Fire Special. Costa Georgiadis meets the Wollemi Pine saviours, Sophie Thomson is on Kangaroo Island, Clarence Slockee joins a wildlife rescue group, Josh Byrne explores a garden designed to resist fire, and we meet a cultural burn team.
Sophie Thomson visits a gospel church group growing maize, Josh Byrne builds a 'hotel' for frogs, Clarence Slockee grows native plants in hanging baskets and Jane Edmanson shares her tips on pruning citrus.
Costa meets city gardeners who are taking it to the street, Millie shows how to plant mature trees, Josh explores a protea paradise and Jane finds a garden fence that's as pretty as a picture.
Jerry Coleby-Williams suggests subtropical plants for winter colour, Costa Georgiadis explores a unique house that is designed to feed it residents, Sophie Thomson gets grafting, and Josh Byrne learns about garden nightlife.
Millie Ross meets a chef drawing on his culture to create distinctive dishes, Jerry Coleby-Williams revisits a delightfully individual garden, and Clarence Slockee meets a pair keen to promote their local plants.
Costa Georgiadis tries some tasty plant-based drinks, Jane Edmanson explores a garden and wildlife wonderland, Millie Ross makes a gate, and Tino Carnevale tidies up The Patch's Tassie tucker bed.
Costa visits a magnificent heritage garden in the highlands, Jane Edmanson explains flower shapes, Millie Ross explores some pocket reserves that are full of tiny treasures, and Jerry Coleby-Williams shares his love of figs.
Millie Ross creates a water feature, Tino Carnevale visits an outdoor climate classroom, Sophie Thomson tours a lavender farm, and Jane Edmanson explores a cleverly designed inner-city space.
Sophie Thomson visits an Adelaide garden with a tropical feel, Tino Carnevale meets a microfarmer getting big results, Josh Byrne prunes native plants, and Jane Edmanson explores the edible public gardens of Dandenong.
Costa Georgiadis visits a beautiful, productive rental garden, Millie Ross explores a cool-climate display garden, Jane Edmanson finds green space in the city, and guest presenter Luke Mitchell fixes outdoor furniture.