My messy garden is a magical and alive place, which manages to delight and surprise me daily. It is a garden which is happy to keep growing and flowering, even if I tend to neglect it. Too much neglect and it becomes a jungle, but that is all part of the joy of gardening in the subtropics.
Take an opportunity to learn first-hand how the unique New York High Line is managed with the expert himself, internationally renowned Piet Oudolf, in an exclusive new course. Launched by Learningwithexperts.com the course is available from March 1.
The discovery of fruit fly adults and larvae at several sites in northern Tasmania and on Flinders Island has sent a chill through the state. Fruit fly is a serious pest of soft fruit though out much of mainland Australia but was not present in Tasmania.
Whatever your daily trek, we all need places to inspire us. Places that ask us to pause, breathe deep, and rediscover our connections. Nature leads me to that place of discovery. And, a direct inspiration for my work. It’s the patterns, patterns of interconnection, that most interest me. Continue reading
My predominantly native Hunter Valley garden is feeling the pressure of no rain. While it looks quite beautiful in the misty morning, the mist hasn’t translated into rain. Continue reading
With our March 2018 Conference only weeks away there is a growing excitement about what the various speakers will bring. Continue reading
Hidden Design Festival, Sydney is on 10-11 March 2018. Ticket sales are already open! Don’t miss this opportunity to see 11 designer gardens open for this one-off public viewing. Continue reading