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Battlefield Botanicals: Plant Use During War

BotanicaThe bloodstained history of plants as healers, harmers and sustenance in warfare.

From Control to Connection: A New Ethos of Care

CultureAn essay by Georgina Reid exploring an alternate way to care.

“Only Bulldozing the Rubbish”: A Meditation on the Beauty of Chaos

GardensBill Bampton explores the human desire to make chaos conform.

War Gardens: the Search for Calm amid Chaos

GardensA journey through the war gardens of Afghanistan, Gaza, Israel, the West Bank & Ukraine with war photographer, Lalage Snow.

Plant / Life: A Melbourne Riverside Garden

GardensRamble around this wild garden with us!

Nostalgia in the Garden: Help, Hindrance or Somewhere in Between?

GardensA survey of garden designers and makers on the subject of nostalgia.

The Past, the Present and the Garden

CultureFreya Latona explores the role of nostalgia in garden making.

The Dirt: Yunice Kang

PeopleA journey towards connection, via plants.

‘I Garden Because I Am’: A Conversation with Alys Fowler

PeopleWe chat with the UK garden writer, gardener and TV personality.

Plant / Life: Bronte House

GardensCome for a stroll through Sydney's heritage listed Bronte House and garden with one of it's current custodians, Anna van der Gardner.

Zombie Plants!

BotanicaWhat is dead may never die, as these resurrected zombie/mutant plants will show you...

ISSUE #66: BACK TO THE FUTURE

From The EditorThis month we’re stopping the car, hitting reverse, swinging it around and heading off into the bush.

Plant/Life: The Garden of St Erth

GardensWe head to the hills of central Victoria for a ramble around a historic and highly productive garden.

After Nature: An Exhibition by Janet Laurence

Art & DesignCare, art and activism at Janet Laurence's new exhibition in Sydney.

David and Sheila: A Pair of Extraordinary Gardeners

GardensBede Brennan's grandparents are the most remarkable gardeners he knows.

Out of the Ashes: Fire as a Tool of Cultivation and Care

CultureLeading Australian voices Kate Cullity, Charles Massy, Lesley Patterson & Michelle McKemey on fire ecology in Australia.

Whose Tree is it Anyway?

CultureOn trees and humans co-existing in urban areas. And an elegy.