plant growth, including water, climate and soil. This episode looks at light.
Gardening Australia ends its 25th anniversary year with four specials that take an in-depth look at the factors that influence plant growth, including water, climate and light. This first special begins the series with soil health.
Host Costa Georgiadis and presenters Clarence Slockee and Josh Byrne visit the Northern Territory and Western Australia in a special episode which celebrates the ways in which Indigenous people are connected to the land.
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