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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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.

David and Sheila: A Pair of Extraordinary Gardeners

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

Over the Fence: On Marsupials and Garden Making

GardensHow does a fence change the way we interact with a garden/landscape?

The New Normal: Gardening for the Future in Rural Australia

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

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.

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.

Plant/Life: A Camberwell Family Garden

Gardens, PeopleDrop by this gorgeous Melbourne family garden!

Bill Henson’s Post-Industrial Walled Garden

GardensVisit this acclaimed Australian artist's incredible courtyard garden in Melbourne.

River Garden Diaries: And then the Snake (and the Rain) Came

GardensThat time a diamond python visited my garden.

Horticultural Semiotics: Ugly Beautiful Los Angeles

GardensLos Angeles is ugly but only if you don’t have the eyes to see it...

A Love Letter to My Neighbour’s Ugly Garden

GardensFreya Latona's neighbour has a beautifully ugly garden.

Falling into the Future: Nostalgia, Grief and Granny’s Begonia

GardensAn exploration of grief and nostalgia, framed by the story of a pot plant.

Plant / Life: Andrea Fitzpatrick of Botanick Brisbane

Gardens, PeopleAndrea has transformed an industrial wasteland into a plant paradise.

The Dirt: David Fripp and Blake Jolley

Gardens, PeopleCheck out THE BEST plant collection we've ever stumbled across!

River Garden Diaries: Composting jellyfish and other meanderings

GardensGrowing vegetables, composting, the garden as temple. Another rambling essay by Georgina Reid.

Plant/Life: Wildenstein

GardensWildenstein is a rambling 12-acre garden in the Blue Mountains town of Mount Wilson