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A regional perspective for Australian garden history      Ruth Morgan

 

Garden evolution in New England     Liz Chappell

 

Our everlasting legacy      Ian Telford
Australian Everlastings are a focus for botanical research in Armidale, and in the process are revealing local species with horticultural promise.

 

Three cottage landscapes: a reflection on forty years of conservation practice     Peter Freeman
Strong regional characteristics of the eastern Riverina in NSW, the NSW south coast, and southern Italy, differentiate and unite each of the cottage landscapes lovingly conserved and retold here.

 

Lionel Gilbert: botanical historian extraordinaire      Richard Aitken
Australian garden history relies on a solid foundation of research and analysis undertaken by pioneering researchers. Lionel Gilbert is amongst the most distinguished of this emeritus group.

 

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch (1909-2012): personal reflections of a remarkable woman      Peter Watts

 

Opportunity and innovation: 33rd Australian Garden History Society annual national conference, Ballarat, 9–11 November 2012   Caroline Grant

 

Profile: Pamela Jellie

 

Colonial pastoralism in western Victoria    Christine Reid and Harriet Edquist
A current research project is studying the design history of Victoria’s Western district homesteads and surrounding landscapes.