Number 31...September 2003
Australian Plants online is published quarterly by the Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants (ASGAP), a non-profit organisation dedicated to the growing, conservation, promotion and appreciation of Australian native plants.
- News and Views from the World of ASGAP
- Australian Plants Societies; The "Gumnuts" Newsletter; Cycads of Australia - Half Price Offer; Wildflower Exhibitions; ASGAP Newsletter; Tribute to Bill Payne; No name change for Queensland Region; Study Group News; "Australian Plants"...in print!!!
- On the Brink - 7
- Australian Plants at Risk - Phaius tancarvilliae
- Garden Design for Australian Plants in a Changing World
- ASGAP's Garden Design Study Group and its role in promoting design with Australian plants.
- Small Gums for Small Gardens
- Spotted gums and flooded gums might be majestic trees in the bush but something smaller is needed at home!
- Santalum - a fascinating genus
- Known as sandlewoods and quandongs, these parasitic plants have some important uses.
- Protecting Threatened Plants
- The threats facing native plant species and what is being done about it
- Banksia as Bonsai
- Tips for growing and maintaining Banksia integrifolia as a bonsai
- The Genus Bauera
- A widely cultivated genus - but perhaps not as well as it could be!
- Electronic Mailbox
- Problems, comments, suggestions...and a few answers.
- Short Cuts
- Scarlet Fuchsia: Graptophyllum excelsum; Vegetative Propagation; Treatment of Pea-type Seed; Bush Tucker - Burdekin Plum; Hakeas and Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos; Banksias and Drought
- 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 2003
Issue date: 14 September 2003
Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants