Issues

69. Dying To Live

The fecund aliveness of the compost heap. The graceful release of red leaves in autumn. The awe of being alive and the mystery of death. We’re going there. Ghost gardens and plant genetics. Grief and medicine. Natural burial and backyard farms. Take our hand and wander into the darkness/light with us.

On the Other Side of Loss Lies Love

CultureA personal exploration of the relationship between ecological grief and transformation by Georgina Reid

Colleen Southwell’s Art Grows From the Garden

Art & Design"I am unashamedly hoping to create work that is beautiful, contemplative and uplifting. I want it to speak, but with an optimistic, inquisitive and gentle voice."

Ghostly Gardens and Earthly Memories

GardensA tale of ghost gardens and stories from the soil.

Dancing with Diversity: Climate-Proofing Nardoo Hills Reserve

BotanicaAn innovative and ambitious approach to restoration ecology at Nardoo Hills Bush Heritage reserve

Plants are not Objects: A Spiky Photo Essay

GardensA visit to the Huntington Desert Garden and a lesson in non-objectification of plants.