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Get Growing, the hit New Zealand gardening television show, is back for a third season. Hosts Lynda Hallinan and Justin Newcombe spot and solve backyard gardening problems and help homeowners out with small-scale outdoor projects.
In our first episode I'll show you how easy and satisfying it is to grow your own food and flowers from tiny seeds and cuttings. New Zealand Gardener Editor, Jo McCarroll, talks natives and camellias with the evergreen Jack Hobbs. And landscape designer Justin Newcombe helps two young inner city ...
Herbs for all occasions, the unusual, the edible, the medicinal and the social. Jo McCarroll visits the industrious and generous Ngaio Lewis on Waiheke Island. And Justin Newcombe lights a fire under the boys in our urban garden project.
We celebrate the good old fashioned art of preserving. We visit a thriving community garden where locals grow together. Jo McCarroll talks roses with Jack Hobbs. And Justin, Braydon and Matt plant a food forest in our urban garden project.
In this show, some of my top tips for getting the best out of your veggie and flower gardens. Carly checks out garden rooms with a French twist. An ambitious revegetation project restores a forgotten volcanic crater. And Justin sets up an irrigation system at our urban garden project.
Florist Fionna Hill forages in my garden to create fantastic arrangements. Jo McCarroll visits the drop dead gorgeous Hamilton Gardens. And Justin Newcombe approaches the finishing line in our urban garden project.
In this show I harvest the first row of spuds from my trial bed and make a Christmas wreath out of artichokes. Carly checks out creative container planting, and we all get together to celebrate the end of our urban garden project and our series.