Art & Design Marianne North was a trailblazing female artist who travelled the world painting plants in the 19th century.
Gardens Pick the odd one out: General MacArthur roses, Al Capone, maximum security prison.
People It's a sin not to keep house plants! Just ask Amsterdam based photographer Janneke Luursema.
Culture We tour some of America's great deserts with photographer, Claude Harvey.
How-To Create your own indoors succulent garden with our DIY guide!
People We ask Haarkon founders, India and Magnus, our 20 Cheeky Questions!
People We chat with Michael Hare, leader of the Growing Friends at Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens.
Gardens The City of Melbourne's Nature Play Park is Australia's most distinguished playground.
Culture A privet can start a war. Tomatoes can lead to murder.
People We meet Paul Gorrie from Seed, Australia's first Indigenous youth climate network.
Harvest We talk with Produce to the People's inspiring founder, Penelope Dodd.
People The incredible Bob Brown speaks to The Planthunter.
Culture John Cage was a composer, author and avid mushroom hunter.
Gardens We visit the plant-filled home of architect, Jason Chongue.
People Rodney Dunn from the Agrarian Kitchen talks to us about food, plants, and life.
Art & Design, Culture We take a look inside the epic book, Mapplethorpe Flora.
People Sydney landscape designer Matt Leacy takes our Man Candy survey.
People Colour, optimism and, well, KEN DONE!!!
People Glenn Johnson is the proud owner of 3,000 VIP-lants.
Art & Design We share excerpts from illustrator Charlotte Day's edible alphabet.
Botanica, Culture In 'The Chernobyl Herbarium' an artist and author reflect on nuclear disaster, 30 years after the event.
People We ask Argentinian mural artist Lucila Dominguez 20 Cheeky Questions!
Art & Design Katherine Lu photographs the small island of Rarotonga in the Cook Islands.
People Steve Axford gives us a privileged glimpse into the mysterious kingdom of fungi.
Culture Jorge Gaviria is a modern day plant hunter.
People Avocados, Brussels sprouts and family dinners are a few of the things that make wine expert Matt Skinner tick!
People Camilla Clark of Bakewell & Co. makes key lime pies and loves to read cookbooks in bed. What a woman!
People Jad Choucair from Melbourne's Mankoushe restaurant shares with us his eating habits!
People We chat to Raph Rashid of Beatbox Kitchen and All Day Donuts about the king of all topics, eating habits!
Culture The Universe is one "great cosmic lotus dream" and we're living right inside it.
Culture This month's book review is 'The Baron in the Trees' by Italo Calvino.
People We talk to astronomer Dr Alan Duffy about plants in space and other cosmic subjects!
Art & Design Artist Caitlin Franzmann has mapped out your destiny in her 'Tree-telling' divination cards!
Art & Design Get your fingers sticky with the Bread + Honey exhibition, on show at Hotel Hotel from 6 February!
Botanica Emma Perry's photo series reveals the sexy side of proteas!
Art & Design Sarah Illenberger's Wonderplants are just normal plants... with superhero alter egos!
How-To Take a natural dye workshop with Belinda Evans this month!
People Step into the tropics with the living, breathing wallpaper designs of London-based artist, Sian Zeng.
Botanica Walk with us through a towering redwood grove in the Aire Valley, Victoria.
Culture Should you make a garden in a rental property? Of course you should. Here's why.
Harvest Make your own granola with this nourishing and aromatic recipe from Sophie Hansen of Local Is Lovely.
People Photographer Tom Blachford will change the way you see the world.
Art & Design, Culture How NYC's derelict freight line became a wilderness in the sky.
People Misha Hollenbach of fashion team P.A.M. attacks ikebana and wallpaper with art.
Culture A radical Australian plant hunter who broke all the rules.
Art & Design, Culture Henri Rousseau painted exotic jungles, but he was really the ultimate city dweller.
People We love botanical artist Mali Moir's eye for detail.
Art & Design, Culture Vincent van Gogh painted sunflowers, olive orchards and lemons – and he's up next in our artist series.
Art & Design, Culture We're exploring artists who depict nature this month - first up is Camille Pissarro.
People An interview with the woman behind the Strange Plants books.
People We enter the lush illustrated world of Melbourne artist Marc Martin to ask 20 Cheeky Questions.
Harvest A brown sugar pavlova recipe, and a musing on the importance of rituals in our daily life.
Culture A visit to Flowers Vasette in Melbourne, and an exploration of the ritual of giving flowers.
Botanica, Culture As well as a regarded neurologist and author, Oliver Sacks was a mad fern lover!
People Sally Wilson has a five hour morning tea with a legend of Australian environmentalism.
Gardens Take a trip to Lotusland - A Californian garden built on desire.
People An interview with plant obsessed creative Juliana de Lasse of Salmiana, Mexico City.
Culture A journey through a valley of very strange plants in Mexico.
Gardens Part 2 of Sally Wilson's visit to a surrealist dreamland in the middle of the Mexican jungle.
Gardens A visit to a surrealist garden in the heart of Mexican jungle. Part 1!
People Raquel Trejo is a biodynamic farmer, natural dyer, and maker of kids clothes adults want to wear.
People Blair Richardson, graphic designer and founder of Little Mule Studio, takes our scent survey.
Botanica, Harvest Sally Wilson visits a lavender farm in the heart of cactus country.
People Daniella Germain, artist and author of cookbook My Abuela's Table, takes our Scent Survey.
People Australian national treasure Maggie Beer takes our Scent Survey!
People Associate Publisher of Riverhead Books and poet Jynne Dilling Martin takes our Scent Survey.
People Wine and gin maker Andrew Marks takes our Scent Survey.
People Writer, amateur gardener, and former production co-ordinator for Jack White, Lacey Pipkin takes our Scent Survey.
People Jane Matthews, co-founder of Melbourne slow fashion brand Swensk takes our Scent Survey
Botanica The titan arum is the largest and stinkiest flower in the world!
People Matt Dilling is the founder of Brooklyn based Lite Brite Neon; producing neon bling for brands like Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney and more. He's also a beekeeper and gardener, and was kind enough to complete our Scent Survey. What a guy!
People Director and Chief Executive of the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens, Professor Tim Entwisle, completes our scent survey.
Art & Design, Gardens Sally Wilson visits the garden of famed Mexican modernist architect Luis Barragán.
People An interview with Poppy Lane, of Pop & Scott about designing for plants.
Gardens Sally Wilson visits renowned Mexican architect Diego Villaseñor's garden retreat in the heart of Mexico city.
Botanica, Culture A beautiful story by Sally Wilson about memory, marigolds, and the Mexican Day of the Dead.
Botanica A wonderful story by Sally Wilson on her mum's passion for the blue banded bee.
Culture In Mexico City money grows on a great number of trees. They’re not scarce and most homes…
Culture The Mexican artist Frida Kahlo kept almighty gardens. She painted furiously, slept with many, and loved like a one-eyed tornado. Sally Wilson explores the passion of the first lady of flower crowns. A brilliant read!
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