Vasili's Garden

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-Vasili’s Garden is a grass roots gardening television show in Australia that explores the secret world of migrant Australia, entering people’s lives through the garden gate and exploring their gardening obsessions and culinary delights.+[[Image:Vasilis garden.jpg|right]]
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 +'''Vasili’s Garden''' is a grass roots gardening television show in Australia that explores the secret world of migrant Australia, entering people’s lives through the garden gate and exploring their gardening obsessions and culinary delights.
The show will allow you to see and learn all about a fast disappearing generation of "do it yourself" gardening enthusiasts who share traditional gardening techniques dating back many generations and some amazing organic recipes with the ingredients picked straight out of the garden. The show will allow you to see and learn all about a fast disappearing generation of "do it yourself" gardening enthusiasts who share traditional gardening techniques dating back many generations and some amazing organic recipes with the ingredients picked straight out of the garden.
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Vasili’s Garden is a grass roots gardening television show in Australia that explores the secret world of migrant Australia, entering people’s lives through the garden gate and exploring their gardening obsessions and culinary delights.

The show will allow you to see and learn all about a fast disappearing generation of "do it yourself" gardening enthusiasts who share traditional gardening techniques dating back many generations and some amazing organic recipes with the ingredients picked straight out of the garden.

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