Gardening Australia episode 39 2019: Jane Edmanson shares her top tips for beginners at the nursery, Josh Byrne does some essential maintenance on his climbing plants and we visit host of ABC TV’s Dream Gardens, Michael McCoy.
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Gardening Australia episode 39 2019
Jane visits a nursery to guide us through everything we need to know before buying a plant.
FAQs – F1 on seed packets | Deep Watering | Stingless Bee Hives
Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions.
Doing it With Dignity
Tino discovers how health professionals have teamed up with a local community to ensure all have access to the benefits of gardening. Tino visits a community garden at Dodges Ferry, east of Hobart. Once a week it hosts a Dignity program to help long-term, aged-care residents to rediscover their love of gardening and being outdoors.
Occupation therapist Jessie Bynon says it helps those who might not feel confident to garden on their own any more, or those who have lost their connection to gardening.
Millie makes some simple and attractive plant supports. Millie is making a flexible support for floppy vegetables or perennials. The end result will gently enclose her fairly low-growing broad beans but you can make them longer to support taller plants.
Jerry meets a young vertical garden technician to learn what goes into maintaining a mammoth indoor green wall.
Sophie visits a plantation that is trialling new varieties of ornamental eucalypts designed for small gardens.
My Garden Path – Michael McCoy
We visit the home and garden of Michael McCoy, host of ABC TV’s Dream Gardens.
Keeping Seeds Moist
Millie shares a ripper tip for keeping your newly sown seeds from drying out.
Josh shares his tips for keeping ornamental climbing plants looking their best.