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How-To If you’re looking for magic in your life, look no further than vegetative propagation.
Culture, Ecology Find out more about regenerative thinking - why it's important, and where to start.
Gardens Visit an experimental Los Angeles garden that is constantly un-designing itself.
Art & Design A new photographic series by Rae Begley capturing the breath, beauty and fragility of planet Earth.
Botanica, Culture Diving into psychedelic medicine via profiles of three common, natural sources of psychedelics. By Liam Engel and Prue Gibson.
Culture What does it take to fall in love with place, asks Annabel Boyer.
Gardens Acclaimed Australian landscape designer Fiona Brockhoff on why she gardens.
How-To Garden queen Jac Semmer shares expert advice on winter pruning for health and renewal.
People Learned student and gentle teacher Mark Parre has dedicated his life to care, curiosity and growth.
Culture, Gardens Ecosexuality and Derek Jarman's garden.
Culture, Memoir Our sense of smell tethers us unconsciously and elusively to people, places and our past. How? Why?
Art & Design, Conversations Acclaimed Chilean landscape architect Teresa Moller chats with Georgina Reid.
Culture An inexhaustive exploration of line and desire.
Poetry New poetry by Scott-Patrick Mitchell.
Culture The courage and patience required to make art can be found in unlikely places.
Art & Design, Culture Christin Geall reflects on privilege, art and plants.
Ecology The lines that mark movement of animals and plants
across landscapes are mysterious and long misunderstood. What can we learn about our world and ourselves if we pay them attention?
Art & Design, Ecology Spanish photographer Xavi Bou makes visible the invisible movements of birds in the sky.
Agriculture, Culture Nikolaj Vavilov lived, and died, for diversity.
Culture, People Gamilaraay writer Marika Duczynski yarns with Wiradjuri artist, poet and author Jazz Money about language and Country.
Culture, Ecology 'I wonder whether I walked through a forest at all.' Courtney Adamson comes to ground in a desecrated landscape.
Poetry 16.06.2022 Words by Jazz Money Images by Daniel Shipp Issue 3Poetry…
Agriculture, Ecology How can land be managed in a way that liberates, not smothers, ecological processes?
Culture Recognising the value of life-supporting work in the home and garden.
Culture, Gardens A city lets its grass grow.
Botanica Evolutionary biologist Monica Gagliano tunes into the desires of plants.
Art & Design Three artists speak about how the land we live on is cleaved by borders or shaped by colonial desires.
Poetry A poem by India Flint.
Gardens To be a gardener is to care deeply, inclusively and audaciously for the world outside our homes and our heads.
Culture, Ecology Working towards legal ancestral personhood for Martuwarra, the Fitzroy River.
Culture A sneak peek into Wonderground Issue Three, due for release in early June 2022.
Culture A most excellent giveaway.
How-To Our horticultural queen Jac Semmler has a guide to planting, transplanting and dividing plants - the perfect Autumn garden job!
Gardens An excerpt from James Golden's new book, The View from Federal Twist.
Poetry A poem by David Whyte.
Culture, Essays Marika Duczynski gets to know Dyarubbin, the Hawkesbury River.
Culture, Memoir Georgina Reid discovers what it really means to care.
Fiction New fiction by award-winning author Inga Simpson.
Agriculture, Memoir Elizabeth Farrelly discovers the reality of life on the land.
Art & Design, Conversations, Gardens David Godshall chats with Georgina Reid about remaking landscape architecture.
Culture, Memoir Artist Clare James on the joys of going off track.
Culture, Essays David Whitworth explores new and old ways of seeing nature.
Art & Design, Culture, Essays What can the stories of plants teach us about living with extinction?
Essays New writing by award-winning author Amy Leach
Gardens, Memoir Camille Roulière tastes loss and love in the garden.
Memoir, People One book has a profound effect on Michael McCoy
Poetry A poem by Monique Germon.
Art & Design Neha Kale uncovers fertile ground in the art of Agnes Denes, Nicole Foreshew and Asad Raza.
Art & Design, Gardens Gardening can be about seeing as much as making, suggests Georgina Reid.
Botanica Robert Champion makes friends with an endangered plant.
Culture, Memoir Tim Rushby-Smith learns a new way of being in nature.
Conversations, Culture, Gardens Psychiatrist, gardener and author Sue-Stuart Smith in conversation with Georgina Reid
Agriculture Ideas of legacy, transformation and love with regenerative farmer and author Charles Massy and his daughter Tanya.
Botanica David Godshall chats with tree death-walker Jeff Perry.
Botanica If soil could speak, 'unprecedented' would not be in its vocabulary.
Agriculture, Conversations A conversation with Bruce Pascoe about farming indigenous food plants.
Essays Writing and gardening, seeing and being. An essay by Georgina Reid.
Art & Design Neha Kale meets four artists exploring new relations with nature.
Poetry A poem by Rachael Mead
Poetry A poem by Tony Birch.
Culture Poet Jacqueline Suskin on questions of time, transformation and activism.
Conversations, Culture Cultural anthropologist Natasha Myers chats with Georgina Reid about growing new worlds.
Culture, Memoir Some things, like gardening, come late. Others, like Country, are always there, according to Zena Cumpston.
Poetry A poem by Shin Yu Pai.
Fiction Short fiction by award-winning author Holly Ringland.
Essays, Memoir The fight to save an ancient tree amid a Black Summer firestorm.
Poetry A poem by Dakota Feirer
Culture, Essays Growing connections beyond the classroom with school-based nature education programs.
Culture, Gardens Georgina Reid explores explore an aesthetic of care that moves beyond the human as source and beneficiary of action. A de-centring of human desire in the garden.
Conversations, Gardens A conversation with landscape designer and writer Dan Pearson.
Botanica, Culture, People Felix de Rosen roams the streets with Youtube botanist Joey Santore
Culture An introduction to the inaugural issue of Wonderground journal, by editor Georgina Reid.
Uncategorized An introduction to Wonderground Issue Two, by editor Georgina Reid.
Culture The NSW floods are a call to take action on climate change, writes Anna Rose.
Gardens Can a suburban garden become an ecological island? NZ artist Michael Shepherd finds out.
Culture Writer Freya Latona finds respite in a patch of remnant rainforest.
Botanica, Culture Jeff Perry explores the complex story of gum trees in California.
Culture, Gardens Bill Henson moves his late mother's garden, before the bulldozers arrive.
Gardens Plant-a-holic Jac Semmler is in love with visiting other peoples' gardens.
Botanica, Culture Essayist Peter Grant on the plight of Tasmania's endemic, and imperilled, Pencil Pine.
Culture Lille Madden is a climate activist, bird nerd and the First Nations Director at Groundswell Giving.
People A conversation with garden designer and author Richard Unsworth of Garden Life.
Culture Find out more about Wonderground Issue Two.
Gardens A Nelson Byrd Woltz designed public space by in New York is created for contemplation and connection.
Culture A behind-the-scenes peek into the process of making Wonderground Issue Two.
Gardens Create a biodiverse, beautiful and compassionate garden, wherever you live.
Art & Design, Gardens 'The idea of creation is beautiful, and the human species is capable of so much creation. But an existing climate and ecosystem, it’s not a blank page’ - Thomas Doxiadis
Gardens Breathing new life into a neglected Los Angeles park, one plot at a time.
Gardens Gardener and artist Ernesto Pujol on designing and tending a decolonised Puerto Rico garden.
Culture, Gardens Author Belinda Probert on growing a connection to her adopted country via gardening.
How-To Our resident horticultural expert digs deep (geddit?) into the science of good garden soil.
Art & Design, Gardens Meet Kate Seddon, a Melbourne landscape designer with a penchant for plants.
People Beau Miles's exploits include sleeping in ancient gum trees, walking 90km to walk and eating 191 cans of beans. Tanya Patrick finds out more about this curious backyard adventurer.
Culture What we do to the soil, we do to ourselves. An excerpt from Matthew Evan's new book, Soil: The incredible story of what keeps the earth, and us, healthy.
Art & Design British photographer Kate Friend's new series explores the relationship between people and their plants.
Art & Design, Gardens A garden ramble with designer Peter Shaw on Victoria's Surf Coast.
Culture Inga Simpson's Book of Australian Trees brings the forest to the living room and classroom, helping kids see the leafy life around us.
Art & Design An interview with Sydney based visual artist Caroline Rothwell about plants, art, and painting with carbon emissions.
Culture Hannah Churton started a street composting hub during the COVID-19 lockdown, diverting over two tonnes of food waste from landfill and growing strong community connections. A gorgeous story.
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