Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Should Australian gardens be natural or contrived? (Talking Plants on the Wireless V)


Rest your eyes and entertain your ears. For six weeks Talking Plants moves to the (Australian) national broadcaster, ABC Radio National, for another summer series.

I'll be back blogging in the first week of February 2016, but until then take a listen to Talking Plants 'the Radio Show', broadcast on ABC RN at 10 am every Saturday from 19 December 2015 to 23 January 2016. 

You can also podcast or stream from the RN website.

Guests this week
Kate Cullity: Partner in Taylor Cullity Lethlean, landscape architect company with main office in Adelaide.
Sam Cox: of Sam Cox Landscape, a Victorian based landscape architect company. 
Professor Steve Hopper: pictured below in the Cranbourne Gardens of Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, but in the show speaking from his Western Australian home garden at Goode Beach (above; with wife Chris Hopper on the beach itself). For the full story about my visit to Steve's garden, in written words, see the RN homepage (duplicated for your reading pleasure on the other blog, Talking Plants Too)
And regular guest, Jim Fogarty.


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