'Australian Plants' Journal - Contents

"Australian Plants" carries articles of interest to both amateur growers and professionals in botany and horticulture. Its authors include the leading professional and amateur researchers working in with the Australian flora and many beautiful and high quality photographs of Australian plants are published in its pages.

Indexes to 'Australian Plants' from Volume 1 onwards can be downloaded as PDF files from our Downloads page

These are some of the topics covered in recent issues of "Australian Plants":

'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 233: Summer 2017/18

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* Kakadu - a Walking Adventure
* Plants for a Cold Climate
* Perroomba Garden, Williamstown, South Australia
* The 'New' Formal Native Garden
* Terra Australis Garden at the National Arboretum, Canberra
* Buzz Pollination and 'Bee Purple'
* How the Growth of Vegetation is Powered by the Sun
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 232: Spring 2017

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This issue focuses on Featherflowers (Verticordia sp) and Coppercups (Pileanthus sp).

* Verticordia and Relatives
* A Verticordia journey
* Verticordia and Pileanthus heritage garden
* Pileanthus - the Coppercups
* My journey with WA wild flowers
* Interspecific and intergeneric hybridisation within the Chamelaucium tribe
* Propagating Verticordia species from seed
* Grafting Verticordia and Pileanthus
* Pileanthus and Verticordia cultivation
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 231: Winter 2017

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This issue focuses on Tasmanian flora.

* King Island
* Bruny Island
* A desert in the rainforest
* The Central Plateau of Tasmania a land of lakes and wonders
* Tasmanian native collections at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
* Seed Hunting in the Subantarctic-Cool!
* Flora of Four Parks in the Hobart region
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 230: Summer 2016/17

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This issue features the Australian mistletoes.

* Mistletoes in folk lore
* Mistletoes are Australian Plants
   * The Mistletoe environment
   * Mistletoe Botany and Geography
   * Mistletoe and Fauna
   * The concept of "parasite"
   * Mistletoes and forest
   * Research into mistletoes and the health of forests
   * Mistletoes mimicking host foliage
   * Mistletoe species of Australia
* Mistletoe flora of Western Australia
* Mistletoes of Australia's Top End
* Australian mistletoes on introduced and street trees
* Anatomy of wood of a mistletoe plant
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 229: Summer 2016/17

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This issue features the flora of Central Australia.

   * Pack your bags, we're going to the Alice!
   * Introduction to the plants of central Australia
   * Central Australian daisy names
   * Enchanting Eremophilas
   * The castaways: the ferns, gymnosperms and palm of central Australia
   * Monitoring Tjilpi Wattle (Acacia latzii) in central Australia
   * Alice Springs Desert Park
   * The Intertexta Forest
   * Central Australian Bushfoods
   * Olive Pink Botanic Garden
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 228: Spring 2016

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   * Growing Australian native bush food
   * Searching for those elusive terrestrial orchids
   * Australian native plants for green walls
   * Australia's flora moving overseas
   * Bellenden Ker, Queensland - four days on Australia's wettest mountain
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 227: Winter 2016

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   * On the seed biology of the Sydney flannel flower
   * Encountering rare and special plants in the Blue Mountains, NSW
   * A stroll in 'Hale Conservation Park'
   * Digital Scientific Illustration
   * Weeds, herbicides, the law and you
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 226: Autumn 2016

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* Part 1 The Australian Plants Awards
   * Citation for John Arnott, Professional Category
   * Citation for Peter Olde, Amateur Category
* Part 2 Scientific study of Australian plants
   * The Australian Flora Foundation
   * Research on eastern Australian Persoonia
   * Unlocking germination secrets: A method for Eremophila glabra ssp. glabra
   * What really causes Mundulla Yellows
   * Ferns and their ancient ancestors
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 225: Summer 2015/16

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This issue features Australian Succulent Plants.

* Australian species in the genus Calandrinia
   * Description and Identification
   * Flowers
   * Identification
   * Habitat
   * Cultivation
* Pigfaces and Pigweeds
   * Differentiation between the species
   * Pigweed
   * Conservation
   * Tasty and nutritious
   * Cultivation
'Australian Plants' - Cover Issue 224: Spring 2015

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This issue features the family Goodeniaceae.

* The family members
* The anthers not-free species
   Lechenaultia, Anthotium, Dampiera, Diaspasis, Brunonia
* The anthers free species
   Goodenia, Scaevola, Velleia, Verreauxia and Pentaptilon, Coopernookia, Selliera
* Propagating the Goodeniaceae

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