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Art & Design An art project by Felicity Jones and Mark Smith exploring the cultural and environmental impacts of the Wardian case.
Botanica, Culture The unusual story of a ubiquitous plant.
Culture Georgina Reid on what it might mean to speak the indigenous names of plants.
Botanica The bloodstained history of plants as healers, harmers and sustenance in warfare.
Botanica, Culture That time when tulips were more expensive than houses.
Culture Stick your nose into ancient stories of scent.
Culture Learn the mysterious language of flowers with us!
Gardens Take a tour of the gardens of Sydney's Government House with us!
Botanica, Culture “What’s in a name?” Shakespeare asked. Quite a lot actually, according to Lucy Munro's mother.
Gardens Freya Latona has transformed an inner city dunny lane into a lush, leafy garden.
People A wander through one of Australia's oldest native gardens with artist Jess Hood.
Art & Design, Culture Passion, plants and money ain't good bedfellows.
Botanica, Culture The exquisite scent of the desert is borne of hardship
Culture A radical Australian plant hunter who broke all the rules.
Art & Design An exploration of the lasting legacy of landscape architects the Olmstead Brothers in greening the city of Seattle.
Botanica, Culture Was Sir Joseph Banks a botanical rock star or a 'cantankerous old bastard'? You decide.
Botanica, Culture The Amazon, a moonflower, and a .32 revolver. Botanical illustrators are so rock n roll.
Botanica Named after the Greek goddess Artemis, the humble wormwood (Artemisia) is an enigmatic plant indeed, perhaps known best for its involvement in the famous psychotropic green liquid, absinthe....
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