Issues

72. Grace

We are gracious, we are graceless, we are occasionally graceful. We try, we fail, we try again. We look to the world around us, a place abounding in grace, and we are grateful. This month we’re considering grace, considering life, considering plants, considering gardens. We’re asking what it means to live, with grace.

Untethered

CultureA note from The Planthunter editor Georgina Reid.

Victor Steffensen’s Fire Country

CultureIndigenous Fire Practitioner Victor Steffensen explains how Indigenous fire management could help save Australia

Saving Seeds With Jac Semmler, Seed Queen

Botanica, How-ToSave those seeds! Jac Semmler will show you how.

Interrogation and Regeneration with Artist Cara Johnson

Art & Design, PeopleArtist Cara Johnson's works interrogate ideas around land management practices and the human relationship with the natural world.

Introducing the Planthunter Ode Project

CultureImagine an untamed and entangled garden of words that whisper, shout, murmur and yell of the beauty and importance and value of the natural world! Ode with us.

The Earth is in Her Hands

CultureA conversation with the author of new book featuring 75 leading women of plants.

Jac Semmler’s Mad Perennial Garden

GardensJac Semmler has created a perennial wonderland in suburban Melbourne. A bit of whimsy, a bunch of madness and a lot of fun!

Once Upon a Tree War

CultureBede Brennon dives into a complex and venomous debate over weeds and street trees in a quiet country town.

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