Sally Wilson

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

Scent Survey: Professor Tim Entwisle

PeopleDirector and Chief Executive of the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens, Professor Tim Entwisle, completes our scent survey.

Luis Barragán’s Universal Garden

Art & Design, GardensSally Wilson visits the garden of famed Mexican modernist architect Luis Barragán.

Snap, Crackle, Pop & Scott

PeopleAn interview with Poppy Lane, of Pop & Scott about designing for plants.

In the Zen Garden

GardensSally Wilson visits renowned Mexican architect Diego Villaseñor's garden retreat in the heart of Mexico city.

Marigolds & the Mexican Day of the Dead

Botanica, CultureA beautiful story by Sally Wilson about memory, marigolds, and the Mexican Day of the Dead.

My Mum’s Garden is a Bee Hotel

BotanicaA wonderful story by Sally Wilson on her mum's passion for the blue banded bee.

Money Grows on Trees in Mexico!

CultureIn Mexico City money grows on a great number of trees. They’re not scarce and most homes…

Sex, Plants and Frida Kahlo

CultureThe Mexican artist Frida Kahlo kept almighty gardens. She painted furiously, slept with many, and loved like a one-eyed tornado. Sally Wilson explores the passion of the first lady of flower crowns. A brilliant read!