This program celebrates gardening as an antidote to the challenges we have faced this year. We find out how the nursery industry kept up with demand and what new projects you've been working on at home.
Guest presenter Hannah Maloney introduces her gorgeous goats, Millie Ross learns the art of fermentation, Tino Carnevale visits a grand country garden, and guest presenter Craig Miller-Randle propagates indoor plants.
Jane Edmanson gives a fertiliser masterclass, Jerry Coleby-Williams shares seed saving advice, Josh Byrne finds a superb verge garden, Costa Georgiadis visits a nursery growing opportunities for people of all abilities.
Sophie Thomson profiles natural pest control, Costa Georgiadis shares watering wisdom to give the perfect drop, Tino Carnevale visits a town of topiaries, Jane Edmanson goes knee-deep into the world of water lilies.
Jane Edmanson profiles natives for the cottage garden. Costa Georgiadis finds a secret suburban green wall. Tino Carnevale creates a useful biochar. Guest presenter Craig Miller-Randle handles indoor pests and diseases.
Tino Carnevale visits a colourful iris garden, Jane Edmanson profiles attractive edibles, Costa Georgiadis visits a revamped native swamp, and Millie Ross meets inspiring women connecting community by growing native foods.
Millie Ross shows how to garden on a shoestring, Clarence Slockee explores the world of Myrtles, Tino Carnevale grows eggplant and capsicums, and guest presenter Craig Miller-Randle perfects the art of watering indoor plants.
Josh Byrne gets tips from a thriving family garden, Jane Edmanson discovers stunning rhododendrons, and Costa Georgiadis visits a community garden using permaculture principles.
For bird week, Josh Byrne shows how to help nesting birds and Millie Ross makes a birdbath. Tino Carnevale plants an olive grove, and Costa Georgiadis meets a woman with some smart ways to growing veggies on her balcony.
Jane Edmanson has the low-down on native groundcovers, Jerry Coleby-Williams suggests sub-tropical options for traditional veg, Costa Georgiadis meets two Lane Cove legends, and Millie Ross builds a harvest basket.
We launch our series covering all you need to know about indoor plants. Josh Byrne suggests how to find room for more plants. Millie Ross transforms her lawn into lunch. And Tino Carnevale shows how to learn from your weeds.
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.
Costa Georgiadis meets a family of orchid hunters, Josh Byrne discovers a simple hydroponics system, Jerry Coleby-Williams explores a world of colourful plants, and Clarence Slockee visits a garden full of grevilleas.
Costa Georgiadis tours a colourful bromeliad garden, Millie Ross meets some fungi farmers, Tino Carnevale plants a wildlife corridor, and Josh Byrne shows how to make the most of a garden's vertical space.
Costa gives a compost masterclass, Jane tours a tiny food garden, Tino Carnevale attracts more wildlife neighbours, and Sophie Thomson meets a group who have taken their love of gardening to the streets.
Costa learns why acacias are good in gardens, Jane explores a wildflower hotspot, Tino Carnevale shares his potato-growing tips, and Jerry Coleby-Williams meets some aerial gardeners, the flying foxes.
Josh Byrne gives his tomatoes a head start, Tino Carnevale discovers some living plant fossils, Costa visits a super-productive small garden, and Jane Edmanson explores an amazing succulent garden.
Sophie Thomson asks an expert rose pruner to share his techniques, Costa Georgiadis creates a worm hotel. Josh Byrne builds an edible water feature, and Jerry Coleby-Williams learns the A-Z of passionfruit
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