Sally Wilson

Sally Wilson is a writer, editor and photographer. She regularly contributes to The Planthunter.

Marianne North: Lady Painter

Art & DesignMarianne North was a trailblazing female artist who travelled the world painting plants in the 19th century.

Doing Time in the Gardens of Alcatraz

GardensPick the odd one out: General MacArthur roses, Al Capone, maximum security prison.

Janneke Luursema’s Indoor Garden Oasis

PeopleIt's a sin not to keep house plants! Just ask Amsterdam based photographer Janneke Luursema.

The Great American Desert

CultureWe tour some of America's great deserts with photographer, Claude Harvey.

DIY: Indoor Succulent Garden

How-ToCreate your own indoors succulent garden with our DIY guide!

20 Cheeky Questions: Haarkon

PeopleWe ask Haarkon founders, India and Magnus, our 20 Cheeky Questions!

Growing Friends and Plants

PeopleWe chat with Michael Hare, leader of the Growing Friends at Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens.

Nature Play at Royal Park: Australia’s best playground

GardensThe City of Melbourne's Nature Play Park is Australia's most distinguished playground.

Tree Wars: There’s a Battle On in the Suburbs

CultureA privet can start a war. Tomatoes can lead to murder.

Meet the Seed Mob

PeopleWe meet Paul Gorrie from Seed, Australia's first Indigenous youth climate network.

Produce to the People

HarvestWe talk with Produce to the People's inspiring founder, Penelope Dodd.

Bob Brown: “It’s not hard being Green”

PeopleThe incredible Bob Brown speaks to The Planthunter.

John Cage: The Mushroom Man

CultureJohn Cage was a composer, author and avid mushroom hunter.

The Great Indoors with Jason Chongue

GardensWe visit the plant-filled home of architect, Jason Chongue.

Man Candy: Rodney Dunn

PeopleRodney Dunn from the Agrarian Kitchen talks to us about food, plants, and life.

Mapplethorpe’s Flora

Art & Design, CultureWe take a look inside the epic book, Mapplethorpe Flora.

Man Candy: Matt Leacy

PeopleSydney landscape designer Matt Leacy takes our Man Candy survey.

Man Candy: Ken Done

PeopleColour, optimism and, well, KEN DONE!!!