Meet Merryle Johnson; lifelong gardener, plantsperson and owner of Seedscape Seeds, and read about her journey in Horticulture.
Women in Horticulture
Nikki was announced as the 2023 AgriFutures Rural Woman of the Year. This young entrepreneur developed her ‘Grown Not Flown’ digital app to encourage us to buy local, connecting us with local, sustainable flower producers. It’s a family affair involving 2 farms with truffles and flowers in regional Victoria.
You may recognise AB from her radio appearances on the 3CR Gardening Show. She is a horticulturist, journalist, conservationist and writer, having written or co-written several books promoting Australian native plants. Dig a little deeper into AB’s horticultural journey.
Sandra Schwarz introduces us to six women leading the way in restorative green-scape connection, in part one of two.
Get to know Chloé Thomson, , the many-hatted horticulturalist from Bean There Dug That and Sprout School.
Fleur Flanery is the Director of Outlandish Pty Ltd, who hosts the biennial Australian Landscape Conference (ALC) in Melbourne. Having bought the Conference in 2019, Fleur hit the ground running – both figuratively and literally, as Fleur is a keen runner – navigating the many and varied challenges and postponements of Covid-19. She managed, despite these hurdles, to provide a great myriad of ideas and presenters during the 2021 Conference.
You know Melissa King from years on TV. Read as she tells the story of how she got on our screens and shares insights from her experiences
We chat to Millie Ross about her journey in horticulture, the barriers she has overcome to become a hort-hero and tips for women in the industry.