13 episodes

Sabrina's Dirty Deeds is the gardening podcast that combines practical advice and expert knowledge, with good times and wheelbarrows of fun!
Sabrina Hahn is Western Australia's most popular horticulturalist and master gardener, with over 25 years inspiring green (and not so green) thumbs through her shows on ABC Radio and articles in The West Australian Newspaper. Sab believes a garden should be a haven, a refuge, sustainable, manageable, affordable and above all enjoyable for its owners.
Joining Sab is her good mate Jamie Burnett. While he's the first to admit his gardening struggles, he's always having a dig and loves nothing more than a good laugh.
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds will be an informative gardening chat featuring specialist guests who are passionate about making a positive impact for a better world. You will hear from some of Australia's best known horticulturalists, ecologists and innovative gardeners, along with the usual banter and humour you associate with Sabrina. Plus, the team want to hear from you too, so get your questions in to be answered live on the show!

Sabrina's Dirty Deeds: The Gardening & Sustainability Podcast Sabrina Hahn & Jamie Burnett

    • Home & Garden

Sabrina's Dirty Deeds is the gardening podcast that combines practical advice and expert knowledge, with good times and wheelbarrows of fun!
Sabrina Hahn is Western Australia's most popular horticulturalist and master gardener, with over 25 years inspiring green (and not so green) thumbs through her shows on ABC Radio and articles in The West Australian Newspaper. Sab believes a garden should be a haven, a refuge, sustainable, manageable, affordable and above all enjoyable for its owners.
Joining Sab is her good mate Jamie Burnett. While he's the first to admit his gardening struggles, he's always having a dig and loves nothing more than a good laugh.
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds will be an informative gardening chat featuring specialist guests who are passionate about making a positive impact for a better world. You will hear from some of Australia's best known horticulturalists, ecologists and innovative gardeners, along with the usual banter and humour you associate with Sabrina. Plus, the team want to hear from you too, so get your questions in to be answered live on the show!

    Season 2 | Episode 3: Healthy soils with Ellen Walker

    Season 2 | Episode 3: Healthy soils with Ellen Walker

    It all starts with your soil. Ellen Walker from EarthWhile Australia explains to Sab and Jamie why soil health is so important and how you can ensure the dirt at your place is top notch. Ellen even takes out the microscope to find out what's living in Sab's soil!
    This episode brought to you by our mates at DSATCO MULCH. Find them at dsatco.com

    • 25 min
    Season 2 | Episode 3: Welcome to the Native Bee Hotel with Tracy Lansdell

    Season 2 | Episode 3: Welcome to the Native Bee Hotel with Tracy Lansdell

    If I say "bee", you immediately picture the yellow and black stripes of a honey bee (or maybe think of that time you were stung in primary school). But here in Australia, native bees are quite a different species. They're vital to the diversity of our local ecosystem and can benefit your backyard in spades!
    Back in 2012, Tracy Lansdell started her journey into the world of native bees. And it's a passion that's grown far larger than she could've imagined. Take a listen to Tracy as she chats with Sab and Jamie about the importance of native bees and explains how you can attract them to your place with a bee hotel! This episode brought to you by our mates at DSATCO MULCH. Find them at dsatco.com

    • 39 min
    Season 2 | Episode 2: How to survive in the bush with Bob Cooper

    Season 2 | Episode 2: How to survive in the bush with Bob Cooper

    If you were stuck in the bush, lost in the desert or just in a sticky spot, Bob Cooper is the bloke you'd want by your side! Sab and Jamie sit down and have a chat with Bob - one of Australia's leading survival experts. He explains the first things to do if you get lost, the tricks to survive in harsh conditions and how to determine if a plant is edible or not. Listen through to hear a few of Bob's own survival stories, including the time he survived a near chopper crash in the middle nowhere. More than just a crafty bushman, Bob gets into the Dirty Deeds spirit and drops a few of his legendary gags too. This episode brought to you by our mates at DSATCO MULCH. Find them at dsatco.com

    • 47 min
    Season 2 Episode 1: We're back!

    Season 2 Episode 1: We're back!

    Look who's back! Sab and Jamie return for season two of the podcast and kick things off in fine style. On this episode; Jamie shares an embarrassing story about a trip to the chiropractor, Sab explains the global push behind plant health in 2020, great tips on how you can plan ahead for the year in your garden and Sab digs into your questions - including advice on creating bog gardens, natural rat deterrents and help with a golden shower tree.
    This episode brought to you by our mates at DSATCO MULCH. Find them at dsatco.com

    • 38 min
    Episode 8: Growing hops & bringing them back to WA with Trey Gee

    Episode 8: Growing hops & bringing them back to WA with Trey Gee

    This week's episode is best enjoyed with a beer in hand, as Sab and Jamie delve into the world of hops with Karridale grower Trey Gee. Hops are pretty special little guys and they make beer amazing! Decades ago, they were grown widely across the WA. But that industry died out... until now!
    Trey Gee was one of the first to bring hops back to the state at his Karridale hop farm. He explains to Sab and Jamie his passion for hops, finding them wild in the south-west and how the industry is growing. Cheers!

    • 45 min
    Episode 7: Habitat gardens and frog friendly backyards with Johnny Prefumo

    Episode 7: Habitat gardens and frog friendly backyards with Johnny Prefumo

    There's no doubt that Johnny Frog has long been one of Sab's favourite gardening mates! He's a tonne of fun, but also knows how to create gardens that attract wildlife to your place. So if you're looking to get the birds, bees, frogs and lizards to your backyard, have a listen. Johnny has some great tips for creating a complete habitat garden, and he also throws in some good music suggestions too!

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

nategibbs ,

Great show

For a gardening show it’s not boring I love it

Beatman44 ,

Great show

Really loving this new podcast, Sabrina is a star and Jamie Burnett is easy to listen to, love the knowledge of biodiversity and how to maximise garden potential

JilltheDill ,

Dirty Dancing

Just have to break out peacock spider dancing this Christmas. 🕺🏼💃
Great show. Thanks Sab and Jamie.

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