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Growing the Future: A Conversation with Lille Madden

CultureLille Madden is a climate activist, bird nerd and the First Nations Director at Groundswell Giving.

Gardening as Surrender

PeopleA conversation with garden designer and author Richard Unsworth of Garden Life.

Introducing Wonderground Issue Two: LOST

CultureFind out more about Wonderground Issue Two.

Transformative Landscapes: Brooklyn Naval Cemetery Landscape

GardensA Nelson Byrd Woltz designed public space by in New York is created for contemplation and connection.

River Diaries: Getting Lost in the Issue

CultureA behind-the-scenes peek into the process of making Wonderground Issue Two.

Transformative Landscapes: Wild Yards Project

GardensCreate a biodiverse, beautiful and compassionate garden, wherever you live.

Transformative Landscapes: Landscapes of Cohabitation

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

#78: Arise and Shine

From The EditorNow is a time that is messy and wild and confusing and challenging. What else is there to do but leap into the unknown. Arise! Shine!

Ecological Anger Management

GardensBreathing new life into a neglected Los Angeles park, one plot at a time.

Decolonising a Caribbean Garden

GardensGardener and artist Ernesto Pujol on designing and tending a decolonised Puerto Rico garden.

Dirt is Good: Notes on Gardening in Australia

Culture, GardensAuthor Belinda Probert on growing a connection to her adopted country via gardening.

Soils of Substance: A Guide by Jac Semmler

How-ToOur resident horticultural expert digs deep (geddit?) into the science of good garden soil.

Kate Seddon’s Glorious Gardens

Art & Design, GardensMeet Kate Seddon, a Melbourne landscape designer with a penchant for plants.

Issue #77: Terra Firma

From The EditorIn the end, it all comes down to the earth beneath our feet. Soil, dust, humus,…

Backyard Adventuring with Filmmaker Beau Miles

PeopleBeau 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.

You’ll Never Plough a Field by Turning it Over in Your Mind

CultureWhat 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.

Kate Friend’s Botanical Portraits

Art & DesignBritish photographer Kate Friend's new series explores the relationship between people and their plants.

Designer Profile: Peter Shaw

Art & Design, GardensA garden ramble with designer Peter Shaw on Victoria's Surf Coast.