Georgina Reid

Georgina Reid is the founder & editor of The Planthunter. She has qualifications in journalism and design, and a very serious passion for plants. If she were a tree she’d be a lemon scented gum.  VIEW GEORGINA’S FACEBOOK & INSTAGRAM

 

 

Case Studies: Questions of Home, Plants and Power

Art & DesignAn art project by Felicity Jones and Mark Smith exploring the cultural and environmental impacts of the Wardian case.

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

Jeanne Baret’s Bougainvillea

Botanica, CultureThe unusual story of a ubiquitous plant.

#71: Earthly Delights

From The EditorIt’s easy to forget sometimes just how wondrous it is to be alive. How glorious our home…

Awakening the Activist: Right Here, Right Now

CultureWriter Freya Latona on what it means to be an environmental activist, right here, right now.

Plant / Life: Lyle Filippe of Roraima Nursery

Gardens, PeopleA visit to the garden and nursery of a self-confessed plant hoarder.

Coming Home: The art of Tamara Dean

Art & DesignTamara's photographic work explores beautiful ways of saying painful things.

Audacious Gardening: On Daring to Care

GardensA personal essay on life and gardening by Georgina Reid.

Design and Life: Xanthe White, Miguel Urquijo and Phillip Johnson

Art & Design, GardensThree outstanding designers with a deep appreciation for and reverence of the natural world.

Design and Life: Andrea Cochran, Kate Cullity and Sacha Coles

Art & DesignThree landscape architects whose combined visions are shaping the earth beneath our feet for the better.

The Dirt: Adam Moxon Simpson

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

Say My Name: On Speaking the Indigenous Names of Plants

CultureGeorgina Reid on what it might mean to speak the indigenous names of plants.

Plant / Life: Jo Ferguson

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

Landscape as Protagonist?

Art & DesignAn exploration of what it look like when landscape plays the lead role.

On Politics, Love and Climate Change

CultureAn essay on finding common ground.