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  • MELISSA KING IN THE GARDEN

    Imagine being eight years old and being given your own patch of land to curate your own garden? Growing up on a block in Warrandyte, Melissa’s parents recognised her passion for gardening and dedicated some of their land for her to create her own masterpiece.  Every weekend she visited the local nursey and after school would plant and create.  From her own rose garden, herb garden, to a wishing well made from bluestones. Fast forward many years and now Melissa is presenting for Better Homes & Gardens and has years worth of experience in Horticulture Media. 

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  • We are launching BLACK!

    Green Hip is releasing some of your favourite garments in BLACK! This opportunity expands the realm of Green Hio products from just a work setting into everyday casual attire! View Post
  • Meet Green Hip Ambassador Jackie!

    Green Hip is celebrating the expansion of our ever-growing Green Hip Tribe. We are always welcoming new members into our community from all different backgrounds and skills because we all have a story to share. In this week’s blog we introduce you to Jackie (from Instagram’s @jacklynfosterart ) – the latest member of our Green Hip Tribe! Jackie is a passionate art lover whose art showcases her fun-loving and colourful personality, here is her story… View Post
  • Switching it to compostable!

    In celebration of plastic-free July, Green Hip is excited to announce that we are switching to compostable packaging and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Orders sent by Sendle will now compostable packages. So, don’t forget to put your packages in your compost bins or if you don’t have one, give the wrappings to someone who does. View Post
  • INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY 2020

    This is a time for men and women to celebrate the dramatic shift we have seen in regards to women’s rights. It’s incredible to learn that Australian women who worked in the agriculture industry were not allowed to call themselves a farmer until after 1994. How far we have come since then. A new p... View Post