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Peter Cundall visits Sydney's Vaucluse House, surrounded by 10 hectares of garden, including a pleasure garden, bushland and significant trees, Jerry Coleby-Williams shows how to make his grandfather's recipe for compost tea, Jane Edmanson shows us a wonderful collection of camellias, John Patrick looks at compact, low maintenance water-wise plants - good options for drought-proofing a garden.
Sophie Thomson takes a walk through Wittunga Botanic Gardens in South Australia's Adelaide Hills, Jane Edmanson demonstrates how to repot and reinvigorate indoor plants, Colin Campbell looks at a salvia collection in Queensland and Josh Byrne continues work at a school garden, where he and the students are building a wetland, which will incorporate indigenous plants and a habitat for wildlife.
Sophie Thomson takes a walk through the Windsor Street Trail, a re-vegetated streetscape filled with native and indigenous plants, Brian Sampson explains his passion for bonsai and the creation of miniature landscapes, Jane Edmanson creates a hanging basket using spectacular trailing plants and Angus Stewart visits a world class garden that features wide garden beds and a woodland walk.
Peter Cundall is back in the veggie patch planting potatoes. Leonie Norrington meets a specialist in top end waterlilies in the wild, and gives practical tips on how to grow waterlilies in a garden pond. Colin Campbell demonstrates how to lift and divide cannas and Jane Edmanson visits a sensory garden at a Rehabilitation Unit to find out about the role plants can make in a patients recovery.