Number 11...September 1998
Australian Plants online is published in March, June, September and December by the Society for Growing Australian Plants, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the growing, conservation, promotion and appreciation of Australian native plants.
- Odds and Ends
- Exploring the Flinders Ranges; The Value of a Tree; Glyphosate resistance; ASGAP 20th Biennial Conference and Seminar; Rainforest Restoration and more.
Getting Started 2: The Soil
- Part 2 in our series about the basics.
Australian Plants in Their Own Garden
- Bush Tales from the northern Flinders Ranges.
Tissue Culture of Grevillea Species at Mt Annan Botanic Garden
- Tissue culture is an important technique for conservation of endangered species.
- Tea trees are well known but relatively few are grown in gardens.
Attracting Native Birds into Your Garden
- A garden filled with birds is just a matter of correct planting.
The Romance of Haloragodendron lucasii
- A rare plant rediscovered in suburban Sydney.
- Why would you want to encourage insects that eat your plants? Lots of reasons....
- Problems, comments, suggestions...and a few answers.
- Ants: Good or Not-so-good in the Bush?...Symphionema...
The Orchid Which Catches Stingless Bees...Hibbertia...
Pruning Australian Native Plants...Sheer Exhilaration! Growing Sturt's Desert Pea.
A Good Read
- Reviews of some current publications on the Australian flora.
- Sites worth visiting...you're sure to agree!
- ...see what you've missed and download early articles!
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Editor: Brian Walters
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Australian Plants online - September 1998
Issue date: 28 September 1998
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