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From The EditorWe are patterns. We exist within them, we make them, we break them. As old patterns…
GardensA musing on the complexity of gardening in a pandemic.
CultureGorgeous garden odes from the Planthunter Ode Project
CultureA note from The Planthunter editor Georgina Reid.
CultureIndigenous Fire Practitioner Victor Steffensen explains how Indigenous fire management could help save Australia
Botanica, How-ToSave those seeds! Jac Semmler will show you how.
Art & Design, PeopleArtist Cara Johnson's works interrogate ideas around land management practices and the human relationship with the natural world.
CultureImagine an untamed and entangled garden of words that whisper, shout, murmur and yell of the beauty and importance and value of the natural world! Ode with us.
CultureA conversation with the author of new book featuring 75 leading women of plants.
GardensJac Semmler has created a perennial wonderland in suburban Melbourne. A bit of whimsy, a bunch of madness and a lot of fun!
From The EditorWe are gracious, we are graceless, we are occasionally graceful. We try, we fail, we try…
CultureBede Brennon dives into a complex and venomous debate over weeds and street trees in a quiet country town.
CultureBird watcher and botanist Max James's property 'vaporised' in the 2020 Australian bushfires. This is Max's story, told by his daughter Clare.
GardensTake a wander around a collection of wondrous, wild and joyful gardens.
BotanicaDust off your Hamburg hat, dig out your camera and get your notebook ready. There’s a mystery unfolding across Australia, and your help is needed to unravel it.
BotanicaA conversation about plants and bushfire with Brett Summerell, Chief Botanist at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.
CultureAn essay by Georgina Reid exploring questions of relationship and imagination in the wake of the Australian bushfires.
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