Gardening Australia episode 22 2019

Gardening Australia episode 22 2019

In Gardening Australia episode 22 2019: Jane and Millie help create a garden, Costa visits a knockout flower display, Tino shares tips for picking bare rooted plants and Sophie Thomson shares her favourite winter flowers.



Gardening Australia has always 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.


Gardening Australia episode 22 2019


Flower Power

Costa visit a family flower farm in Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges to check out their knockout display. Costa pays a visit to a large flower farm in Victoria’s Yarra Ranges to witness their spectacular fields of flowering annuals, a tourist attraction and a sight to behold!

FAQs – Soaking seeds | Crocks in pots | Easy native fruit

Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions.

McAuley House

Millie and Jane team up to help create a garden that will grow skills, confidence and fresh food for women in the inner west of Melbourne.

McAuley Community Services for Women is changing lives and tackling complex and connected problems. We help women and children who have faced family violence and homelessness to take control of their lives. By its very design Macauley house promotes the dignity and wellbeing of the women who live there. It is a place for rest, recovery and reconnection, as well as a welcoming community hub.

Bare Rooted Fruit

Tino explains what to look for when choosing the best bare-rooted plant for your garden. Tino visits his local nursery to have a look at their range of bare root trees and provide some tips on how to pick the best for your place.

When plants are “bare rooted” it literally means they have been dug up from the ground, Have had the roots pruned a little, have the soil washed off, and are stored in damp sawdust to keep them alive until they’re bought and planted in their new home.

Backyard Biodiversity

Josh gets a home visit from a local ecologist to learn how to improve his backyard biodiversity.

Winter Winners

Sophie explores some stunning flowering plants that will add a dash of colour to any winter garden.

Tiny Terrors

Jerry learns about what gardeners can do to help stop a dangerous and invasive ant species.

A Reminder of Spring – Ricotta and Cherry Dessert Recipe

Guest Presenter Paul West whips up a delicious dessert with award winning pastry chef Jo Barrett.

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