You can catch up with Australia's gardening using the ABC iview service. Watch it on iview now, 4 days ago. ABC Gardening Australia magazine, born from the TV show, is the bible for novice gardeners and green thumbs, and is Australia's leading gardening title. Each month, our national team of experts gives you all the help you need to create a thriving garden and beautiful outdoor space.
Each issue has the latest techniques, the best organic and water-saving ideas, new plants and products, and stories from the series. It was presented by Peter Cundall, an experienced gardener with a passion for growing plants with organic methods. The unusual production hiatus has been providing a qualifying bonus for rival Friday night lifestyle shows Better Homes and Gardens and The Living Room just rebooted. Gardening Australia is a monthly magazine published by ABC and marketed by ABC Commercial, with articles from presenters about the program.
Get a subscription to a Gardening Australia digital magazine for your library, school or business, that your users, students or employees can read on the go. Gardening Australia is an Australian lifestyle television program that suggests and promotes organic and eco-friendly forms of gardening. Cundall had a segment called Pete's Mailbag where viewers could ask questions or send photographs or letters about their own gardens. The exhibition has several segments, including all forms of gardening, from sculptural and artistic gardens to vegetable cultivation and xeriscaping.
The 6-bed rotation vegetable crop (formerly Pete's Patch) at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is still in the show, now called “The Vegie Patch” with the unveiling of Tino Carnevale.