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Botanica Stefan is the real, spiky, deal. We chat with him about his cacti hunting adventures in Chile, weird plant adaptations and more.
From The Editor Millions of hectares of fire. Billions of trees, shrubs, insects, burnt. Hundreds of millions of animals,…
Culture A poem by Georgina Reid.
Gardens Acclaimed Australian garden designer Rick Eckersley is a rogue. So is his garden. So is his upcoming book.
Art & Design An interview with Michelle Shofet and Larissa Belcic of New York based design studio, Nocturnal Medicine
Botanica What can your zodiac sign tell you about your gardening persona?
Art & Design, People A chat with natural dyer extraordinaire, Sasha Duerr
From The Editor Time and transformation, darkness and illumination, mystery and magic. This month we’re shining bright. We’re exploring…
Culture What do we lose when the lights stay on? Emma Simms on light pollution, the Dark Sky Movement and more.
Botanica, Harvest A guide to deep soil appreciation with two of the most fanatical composters we've ever met.
Culture Creating new life from death with memorial forests.
Culture A personal exploration of the relationship between ecological grief and transformation by Georgina Reid
Gardens Visit a lush and delicious permaculture garden with us!
Art & Design "I am unashamedly hoping to create work that is beautiful, contemplative and uplifting. I want it to speak, but with an optimistic, inquisitive and gentle voice."
Gardens A tale of ghost gardens and stories from the soil.
Botanica An innovative and ambitious approach to restoration ecology at Nardoo Hills Bush Heritage reserve
From The Editor The fecund aliveness of the compost heap. The graceful release of red leaves in autumn. The awe of being alive and the mystery of death. We’re going there. Ghost gardens and plant genetics. Grief and medicine. Natural burial and backyard farms. Take our hand and wander into the darkness/light with us.
Gardens A visit to the Huntington Desert Garden and a lesson in non-objectification of plants.
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