Issue 16 comes out with three beautiful covers: ‘Moon’, a painting by Ruth Asawa from 1958; Tulips, from a photo-essay by Jack Davison; and Ylang Messenguiral in Wright Le Chapelain, captured by Peter Jordanov.
You will also find titillating flowers by Harley Weir, and a collaborative homage to Mount Fuji, with images by Nobuyoshi Araki, Wolfgang Tillmans, Brigitte Lacombe and Chris Rhodes, among others. We fly kites in the South of France with Danielle Bouquet and get our Seasonal Harvest with Clarisse Demory, Matthieu Lavanchy and Sarah de Mavaleix.
Artist Cassi Namoda recalls rural Mozambique, while Hettie Judah digs into Ruth Asawa’s love for growing. Clara Balzary portraits Californian farm workers, and we meet Alice Waters and Fanny Singer in their Berkeley garden. Laura Hawkins shares her correspondence with Wright Le Chapelain, and we explore our primal bonds with nature through Isabella Killoran offerings. Nomka Enkhee brings some colour and fun to the issue, which ends, as usual, with our Loose Leaves section.