Home & Garden: In case you missed it

Home & Garden 04/02/2018
RadioLIVE host Tony Murrell.

In case you missed it, here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Home & Garden with Tony Murrell for the 4th February, 2018.

Let's harvest garlic

Garlic. Credit: File.

Garlic isn't hard to grow. In fact, growing garlic plants is almost ridiculously easy.

To find out how easy it is to grow and the benefits of growing garlic at home, Tony Murrell talks with Heather Cole, co-owner of Mapua Country Trading.

Cotton candy grapes

Grapes. Credit: File.

A cunning horticulturalist has bred a variety of grapes to be so sweet, they taste just like cotton candy.

To find out more, David Cain, a horticulturist at International Fruit Genetics in California joins Tony Murrell.

The cost of dumping rubbish

Recycling plastic bottles. Credit: Getty.

Tony Murrell speaks with George Fietje, manager of the Auckland Council Resource Recovery.

Mr Fietje is responsible for Auckland’s network of community recycling centres.

Importing centuries old furniture

Second hand furniture. Credit: Getty.

Incredible chandeliers, military chests and empire mirrors - it's an antiques collector's dream trio!

Tony Murrell talks with Kat Rundell, antiques dealer and importer for John Stephens & Co in Remuera.

Home and Garden with Tony Murrell, 7am - 10am Saturday and Sunday mornings on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.

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