In Gardening Australia episode 23 2019: Jane Edmanson visits a stunning winter garden, Costa Georgiadis heads to a salon cutting hair but growing plants, Tino Carnevale checks out an organic farm and Millie Ross turns fallen leaves into garden gold.
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 23 2019
A Luscious Loft
Costa drops in on an inner-city salon that is cutting hair but growing plants. Costa heads to a Newtown hair salon and event space and meets with a head stylist who knows about perms AND plants, and luscious locks are not the only thing that is growing well!
A Garden for all Seasons
Jane visits a stunning garden that celebrates all seasons, especially winter.
FAQs – Attracting Black Cockatoos | Pruning saltbush hedges | Car tyres in food gardens
Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions.
Leaf Mould = Garden Gold!
Millie diverts a free, natural waste product into garden goodness. One of the very best things about being a gardener is that loads of the things you need to get going and keep growing can be found for free. Millie finds resources everywhere – local farms, friends, the tip and of course, at home where nothing goes to waste and everything is composted.
Farm Fresh – Smoked and Pickled Vegies with Ricotta
Tino takes a trip to an organic farm in Tasmania’s Derwent valley that is committed to reconnecting the paddock to the plate.
Josh shares a few tips for growing tasty vegetables right through the winter months.
Some Like it Damp
Jerry shows us a great way to grow and propagate semi-aquatic edible vegetables.
My Garden Path – Lester Meyers
We meet a lifelong cactus collector who has 1000 cacti species and growing!
Blast from the Past
We dive into the archives to revisit when Peter Cundall met the legendary David Attenborough.