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CultureAn essay by Georgina Reid exploring questions of relationship and imagination in the wake of the Australian bushfires.
CultureAn honest and personal interrogation of what it means to be a settler gardener in Australia by Annie Farrell.
CultureFreya Latona suggests it's time to redefine our animal nature as a means of re-connecting with the natural world.
GardensCultivating perspective, connection and hope in the garden.
Harvest, PeopleMama Kin's spirit animal is a ride-on lawnmower.
CultureWho cares about fancy cars, diamonds or big houses if there's no water?
CultureA thought-provoking visit to El Arbardinal Botanic Gardens in the Spanish desert.
Art & Design, GardensAn exploration of the idea of gardens as art, and the implications of the title.
CultureNature. It's simple and complex and fragile. And it's why The Planthunter exists.
Art & Design, CultureA musing on the question of tattoos as art. And a whole bunch of botanical tattoos. Just because.
CultureAre cemeteries the most human of all landscapes? A musing on death, landscape and culture.
PeopleLisa Marie Corso shares her approach to natural health care. A very entertaining read. As usual.
Art & DesignA musing on the limited (but important) role of design in the creation of a garden.
GardensA short explanation of the residential landscape design process. By Georgina Reid, 'cause she's a landscape designer.
CultureThere's more to the act of hedging than meets the eye....
Art & DesignA series of images exploring the transient nature of plants (and humans) through the momentary recording of plant geometry. Images and words by Karina Sharpe.
Botanica, CultureIs there a role for art and spirituality in challenging us to change the way we look at nature in the west? This article by David Whitworth explores this idea. It's a great read!
CultureAn essay on the Eucalyptus tree as a symbol of Australian nationalistic passion. A great story by Lucy Kaldor.