Number 32...December 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; "Paws" - online magazine; Biological control slows creeping assault; Bushfires change soil chemistry; Australian Plants Award; Top information site; "Australian Plants"...in print!!!
- On the Brink - 8
- Australian Plants at Risk - Grevillea iaspicula
- Growing Native Plants in Containers
- A wide range of native plants can be grown in containers - often a good way of growing the "difficult ones".
- Coping with the Drought
- Helping plants cope with the extended dry weather conditions that still exist in many parts of Australia.
- Coastal Wanderings
- Spectacular wildflowers on the Central Coast of New South Wales
- Botany and Ecology of the 'Nightcap Oak', Eidothea hardeniana
- With a direct lineage to Gondwana, the discovery of this new species in 2000 caused considerable excitement.
- Genetic Provenance
- The importance of preserving local genetic forms in bush regeneration.
- Australian Native Hibiscus
- Although Hibiscus are very popular garden plants, the Australian members of the group should be more widely grown.
- Electronic Mailbox
- Problems, comments, suggestions...and a few answers.
- Short Cuts
- How to Grow Flannel Flower Easily; Potting Mixes: Roots Need Room to Breathe; A Reliable Wax Flower; Australian Native Grasses and Gardens; The Genus Boronia; The Late Inclusion of Trees in Garden Design
- 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 - December 2003
Issue date: 17 December 2003
Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants