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Better Homes and Gardens on Channel 7 – storyline rundown for episode 21, 2024, screening at 7.00pm on Friday 21 June on 7 and 7plus.

JOHANNA + PETE – A VIEW OF MARRICKVILLE

When buying or renting a property, there a number of things to consider about the property itself, but also about the surrounding area where it’s situated. You’re not just choosing a home, but a neighbourhood and a lifestyle. After many years of exploring amazing homes, Johanna and Pete are scaling up to whole suburbs. Tonight, they’re hitting up the historic Sydney suburb of Marrickville, to give you the lowdown on the pros and cons of this cool and vibey area.

ADAM – UPDATE YOUR TOOLS, IT’S TAX TIME

If you’re a DIY enthusiast, your garage is like your command centre. But when it becomes cluttered and disorganised there won’t be much commanding going on, so tonight, Adam revamps a garage that’s fallen into this exact state. After a thorough clear out, Adam updates the ageing tools and builds the perfect workbench, that’s super sturdy, yet can be folded out of the way whenever necessary. The update is topped off with some great storage solutions, turning this garage into the command centre it was meant to be.

COLIN – LAMB SAUSAGE ROLLS WITH HARISSA YOGHURT

If an ordinary pork sausage roll isn’t yummy enough for you, Colin’s going to elevate it to a spiced lamb sausage roll with Harissa yoghurt. It sounds good because it is! With herbs and spices and delicious flavours, Colin isn’t just showing you how to make a sausage roll, but an event.

CLARISSA – VERMICELLI, FISH BALL & CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

Winter’s here so let Clarissa warm you up with a bowl of the classic cold-weather food, chicken noodle soup. A good soup starts with a good stock and while store-bought stock is a time-saver, if you do have some time, Clarissa will show you how to make the best stock for this dish. For extra flavour, Clarissa’s adding fish balls, but you can go with any protein you prefer. In this cold weather, this soup is like a warm hug on the inside.

CHARLIE – BANGALOW WALKAROUND

Striking a balance between sophistication, elegance and practicality is a tricky prospect for any garden. Tonight, Charlie visits a home in the hinterland of Byron Bay that has dealt with this exact conundrum. The architecture and colour palette of the building have been complemented by the planting scheme of the garden and with three boys running around, the plants themselves are hardy enough to take whatever balls and games are thrown their way. But this garden isn’t just pretty to look at, there are plenty of clever ideas that you’ll be able to incorporate into your garden too.

MELISSA – SUSAN’S SUCCULENTS BY THE SEA

Where addiction and passion meet, you’ll find Susan’s Succulents by the sea. In only three years, this self-confessed addict of succulents has grown her little nursery to have over 150,000 plants. With a diversity in colour, shape and size, succulents will satisfy all your planting needs. But just growing them isn’t enough, Susan is also a deft hand at creating beautiful pieces of living art using repurposed picture frames and whatever else she can find. If you’re even half the fan of succulents that Melissa is, then this place will make you feel like a kid in a candy store.

JULIET – RESIN YOUR WORLD

Resin is the hottest craft on the planet right now and if you haven’t dabbled in it yet, then you’re missing out on a world of fun with the most versatile crafting medium there is!
Juliet demonstrates just a few of the simple things you can create, including coasters, trinket bowls and keychains, which will make lovely gifts. Or the resin bug might inspire you to go even bigger with your projects and you’ll be making things for around the home or resin art paintings. No matter whether you’re an amateur or an artisan, get ready to discover a whole new world of art!

DR HARRY – THE SURPRISING ZOO INSIDE A GARDEN

In the middle of Wagga Wagga’s stunning Botanic Gardens is a surprising secret animal oasis! Run by the local council and completely free to the public, Dr Harry gets a tour of the newly refurbished zoo and aviary. There’s Kangaroos, Emus and some very friendly dingoes, along with lots of farmyard favourites and a huge free flight aviary. But there are a few issues with the feathered flock that Harry needs to sort out.

ADAM – STEAMBENT RAKE

With the inevitable march of time, some trades are dying out, sixth generation Cooper George Smithwick is doing his best to keep some alive. Tonight, this master tradesman teaches Adam the art of bending timber to make an old-fashioned pitchfork. If you love working with timber even half as much as Adam, you won’t want to miss this.

Better Homes and Gardens on Channel 7 and 7plus – 7.00pm Friday 21 June

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