Gardening Australia - My Garden Path
Being in nature reduces stress and blood pressure and improves concentration, says occupational therapist Bronwyn Paynter. At 28 Bronwyn was diagnosed with breast cancer; the hospital was next to a botanic garden, which she found a restful place to be between treatments.
Angela Moles, a professor in the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences at UNSW. She’s is leading a team of plant ecology students looking at introduced weeds and how they adapt to Australian conditions.
For a keen gardener, Michael McCoy is living the dream – spending his time with plants as a garden designer, author, blogger and host of ABC’s Dream Gardens.
We take a look at Maranoa Gardens; home to Australia’s most impressive and earliest collection of native flora, planted by John Watson in 1901.
We visit Leonie Norrington, who was a Gardening Australia presenter from 2004 to 2011, filming many segments from her property near Darwin.
Gardening Australia presenterClarenceSlockeeleads us throughBundjalung country to explainhis deep running connection to plants.
We meet asecond-generationflorist in the Dandenong Ranges who is passionate about makingfloristry more sustainable.
We meet a garden designer who celebrates texture andcontrastin hiscoastal garden.
We meetMan and Wah Cheung,twin brothersand creative partners,who combine their photography and graphic design skills to captureplants in stunning detail.
We meetcomedian Claire Hooperat her parent's plant nursery in Perthand seehow a childhood surrounded by horticultureinfluenced her choices in life.
We visit the Melbourne home of an interior stylist and furniture designerwho has a stunning indoor plant collection.
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