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Art & Design, People Penny Sadubin's art explores the complexity, importance and beauty of endangered ecological communities.
From The Editor ‘Live in the layers, not in the litter’, instructed poet Stanley Kunitz. We’re taking his directions…
Culture, Gardens A musing by Georgina Reid on gardening in the space between knowledge and intuition.
Gardens A visit to an austere Sydney garden in a spectacular bushland setting.
Botanica, How-To Our horticultural expert, Jac Semmler, offers the ultimate seed-sowing guide.
Gardens A new book by Trisha Dixon explores the elusive essence of gardens and landscapes.
Culture Georgina Reid explores the relationship between gardening the earth and the mind.
Culture Why universities need to embrace practical, as well as theoretical, knowledge.
Art & Design, People A conversation with trailblazing landscape architect and ecological design advocate, Claudia West
Gardens Jac Semmler kills plants, and she's our newest gardening columnist.
From The Editor, Uncategorized Hello, 2021. Where will you take us? What seeds will sprout? What ideas will grow? How…
Botanica Ecological restoration, extinction and
Art & Design An interview with painter David Whitworth about art, landscape architecture and poetry.
Culture Meet five women who are shifting conversations about plants and people.
Botanica What has happened in the forests and on the ground one year on from Australia's Black Summer bushfires?
Botanica When it comes to threatened species, charismatic animals usually get the most attention. But many of Australia’s plants are also in grave danger of extinction, and in many cases, the problem is getting worse.
Art & Design What if objects were designed as gifts to the world? A provocative essay by the curators of Plant Fever exhibition.
Culture Pre-Order your copy of Wonderground Journal now!
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