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The Last Glimpse of Garden: Landscapes and Death

CultureOn seeing plants as partners on the wheel of life and death.

The New Normal: Gardening for the Future in Rural Australia

GardensWhat does an increasingly extreme climate look like for gardeners in rural Australia?

Felicity Jones, Urban Flower Farmer

PeopleFelicity Jones is an Auckland based florist and backyard flower farmer.

On Being a Settler Gardener

CultureAn honest and personal interrogation of what it means to be a settler gardener in Australia by Annie Farrell.

Leona Romaniuk’s Garden of a Lifetime

GardensVisit a garden in Brisbane that's been loved and cared for by its owner, Leona Romaniuk, for over sixty years.

ISSUE #64: Matters of the Heart

From The EditorWhat else is there, but matters of the heart?

Seeing the Jungle for the Trees

CultureIs it time we changed the way we depict jungles, from places of fear to reverence?

Horticultural Therapy: Finding Ground in Nature

Botanica, CultureKathryn Tam takes us on a mindfulness walk in the New York Botanical Gardens.

Stefano Mancuso’s Nation of Plants

BotanicaAn upcoming exhibition from neurobiologist & author Stenfano Mancuso explores the concept of plants as living & sentient beings.

Australian Dreamscapes: The Art of Gardening

GardensImmerse yourself in the wild beauty of photographer Claire Takacs's new book, Australian Dreamscapes

Living Art: Lina’s Garden

GardensShare in the wonder of Lina Massi's lovingly-tended Sydney garden.

Surviving the Urban Jungle, with Help from Herbs

HarvestThis is how naturopath Sarah Fehlberg survives in Sydney's urban jungle.

Plant/Life: A Camberwell Family Garden

Gardens, PeopleDrop by this gorgeous Melbourne family garden!

Why Listen to Plants?

Art & DesignA new exhibition in Melbourne asks what can we learn by listening to plants.

ISSUE #62: JUNGLE

From The EditorGet lost in the wilderness with us!

New Shoots: Kirli Saunders

PeopleMeet poet, children's author and motorcycle enthusiast, Kirli Saunders.

Mind your Words. Because they Matter

CultureA musing on language, landscape, nature and words.