What is the latest Gardening Australia episode?
Gardening Australia/Latest episode
Has Gardening Australia been axed?
THE host of ABC television’s Gardening Australia program has been told his services will no longer be required next year. Stephen Ryan, who fronted the show for three years, says the program’s executive producer, Tim Mitchell, visited him at his home to impart the bad news.
Is there a gardening TV channel?
The Gardening Channel is free and features helpful tips and tricks for gardening, facts about all kind of gardens.
Where is Gardening Australia filmed?
The 90-minute Gardening Australia 30th Birthday Special was filmed over two days at the historic Heronswood garden on the Mornington Peninsula.
What can I plant now in Melbourne?
Veggies: The colder, wetter months in Melbourne are a great time to grow veggies, and now is an excellent time to plant! Consider cabbage, asian greens like mizuna, tatsoi or pak choi, lettuce, rocket, spinach, carrots, celery, cauliflower, spring onions, leek, onions, radish, turnips and swedes.
How do I contact Gardening Australia?
Is Gardening Australia ending?
Gardening Australia is taking a mid-season break, but we’ll back on Friday, 13th August with brand new episodes right through till the end of the year.
What can I plant now?
Top five veg to sow now
- Onions. I’m not saying that it’s easy to grow onions from seed – in fact it’s much simpler to plant sets (tiny bulbs) in spring or autumn.
- Broad beans.
- Baby carrots.
- Also worth a try.
- Not worth sowing till much later.
Are there any gardening shows on Netflix?
The best gardening show on Netflix On Netflix, “The Big Flower Fight” will inspire you to grow your own flower garden and maybe even attempt a smaller but still rewarding homemade flower display.
What age is Monty Don?
66 years (July 8, 1955)
Is Peter Cundall married?
He is the father of six sons and a stepson. He lives on a three-hectare property in Tasmania’s Tamar Valley with his wife Tina and their two youngest sons.
What can I plant now in Australia?
FRUIT & VEGETABLES – plant artichoke, beans, capsicum, celery, Chinese cabbage, cucumber, eggplant, kohlrabi, leek, lettuce, melons, okra, onion, potato (tubers), rosella, silver beet, spring onion, squash, sweet corn, sweet potato and tomato. HERBS – plant basil, coriander, lemongrass, mint and tarragon.
Who are the hosts of the TV show Gardening Australia?
Gardening Australia is the ABCs premiere TV gardening program. It’s presented by leading Australian horticulturalists including Costa Georgiadis, Josh Byrne, Tino Carnevale, Jerry Coleby-Williams, Jane Edmanson, Sophie Thomson and Millie Ross.
Who are the talkback gardeners on ABC Radio Adelaide?
One of South Australia’s best known green thumbs joins Deb Tribe on Saturday mornings for ABC Radio Adelaide’s Talkback Gardening. Whether you’re a hobby gardener or are chasing some information on what will grow best through the seasons in South Australia, catch up with Jon Lamb and Deb Tribe.
Which is the best gardening program in Australia?
Millie looks at the benefits of buying a semi-mature tree and shows the best way of planting them. Sophie plants out some lovely combinations of indoor plants to create lush, miniature rainforests. Tino shares a top tip for pruning established kiwifruit.
Who is the editor of ABC organic gardener magazine?
Horticultural Editor of ABC Organic Gardener magazine Penny Woodward joins Jon Lamb and Deb Tribe with advice on what herbs to use and how to consume them. Jon discusses how to get deciduous fruit trees in to shape.