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Trisha Dixon’s Secret Garden

GardensA visit to Trisha Dixon's wild and historic country garden.

Cruden Farm Garden Diaries

GardensThe garden at Cruden Farm was Dame Elisabeth Murdoch's great labour of love.

Fiona Brockhoff’s Seaside Rebellion

GardensWe drop in on landscape designer Fiona Brockhoff's gorgeous city garden.

Plant / Life: Jeremy Francis

Gardens, PeopleA passionate plantsman and his once-in-a-lifetime garden.

The Handover: Sue & Peter Miles

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

Plant/Life: Natasha Morgan

Gardens, PeopleEscape to the country garden of landscape architect Natasha Morgan.

Victoria Alexander’s Garden House

GardensA visit to author, photographer and plant lover Victoria Alexander's incredible garden house.

Plant / Life: Cherrie Miriklis-Pavlou

Gardens, PeopleA visit to a gorgeous mountain garden in Olinda, Victoria

Plant / Life: Jen Vardy and Family

Gardens, PeopleA visit to a rambling garden designed by Edna Walling in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.

The Dirt: Dan Kyle

Gardens, PeopleA visit to the mountain home and garden of artist Dan Kyle.

Plant / Life: Barry Byrne and Miguel Alvarez

Gardens, PeopleA visit to a grand five-hectare Blue Mountains garden.

Ed’s Feral Cactus Garden

Gardens, PeopleA wild cactus garden in inner suburban Sydney

Moorten Botanical Garden: A Family Affair

GardensEver been to a cactarium?! Now's your chance.

Garden Visit: Breenhold, Mount Wilson

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

Garden Visit: Tallawong, Mount Irvine

GardensA visit to a rambling Blue Mountains garden with a sculptural twist.

Plant / Life: Criss Canning & David Glenn

Gardens, PeopleA visit to a stunning dry climate garden in central Victoria.

Plant / Life: Michael Cooke

Gardens, PeopleMichael Cooke has been working with plants since he was 11. No wonder his garden is excellent!

A Cosmic Whale Garden!

GardensYep, whale and garden in the same sentence. Only on The Planthunter

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