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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Australia 6-1011+

Started: September 16th, 2021

Status: Idle, 7 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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06 What happens after you plant your garden?
11:00 | October 27th, 2021

Today’s the big day! Caylee and Costa plant Caylee’s seedlings, and set-up her garden. But that’s the easy part – the tricky part is looking after your plants, and keeping them happy and healthy.

05 What plants should you choose?
09:30 | October 20th, 2021

Caylee and Costa use everything they’ve learnt so far to choose the plants for Caylee’s garden. But Caylee has a big question for Costa – after she’s planted her garden, what happens if something goes wrong?

04 How does your garden fit into the bigger garden?
10:28 | October 13th, 2021

Caylee is getting closer to figuring out what kinds of plants she wants to grow in her garden, but it’s important to remember that gardens aren’t just for us people! Costa talks about how important garden spaces are for the birds and bugs that share our neighbourhoods. 

03 How do plants work?
10:10 | October 6th, 2021

Caylee makes a special trip to Gardening Buds HQ to learn what plants need to keep healthy and happy – sunlight, water and food. Then, Costa introduces us to some wiggly little friends and teaches us how we can help make healthy soil.

02 What have you got?
09:31 | September 29th, 2021

Caylee and Costa put their microclimate goggles on to do something very important – a site assessment – to understand the space that Caylee will grow her garden in. We find out how light, size, temperature and lots of other things can affect what will work for you and your garden.

01 What is a garden?
09:31 | September 22nd, 2021

8-year-old Caylee calls the Gardening Buds hotline for some help to get her very own garden growing. She speaks to Gardening Bud Costa, but before they can plan Caylee’s garden, they go on a walk to find out about all the different kinds of gardens. From verge to vertical, pollinator to pizza, there are so many kinds of gardens!

Welcome to Gardening Buds
01:30 | September 16th, 2021

Everything a kid needs to know to make their garden grow!

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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Started: September 16th, 2021
Status: Idle, 7 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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