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From Control to Connection: A New Ethos of Care

CultureAn essay by Georgina Reid exploring an alternate way to care.

War Gardens: the Search for Calm amid Chaos

GardensA journey through the war gardens of Afghanistan, Gaza, Israel, the West Bank & Ukraine with war photographer, Lalage Snow.

David and Sheila: A Pair of Extraordinary Gardeners

GardensBede Brennan's grandparents are the most remarkable gardeners he knows.

My Family Tree Grows Through the Roof of Nana’s Garage

CultureA tale of family, nostalgia and Nana Eileen's huge old oak tree.

My Dad Bill, the Tree Planting Obsessive

CultureA story of a man, his spirit level and a tree museum.

Sharon Pie’s Garden Compound

GardensWe drop by the Pie family compound in Brisbane (and fall in love with Sharon).

The Handover: Sue & Peter Miles

GardensA gorgeous story of a mother and son, and the garden they share.

Mama Kin is a Rock n’ Roll Gardening Goddess

Harvest, PeopleMama Kin's spirit animal is a ride-on lawnmower.

Garden Visit: Breenhold, Mount Wilson

GardensA vast garden estate with a lasting legacy of beauty and generosity.

When Families Become Trees

Botanica, CultureWhat if we thought about community in terms of trees?

My (Plant)Father

PeopleCleo Braithwaite writes of knowledge learnt from her biologist dad.

The Manscape: A Boy’s Own Adventure

BotanicaCharlie Lawler takes us on plant inspired journey to the highlands of Tasmania.

Plant/Life: Horst Schoeps

Gardens, PeopleA magical Melbourne garden complete with vegetables, grape vines, a huge pool and pond system stocked with rainbow trout, a rambling orchard, and chickens!

Nonna Corso’s Garden

GardensConcetta Corso, aka Nonna Corso, is a 76-year-old avid gardener, knitter and daytime television watcher. She moonlit for over a decade as a professional babysitter.

Mum & Her Worms

PeopleMy Mum’s a gardener, just like her mother was. She starts each day in the yard, fiddling…

Fermented Memories

CultureThe strongest memories are usually triggered by smell, a scent that sends you back in time.  But…

To Not Forget

Botanica, CultureA funny, sad, and beautiful story by Lucy Kaldor involving her mothers funeral, Eucalyptus macrocarpa, and artist Laura Jones.

Seeds, Life & Weeds

CultureEarly last summer my cousin, while roaming the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, discovered a magnificent dandelion.