In Gardening Australia ep. 34 2018: 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.
Gardening Australia ep. 34 2018
To win the top prize in the Carnival of Flowers, a garden must be pretty remarkable – and the native plant-filled garden that Jerry visits is full of colour and birds
Lots of native plants are very tasty, and Tino has chosen a range of local plants to kick-start a new edible bed at the Patch in the Royal Hobart Botanical Gardens
Jane explores the fascinating new world of native Australian bonsai
Clarence explores some of his favourite native herbs for use in the kitchen or as medicine
Jerry Coleby-Williams suggests ways to improve clay soil, Millie Ross has tips for growing the scented Brown Boronia.
Costa is in Alice Springs to meet a group of locals who are working to save a stand of beautiful Coolibah trees
Not all gum trees are enormous! Josh introduces us to some pint-sized beauties that would fit right into a small suburban garden
A Simple Solution
Sophie meets a botanist who has found a native shrub that helps control pests around a local farmer’s lettuce crop
Clarence visits Jervis Bay, where a keen orchid hunter points out the many local species growing in the bush
Costa visits Millie in her new house, where she plans to get to know “the locals” by planting out a patch of low-growing indigenous plants
After centuries of growing in the Kimberley, a massive boab tree is transported more than 3000km south, where Josh watches as it’s settled in to its new home in Kings park