Daniel Shipp

Daniel Shipp is a Sydney based photographer. He crafts the maths and design of photography into emotive elements, telling stories about the worlds within this world. His thirst for studying how light transforms objects and people will continue for as long as he can hold a camera. WEBSITE / INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK

What Tree Will You Be When You Die?

CultureCreating new life from death with memorial forests.

On the Other Side of Loss Lies Love

CultureA personal exploration of the relationship between ecological grief and transformation by Georgina Reid

Plants are not Objects: A Spiky Photo Essay

GardensA visit to the Huntington Desert Garden and a lesson in non-objectification of plants.

Fiona Brockhoff’s Sublime Garden Wonderland

Art & Design, GardensKarkalla is one of the great private gardens of Australia.

Welcome to Our New Website!

CultureFind out more about our new website design and re-branding

A Guide to Creating a Garden of Erotic Delights

Culture, GardensDesign a garden with sexy times in mind!

Audacious Gardening: On Daring to Care

GardensA personal essay on life and gardening by Georgina Reid.

Life Lessons: Georgina Reid

PeopleLessons from the life of The Planthunter founder and editor.

The Dirt: Adam Moxon Simpson

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

Plant / Life: Jo Ferguson

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

On Politics, Love and Climate Change

CultureAn essay on finding common ground.

The Dirt: Roderick Wyllie

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

“Only Bulldozing the Rubbish”: A Meditation on the Beauty of Chaos

GardensBill Bampton explores the human desire to make chaos conform.

The Past, the Present and the Garden

CultureFreya Latona explores the role of nostalgia in garden making.

The Dirt: Yunice Kang

PeopleA journey towards connection, via plants.

Plant / Life: Bronte House

GardensCome for a stroll through Sydney's heritage listed Bronte House and garden with one of it's current custodians, Anna van der Gardner.

ISSUE #66: BACK TO THE FUTURE

From The EditorThis month we’re stopping the car, hitting reverse, swinging it around and heading off into the bush.