Issues

21. Road Trip

Road trips rule. They can provide a sense of perspective, freedom and space often tricky to unearth in our everyday lives. They also allow us to immerse ourselves in landscapes of a rawness rarely found in our cities. But most importantly, they’re all about seeing. Both new things, and old things in new ways.

Food on the Run 3: Hearty Winter Veggies

HarvestThe Gal Dente gals head to Kurrawong Organics, on the hunt for hearty winter vegetables

The Valley of the Cirios

CultureA journey through a valley of very strange plants in Mexico.

Brooke Holm: Canada

Art & DesignGorgeous landscape photography of the Canadian Rocky Mountains in winter.

Food on the Run 2: Roadside Truffle & Cream Spaghetti

HarvestThe Gal Dente girls are back with the second instalment of their recent food road trip extravaganza - Black truffles from Oberon!

Interview: Ralph Durr

PeopleA plant nursery, picture framing business, and a railway museum. All housed in a country train station in central Victoria!

Garden Visit: Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca

GardensA wild botanical road trip to the Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca in Mexico.

Food On The Run: Car Baked Apples

HarvestCreative food duo Gal Dente fire up the Car-B-Q!

A History of Botanical Illustration

Botanica, CultureThe Amazon, a moonflower, and a .32 revolver. Botanical illustrators are so rock n roll.

Plant /Life: Brian & Trish Perkins

Gardens, PeopleA modernist native garden in inner Melbourne.

Tea Tree: The Protector

BotanicaAn exploration of the historical, medicinal and cultural uses of the Australian Tea Tree. A lovely read!

Cactus Country

GardensThe most fantastical cacti and succulent garden in the Southern Hemisphere. In pictures!

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