With spring just around the corner, we prep you for busy days in the garden. Grow delicious brambleberries, discover the colourful world of heirloom corn, and plant flowers to bring bees buzzing into your patch.
As the weather warms up Penny Woodward explains why it's good to mulch your pots.
Peter Cundall loves apples. Here he reveals his all-time favourite heritage cultivars.
Helen McKerral investigates the juicy world of brambleberries, from boysenberries to youngberries.
Justin Russell introduces the world of heirloom corn, including eating, flour and popping cultivars.
Spring is just around the corner. Justin Russell suggests vegies you can plant in your August garden.
Phil Dudman explains how to prune citrus trees, in his HMAA Award-winning article.
It's time we turned the spotlight back onto the humble turnip, writes Justin Russell.
Our simple planting guides will help you find out what plants grow best in
your region and when to plant them.
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Check out the chook palace in the Patch from Scratch garden and see Alex and Costa as they release the chooks! in this episode of ABC TV Gardening Australia.
How safe is your soil? Professor Mark Taylor from Macquarie University's VegeSafe program tests the soil in the Patch from Scratch garden in this epidode of ABC TV Gardening Australia.
How could we resist this family of would-be gardeners as winners in the Patch from Scratch competition?
Learn about different garlic varieties to grow now with our horticultural editor and garlic guru, Penny Woodward in this video from ABC TV Gardening Australia.