Lucy Munro

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Why Listen to Plants?

Art & DesignA new exhibition in Melbourne asks what can we learn by listening to plants.

New Shoots: Kirli Saunders

PeopleMeet poet, children's author and motorcycle enthusiast, Kirli Saunders.

Nature as Muse: Landscapes that Inspired Literature

CultureLandscape and literature - a match made in heaven!

The Night Gardeners: A Short Story

CultureA magical tale about cultivating beauty in an abandoned garden.

The World’s Ugliest Plants

Botanica, CultureIs a gerbera uglier than a penis shaped plant that stinks of rotting meat?

The Lore of the Land: Weather Forecasting with Nature

CultureExploring the ancient craft of predicting weather events by reading the landscape and the skies.

Women of Plants: Ann Marie Amato

PeopleA day in the life of a seedstress at Cistus Nursery!

Women of Plants: Amanda Woodhams

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

Women of Plants: Jane Rose Lloyd, the Strange Plant Lady

PeopleA chat with horticulturalist, rare plant hunter and plant obsessive, Jane Rose Lloyd.

My Dad Bill, the Tree Planting Obsessive

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

Tulipomania: A Tale of Obsession, Greed and Flowers

Botanica, CultureThat time when tulips were more expensive than houses.

Yappo: A Book About a Man and a Plant

Art & DesignYappo is a philosophical picture book for adults

A Guide to Fruit Trees in the Home Garden

HarvestIn an area no bigger than a domestic front yard, any gardener can grow a year’s supply of fruit & vegetables. Get planting!

Sarah Glover is an Adventure-Seeking Chef

PeopleWe chat with the Aussie chef about her outdoor food adventures.

Plants: Nature’s Aphrodisiacs

BotanicaSexy-time with Plants! You'll be happy to find many an aphrodisiac lurking in your veggie patch or pantry...

The Lusty Origin Story of Perfume

CultureStick your nose into ancient stories of scent.

Abandoned Garden Anarchy

BotanicaWhat happens to a garden when it’s left to its own devices? Anarchy, of course.

The Bold and Beautiful Ceramics of Elnaz Nourizadeh

Art & DesignWe chat with Elnaz about her process, ideas and transitioning from Iran to Melbourne.