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Saving Seeds With Jac Semmler, Seed Queen

Botanica, How-ToSave those seeds! Jac Semmler will show you how.

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."

Plant / Life: Will Studd’s Edible Wonderland

GardensInternational cheese man Will Studd is a VERY passionate vegetable gardener.

Landscape Architecture and the Garden

Art & DesignLandscape architect Bede Brennan explores the sometimes fraught relationship between landscape architecture and gardening.

Beauty and Courage: Thoughts on Life, Gardens and the Human Spirit

Culture, GardensThere is a garden near artist Katherine Throne's home that borders on bedlam...

Audacious Gardening: On Daring to Care

GardensA personal essay on life and gardening by Georgina Reid.

From Control to Connection: A New Ethos of Care

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

“Only Bulldozing the Rubbish”: A Meditation on the Beauty of Chaos

GardensBill Bampton explores the human desire to make chaos conform.

Nostalgia in the Garden: Help, Hindrance or Somewhere in Between?

GardensA survey of garden designers and makers on the subject of nostalgia.

David and Sheila: A Pair of Extraordinary Gardeners

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

Over the Fence: On Marsupials and Garden Making

GardensHow does a fence change the way we interact with a garden/landscape?

Gardener with a Capital G: How Words Shape Values

CultureAn essay by Jennifer Jewell on valuing, and encouraging, gardeners.

Bob Griffin: “Go Forth my Young Writing Warrior”

PeopleBob Griffin was a gardener and nurseryman whose words and way of being helped shape The Planthunter.

Writing and Wombating: a Chat with Jackie French

PeopleFreya Latona catches up with the beloved Australian author, ecologist and gardener.

The Way of the Gardener

CultureWe're killing our world. This is why love, and gardening, matters.

Women of Plants: Amanda Woodhams

PeopleAmanda is an incredibly passionate tree woman, horticulturalist and dahlia lover.