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Life Lessons: Artist Linda Tegg

PeopleWe catch up with Australian artist Linda Tegg to talk art, process and plants.

Design and Life: Andrea Cochran, Kate Cullity and Sacha Coles

Art & DesignThree landscape architects whose combined visions are shaping the earth beneath our feet for the better.

Life Lessons: Georgina Reid

PeopleLessons from the life of The Planthunter founder and editor.

In a Tangle: the Debate over New Zealand’s Small Leaved Shrubs

BotanicaRobert Champion untangles the mystery of New Zealand's small leaved, divaricating plants.

The Dirt: Adam Simpson

Gardens, PeopleA visit to lawyer Adam Simpson's particularly particular moss garden in Sydney.

A Life Without Bugs is no Life at all

CultureA chat with an etomologist about all things insects - their decline, importance, and how to help.

Bonsai and the Cult of Cute

Botanica, CultureAn exploration of our obsession with the tiny world of bonsai!

Say My Name: On Speaking the Indigenous Names of Plants

CultureGeorgina Reid on what it might mean to speak the indigenous names of plants.

Plant / Life: Jo Ferguson

Gardens, PeopleA visit to a soulful coastal garden on the Mornington Peninsula.

A Trillion Trees Can Save the World

Botanica, CultureThe simple solution you can put into action to kick climate change to the curb!

Landscape as Protagonist?

Art & DesignAn exploration of what it look like when landscape plays the lead role.

On Politics, Love and Climate Change

CultureAn essay on finding common ground.

City of Trees: a Chat with Sophie Cunningham

PeopleFreya Latona chats with author Sophie Cunningham about her new book, City of Trees.

The Dirt: Roderick Wyllie

Gardens, PeopleA garden adventure with landscape architect and plant nerd, Roderick Wyllie.

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.