"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 freely downloaded as PDF files from the Australian Plants Society (NSW) website.
These are some of the topics covered in recent issues of "Australian Plants":
|Issue 227: Winter 2016
* 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
|Issue 226: Autumn 2016
* 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
|Issue 225: Summer 2015/16
This issue features Australian Succulent Plants.
* Australian species in the genus Calandrinia
* Description and Identification
* Pigfaces and Pigweeds
* Differentiation between the species
* Tasty and nutritious
|Issue 224: Spring 2015
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
|Issue 223: Winter 2015
This issue features the Society's Canberra Region.
* Wednesday walks
* Redesigning a native meadow
* Statistics on the Wednesday walks
* Observations on the status of rare and threatened plants in the ACT and surrounding areas
* Southern Tablelands Regional Botanic Garden
* Field trips - highlights of ANPS Canberra 2006-2014
* New book: Australian Plants for Canberra region gardens
|Issue 222: Autumn 2015
This issue features gardening with Australian native plants.
* Garden Design with Australian Plants
* The Walcott Garden in Canberra
* Black Stump Garden
* "Panrock Ridge"
* "Jahnsville" 1983-2015
* Inverawe Native Gardens - A Garden with Attitude
* Chingarrup Sanctuary: Revegetation of cleared bushland
|Issue 221: Summer 2014/15
This issue features the flora of Macquarie Island.
* Snapshot of the subantarctic
* Brief introduction to the flora of Macquarie Island
* Macquarie Island-exciting changes in vegetation and landscapes after rabbit and rodent eradication
* Subantarctic Bedstraw, Gallium antarcticum
* The curious case of the Windswept Helmet-orchid
* Patterned mires and Sphagnum moss on Macquarie Island
* Azorella seed orchard on Macquarie Island
* Can you help the Azorella seed orchard?
* Current vegetation changes on Macquarie Island - a Ranger's perspective.
* The Subantarctic Plant House - a very cool place
|Issue 220: Spring 2014
This issue features Australian native ferns.
* Growing ferns in the Garden
* Fern Pests
* Ferns as Living Art
* Blechnum Ferns of North Queensland
* Some Rare Ferns of North Queensland
* Endemic Tree Ferns of North Queensland
* Toxicity in Australian Ferns
|Issue 219: Winter 2014
This issue celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan.
* Achieving the green vision for the Australian Botanic Garden
* Cumberland Plain Woodland Ecology
* Remnant Tree Management in the Botanic Garden
* Nursery of Australian Plants
* Plant Records: the difference between a garden and a Botanic Garden
* Picking Favourites
* Seedbanking - taking plant conservation to the next level
* The Australian PlantBank: a new era in plant science
* The Rainforest Conservation Project
* I'm Here, Now Where Am I? - Your Visit to the Australian Botanic Garden
* What's The Big Idea? Inspiring Botanical Experiences
* Painting Your Garden
|Issue 218: Autumn 2014
* Flying foxes and why we need them
* Turning Seven Acres of Horse Paddocks into Paradise
* My garden in Penguin, four decades on
* Tondoon Botanic Gardens
* Cold-hardy hybrids of Western Australian eucalypts
* Native cherry and sandatwood family
* Menippus darcyi, a little green beetle at Grays Point