Georgina Reid

Georgina Reid is a writer and designer, and the founding editor of The Planthunter. In addition to editing The Planthunter, Georgina contributes to a range of design and culture publications and speaks regularly about her work. Georgina’s first book, The Planthunter: Truth, Beauty, Chaos, and Plants was released in Australia by Thames and Hudson in 2018, and in the USA by Timber Press in 2019.

 

Gardening as Surrender

PeopleA conversation with garden designer and author Richard Unsworth of Garden Life.

Introducing Wonderground Issue Two: LOST

CultureFind out more about Wonderground Issue Two.

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.

River Diaries: Getting Lost in the Issue

CultureA behind-the-scenes peek into the process of making Wonderground Issue Two.

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

#78: Arise and Shine

From The EditorNow is a time that is messy and wild and confusing and challenging. What else is there to do but leap into the unknown. Arise! Shine!

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.

Tall Tree Tales: Inga Simpson’s Book of Australian Trees

CultureInga Simpson's Book of Australian Trees brings the forest to the living room and classroom, helping kids see the leafy life around us.

Caroline Rothwell’s Infinite Herbarium

Art & DesignAn interview with Sydney based visual artist Caroline Rothwell about plants, art, and painting with carbon emissions.

#76: THE LAYERS

From The Editor‘Live in the layers, not in the litter’, instructed poet Stanley Kunitz. We’re taking his directions…

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.

River Garden Diaries: The Mind is a Garden

CultureGeorgina Reid explores the relationship between gardening the earth and the mind.

Designing Abundance with Claudia West

Art & Design, PeopleA conversation with trailblazing landscape architect and ecological design advocate, Claudia West

Saving Place: A visit to Bush Heritage’s Scottsdale Reserve

BotanicaEcological restoration, extinction and 40,000 trees.