In Gardening Australia ep. 37 2018: 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.
Gardening Australia ep. 37 2018
Jerry visits a couple who prove that you can grow the most gorgeous, healthy looking roses even if you live in the humid subtropics
Tino points out the perils of a common garden weed, Jane shows how to prune a tree fern and Millie offers some alternative ways to farm worms
Costa meets a garden designer whose own garden is inspired by the Japanese philosophy of wabi sabi, which sees beauty in imperfection
Jane meets chef Annie Smithers, who loves growing fresh produce for her restaurant so much. She has upscaled to a mini market garden, and they cook a seasonal vegetable pie together
No-Dig Garden (more info on no dig)
Using a patch of unloved land and material saved from the tip, Millie builds a productive new no-dig garden bed
A Sting in the Tale
Stinging nettles aren’t the most lovable of weeds, but Sophie shows the many benefits gardeners can draw from this nutritious plant
Preserved Fruit (info: how to dry and preserve herbs herbs)
Tino helps move a Hobart orchard threatened by development so the community can still enjoy its fruit for years
Josh travels inland to the Aurora ranges, where he discovers the unusual ironstone supports some beautiful and highly specific plants
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