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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!

Garden Visit: Ben Shaw’s Permaculture Oasis

GardensVisit a lush and delicious permaculture garden with us!

Leona Romaniuk’s Garden of a Lifetime

GardensVisit a garden in Brisbane that's been loved and cared for by its owner, Leona Romaniuk, for over sixty years.

River Garden Diaries: And then the Snake (and the Rain) Came

GardensThat time a diamond python visited my garden.

Plant/Life: Jenny Rose-Innes

GardensVisit this magnificent relaxed formal Bowral garden with us!

Plant/Life: Sean Cook

Gardens, PeopleThe lush inner city garden of leading Sydney florist, Sean Cook of Mr Cook.

Plant/Life: Peter Shaw

Gardens, PeopleTake a trip to a striking and sculptural coastal garden with us.

Cruden Farm Garden Diaries

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

Plant / Life: Jeremy Francis

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

Plant / Life: Robyn Prent

Gardens, PeopleCheck out this playful perennial garden in Melbourne!

The Handover: Sue & Peter Miles

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

Put your Bee Goggles on!

HarvestBeekeeper Doug Purdie has written a new book - The Bee Friendly Garden. It's a winner.

Plant / Life: Jen Vardy and Family

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

Doing Time in the Gardens of Alcatraz

GardensPick the odd one out: General MacArthur roses, Al Capone, maximum security prison.

Plant / Life: Michael Bates

Gardens, PeopleA beautifully crafted Sydney garden.

Ed’s Feral Cactus Garden

Gardens, PeopleA wild cactus garden in inner suburban Sydney

Garden Visit: Withycombe, Mount Wilson

GardensA historic Blue Mountains garden with a new lease on life.

Plant / Life: Judy Sederof

Gardens, PeopleWe visit an over-achieving, 60 square metre East Brunswick garden!

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