Landscape

Tall Order

Issue 65

One of Melbourne’s highest green roofs crowns an inner-city apartment that captures the suburban garden experience 28 storeys above ground.

Tailor-made

Issue 65

A suburban Brisbane home and garden takes full advantage of its natural assets and gives back to the environment.

In Conversation

Issue 64

The garden of this striking Sydney project says as much about the home’s architecture as it does the story of the family living within it.

Room to Bloom

Issue 64

Sure, we’ve all heard of a tree change, but what about a ‘flower’ change? Sandy McKinley’s move to a Trentham flower farm has lead to a tight-knit community of local growers in pursuit of sustainability.

Perched Paradise

Issue 63

Architect Adam Haddow’s Sydney apartment proves that when it comes to gardens, height is no obstacle.

Regrowth

Issue 63

Wide Open Agriculture is devoted to restoring the landscape and people of the West Australian Wheatbelt.

Message in a Bottle

Issue 62

Clea Cregan of Miniscape Projects has proven how creativity and brilliant design can prosper in projects of any shape and size.

Survive and Thrive

Issue 62

The harsh conditions of a family’s coastal property and their self-confessed plant-killing tendencies culminate in a hard-wearing, unpretentious and welcoming garden.

Cultivating Community

Issue 61

Nick Steiner took a suburban backyard experiment and turned it into a thriving charity organisation that brings fresh produce to disadvantaged Australians.

Melting Pot

Issue 61

Steeped in history and blessed with rich soil, this eclectic Melbourne garden is a patchwork of cultures and memories.