Issues

54. Home

To connect with plants and nature through gardening, exploring, and observing is a powerful way of coming home to ourselves and Mother Earth. This month we’re exploring the many meanings and iterations of the idea of home. What calls us home? What does home look like? Where is home?

A Guide to Growing Native House Plants

BotanicaLearn how to grow native Australian plants and trees indoors!

Anna Macoboy: Coming Home to Plants in Perth

PeopleA chat about all things plants with the founder of Wilding, a Perth based design studio.

Landscape is Destiny: A Chat about Home with Author Holly Ringland

CultureWe chat to the author of 'The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart' about home and landscape.

The Call to Home

CultureA story about finding home, by Lucy Munro.

Talking Shop: Lisa Lockhart from Garden Objects

Art & Design, Culture, GoodsA chat with the co-creator of one of our favourite online garden ware stores, Garden Objects.

Secret Gardens: A Book by Matthew Cantwell

GardensA new book from leading Sydney landscape designer and founding director of Secret Gardens.

A Home Among the Gum Trees: the Pull of the Treechange

CultureFreya Latona muses on our innate desire to find home amongst nature.

Designer Chat: Miguel Urquijo

Gardens, PeopleA chat with Spanish designer Miguel Urquijo about 'homeness', not replicating nature, and much more.

Goods (and happenings) in the Garden: April Edit

GoodsPlanty products and a bunch of Autumn events. April = sorted

The Wasp and the Orchid: A Remarkable Partnership

BotanicaEdith Coleman was the foremost Australian female naturalist of her generation.

Garden Visit: Withycombe, Mount Wilson

GardensA historic Blue Mountains garden with a new lease on life.