Gardens

‘…a garden is fundamentally a place for use by people. It is not a static picture created in plants…’ – John Brooks

We love nothing more than hunting out the most interesting, loved, and beautiful gardens around the world and sharing them with you! From humble suburban gardens to cactus collectors in rural Victoria and jungle gardens in Mexico, we’ve got your green needs covered.

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Saving Grace: Bill Henson Moves his Childhood Garden

Culture, GardensBill Henson moves his late mother's garden, before the bulldozers arrive.

Shared Pleasures: The Joys of Other Peoples’ Gardens

GardensPlant-a-holic Jac Semmler is in love with visiting other peoples' gardens.

Gardening, Radicalised!

GardensGet radical in the garden with David Godshall and Terremoto.

This Park in a Former Cemetery is Designed for Contemplation

GardensA Nelson Byrd Woltz designed public space by in New York is created for contemplation and connection.

Wild Yards Project: Wilderness Begins at Home

GardensCreate a biodiverse, beautiful and compassionate garden, wherever you live.

Landscapes of Cohabitation by doxiadis+

Art & Design, Gardens'The idea of creation is beautiful, and the human species is capable of so much creation. But an existing climate and ecosystem, it’s not a blank page’ - Thomas Doxiadis

Ecological Anger Management

GardensBreathing new life into a neglected Los Angeles park, one plot at a time.

Decolonising a Caribbean Garden

GardensGardener and artist Ernesto Pujol on designing and tending a decolonised Puerto Rico garden.

Dirt is Good: Notes on Gardening in Australia

Culture, GardensAuthor Belinda Probert on growing a connection to her adopted country via gardening.

Kate Seddon’s Glorious Gardens

Art & Design, GardensMeet Kate Seddon, a Melbourne landscape designer with a penchant for plants.

Designer Profile: Peter Shaw

Art & Design, GardensA garden ramble with designer Peter Shaw on Victoria's Surf Coast.

River Garden Diaries: Playing in the Layers

Culture, GardensA musing by Georgina Reid on gardening in the space between knowledge and intuition.

The Garden as Breath: A Sydney Garden Designed by Spirit Level

GardensA visit to an austere Sydney garden in a spectacular bushland setting.

Book Review: Spirit of the Garden

GardensA new book by Trisha Dixon explores the elusive essence of gardens and landscapes.

Dig in: A New Gardening Column by Jac Semmler

GardensJac Semmler kills plants, and she's our newest gardening columnist.

Rest, Repose and Race: Leslie Bennett and Black Sanctuary Gardens

GardensA chat with landscape designer and founder of Black Sanctuary Gardens, Leslie Bennett, about race, visibility and action in the garden.

Reilluminate: The Garden at Night

Art & Design, GardensAn interview with Allison Watkins - photographer and night-time garden stalker.

The Value of Front Gardens in a Pandemic, and Always

GardensAn ode to the importance of front gardens in challenging times.