Costa Georgiadis gives a compost masterclass, Jane Edmanson tours a tiny food garden and Tino Carnevale attracts more wildlife neighbours.
Costa Georgiadis learns why acacias are good in gardens, Jane Edmanson explores a wildflower hotspot and Jerry Coleby-Williams meets some aerial gardeners, the flying foxes
Josh Byrne gives his tomatoes a head start, Tino Carnevale discovers some living plant fossils and Jane Edmanson explores an amazing succulent garden.
Sophie Thomson asks an expert rose pruner to share his techniques, Costa Georgiadis creates a worm hotel from a bathtub and Jerry Coleby-Williams learns the A-Z of passionfruit.
Costa Georgiadis meets an inspiring gardener, Tino Carnevale sows spring crops indoors and Josh Byrne visits a landscape designer.
Costa Georgiadis joins a crew conserving coastal dunes, Jane Edmanson explores a native suburban garden, Sophie Thomson propagates wisteria vines and Josh Byrne explores water wise palms (Mid-season final, will return later this year).
Costa Georgiadis visits the home of permaculture, Sophie Thomson visits waterside accommodation for native bees, Tino Carnevale prunes stone fruit at The Patch and we explore Bundjalung country with Clarence Slockee.
Clarence Slockee visits an herbalist's home garden, Costa Georgiadis drops by the home of former GA presenter Mary Moody, Jane Edmanson discovers the art of hedging and Tino Carnevale visits a garden designed for wildlife.
Millie Ross visits a community growing plants for koalas, Sophie Thomson explores a heathland hideaway, Jerry Coleby-Williams shares his favourite protein packed plants and Costa Georgiadis gives old garden tools new life.
Costa Georgiadis meets GA presenter Clarence Slockee at a native rooftop farm, Jane Edmanson explores a patch of highly endangered grassland and we meet Yindjibarndi artist Katie West to explore her plant-based art practice.