Number 19...September 2000
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
- Australian Plants Societies; Weeds by Mail; Florabank; Mundulla Yellows: A growing concern; Cultivar Watch; "Australian Plants"...in print!!!
- Favourites - 2
- Sturt's desert pea in the UK....we're kidding, right??? Wrong!
- Australia's Native Orchids
- The best epiphytic and terrestrial species for southern Australia
- Textures and Forms of Australian Plants
- Choosing plants for their total contribution to the landscape
- Corymbia, Corymbia......wherefore art thou Corymbia?
- Lumping or splitting the eucalypts?? You be the judge.
- In Appreciation of the Common Black Wattle
- Often overlooked - but a vital component of Australian ecosystems
- Adenanthos.......a member of the Protea family
- Rarely cultivated but well worth a place in the native garden
- Birdscaping....and the 'Birds in Backyards' Project
- Aiming to achieve the reintroduction of a diverse and dynamic bird community into urban areas
- Electronic Mailbox
- Problems, comments, suggestions...and a few answers.
- Short Cuts
- Bartle Frere Oak; The Pricelessness of Kangaroo Grass; Koalas and Eucalypts; Eremophila Seed Trials; How Not to Grow Eucalyptus caesia; Fertilising Australian Native Plants
- A Good Read
- Reviews of some publications on the Australian flora.
- Back Issues
- ...see what you've missed and download early articles!
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Editor: Brian Walters
Australian Plants online - September 2000
Issue date: 24 September 2000
Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants