Season 3 | Episode 6: Native plants + kids in the garden with Cat Clowes
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds | The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast
by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
This week, it's supposed to be one for the kids but we reckon the adults will love it just as much!. Sab and Jamie have a chat with Cat Clowes about her new book, Platastic! The A to Z of Australian Plants. Cat's done an amazing job of showcasing 26 native plants, with stunning illustrations from Rachel Gyan, helping our kids discover the awesome native plants that exist in the bushlands, parks and backyards all around us. While your little green thumbs will love this book and chat, all of us will learn a little more about the native plants we can look out for or feature in our own gardens. If ..read more
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Season 3 | Episode 5: An alternative approach to agriculture with Stephen Frost from Stonemeal Farm
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds | The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast
by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
This week, Sab sits down with Stephen Frost from Stonemeal Farm in WA's Great Southern. Producing quality lambs and wool, Stephen is a farmer with a difference! He chats to Sab about his a biological approach to farming and how it developed over the last 40 years ..read more
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Season 3 | Episode 4 : Getting ready (and waiting) for Autumn
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by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
Fair to say, it's been a while between drinks for Sab and Jamie. But the good news is they're back, and back weekly. Woohoo! After a little catch up, Sab and Jamie talk a hot summer, season creep and what you should be doing to prep for Autumn. Enjoy the show, and feel free to rate the show, flick us a comment and share with your mates ..read more
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Season 3 | Episode 3: Saving the Gelorup Corridor
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by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
This week, Sab sits down with her dear friend Steph Crowe to talk about the amazing Gelorup corridor. It's an environmental sanctuary where many species of native flora and fauna thrive (including several endangered species). One of those species is the critically endangered Western Ringtail Possum, which is one step away from extinction. Have a listen about why this is such a special place, and what a committed group of locals are doing to secure its future ..read more
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Season 3 | Episode 2: Growing real food for our cats and dogs
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by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
We all love our furry friends at home. But what's the best diet for them? Is homemade and home grown better for our cats and dogs than traditional biscuits? This week Sab and Jamie chat with Vet Dr Clare Middle, who explains why a balanced, homemade diet for our pets is best. She also let's you know how you can do it at home, without missing vital food groups and nutrients your pet needs. Dr Clare Middle is the author of several books on the topic, including 'Real Food for Dogs and Cats'. So grab your dog or cat for a cuddle, have a listen and for more info head to Fremantle Press ..read more
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Season 3 | Episode 1: We're back baby!
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds | The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast
by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
After a couple of months away, Sab and Jamie are back. Hear about Sab's recent wildflower tour of WA, where she started north and worked her way down south. There's plenty of tips to get your garden and backyard right this Spring. And as you'd expect, they both get a little side tracked with Jamie uncovering a story about the time Sab caught a crocodile. That's right, Sab caught a croc and lived to tell the tale. Great to be back. Remember to show some love, share the show on socials and subscribe to never miss an ep ..read more
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Season 2 | Episode 19: Botanic artist Philippa Nikulinsky
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds | The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast
by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
This week, Sab and Jamie are heading off the beaten track with pencil and paintbrush in hand. They're joined by Philippa Nikulinsky, one of our most celebrated botanic artists. Renowned for her long trips into remote parts of the country to find artistic inspiration, Philippa's art and books are striking, inspirational and an important document of our natural history. This week's episode comes with a special offer for SDD listeners! Head to the Fremantle Press website, use the codeword SABRINA and receive 10% off Philippa's books (along with free shipping when you buy two or more - AUS ONLY ..read more
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Season 2 | Episode 18: Creating your garden plan and saving dollars in the backyard
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds | The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast
by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
With winter well and truly set, Sab and Jamie share a glass of red and discuss how to create a plan for your garden. With tips on how to save money and not become overwhelmed with the job at hand, Sab breaks down the dos and don'ts so your garden will be a place to enjoy and relax. Also, with many of us travelling around WA, Sab has some great ideas on how you can bring the state to your backyard ..read more
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Season 2 | Episode 17: Live from the garden & vineyard at Millbrook Winery
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds | The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast
by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
Sab and Jamie love nothing more than taking the show on the road, especially when it involves great food and wine! This week, SDD is live from Millbrook Winery for a chat with great mates and long term colleagues Guy Jeffreys (Executive chef) and Damien Hutton (Head Winemaker). Millbrook was recently named WA's top winery, so Damo and the team know how to make a bloody good drop. The food is also top notch, with Guy one of the first chef's in WA to source much of the kitchen's produce from the restaurant's own garden. So sit back, relax and pour yourself a big glass as Sab and Jamie take you t ..read more
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Season 2 | Episode 16: Kew Royal Botanic Gardens
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds | The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast
by Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett
1y ago
With international flights still grounded, Sab and Jamie are taking you to London for a look around the amazing Kew Royal Botanic Gardens! Dating back to the early 18th century, the Kew Gardens are home to one of the most diverse plant collections on the planet. It's also world renowned for its plant and fungal research. Sab and Jamie chat with Director of Horticulture, Learning and Operations Richard Barley, who takes us on a virtual tour of Kew, explaining why it's far more than a tourist attraction ..read more
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