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The Wrap Up: Chelsea Flower Show 2015

The Wrap Up: Chelsea Flower Show 2015

Andrew Fisher Tomlin reviews the world’s greatest flower show.

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The Wrap Up: Hidden Design Festival 2015

The Wrap Up: Hidden Design Festival 2015

Hidden Design Festival offers a look at some of Sydney’s most exciting, professionally designed gardens. Here’s a look at a bit of what caught our eye this year.

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Two Gardeners The Cruden Farm Garden Diaries

Two Gardeners The Cruden Farm Garden Diaries

Most mornings Dame Elisabeth Murdoch and her gardener Michael Morrison shared a breakfast of tea and toast and discussed the day’s plans for the garden. Michael filled in a garden diary, as requested by Dame Elisabeth early in their working relationship. The diaries have now been published as 'Cruden Farm Garden Diaries' by Penguin/Lantern, with explanatory text by journalist Lisa Clausen and contemporary photographs by Simon Griffiths. This brief extract shows how the diaries chart not just the garden, but also the attitude of its gardeners to each other.

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Western Australia's Wildflowers

Western Australia's Wildflowers

Angus Stewart clues us in on the best ways to see Western Australia’s extraordinary wildflowers.

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Woodbridge, Tasmania

Woodbridge, Tasmania

Robin Powell admires the view with pioneering heirloom apple grower Bob Magnus, whose ideas about pruning will change your mind about how to grow apples.

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Woolmers Estate, Tasmania

Woolmers Estate, Tasmania

Woolmers Estate, in northern Tasmania was home to six generations of the Archer family. For the past decade it has housed the National Rose Garden. Libby Cameron renewed her love of the rose on a recent visit.

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Wychwood

Wychwood

After a frenetic season of growth through summer and spring, autumn brings an easing into the relaxation of winter. Wychwood’s Peter Cooper tells Robin Powell why he loves the garden in winter.

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Meet: Charlotte Webb

Meet: Charlotte Webb

Follow the career path of this high achieving woman in horticulture.

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Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap

After the excitement and drama of spring, the garden can fall into a lull until summer’s perennials kick in. One way to bridge this gap is to grow annuals, many of which self-seed, and come back year after year. Read More
A garden for all seasons

A garden for all seasons

In the Southern Highlands NSW, horticulturist and plantsman Les Musgrave, cleverly plays with nature’s shapes, textures, and colours to create a garden with year-round interest. Read More
Out of this World

Out of this World

They say all good things must come to an end. Oh but, what an end it is. It’s the final installment of Michael McCoy’s four-part travel series; he’s saved the best for last.

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Meet: Phillip Johnson

Meet: Phillip Johnson

The first and only Australian to win both a Gold Medal and Best in Show at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show. And best of all, his 2013 award-winning garden is finally coming home. 

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Historic Gem

Historic Gem

Anlaby Station, the oldest sheep station in South Australia, 85km north of Adelaide, is being given a well-deserved new lease on life.

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