Number 35...September 2004
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; Most Australian Wattles likely to remain Acacia; What is ASGAP?; Eucalyptus Study Group; "Australian Plants"...in print!!!
- On the Brink - 10
- Australian Plants at Risk - Persoonia nutans
- Margaret River, So Much More Than Wine
- The eucalypts of the Margaret River forests.
- Edible Plants
- 'Caution' is the message when contemplating the consumption of Australian plants.
- Coastal Plants - Connecting Tasmania and South-east Queensland
- Although widely separated by longitude, the flora has some common elements.
- The Genus Olearia
- These plants of the daisy family should be more widely grown.
- Western Victoria and the Grampians in Spring
- Spectacular landscapes and flora in mountains and desert.
- The Byfield Fern
- It might look like a fern but Bowenia is a cycad!
- Electronic Mailbox
- Problems, comments, suggestions...and a few answers.
- Short Cuts
- Native Gardens and Birds; Growing Better Cycads from Seed; Common Names and Their Origins; Cuttings and Myths; Designing a Garden - The Lang Approach; Moonlight Stinger or Gympie Gympie.
- 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 2004
Issue date: 14 September 2004
Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants