Number 4...December 1996
Australian Plants online is published in March, June, September and December by the Society for Growing Australian Plants, a non-profit, voluntary organisation dedicated to the growing, conservation, preservation, promotion and appreciation of Australian native plants.
- Editor's Rant
- Not propagating Persoonias; Tasmanian Botanic Garden in trouble
- Australian Floral Emblems 4; Epacris impressa
- Victoria's emblem deserves a better name than "Common Heath".
- Cultivation and Propagation of Boronia and its Relatives
- Secrets to cultivation of this spectacular group of plants.
- Australian Plants as Cut Flowers
- From a modest start the cut flower market looks set to boom.
- Small-growing Eucalypts
- There are alternatives to the forest giants!
- Correas and Birds
- Birds love 'em....so do growers!.
- Bringing Back the Bush....
- The philosopy behind the "Bradley Method" of bush regeneration.
- Three (More) Rogue Aussies!
- Melaleuca quinquenervia isn't the only Australian plant causing problems in Florida.
A Happy Christmas to all readers from The Society for Growing Australian Plants
May your interest in the Australian flora bring happiness and enjoyment in 1997
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- Short Cuts
- An eclectic collection of short items from the World of Australian Plants.
- A Good Read
- Reviews of current print and electronic publications on the Australian flora.
- Net Watch
- Interesting sites on the Internet...not all to do with Australian plants.
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Cartoons: Tim Roberts; Alan Stevenson; Graham Patterson
Editor: Brian Walters
Australian Plants online - December 1996
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Issue date: 17 December 1996