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‘We are a landscape of all we have seen.’ – Isamu Noguchi

This is where we get to talk to all sorts of people about their passion for the natural world. Artists, makers, designers, thinkers, farmers, gardeners – the list is endless. We love sharing stories of people doing interesting, creative, and important work with plants and nature.

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The Dirt: A Free Lovin’ Man

PeopleThis is a story about a man with an open heart, a free mind, and a high libido.

Jamie Durie: 20 (sexy) Questions

PeopleWhen we decided on the Sex theme for this month’s content I immediately thought of Jamie Durie.

Plant/Life: Mathieu Gallois

Gardens, PeopleMathieu Gallois lives halfway between the second and third floor of a huge old warehouse building in Redfern.

The Dirt: Holly Austin

Gardens, PeopleHolly Austin is an actor, musician, writer, beat-boxer, and self-confessed hack gardener. Here is her story...

Carolyn Barker: The Radish Alchemist

PeopleBy bridging the wonderful worlds of root vegetables and metalsmithing, radishes have finally managed to capture my…

Plant/Life: The Eckersleys

Gardens, PeopleThis garden in the Melbourne suburb of Surrey Hills is a real family affair. Owned by Ross…

Gardening With Soul

PeopleThere is something very poetic about a gardening nun, don’t you think? Jess Feast, a documentary maker…

The Dirt: Nick Ritar

Gardens, Harvest, PeopleAn interview with Milkwood Permaculture co-founder Nick Ritar about murdering plants, food ethics and connection.

Plant/Life: Ian McMaugh

Gardens, PeopleVisit a wild inner city garden with us!

Guess I’ll Go Eat Worms: A Guide to Worm Farming

PeopleMan’s best friend is not the four legged canine, as popular culture would have you believe. In…

Conversations With Plants

PeopleWhen I was about seven years old my best friend and I did an experiment where we…

Plant/Life: Jonathan West & Family

Gardens, PeopleIn what could be the most exciting plant news since the discovery of the Wollemi pine, this…

Melissa Hirsch: Fibre Artist

PeopleThe origins of working with plant fibres are ancient. Evidence suggests the Peruvians began spinning cotton fibres…

The Dirt: Hayley West

Gardens, PeopleHayley West has a Rhipsalis addiction. I know, it sounds scary but its not. Rhipasalis is a…

A Petite Green World

PeopleAmy Wong is a painter, scientist, and teacher – but is perhaps best known as a creator…

The Dirt: Brendan Moar

Gardens, PeopleBrendan Moar is a lovely character. We had a two-cup-of-tea kind of conversation, rambling about all sorts…

Diego Bonetto: The Weedy One

PeopleIt’s a hot afternoon in March when I catch the train to an arts centre in western…

A Celebration of Cactus

PeopleA chat with cactus collector Lester Meyers, of Gilgandra in north western NSW