With silver bells and cockleshells?
Or with knockout visuals, irreverent essays, recipes for meals to die for – literally — and a garnish of lovely dead crap?
Forget the pretty maids – The Planthunter is the online magazine for the culture-hungry, 21st century woman.
The brainchild of Sydney-based landscape designer, writer, and occasional photographer, Georgina Reid, each issue explores the inextricable connection between you and your plants.
The inaugural theme is death, a ballsy but fascinating thread that runs from poetic odes to the artichoke, to a last supper recipe to from Arthur Street Kitchen’s Hetty McKinnon. Pack that ginger peanut kale on your fork and prepare to die a very happy person.
With other contributors including Paris photographer Olivia Kaplan, artist (and last Bosnian cowboy) Ameli Tanchitsa, and obsessive Instagrammer Anna Thomas, you can be sure Planthunter’s charm is evergreen.
“If plants don’t exist, humans don’t exist,” Reid asserts.
But why just exist when you can thrive?
Main Image: Brooke Holm
Image 1: Birdie
Image 2: Jasmin Wong
Image 3: Anna Thomas
Image 4: Anna Thomas
Image 5: Luisa Brimble