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The Garden Design Study Group produces four substantial newsletters each year. These provide a forum for members to discuss garden design principles and allow for a free exchange of ideas and advice.

This interactive index provides links to articles and other items published in Issues 1-96 of the Newsletter (May 1993 to November 2016). Newsletters published after November 2016 can be downloaded (see below) but will not be indexed until the next annual update.

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3D landscape (computer program) 19.21
   review of 18.12-18.13, 19.12-19.14
Aboriginal communities
   'Local native habitat gardens' (Rennick and students of Ormond East Primary School) 27.12-27.13
   'The Mallee, Mildura and Mungo' [tour of] (Clabburn) 46.17-46.18
   'The Native Grass Menagerie' [food plants] (Watson) 48.16
   'Now for the 40,000 year forecast' (Woodford) 42.18
   Rainbow Serpent inspiration for Hampton Court Flower Show 87.2
   'Regarding: Bursaria spinosa' [sun screen] (Rennick) 33.3
   'Seasons of the year' [D'harawal Peoples] (Bodkin) 44.13
   Sinatra's experiences in 19.6
   use of Agonis flexuosa (Wanil) 39.9
Acacia spp.
   A. acinacea hedges 60.22
   A. armata 44.3
   A. boormanii 7.13-7.14
   A. cognata 68.14
   Acacia cognata (river wattle), in Grampians 93.11-93.12
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.3-92.6
   dwarf Acacia pravissima hedges 59.13-59.14
   'A flowering acacia and a flowering eucalypt for every month?' (Densley) 9.14
   heights reached (letter) 61.4
   'Large shrubs/small trees' (SE Australia) (Snape) 8.12
   meeting at Merele Webb's garden 74.22-74.23
   'My Acacia fimbriata and me' (Gunter) 43.17-43.19
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.22
   'Traceries and Layers in the Garden' (Walcott) 90.10-90.12
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.25-90.27
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' 92.16-92.17
   visit to Walcott garden 84.23, 84.25-84.26
   with eucalypts and pine-like trees (Lee) 41.15-41.16
accidental design, see natural gardens
acid soils
   'Noake's Garden, near Nowra, NSW' (Walcott) 96.20-96.23
Acmena spp., see lillipillies
ACRA (Australian Cultivar Registration Authority)
   'The future of cultivars' (Walter) 65.20
   GDSG donation to 65.1, 65.4
   Howes on 65.21
ACT Branch
   Australian Native Plants Society Canberra Region is hosting 90.1
   meeting reports 76.18-76.19
   planning for 2015 conference in Canberra ("Bush Capital / Garden City") 87.1, 90.1
   Ros Walcott as leader of 73.2
   starting under Pipitone's leadership 53.1
   visit to Cranbourne 85.20-85.22
   'Visit to NSW South Coast, 17-19 October' (Walcott) 96.20-96.23
   visit to Wybalena Grove by Canberra GDSG 94.23-94.24
ACT gardens
   'A Format for Recording Gardens' by Ros Walcott 73.8-73.11
   'A must see iconic garden - the National Arboretum Canberra' 83.14-83.15
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' 96.10-96.13
   Australian National Botanic Gardens, see Australian National Botanic Gardens
   'Banksias in Pots and in the Garden' (Walcott) 94.9-94.12
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.22-91.24
   'Canberra Branch plans to design a garden' (Pipitone) 56.9
   Canberra GDSG and Sydney GDSG Visit to Blayney/Bathurst, report on 85.14-85.19
   Canberra GDSG Visit to Carwoola 86.21-86.24
   'The challenge of creating a grassland/grassy woodland garden in Canberra, part 1' 18.10-18.11
   'Cockatoo', Wamboin, garden visit 76.20
   Cornish and Wilkes garden 80.13-80.15
   'Criteria for describing gardens' [Russell garden] (Johnston) 56.15-56.16
   'Daisies - Delightful and Durable' (Walker) 46.12-46.13
   Dalys' garden 55.20
   'Design of Woden Senior Citizens' Centre A.C.T.' (Pipitone) 37.3-37.5
   Diamond garden, Yass, garden visit 76.21-76.22
   Diana Bennett's garden 75.23-75.24
   first ACT garden visit (Russell garden) 54.15-54.16
   'Garden of Maureen and Bill Mutton, Urambi Village' 60.13-60.15
   Garden of Rosemary Blemings 82.20-82.21
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman' 87.18-87.20
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' (Arthur) 88.27-88.30
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.21-87.25
   The Lost Garden (Vernon's garden) 79.20
   Marcia Else's garden 79.19
   meetings at 74.14-74.15
   National Gallery of Australia fern garden 23.13, 26.9-26.10, 32.8
   Parliament House gardens (Canberra, ACT) 6.16-6.17
   'Planning a low water garden in the ACT' (Percy) 11.14
   'Planting Under Established Eucalypts' (Simpson) 46.14-46.15
   'Plants one can trust' (Walcott) 60.9-60.10
   'Report of Canberra GDSG visit to Orana School Open Garden' (Robbins) 60.15
   'Ros and Ben Walcott's garden, Red Hill ACT' (Pipitone) 57.16-57.18
   Russell Garden 78.21-78.24
   Shirley Pipitone's garden 35.5
   'Small trees' (Pipitone) 26.14-26.15
   'Some capital Canberra gardens' 65.13-65.15
   STEP at National Arboretum Canberra 82.21-82.23
   'Ten reliable plants' (Murray) 60.9
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' 92.13-92.15
   'Two Cheers for the Correas' (Walcott) 95.5-95.8
   visit to garden of Farrow and Kendrick (Queanbeyan) 81.21-81.25
   visit to garden of Ian Tranter 83.21-83.23
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.22-93.26
   'Visit to Janet and Andy Russell's Garden in Aranda, ACT' 92.12
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.23-90.28
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' 92.16-92.18
   visit to Walcott garden 84.23-84.26
   'Why walk the Australian National University?' (Simpson) 45.6
   Wynen and Vanzetti garden 78.24-78.27
Actinotus helianthii (flannel flower)
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.14
Adams, George
   'Birdscaping Australian Gardens' 77.14-77.15
Adams, Jenny
   'Attracting birds to your garden' 25.3
Adenanthos spp.
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.24
Adler, Ingrid
   letters from 55.4
   on use of mature tree ferns (Snape) 32.7
advice, see practical tips
aftercare, see maintenance
aged care facilities 59.5
   'Design of Woden Senior Citizens' Centre A.C.T.' (Pipitone) 37.3-37.5
   Ferntree Court Hopetoun Retirement Village 50.20, 51.16-51.17, 52.24
   Nowra Respite and Day Care Centre (dementia unit) 54.3-54.4, 55.4, 55.14-55.15, 57.3-57.4, 58.20, 58.22
   retirement village gardening (Webb) 35.9-35.10
Agonis flexuosa (willow myrtle) 39.9
   Agonis flexuosa 'After Dark' (Morris) 35.16-35.17
   dwarf forms for containers 34.16
   'The garden of Joy' (Cook) 68.14
agriculture, see rural environments
aims of GDSG, see Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
air quality
   'I see green' [sustainability in cities] (Johnson) 45.6-45.10
Aitken, John
   Open Garden Scheme 27.20
Albury Botanic Gardens
   members' letters 6.2-6.3
Alexander, Stephanie
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 (Snape) 68.7
all-Australian gardens, see Australian gardens
allergens, see anti-allergenic gardens
Allocasuarina spp.
   visit to Walcott garden 84.25
allocasuarinas
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin) 40.13-40.14
   with eucalypts and acacias (Lee) 41.15-41.16
Alpinia caerulea (Native Ginger) 30.20
alternatives to exotics, see substitute plants (natives for exotics)
'Alumuna' (Cartwrights' garden) 53.22
Alyogyne huegelii (Lilac Hibiscus)
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Autumn 2015' (Johnson) 91.2
amenity horticulture, see horticultural uses of Australian plants
American gardens, see Canada; South America; United States
Ammobium alatum
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.3
Anderson, Doug
   SMH comments on Chelsea Flower Show 62.6
Anderson, Ian
   'The challenge of creating a grassland/grassy woodland garden in Canberra, part 1' 18.10-18.11
   'Garden of Maureen and Bill Mutton, Urambi Village' 60.13-60.15
Anderton, Steven
   responses to 75.8-75.10
Andrews, Freida & John Lloyd
   'A garden at 'Chesneyvale' (Datson) 61.5-61.6
   'Our "vision"' 61.4-61.5
   visit to garden of 60.18-60.19
Andrews, Ros
   Report of Sydney meeting on Sunday August 19 2001 36.19
   'Ros Andrew's garden, "Corymbia"' (Hambrett) 55.16-55.17
Angophora spp., see also eucalypts and corymbias
   cloning success with 29.13
   eucalypt classification and 91.13
   summer appearance 64.1
Anigozanthos spp. (kangaroo paws)
   'Gardening: kangaroo paw, our fuzzy furry friends' (Robin Powell) 93.6-93.7
   letter on (Howes) 93.1
   trials by Angus Stewart 59.13
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.26
animals, see wildlife in the garden
annual plants, see also bedding plants
   daisies 3.5
   'News from the Mount' [Mount Annan] (Cuneo) 20.15
ANPSA (previously ASGAP), see Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.) (previously ASGAP)
anti-allergenic gardens
   avoiding wind-pollinated trees in 31.19
   callistemons and acacias as street trees challenged 21.17
   Chelsea Flower Show (UK) 3.11
apartment gardens
   see small gardens
appreciation of gardens
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen 73.11-73.13
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen, reply to 75.8-75.10
   'Merely soothing………a few short steps from boring?' by Hambrett 75.9-75.10
   'The Mood of Gardens and Gardeners' by Yarra 75.8-75.9
APS, see Australian Plant Society (APS) (previously SGAP)
Apted, George
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
aquatic plants, see wetlands
arid areas, see dry areas
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10-93.13
Arid Lands Botanic Garden (Port Augusta) 70.21
   'Eremophilas' (Snape) 65.19
   'Eremophilas from the desert' (Hall) 27.19
Arid Regions Native Flora Reserve, see Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT
Armitage, Maxine
   'A Blue Mountains garden design (needing a landscaper) 15.4, 15.7
   'Landscape' (garden design software package in Home Series group by Autodesk) 14.12
   newsletter index by 13.16, 14.5, 20.20, 24.20
Armstrong, Helen
   'Australian garden style' (conference talk) 6.9
Armstrong, John
   botanical paintings 35.1
   on Editorial Committee 33.1
   'Rodger and his Band from Downunder: California/Arizona Garden Tour' 22.9
   tour of Cranbourne Botanic Gardens 50.23
   visit to garden of 27.14, 27.21
   visit to Hirst garden 43.23-43.24
Armstrong, Lisa
   'tidying up' of logo 21.20
Arnott, John
   Cranbourne Botanic Garden tour (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.8-81.9
   'Geelong's 21st Century Gardens' 42.6-42.8
   'RBG Cranbourne - A Vision Shared' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.4-81.5
aromatic gardens, see perfumed gardens
art, see also furniture in gardens; impressionist gardens; photography; sculpture in gardens
   'A bridge between art and bush, or unorthodox creativity?' (Simmons) 22.13-22.14
   'Creative approaches to garden design' (Delaney) 5.12
   garden design as (editorial) 58.1
   'Gardens as a subject for photographers rather than as an object' (Kalfala) 77.5
   Preston retrospective at AGNSW 52.20-52.21
   proposed for new botanical gardens for regional Victoria, see Wildlife Art Museum of Australia (WAMA)
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   Thea McCarthy's abstract embroidery 58.4, 58.16
Arthur, Kath
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' 88.27-88.30
artificial rocks, see rocks in garden design
'arts and crafts' design 12.5
ASGAP (Associated Societies for Growing Australian Plants) (now Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.), see also SGAP (Society for Growing Australian Plants) (later APS)
   2001 Biennial Conference in Canberra 35.1, 36.1
   2007 Biennial National Conference in Newcastle (Rowland) 62.12-62.14
   ASGAP Perth Conference, Oct 2004 (Larkin) 53.9
   ASGAP/ANPSA 25th Biennial Conference, Geelong 2009 68.20-68.21
   Garden Design Study Group, see Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
   name change to ANPSA 68.20
   promotion of 67.6-67.7
   Rainforest Study Group 64.4
   'Some ideas from the ASGAP Conference in Tasmania' (Snape) 46.15-46.17
   Study Group survey (Pearson) 32.20
   Study Groups (Robinson) 67.6-67.7
assessment, see classification of garden types; design criteria
Associated Societies for Growing Australian Plants, see ASGAP (Associated Societies for Growing Australian Plants) (now Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.))
associations of plants, see plant combinations; planting schemes
asthma, see anti-allergenic gardens
Athrotaxis (huon pine) 20.11
Atkinson, Louisa
   'An Uncommon Woman of many talents' 47.12
Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) 92.15
Atriplex (saltbush) 4.7
   'Grey and silver plants in the Australian garden' (Gunn) 13.12-13.13
   hedges (letter) 61.3
audiovisual collection, see slide library
Australasian Plant Society (UK) 56.12-56.13
Australian Arid Regions Native Flora Reserve, see Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT
Australian Cultivar Registration Authority, see ACRA (Australian Cultivar Registration Authority)
Australian Flora Foundation 33.19
Australian Garden, Cranbourne, see Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria)
'Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' (GDSG book), see also photo competition
   Blooming Books as publisher 39.5
   book finished, what's next? 39.22
   cover design 72.5-72.6
   Editorial Committee 33.1
   feedback and availability 39.12, 40.1, 40.4, 41.2-41.3, 41.11
   Gil Teague of Florilegium and 32.1
   language used in (Nathan and Howes) 29.11-29.12, 30.2-30.3
   launch by Flannery at Landscape Conference 40.4
   loan from APS Victoria 36.1, 37.16-37.17
   plans for 26.18, 27.4-27.5, 28.1, 28.20, 29.11-29.13, 32.1
   proofs, and possible conference launch 38.20
   publication delay 35.1
   reprinting and soft cover version 73.2
   reprinting of 43.19, 71.1, 72.5-72.6, 74.7
   review by Cavanagh for 'Growing Australian' 41.11
   review by Houseman 40.10-40.11
   royalties, how to spend 52.3, 53.1, 53.3-53.6, 54.8, 55.4, 57.3, 59.4, 63.3-63.4, 64.5-64.6, 64.15-64.16, 65.1, 65.6, 66.3, 66.4, 69.14-69.15
   royalties from 41.19, 51.20-51.21, 64.17, 83.23, 85.1
   thank you to Diana Snape 41.20-41.21
   title chosen 39.5
'Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' (GDSG book)
   Morton garden 81.14
Australian Garden History magazine
   article on landscape design theory by Jeannie Sim 75.1
   article on Winifred Waddell and the Native Plants Preservation Society by Robin Marks 75.1
Australian Garden History Society
   Australian Museum of Gardening and 91.9
Australian Garden History Society lectures 36.16
Australian gardens, see also indigenous gardens; Open Garden Scheme
   see also names of States, eg, ACT gardens
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design] (Simmons) 32.12
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design] (Simmons), response to 33.8
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' (Snape) 66.9-66.10
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' book reviews 40.10-40.11, 41.11
   'Australian garden style' (conference talk) (Armstrong) 6.9
   'The Australian Native Garden: A Practical Guide' by Stewart 93.6-93.7
   'Australian Natural Garden Styles' (Pitkanen interview of Snape) 72.8-72.9
   'An Australian style garden' (Hambrett) 31.8-31.9
   'Australian succulent plants in cultivation' (Kapitany) 63.13-63.14
   'The "Bush Garden" and other styles' (Snape) 36.8-36.9
   'Bush garden handbook' book review 5.5
   Chelsea Flower Show (UK) 6.17-6.18
   classification of (triple A ratings) (Simmons) 5.13
   combining Australian and exotic plants, see blended gardens
   'A comment on the GDSG classification scheme' (Seddon) 6.5
   common features of (letter) 28.2-28.3, 29.3
   criteria for recording (letter) 71.4-71.5
   'Defining the elements of Australian garden design' (Durbridge) 15.15
   'Design, Memories - and Moods of a Garden' by Yarra 85.7-85.8
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.8-65.11
   'Different approaches to Australian garden development' (Snape) 8.5-8.7
   'Directions in using Australian plants in the designed landscape' (Shepherd) 16.13
   discussion with Vlad Sitta (Jacobs) 44.5
   'Format for Recording Gardens' (Chris Larkin with Vic Group) 72.7-72.8
   'Glen Iris Design' [design of Jankovic garden by Bev Hanson] 85.11-85.13
   'Gordon Ford: The Natural Australian Garden' book review 28.15
   'Guidelines for Selecting Gardens' (Chris Larkin with Vic Group) 72.6
   'Historic gardens in Melbourne' (Snape) 30.12-30.14
   'Imitation and imagination' (Simmons) 15.13-15.14
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden' (Halabi) 47.7-47.8
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden' (Halabi), questions about 48.14-48.15
   JRHS - An 'Australian garden' in England? (Buchanan) 35.12
   'Landscape in the future' (Thompson) 8.4-8.5
   'Life decisions and events' [removing exotics] (Woodroffe) 7.3-7.4
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.13-94.20
   maturing native gardens (book review) 2.7
   meeting at Rowlands' property, responses to [on formality] 66.11-66.13
   meeting discussing 77.17
   nationalism in (Shepherd) 12.7
   'No all-Australian gardens in a wildflower paradise?' (Buchanan) 7.11-7.12
   Penny Munro (NSW) 8.3
   'Planning and Designing Australian Gardens - A few ideas to get you started' (Howes) 80.11-80.12
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden: a talk to the Friends of the RBG 28-7-04' (Hambrett) 48.6-48.12
   'Silver at Chelsea' (Landscape Australia) 48.18
   'Simple classification of garden styles' (Howes) 24.4
   'A stranger in a strange land' (Peter Thompson) 31.4-31.5
   'The Looking-Glass Garden: plants and gardens of the Southern Hemisphere' book review 36.13
   Thomson on (1839) 47.13
   'Unique aspects for Australian garden design' (Simmons) 25.3
   use of term or 'native gardens' 4.3, 5.4, 7.4, 10.19
   'What is an Australian garden?' (Snape) 34.6-34.9
   'What is an Australian garden?' (Snape), responses to 36.16
   'What makes an Australian Garden?' (Howes) 47.5, 76.10-76.11
   'What makes an Australian Garden?' (Howes), response to 47.6
   'World Gardens - Is there room for an Australian garden?' (Howes) 47.4-47.5
   'World Gardens - Is there room for an Australian garden?' (Howes), addition to 48.3
Australian Horticulture
   'American vision well worth considering' [Fountain Hills, Phoenix, Arizona] (Snape) 39.13
   articles in 21.11, 22.12-22.13, 29.13, 30.15-30.16, 34.12, 34.15-34.16, 35.16, 41.14, 60.17-60.18, 61.17
   Australian plants for marketing 24.14
   'Green roofs and walls November issue' (Snape) 61.7
   'Native succulents' (Gwen Elliot) 54.12-54.13
   Orchids and mycorrhizal fungi 54.13
   propagation for revegetation 22.13
   'Re-creating a Cape York rainforest' (March 2002) 38.12
   reduced dementia from gardening 54.19
   Western Australia's Garden Week 40.11
Australian Institute of Horticulture ACT Newsletter
   'Lawns and God' 36.3-36.4
Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers 11.18
Australian landscape
   '230 Years since Sir Joseph Banks - A review of the Built Landscape of Australia' (Smith) 41.4-41.6, 42.4-42.5
   'Are we afraid of our own landscapes?' 92.8
   Australia Day Speech by Tim Flannery 38.3-38.4
   'Australia Speaks' [being oneself in the landscape] (Knox) 49.18
   'An Australian landscape design ethos' (Mackenzie) 15.15-15.16
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   collected thoughts about Australia 46.19
   'Evergreen - a factor differentiating the Australian landscape' 14.15-14.16
   'For lovers of the Australian landscape' (Holliday and Balfour) 37.12
   Heartland: The Regeneration of Rural Place' book review 53.17
   inland (Snape) 39.22
   'Landprints: reflections on place and landscape' (book review) 19.11
   Molloy on (1830) 47.13
   'More Than Luck: Ideas Australia needs now' 73.4-73.5
   'The Old Country: Australian Landscapes, Plants and People' book review 54.17-54.19
   perspectives on (McCarthy) 52.5
   'Puzzling landscape' (Fox) 32.6-32.7
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   Rowland's response to Flannery 38.5
   'Travels and design' [Pilbara trip] (Snape) 48.4-48.5
   'Views of the Australian landscape - 1. introduction and the Dutch explorers' (Cavanagh) 4.15-4.16
   'Views of the Australian landscape - 2. The English explorers' (Cavanagh) 5.15-5.16
   'Views of the Australian landscape - 3. The first settlers' (Cavanagh) 6.18-6.19
Australian Landscape Conference 2009
   report on (Snape) 68.7-68.8
Australian landscape design awards 2014
   Garden Drum (Stewart) 88.17
Australian Museum of Gardening
   Carrick Hill historic house and garden, Springfield, South Australia 91.8-91.9
Australian National Botanic Gardens, see also botanic gardens
   archiving of study group newsletters by library of 93.1
   Australian landscape as part of cultural heritage 73.4-73.5
   grasslands and 'red centre' garden at 74.14-74.15
   'Master Plan for the Australian National Botanic Gardens' 91.15
   'Select list of taxa severely pruned at the Australian National Botanic Gardens' (Donaldson) 9.16-9.17
Australian National University
   'Why walk the Australian National University?' (Simpson) 45.6
Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.) (previously ASGAP), see also ASGAP (Associated Societies for Growing Australian Plants) (now Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.)); Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
   ANPSA Conference in Adelaide 76.18-76.19
   ASGAP/ANPSA 25th Biennial Conference, Geelong 2009 68.20-68.21
   Ben Walcott elected President of 93.1
   'The future of cultivars' (Walter) 65.20
   name change from ASGAP 68.20
   planning for 2013 conference in Queensland 77.3-77.4, 79.5
   planning for 2015 conference in Canberra ("Bush Capital / Garden City") 87.1, 90.1
   proposal to change Study Groups to Interest Groups 76.19
   study group coordinator Jane Fountain 93.1
   Study Group Coordinators 87.1, 94.2
   study group newsletters 93.1
   Study Groups vs Interest Groups 85.23
   support for Study Groups from 69.1
   'Utility and beauty in design', comments on, see Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
   visit to Walcott garden 84.23-84.26
   whether ANPSA membership required for GDSG 69.3-69.4
Australian Plant Garden Network (Vic) 15.4
Australian Plant Society (APS) (previously SGAP), see also Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.) (previously ASGAP); SGAP (Society for Growing Australian Plants) (later APS)
   9th FJC Rogers Seminar APS Victoria 81.2-81.9
   APS Maroondah visit to Gallant Garden, Montrose 84.21-84.22
   electronic newsletters to 79.1, 80.4-80.5
   'Ext. from research report Growing Australian Vic APS March 2009' 70.14
   FJC Rogers Seminar, Melbourne 76.4
   'The future of cultivars' (Walter) 65.20
   'Garden visits, Wangaratta' (Vic) (Snape) 49.11-49.12
   'Growing Australian' booklet (Vic branch) 70.22
   'Introducing Native Plants' leaflets (Blue Mountains Group) 34.4
   publications by 71.7-71.8
   Victorian banners 78.18
'Australian Planting Design' (Thompson)
   plant selection in 74.7-74.8
Australian plants, see also indigenous plants 38.16
   '10 favourite plants for designing' (Durbridge) 17.18
   'A Format for Recording Gardens' by Ros Walcott 73.10
   'A vertical garden in Melbourne' (Snape) 88.14-88.15
   agapanthus as 'honorary native' 38.4
   APS display at RHS Cheshire flower show 45.16
   'Are native flowers better than exotics?' (Snape) 21.11
   'Are native plants increasing in popularity?' (Howes) 65.22-65.23
   Artemisia (wormwood) as 'honorary native' (Dench) 36.16
   Australia Day Speech by Tim Flannery 38.3-38.4
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' book reviews 40.10-40.11, 41.11
   'An Australian garden in the Tuscany style' (Reichelt) 24.10-24.11
   'Australian garden plants' (conference talk) (Elliot) 5.10-5.11
   Australian gardeners win at Hampton Court Flower Show 87.1-87.2
   'Australian native plants for pots, courtyards and small gardens' (Roach) 96.6-96.9
   'Australian Planting Design' [new edition] by Paul Thompson 78.12
   'Australian plants for gardens in the sun' book review 64.13
   'Australian plants for the rural and urban environment' 17.7-17.8
   'Australian plants for themes' (Simmons) 16.15
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' (Snape and GDSG) 36.5-36.7
   'Australian Plants in Amenity Horticulture' (Heffernan) 84.14-84.16
   'Australian Plants in the Designed Landscape' (Latreille) 49.16-49.17
   author's lack of knowledge of 14.10-14.11
   availability of 73.5-73.6
   'Awkward plants' [water requirements, suckering] (Simmons) 15.16-15.17
   'Awkward plants: Plants for protection - protection for plants' (Simmons) 14.8
   'Bees - a Worrying Compilation of Evidence' (Walcott) [bee-friendly plants] 86.12
   'The "bottom line" for Australian plants' (Simmons) 34.17
   Brooke's 5 categories of plants applied to 22.9-22.11
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?' (Snape) 49.9-49.10
   'Design categories of plants' (Snape) 62.6-62.9
   'Design with Australian plants' (conference talk) (Patrick) 6.8-6.9
   'Displaying Australian plants' (Simmons) 21.13
   'Easy to Propagate' (Snape) 74.9-74.10
   'Ext. from research report Growing Australian Vic APS March 2009' 70.14
   Flora for Fauna Project 37.11-37.12
   'Garden design using Australian plants: why such a late start?' (Snape) 55.4-55.5
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) (Bond) 17.10-17.12
   'Garden Projects' (Western Australian Wildflower Society) 45.15-45.16
   'Go Smell the Natives' (Houseman) 76.13-76.14
   'Growing Australian Plants in Subtropical Gardens' by SGAP, Pine Rivers Branch 75.22-75.23
   hardiness of (Graham) 11.15
   'Influence of demographics [migration] on Australian garden design' (Simmons) 21.6
   'The Looking-Glass Garden: plants and gardens of the Southern Hemisphere' reviewed 36.13
   marketing, see horticultural uses of Australian plants
   'A matter of emotion' (Nathan) 29.5
   'Native Australian Plants: horticulture and uses' book review 18.12
   'Native plants (and why I don't use them) in garden design' (Lawson) 14.19-14.20
   'Natives are out, roses in for city' (Courier Mail) 19.12
   'A New Image for Australian Plants' book review 41.13-41.14
   'The New Native Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' book reviews 28.14-28.15, 30.15
   North America (letter) 75.6
   'The nostalgia factor' (Simmons) 17.6
   not eaten by kangaroos 6.8
   'Order, or disorder?' (Snape) 87.7-87.8
   'Our UK experience with Aussie plants' (Hanson) 56.12-56.13
   overseas responses to (letter) 75.5-75.6
   'Planning or designing a garden -- is there any difference?' (Snape) 57.8-57.11
   'Propagating, growing and establishing Australian plants for public areas' (Wallace) 8.8
   'Report of meeting at Buchanans' Feb 2002' 36.17
   'Return of the native', report of survey on use of 15.13
   '"Signature" Australian plants in design' (Snape) 17.19
   Steve Martino on 'native plants - good' 83.19
   substitutes for exotics, see substitute plants (natives for exotics)
   'Suggested headings and questions for Recording Gardens' by Howes 73.5-73.6
   'The Sydney garden: where is it headed?' (Rowland) 27.5-27.6
   'The New Ornamental Garden' by Simon Rickard , reviewed by Rosalind Walcott 74.11-74.12
   'Topiary from Australian plants?' (from Australian Horticulture) 17.15
   tour of Mount Annan Botanic Garden with Peter Cuneo 15.19
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.7
   use of term 4.3, 5.4, 7.4, 10.19, 21.8
   use of term in ASGAP not ANPSA 68.20
   'Why Grow Australian Plants' (Howes) 76.16-76.17
Australian Plants (magazine) 5.3-5.4
   lists of articles in 2.10-2.11, 5.5
Australiana, see sculpture in gardens
Australia's Open Garden Scheme, see Open Garden Scheme
Austromyrtus dulcis (midgen berry)
   as ground cover (Simmons) 38.8-38.9
   description of (Snape) 23.18-23.19
   for mini-hedges 1.8
   'The garden of Joy' (Cook) 68.14
autumn, see seasonal change
avant garde gardens
   Paul Thomson's list of books for 6.6
awards
   AM for services to botanic gardens to Lawrie Smith 48.17
   Australian landscape design awards 2014 (Stewart) 88.17
   funding ideas for 33.19, 53.4
   John Bramley Horticulture Award 16.17
   SA State Government Native Gardens Award winners 70.3
   Sheathers as finalists in ABC's "Gardener of the Year" 35.10
   Top new tourist development in Australia in 2006 to Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne 58.18
Backhousia citriodora (Lemon myrtle)
   'Go Smell the Natives' (Houseman) 76.14
backyards, see suburban gardens
Baeckia spp.
   'What shape are your plants in?' (Larkin) 47.9-47.10
Baghurst, Judith 59.5
   easy to propagate plants (SA; letter) 75.3
   'In praise of cushion bush' 58.9
   'In praise of cushion bush', response to 59.5
   letters from 65.6
   'Phoenix' (poem) 75.4
   reafforestation and water use 57.5
   reafforestation and water use, response to 57.5
Baghurst, Judy and Andrew
   SA State Government Native Gardens Award winners 70.3
Baillie, Jan
   letters from 66.3
Bainbridge, Brian
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.5, 94.7
   'Lizard Lounges and Butterfly Bars' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.5
Bakker, Marion
   on banksias 3.8
balance, see house and garden in harmony; proportions (ratios) in garden design; tidiness in gardens
Balfour, Eve (Lady)
   'For lovers of the Australian landscape' 37.12
Banks, Joseph (Sir)
   '230 Years since Sir Joseph Banks -- A review of the Built Landscape of Australia' (Smith) 41.4-41.6
Banksia Cottage (Harris' garden)
   visit to garden of (Banksia Cottage) 58.22, 59.3-59.4
Banksia spp. 40.2-40.4
   B. serrata 6.9
   B. solandri in Woods' garden 85.1
   B. spinulosa 6.11
   'Banksias in Pots and in the Garden' (Walcott) 94.9-94.12
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Autumn 2015' (Johnson) 91.1-91.4
   'Dead-heading banksias?' (Snape) 39.16
   'Dead-heading banksias?' (Snape), response to 40.2
   for Melbourne soils 2.6
   in Dural (NSW) 6.9
   Kevin Collins Banksia Farm, Mt. Barker 70.19-70.20
   marble mosaics on theme of 19.12
   photo of B.caleyi 85.26
   'Photoessay - Details in the Garden' (Walcott) 82.8, 82.9-82.12
   prostrate banksias 3.7-3.8
   pruning B. robur 84.13-84.14
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.25-90.27
   watercolours by Celia Rosser 36.17
   'What is a small tree?' [trimming Banksia robur to taste] (Webb) 26.15
bare ground, see open space
Barfield, Lyhn
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.21
Barfield, Lyhn and Gordon
   photos of garden (Snape) 88.4
   report on visit to garden of 87.15-87.17, 96.13-96.16
Barker, Judy
   'Painting living pictures' 17.7-17.8, 20.6-20.7
Barren, Joan
   book reviews 10.11
Barrett, Joan 7.7
   article on Melbourne garden of 15.13
   book reviews 2.7
   'Drain-cloggers' 29.5
   'The Ebringer garden in Ivanhoe' 27.13-27.14
   Ferndale, Barry White's garden (Melbourne, Victoria) 5.6
   'My Special View' 54.12
   practical questions for garden visit to 17.21
   'Shirley Cam's garden -- a personal view' 23.10-23.11
   'Vic SGAP exhibit, International Flower and Garden Show 1997' 17.8-17.9
   visit to Denton's garden (May 16 2004) 47.15
Barrie, John
   'Drainage and pH' 40.14
Bate, Catriona
   'Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW' 89.21-89.27
   'Visit to NSW South Coast, 17-19 October' (Walcott) 96.20, 96.22, 96.24
Bates, Michael 13.16
   ABC Radio National 'Comfort Zone' garden segment 19.19
   conference reports 6.9
   visit to garden of (Snape) 32.8
Bathurst, see Blayney area
Baxter, Gabrielle
   'A Cave in the Australian Bush' 45.5-45.6
Beardsell, David
   trees for street planting 6.7
bedding plants, see also annual plants 20.15
   Australian plants for Olympic Games displays 23.5
   'In search of the Australian petunia' 14.13
beds
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.25-93.26
bees, see insects
Belcourt, Carol and Paul
   visit to garden of 57.22-57.23, 58.19, 58.21
benches in gardens, see furniture in gardens
Bennett, Diana
   meeting at house of 74.14
   visit to garden of 75.23-75.24
bequests
   'Who leaves $100 million to a garden library?' (Garden Drum) 88.14
Berenyi, Dora
   making contact (letter) 47.3
Berney, Julia
   'American vision well worth considering' [Fountain Hills, Phoenix, Arizona] (Snape) 39.13
bibliographies, see book reviews; books noted
billabongs, see ponds and dams
billardieras, see also Marianthus spp.
   'Billardieras: Australia's ideal light climbers' (Gwen Elliot) 34.16
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.12
biodiversity, see ecological approach
biographies
   'Ellis Stones' by Hanson 78.6-78.8
   'From Head's Nook to the high plains: Winifred Waddell and the Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria' (Marks) 78.6-78.8
   'Gardeners: Encounters with Exceptional People' by Diana Ross 76.17-76.18
   Karl Langer, by Lawrie Smith 76.5-76.9
birds in the garden, see also wildlife in the garden
   after removal of hybrid grevilleas (Snape) 29.20
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' [removing exotics] 96.11
   Artemisia (wormwood) (non-Australian) as home to fairy wrens (Dench) 36.16
   as predator and prey 7.4
   'Attracting birds to your garden' (Adams) 25.3
   banksias and 3.7
   'Banksias in Pots and in the Garden' (Walcott) 94.9-94.12
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.23-91.24
   'Biodiversity in the garden' (Roberts) 38.13-38.14
   'Birdscaping Australian Gardens' book review 77.14-77.15
   Chelsea Flower Show garden for 39.4
   'Comment about growing non-indigenous Australian plants' (Hrubos) 41.17
   'Creating a mosaic landscape in the garden?' (Hambrett) 63.10
   'Creating a Native Garden for Birds' book review 22.11
   'Garden design with landscape' (Warrnambool talk) (Snape) 13.6
   'The garden of Joy' (Cook) 68.13, 68.15
   'A garden to attract birds and frogs' (Scales) 59.6-59.7
   'Glenda & Bernie's garden: shelter & shade' 18.8
   'Habitat gardens' (Rowland) 87.4-87.6
   hibiscuses and 8.15
   honeyeaters and grevilleas 21.17
   'It's All about the Birds and the Bees' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.7
   Kennedy garden shallow ponds 21.7, 21.8
   'Landscaping our parks, gardens & roadsides for habitat value: Does it matter if we use exotic, Australian or indigenous plants?' 11.6-11.7
   letter from Densley 26.2, 26.4-26.5, 33.8
   letters about 71.3
   'Low shrubs with white flowers for around a birdbath' (Houseman) 17.3
   'A marriage of aesthetics and ecology' (Rowland) 62.13-62.14
   'Mistletoes in garden design?' (Vaughan) 32.17
   'Naturalistic gardens' [birds in the lawn] (Reilly) 27.14-27.15
   nest boxes (letters) 61.3
   Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT (Walcott) 93.8
   'Our garden' (Norm & Maureen Webb) 31.12
   'Plant selection and fauna issues' (Howes) 66.17
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.22
   problems with complete clearing 78.22
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.5
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' (Blake) 16.3-16.5
   report on visit to Yarra's garden (Snape) 90.20
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' [making bird baths] [WA] 39.9
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' 52.15-52.18
   'Ten years on' (Hulme) 27.13
   'The additional dimension -- wildlife in the garden' (conference talk) 5.12
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) 92.14-92.15
   'Thoughts on mistletoe' (Setchell) 33.17
   'Two Cheers for the Correas' (Walcott) 95.5-95.8
   vertical gardens (Snape) 39.18
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.26-90.27
   visit to Walcott garden 84.25
   visit to WAMA site 88.23
   'Water in a sandplains garden, WA' (bird baths) (Fisher) 9.9
   'The way we were', on Green Web Sydney (reprinted from SMH) 26.6
   'What is an Australian garden?' (Snape) 34.7-34.8
Birrell, Bob
   book reviews 53.17
birthdays
   'Happy 80th birthday to John Brookes - influential garden and landscape designer' 85.14
Blacha, Olga
   letters from 69.4
Blackney, Hazel (Hakea Study Group) 5.6
Blackstump Natives
   garden visits, Camden area 66.27-66.28
Blake, Beryl & Trevor
   list of banksias for Melbourne soils by 2.6
   'Plants for steep banks' (Roberts) 24.15-24.16
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' 16.3-16.5
   'A salt lashed garden' 23.7-23.9
Blake, John
   letter from 1982 to SGAP Vic 7.7
Blanc, Patrick
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.11
Blayney area
   Canberra GDSG and Sydney GDSG Visit to, report on 85.14-85.19
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Autumn 2015' (Johnson) 91.1-91.4
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' (Johnson) 80.5-80.11
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' (Johnson) 93.3-93.5
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - What's Happening in Summer 2015?' (Johnson) 90.3-90.5
Blemings, Rosemary
   visit to garden of 82.20-82.21
blended gardens, see also Australian plants; exotic plants 13.8-13.10
   see also substitute plants (natives for exotics)
   agapanthus as 'honorary native' 38.4
   Artemisia (wormwood) as 'honorary native' (Dench) 36.16
   'Blended gardens' (Howes) 35.16
   'Blending native and exotic plants to make a spiritually harmonious space' (Hambrett) 35.6-35.7
   'The collector and the designer' (Hambrett) 44.11
   Colleen Keena's garden 35.4
   comments from Datson and NE Vic Branch 33.10
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' (Howes) 30.7
   Fernbrook Garden, Kurrajong Heights 35.20
   'Garden design at Dural' (meeting report) 40.17-40.18
   'An integrated garden' (Simpson) 39.11
   'Introducing my gardener identity' (Eskdale), comment on 43.5, 44.7-44.8
   'Jacci Campbell's young garden, NE Vic meeting' (Buchanan) 40.8
   'Native plants to integrate with exotic trees and shrubs' (Keena) 23.16
   nursery plants arranged by height (Durbridge) 23.18
   'Paul & Barbara Kennedy's garden' (Buchanan) 26.8
   reference books on 35.3-35.4
   'Shirley Cam's garden -- a personal view' (Barrett) 23.10-23.11
   'Simple classification of garden styles' (Howes) 24.4
   'Sparse, fine or twiggy' (Snape) 36.17
   Stelling's garden 34.19
   Thompson's letter on 34.4-34.5
blending, see gardens and bush in harmony; house and garden in harmony
blogs, see websites
Blombery, Alec
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.17
Blood, Kate
   'The progress of garden thugs' [top 20 weedy Australian plants] 34.12
bluebell creeper, see Sollya heterophvlla (bluebell creeper)
bluebells, see Campanulaceae (bluebell family)
Bodkin, Frances
   'Now for the 40,000 year forecast' (Woodford) 42.18
   'Seasons of the year' [D'harawal Peoples] 44.13
bog plants, see wetlands
Boladeras, Lynne 31.17
   'Garden design for a village in a desert area' 27.6-27.9
   'A letter from the west' (Moir) 34.3
   mining camp garden 31.3, 31.18, 32.3
   'Mulch in an arid area garden' 30.4-30.5
   'Plants for an arid area' 32.14
Bolwarra 67.27-67.28
Bond, Ian
   'A garden of contrasts' 17.10-17.12
bonsai
   challenge to grow Australian tree in pot 39.18, 39.22
book reviews
   'Across the Top. Gardening with Australian Plants in the Tropics', complied by Keith Townsend, reviewed by Noel Lothian 46.20
   'All about Australian bush gardens' by Hunt, reviewed by Colleen Keena 18.12
   'Australian Garden design: in search of an Australian garden style' by Andrew Pfeiffer, reviewed by Shirley Fisher 16.12
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' by Diana Snape and GDSG, reviewed by Cavanagh 41.11
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' by Diana Snape and GDSG, reviewed by Houseman 40.10-40.11
   'The Australian Native Garden: A Practical Guide' by Stewart 93.6-93.7
   'Australian Planting Design' [new edition] by Paul Thompson, from APS St George NSW 78.12
   'Australian Planting Design' by Paul Thompson, reviewed by Chris Larkin 41.12-41.13
   'Australian plants for gardens in the sun' by Rodger Elliot, reviewed by Gunter 64.13
   'Australian Plants for Mediterranean climate Gardens', by Rodger Elliot, reviewed by Tony Cavanagh 46.20
   'Australian plants for small gardens and containers' by Gwen Elliot, reviewed by Diana Snape 10.11
   'Australian tropical plants volume 1, version 2' on CD-ROM, reviewed by Colleen Keena 15.12
   'Backyard: nature and culture in suburban Australia' by Head and Muir, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 63.15
   'Beautiful gardens with less water' by John Patrick, reviewed by Anne Pye 10.11
   'Birdscaping Australian Gardens' by George Adams, reviewed by Ros Walcott 77.14-77.15
   ''The Book of Garden Design' by John Brookes, reviewed by Shirley Pipitone 21.9, 22.9-22.11
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   'The bush garden' by Esther Wettenhall, reviewed by Jane Calder 13.10-13.11
   'Bush garden handbook' by AGW Simpson, reviewed by Dorothy Parris 5.5
   'Bush Seasons an affectionate study of a tiny bushland' by Joan Semmens, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 42.19
   'Colour garden', by Malcolm Hillier, reviewed by Colleen Keena 14.9
   'The complete gardener' by John Brookes, Ken Fin, reviewed by Colleen Keena 14.9
   'Cottage gardening with Australian wildflowers' by Nola and Brian Parry, reviewed by Diana Snape 10.11
   'Creating a Native Garden for Birds' by Frances Hutchison, reviewed by Doug McIver 22.11
   'Creating an Australian garden' by John M. Hunt, reviewed by Helen Morrow 4.6
   'Creating an Australian rainforest garden' by Ralph Bailey & Julie Lake, reviewed by Neil Marriott 7.6-7.7
   'Design with Landscape' by Bruce Mackenzie, reviewed by John McInerney 77.15
   Designing Australian bush gardens by Betty Maloney and Jean Walker, reviewed by Linda Floyd 1.5
   'The dry garden' by Beth Cato, reviewed by Diana Snape 20.14-20.15
   'The education of a gardener' by Russell Page, comments by Diana Snape 20.14
   'The education of a gardener' by Russell Page, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 17.14-17.15
   'Exceptional Australian garden makers' by Anne Vale, reviewed by Ros Walcott 85.5-85.7
   'The flower chain - the early discovery of Australian plants' 63.14
   'Forest Bountiful: settlers' use of Australian plants' by Watsford 72.16
   Garden Design by Sylvia Crowe (3rd ed.), reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 32.11-32.12
   'Garden design for small spaces' by Anne Houghton Heyning, reviewed by Ian Percy 15.9-15.10
   'Garden voices: Australian designers - their stories' by Anne Latreille, reviewed by Diana Snape 85.5-85.6, 86.8-86.10
   'Gardeners: Encounters with Exceptional People' by Diana Ross 76.17-76.18
   'The gardener's guide to South African plants' by Pitta Joffe (extract from) 5.5
   'Gardening Companion: the principles and practice of the gardener's art' by Hugh Johnson, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 24.12
   'Gardening on the wild side: the new Australian bush garden' by Angus Stewart, reviewed by Jacci Campbell 13.10
   'Gardens for living' by Helen Lochhead, reviewed by Spencer Wilson 3.9-3.10
   'Gardens of a Golden Afternoon' by Jane Brown, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 20.14
   'Gardens of the National Trust' by Graham Stuart Thomas, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 28.15-28.16
   'Good gardens with less water' by Kevin Handreck, review by Diana Snape 62.15
   'Gordon Ford: The Natural Australian Garden' by Gordon Ford with Gwen Ford, reviewed by Diana Snape 28.15
   'Great planting' by Lucy Gent, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 14.10-14.11
   'Grow native' by Bill Molyneux, reviewed by Joan Barrett 2.7
   'Grow what small plant' by Australian Plant Study Group 10.11
   'Grow What Where' computer program' (Courtenay) 8.17-8.18
   'Growing Australian Plants in Subtropical Gardens' by SGAP, Pine Rivers Branch 75.22-75.23
   'The handbook of Australian flowers for the garden and home' by Denise Greig, reported by Joan Barren 10.11
   'Heartland: The Regeneration of Rural Place' by George Main, reviewed by Bob Birrell 53.17
   'The Impressionist Garden' by Derek Fell, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 21.10
   'In sunshine and shade -- change in the garden' by John Stowar, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 2.7
   'L'ami des jardins et de la maison' magazine, by Geoff Simmons 15.11
   'Landprints: reflections on place and landscape' by George Seddon, reviewed by Diana Snape 19.11
   'Landscape graphics' by Grant W Reid, reviewed by Cherree Densley 11.12
   'Landscaping with Australian plants' by Glen Wilson, reviewed by Diana Snape 1.5-1.6
   'Landscaping your garden' by Rosa Niran, reviewed by Jeff Howes 11.12
   'The Looking-Glass Garden: plants and gardens of the Southern Hemisphere' by Peter Thompson, reviewed by Diana Snape 36.13
   More about bush gardens by Betty Maloney and Jean Walker, reviewed by Linda Floyd 1.5
   'Napoleon, the Empress & the Artist' by Jill Duchess of Hamilton 45.17
   'Native Australian Plants: horticulture and uses' edited by Dr Krystyne Johnson & Dr Margaret Burchett, reviewed by Diana Snape 18.12
   'Native grasses for Australian gardens' by Parry & Jones, reviewed by Tony Cavanagh 66.22-66.23
   'The natural garden' by Ken Druse, reviewed by Ralph Neale 16.12
   'The natural habitat garden' by Ken Druse with Margaret Roach, reviewed by Ralph Neale 16.12-16.13
   'New conversations with an Old Landscape' by Catherin Bull 42.19
   'A New Image for Australian Plants' by George Lullfitz, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 41.13-41.14
   'The New Native Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' by Paul Urquhart, reviewed by Diana Snape 28.14-28.15
   'The New Native Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' by Paul Urquhart, reviewed by Jennifer Borrell 30.15
   'The Old Country: Australian Landscapes, Plants and People' by George Seddon, reviewed by Diana Snape 54.17-54.19
   'The outdoor room' by David Stevens, reviewed by Tony Heawood 10.11-10.12
   'The Oxford Companion to Australian Gardens', reviewed by Paul Fox 42.19
   'Paradise by Design: native plants and the new American landscape' by Kathryn Phillips, reviewed by Diana Snape 39.12
   'A pattern language' by Christopher Alexander, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 15.10
   'Recording Gardens -- A Guide to Measuring and Recording Gardens' by Richard Ratcliffe, reviewed by Doug McIver 22.11, 23.14-23.15
   'Second Nature' by Michael Pollan, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 22.11-22.12
   'The secret gardens of France' by Mirabel Osier, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 14.11-14.12
   'The secret gardens of France' by Mirabel Osier, reviewed by Geoff Simmons 15.11
   'The Self-sustaining Garden' by Peter Thompson, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 24.12-24.13
   'A Shrub in the Landscape of Fame' by Victor Crittenden, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 47.14
   'Studies in Australian Garden History', edited by Max Bourke and Colleen Morris 45.17
   'The Garden in the Clouds' by Woodward, review by Walcott 75.21-75.22
   'The New Ornamental Garden' by Simon Rickard , reviewed by Rosalind Walcott 74.11-74.12
   'The Urban Woodland' by Suzanne J Price, reviewed by Borrell 26.10
   'Water and wetland plants for southern Australia' by Nick Romanowski, reviewed by Bruce Muir 9.11, 36.12
   'Water in your garden' by Paul Thompson, reviewed by Mark Fountain 9.11-9.12
   'Your garden design book' by John Brookes, reviewed by Matthew Collins 14.9
booklet on garden design, see publications by GDSG
books noted, see also publications by GDSG 1.3-1.4, 6.6, 8.3, 19.12, 57.19, 61.17-61.18
   'A Garden of My Own' by Louise Earwacker and Neill Robertson 49.3
   'Australian Rainforest Plants for your Garden' by Darren Marsfield (Howes) 35.16
   'Australian succulent plants' by Attila Kapitany 63.14
   booklets for members 10.11
   'Collect and Grow that Seed : Small Australian Plants' (Melbourne APS) 71.7-71.8, 72.5
   'Cottage garden style' (Fine Gardening) by John Simpson, comments by Barbara Buchanan 20.15
   'Cradle of incense' 63.4
   design principles from John Brookes's Garden Design book 22.5
   Doris Gunn's list of books for small gardens 6.6
   'The Dryandras' written by Dryandra Study Group (Tony Cavanagh and Margaret Pieroni) 56.20
   'Encyclopaedia Botanica' by Frances Bodkin 44.3
   'Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants suitable for cultivation' volume 8 41.10
   'Gardening Down-Under' by Kevin Handreck 18.16, 58.9-58.11
   'Gardens of inspiration' by Stephen Lacy 69.9
   'Gardens Private & Personal' by Garden Club of America 72.4
   GDSG library 6.6, 8.3
   'The grevillea book' by Marriott and Olde 10.9-10.11
   'Grow What Where' revised edition 57.20
   'Indigenous Plants of the Sandbelt: a Gardening Guide for South-eastern Melbourne' 41.13-41.14
   'The Ingenious Mr Fairchild: the forgotten father of the flower garden' (Simmons) 38.16
   'Landscaping with Australian plants' by Glen Wilson 15.20
   'Letters Lifted into Poetry' [Australian landscape] 57.20
   lists of 2.4, 3.9, 4.5, 7.7, 9.11, 10.11, 16.13, 17.14
   'Native Grasses for Australian Gardens' by Nola Parry and Jocelyn Jones, 2007 94.8
   'Native Plants for Curtis Region Gardens: Finding and Growing our Local Species' 57.20
   Paul Thomson's list of books for avant garde gardens 6.6
   'Planting an outback garden' booklet, by Lawrie Smith and Jan Sked 14.9
   Professor Richard Clough's library donated to Historic Houses Trust 50.4
   recommendations from Oxford College of Garden Design (Ros Walcott) 82.7
   recommended by Hambrett and Snape 36.14
   recommended by Tam Kendall 36.13
   referred to 11.5-11.6, 58.18, 60.17
   'The return of sacred architecture' by Bangs 61.16
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' [bibliography] (Hambrett) 48.12
   'Savanna Burning' 39.14
   'Sustainable gardening' by Cross & Spencer 67.3
   'The Oxford Companion to Australian Gardens' 41.10-41.11
   'Water matters: good gardens with less water' 59.6
Boongala Gardens
   visit to 55.20, 56.17-56.18
borage family, see Myosotis (borage family, forget-me-nots)
borders, see boundaries of gardens; edging; garden borders
Boronia spp.
   'Australian native plants for pots, courtyards and small gardens' (Roach) 96.7-96.8
   Boronia 'Purple Jared' 41.14
   'Go Smell the Natives' (Houseman) 76.13-76.14
   'A letter from the west' (Moir) 34.3
Borrell, Jennifer 11.3
   book reviews 26.10, 30.15
   'Fern garden' 26.9-26.10
   'Gardens in South America' 30.11-30.12
   'A mix of Australian and exotic' 13.10
   on lawn and nature strips (letter) 46.5
   planting disappointments (letter) 44.3
   'Plants for dry, shady areas' 11.18
   Sydney easy grow plants 19.17
   thank you to Diana Snape 42.3
   visit to Gorman garden 44.20-44.21
borrowed landscapes, see views
botanic gardens, see also Australian National Botanic Gardens; Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria); Karwarra Garden (Kalorama, Vic); Kin'; Mount Annan Botanic Garden; National Arboretum Canberra; Shepherds Bush Botanic Garden; Sydney Botanic Gardens
   Albury Botanic Gardens 6.2-6.3
   AM for services to botanic gardens to Lawrie Smith 48.17
   Arid Lands Botanic Garden (Port Augusta) 27.19
   Australian landscape as part of cultural heritage 73.4-73.5
   'The Botanic Gardens of Queensland' (Smith) 79.10-79.12
   Euroa Arboretum (Victoria) 13.18
   Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens 17.3-17.5
   Flecker Botanic Gardens (Cairns) 29.13
   Forest Gardens Cape York Botanical Walk (Cairns) 38.12
   funding ideas for 33.19
   future developments in 47.19
   George Pentland Botanic Gardens (Frankston, Victoria) 9.3, 57.22-57.23, 58.19-58.20
   Joseph Banks Native Garden (Kareela, Sydney) 4.7
   Kew Gardens 56.13
   Myall Park Botanic Garden 60.16
   National Botanic Gardens 9.16-9.17
   Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT (Walcott) 93.7-93.9
   Royal Botanic Gardens (Melbourne) 4.19, 17.6
   'The Gothenburg Botanical Garden' (Yarra) 88.11-88.13
   Top new tourist development in Australia in 2006 to Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne 58.18
   United States 22.9
   visit to WAMA site 88.21-88.23
   WAMA proposal for regional Victoria 86.2-86.6, 87.16, 88.1
   Wilson Botanic Park (Berwick, Vic) 8.3
bottle tree, see Brachychiton rupestris (bottle tree)
boundaries of gardens, see also built environment in gardens; edging; house and garden in harmony
   'Blending with the Bush' (Densley) 36.9
   'Change and redesign to capture garden peace - revisited' (Yarra) 72.9-72.10
   Change and redesign to recapture garden peace (Yarra) 7.14-7.15, 71.11-71.12
   fences as visual barriers for kangaroos 94.3
   'Garden boundaries' [fences] (Rowland) 21.12-21.13
   'The implications for garden design of medium-density inner-suburban living' (Beilin) 28.5-28.6
   'Integration of Australian plants in a large, formal garden' (Gore) 13.8, 14.7, 15.8
   interior and exterior spaces merged (Shepherd) 12.6
   Ku-ring-gai council on natives near bush areas (Little) 38.4
   'Report of meeting on Sunday March 3 2002' (Geoffrey & Ann Long's garden) 36.18-36.19
bouquets, see horticultural uses of Australian plants
Bowing, Linda
   scaevolas 34.4
Boyle, Robert
   Shaws Road Winery design 96.14
   'Water in the urban landscape' 17.7
Brachychiton rupestris (bottle tree) 63.14
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [Weird and Wonderful Garden] 92.11-92.12
Brachyscome spp. 4.13-4.14
   design a daisy 'lawn' 7.15, 8.19
   'Groundcovered' (Harris) 57.13
Bradley-Hole, Christopher
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.10, 52.12
Bramley, John 16.17
breeding, see cultivars
Brennan, Peter
   'GDSG weekend in Warrnambool -- an impression' 13.3
   'Plant and space: a lecture/talk/inspirational discourse/oration' reported by Cherree Densley 13.4-13.5
Brett, Elizabeth
   meeting reports 36.18, 37.14-37.15
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) 7.5
Brien, Emily
   work placement with Wangaratta Council 50.21
Bright, Fran
   move to Victoria (letter) 37.2
Brindley, Tony
   'Design and construction of water areas' 17.7
Brisbane, see Queensland gardens
Britain
   Australian War Memorial, Hyde Park Corner, London 45.4
   biomes at Eden Project (Yarra) 95.20-95.21
   'Gardens in Cornwall' (Yarra) 95.16-95.21
   'Gardens of a Golden Afternoon' book review [Jekyll/Lutyens partnership] 20.14
   'Historic English Houses and Gardens and the ASGAP Garden Design Study Group' (Hambrett) 60.4-60.6
   'Ideas from London' (Rose) 41.3-41.4
   JRHS -- An 'Australian garden' in England? (Buchanan) 35.12
   Linda Gowing on Kew Gardens 41.3
   'News from London -- gardening activities in allotments' (Rose) 38.3
   'Our UK experience with Aussie plants' (Hanson) 56.12-56.13
   'The Millennium Garden' Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, Fakenham, Norfolk, England' (Walcott) 88.16
   'Trip to UK, France and Spain' (Walcott) 87.2
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.4-12.6
   wallabies in Dorset (BBC blog) 76.1
Broadbent, James (Dr)
   gardening as cultural heritage 38.4
Brockhoff, Fiona
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.13-94.14, 94.18, 94.20
Brookes, John
   'Happy 80th birthday to John Brookes - influential garden and landscape designer' 85.14
Brooks, Olwyn and Ben
   meeting at house of 74.13
Browning, Kaiya
   meeting at ANBG with 74.14-74.15
Buchan, Ursula
   Sunday Telegraph article 6.17-6.18
Buchanan, Barbara 10.17, 15.10-15.11, 16.16
   'A Touch of Formality' (Growing Australian, v. 56(3)) 82.5-82.6
   'Aftercare' 13.15
   aims of GDSG 21.4, 52.22-52.23
   Albury/Wodonga garden visits 22.8
   as leader of NE Vic branch 42.1
   'As others see us' 17.13
   'Australian conifers' 20.10-20.11
   'Australian "cottage gardens"' 12.15
   'Australian Garden History Conference, Sydney. Oct. 04' (Hambrett) 48.14
   book reviews 2.7, 14.10-14.12, 20.14, 21.10, 24.12-24.13, 28.15-28.16, 32.11-32.12, 41.13-41.14
   books proposed by (letter) 71.7-71.9
   'Collectors v. designers' 44.8-44.10
   'Colour -- what's in a name?' 4.19
   'Coppice gardening -- adopting an old forestry practice' 9.15
   daisies: the first step 4.12
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' 16.10-16.11
   'A discussion on the bush garden' 69.8-69.10
   'Focal points' 67.17-67.19
   'Foliage and photography' 47.10-47.11
   'Formal plants or plants to use in formal situations' 12.9
   'Garden ideals' 28.4-28.5
   GDSG project using dwarf lillipillies proposed 9.17
   'Growing Australian' booklet (Vic branch) 70.22
   'How close to plant?' 36.15
   'In - Decision' 63.10-63.11
   'In - Decision', responses to 64.7, 64.11
   'Inorganic mulches' 60.17
   'Jacci Campbell's young garden, NE Vic meeting' 40.7-40.8
   JRHS -- An 'Australian garden' in England? 35.12
   'Kuring-gai Cottage and Jill Rossiter' 10.13-10.14
   'Lessons from a Mediterranean garden' 4.8
   letters from 28.2-28.3, 29.3, 52.3, 60.3-60.4, 65.5-65.6, 70.4
   'Limits to garden design & photography' 18.11-18.12
   low hedges 9.17
   'Making a good impression' 67.19-67.21
   'Margaret Garrett's new garden -- using the criteria of the three Rs' 23.9-23.10
   meeting reports 74.13
   meeting reports by 2.5, 21.18, 22.5-22.6, 31.20, 32.19, 34.19, 35.20-35.21, 36.17, 36.18, 37.13-37.14, 39.18-39.19, 40.15-40.16, 61.18-61.19, 66.24-66.25
   'Modern gardens' 68.10-68.11
   'Modern/formal gardens' (Buchanan) 70.8-70.9
   'Mulch and fire' 58.11-58.12
   NE Victoria group planning 73.15-73.16
   'No all-Australian gardens in a wildflower paradise?' 7.11-7.12
   on Editorial Committee 33.1
   'On lawns, colour and soft landscaping' 5.14-5.15
   on surreal gardens 23.12
   'One deciduous Australian tree' 9.14
   'Open space, grass and the larger garden' 2.8-2.9
   'Paul & Barbara Kennedy's garden' 26.8
   plans for an Australian garden design book 27.4-27.5
   'Planting in communities' 6.14
   'Plants as form' (seminar report) 19.5-19.6
   'Plants in design (from NE Vic meeting)' 29.17
   ponds 9.9
   'Postcard from a Vic country visit' (Larkin) 51.10-51.11
   propagating indigenous plants 12.3
   'Provenances' 11.11-11.12
   role in helping APS members 49.12
   Royal Horticultural Society Journal 34.10
   'Survival of Microlaena stipoides (weeping grass)' 11.11
   'Topiary from Australian plants?' (from Australian Horticulture) 17.15
   'Utility and beauty in design' 60.6, 60.8
   'Utility and beauty in design', comments on 61.6-61.7
   'The value of white' 3.10
   visit to Caniambo garden 27.20-27.21
   visit to garden of 7.4-7.5, 49.11, 54.22, 58.23-58.24, 59.18, 62.21-62.22
   weeds in lawn replacements 13.15
Buchanan, Barbara (NSW landscape architect)
   'Modernism, the Sydney School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture and the bush garden: a conversation with Barbara Buchanan, from Bio-Design' 67.21-67.22
bugs, see pests
built environment in gardens, see also boundaries of gardens; hard landscaping; house and garden in harmony; urban environments
   '230 Years since Sir Joseph Banks -- A review of the Built Landscape of Australia' (Smith) 41.4-41.6, 42.4-42.5
   'An extraordinary glasshouse' 91.12
   building colour and plant colour (Snape) 13.13-13.14
   'Burnley's new gates' 91.18
   'Drainage and pH' (Barrie) 40.14
   'Drain-cloggers' (Barrett) 29.5
   Elliston Estate 56.9-56.11, 57.14-57.15
   Ferndale, Barry White's garden (Melbourne, Victoria) 5.6
   'Greening Grey Britain' 90.14
   plants that damage buildings (Rose and Snape) 28.3-28.4
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) [courtyard] 92.13-92.14
   transition zones between rural and residential zoning (Larkin) 50.11
   'Tree roots' (James) 29.6
   'Trees vs foundations' (Nielsen) 29.5
   'Trees vs sewers -- a problem of co-existence' 29.7
   'Trees which may damage structures' (Lee) 29.6-29.7
   visit to Turners' garden [planting under clothes' line] 50.19
bulb-like species
   'Australian bulb-like species' (Simmons) 13.9
Bull, Catherin
   book reviews 42.19
bunya pines
   grown indoors in pots 30.20-30.21
Burgess, Gregory
   on design and modernism 47.13
Burgess, John
   'Design in gardens' (seminar talk) 19.5
   'Visual elements in design' (seminar talk) 19.4
Burke, Jane & Peter
   '"Offshore" -- an indigenous coastal garden' (Webb) 33.15
   'A garden beside the sea' (The Age) 24.11
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
Burke's Backyard
   'A Cave in the Australian Bush' [Deidre Morton's house] 45.5-45.6
   Diana and Brian Snape's garden and GDSG book on 40.1
   Ian and Tamara Cox's garden on 32.7
Burley Griffin, Walter
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.7
Burness, Jill
   'RBG Cranbourne - A Vision Shared' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.4-81.5
burning, see fire
Burnley College, University of Melbourne
   'Burnley Living Roofs' (Catherine Stewart) 86.7
   'Burnley's new gates' 91.18
Burns, Mark
   design ideas -- for fun -- primary school 13.6-13.7
   'Designing for Wally (a resident wombat)' 11.11
   'A formal garden using indigenous flora' 15.4-15.5
Bursaria spinosa
   hedge of 60.22
   'Regarding: Bursaria spinosa' (Rennick) 33.3
Burston, Mike
   description of garden of 46.23
bush and garden in harmony, see boundaries of gardens; indigenous gardens
bush foods, see food from gardens
bush gardens, see naturalistic gardens (bush gardens)
bushfires, see also fire
   backburning 18.18
   'Devastation from NSW 10/50 clearing laws' (Stewart) 90.15-90.18
   Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens planning for 67.10-67.11
   garden design after, presentation on 74.18
   history of at WAMA site 88.22
   letters about 68.3, 68.5
   'A marriage of aesthetics and ecology' (Rowland) 62.13
   'Plants surviving extreme weather conditions' (Snape) 66.17-66.18
   post-bushfire rebuilding (Jane Canaway) 71.6
   regrowth after Black Saturday 73.15
   visit to Lewin garden, fire shelter 88.24
   visit to Lewin garden, hard surfaces 89.21
bushrocks, see rocks in garden design
Butchart gardens in British Columbia, Canada
   'What makes an Australian Garden?' (Howes) 47.5, 76.10-76.11
   'What makes an Australian Garden?' (Howes), response to 47.6
Butterfield, Martin and Frances
   Canberra GDSG Visit to Carwoola 86.21-86.24
butterflies, see lomandras; wildlife in the garden
buzz words, see language
Byrne, Josh
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 (Snape) 68.7
Cabot, Frank
   'The Great Perfection' by 73.7
Calder, Jane
   book reviews 13.10-13.11
   garden design projects 13.3-13.4, 22.2, 26.4
Caldwell, Sarah
   'Melaleuca tamariscina' 51.14
callistemons
   'Pruning options with callistemons and melaleucas' (Snape) 4.14
   'Street planting of callistemons' (Pye) 9.16
   street plantings 8.19
Callitris (cypress pine) 20.10-20.11
   arboretum at Mount Annan Botanic Garden 18.4
   'Regarding conifers' (Simmons) 21.14
Calocephalus (Leucophyta) brownii
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.12-95.13
   death of 19.3
   'Gardens in Cornwall' (Yarra) 95.18-95.19
   'In praise of cushion bush' (Baghurst) 58.9
   'In praise of cushion bush' (Baghurst), response to 59.5
Cam, Shirley
   'Shirley Cam's garden -- a personal view' (Barrett) 23.10-23.11
   visit to garden of (Larkin) 45.18-45.19
Campanulaceae (bluebell family)
   'Ringing the Bluebells' (Watson) 51.15
Campbell, Jacci & Robert
   book reviews 13.10
   booklet 'Planning a drought tolerant garden' 43.26
   slide library 14.8
   update on garden of 29.18-29.19
   visit to garden of 27.20-27.21, 37.13, 40.7-40.8, 40.15-40.16
Campbell, Lindsay
   'Design philosophy behind "The Sorn" 18.6-18.7
   garden featured in 'The Garden (RHS, England) 27.2
Canada, see also American gardens
   Butchart gardens in British Columbia (Howes) 47.5
   Butchart gardens in British Columbia (Howes), response to 47.6
   'IFLA World Congress 2003 Alberta announcement' 41.8-41.9
Canberra Branch, see ACT Branch
Canberra Nature Map (CNM) database
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) [courtyard] 92.15
Canberra Times
   article on Walcott garden for (Parsons) 88.2-88.4
Candy, Faye and Bruce
   visit to garden of 50.23-50.24, 51.19
Caniambo garden, see Campbell, Jacci & Robert
Canning, Torquill
   'A Small Landscape with Great Meaning -- The Port Arthur Memorial' 42.9
canopy removal, see coppicing
Capello, Gian Carlo
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden' 47.7-47.8
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden', questions about 48.14-48.15
Carex gaudichaudiana
   border plants 14.13
Carlo, Gian, see Capello, Gian Carlo
Carn, Shirley
   'Shirley Carn's garden' (Snape) 84.17-84.20
   visit to garden of (Snape) 96.17-96.19
carnivorous plants, see insectivorous (carnivorous) plants
Carrick Hill historic house and garden
   Australian Museum of Gardening 91.8-91.9
Cartwright, Noel & Sharon
   'Alumuna' (Cootamundra weekend) 53.11, 53.22
Carwoola
   Canberra GDSG Visit to Carwoola 86.21-86.24
Casuarina reserve (Frankston, Victoria) 5.7-5.8, 84.25
Casuarina spp.
   C. verticilliata (a food tree for Glossy Black Cockatoos) 90.27
   letter about 50.3
   teamed with conifers (Simmons) 21.14-21.15
   'A "whispering grove" of Casuarina cunninghamiana' (Woodroffe) 5.9
categories of plants, see plant selection
cat's whiskers, see Orthosiphon aristatus (cat's whiskers)
Caulfield Garden Show (Melbourne)
   October 26 to 29 1996 (review of) 11.19
Cavanagh, Tony
   book reviews 41.11, 46.20
   'Dryandras in garden design' 9.4-9.5
   'Garden design and the collector' (Larkin) 43.8
   'Tony Cavanagh's garden at Ocean Grove' (Webb) 28.10-28.11
   'Views of the Australian landscape -- 1. Introduction and the Dutch explorers' 4.15-4.16
   'Views of the Australian landscape -- 2. The English explorers' 5.15-5.16
   'Views of the Australian landscape -- 3. The first settlers' 6.18-6.19
Caves Beach Garden
   Newcastle garden visits 69.17-69.18, 73.17-73.18
CD-ROMs, see book reviews; software
Central Australian gardens, see Northern Territory gardens
Central Coast weekend
   report on 50.16-50.20
Ceratopetalum gummiferum (NSW Christmas bush)
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' (Arthur) 88.27-88.28
Chamelaucium (Geraldton wax)
   'Starflowers. Pearlflowers and Gemflowers' [Chamelaucium hybrids] 40.11
Chandler, David & Jenny
   Open Garden Scheme 38.12, 50.13-50.14
   visit to garden of (Pymble) 52.6
change in gardens, see existing gardens; garden development; planning; rehabilitation (changing an old garden)
Charles Sturt University, Albury, Environmental Studies campus
   grasses research 45.20
Chelsea Flower Show (UK)
   Australian garden as best in show (Hanson) 83.1-83.2
   Australian garden gold medal winner in 75.5, 76.4
   Australian gardens in 6.17-6.18
   bird habitat gardens 39.4
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   letters about 62.6
   relevance to Australia 3.11
   'Silver at Chelsea' (Landscape Australia) 48.18
Cherrey, June
   visit to garden of 94.20-94.22
children, see also school gardens
   'Garden ideals' (Buchanan) 28.4-28.5
   gardens that appeal to (letter) (Datsun) 58.3
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' (Arthur) 88.28
   Wirraminna learnscape at Burrumbuttock NSW 32.19
China
   quotes from 'The eternal garden' 4.5
Chinese gardens
   Landscape Conference, Melbourne 2002 (Valder) 40.5
   'Visiting the Chinese Garden, Sydney' (Snape) 51.6-51.7
choosing plants, see plant selection
Chorilaena quercifolia
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.22
Christmas bush, NSW, see Ceratopetalum gummiferum (NSW Christmas bush)
church gardens
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) (Bond) 17.10-17.12
circular gardens
   'A circular garden' [based on mandalas] 24.16
Cissus spp.
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.11
city gardens, see suburban gardens; urban environments
Clabburn, Sue
   'The Mallee, Mildura and Mungo' 46.17-46.18
Clarke, Dianne
   tour of Cranbourne Botanic Gardens 50.23
Clarke, Geoff 14.13
Clarke, Ian
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.8
classification of garden types
   see also specific garden styles, eg formal gardens
   'Australian garden design' (Swain) 30.6-30.7
   'An Australian wildflower garden?' (Snape) 10.5-10.6
   'The "Bush Garden" and other styles' (Snape) 36.8-36.9
   clarification of original scheme (Snape) 9.12
   'Classification of garden types -- native gardens' by Zouliou, Thomson and Snape 2.2-2.4
   'Classify and/or describe?' (Simmons) 5.15, 9.12
   'A comment on the GDSG classification scheme' (Seddon) 6.5
   'Garden ideals' (Buchanan) 28.4-28.5
   Ian Percy's garden classification 10.16
   in Landscape Australia 17.1
   letters about 28.2-28.3, 29.3
   'Natural, formal and the world in between' (Snape) 67.8-67.9
   'The natural -- formal spectrum' (Snape) 12.12
   'Simple classification of garden styles' (Howes) 24.4
   triple A ratings 5.13, 9.13
   types of naturalistic gardens 26.13
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.4-12.7
   'The "walkabout" garden' (Simmons) 19.10
   'The Wallum garden' (Simmons) 17.8
clay soils
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' 96.10-96.13
   Farley garden (letter) 55.4
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria' 32.8-32.10
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
   'Growing Australian plants for 25 years on clay soils' (Howes) 39.9-39.10
   'Growing Native Plants for 30 years on Clay Soils' (Howes) 51.12-51.13
   Hall garden 96.3-96.4
   letters about 55.4
   loam over clay (Sydney) 4.10-4.11
   Melbourne 4.11-4.12
   'Paul & Barbara Kennedy's garden' (Buchanan) 26.8
   'Plants for a dry shaded garden with clay soil' (Yarra) 55.9-55.10
   suggestions for 4.10-4.11, 5.8, 6.8
   ''Top 10' plants (via 'Gumnuts')' [Sydney gardens] (Howes) 31.15
Clematis spp.
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray) 52.19-52.20
   'Old Man's Beard' 49.16
   planting disappointments (letter) 44.3
   'Winter sun, summer shade with clematis' (Hall) 18.16
clients, see gardeners
climate change, see also hot weather
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.9-95.12-4
   'Australian plants for gardens in the sun' book review 64.13
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' (Snape and GDSG) 36.7
   'Californian drought worsens' (Garden Drum) 89.14-89.15
   'Can south-east Australia expect drought soon?' (Layt) 88.5-88.6
   carbon credits (letter) 61.3
   death of Australian plants during drought (Perkins) 70.14
   'Despair and desire - a short diary' 66.19-66.22
   'Dire predictions for Melbourne's trees' 90.13
   editorial on 34.1, 56.1
   'Green roofs and walls November issue' (Snape) 61.7
   'The greenhouse effect, climate change and Myall Park Botanic Garden' (Reilly) 60.16
   meeting reports 66.25
   'More than garden etiquette' [water tanks] (Larkin) 51.4-51.5, 52.10
   'Now for the 40,000 year forecast' (Woodford) 42.18
   'Planning ahead for temperature increase' (Simmons) 22.4-22.5
   plant selection and 74.17
   'Plants surviving extreme weather conditions' (Snape) 66.17-66.18
   'Save those trees' (Snape) 60.8
   'Tree Management for Carbon, Energy and Drought Efficiency' (Moore) 61.7-61.10
   'Violets on the move' (Snape) 75.17-75.18
climbers, see creepers and climbers
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.9-91.12
clipped hedges, see hedges
clipping, see pruning
clocks, see floral clocks
closeness of planting, see spacing of plants
Closs, Jeanette
   'Try growing dodonaeas in the garden' 15.9
Cloudy Hill, Blayney
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Autumn 2015' (Johnson) 91.1-91.4
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' (Johnson) 80.5-80.11
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' (Johnson) 93.3-93.5
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - What's Happening in Summer 2015?' (Johnson) 90.3-90.5
   meeting reports 62.16
   visit to 85.14-85.15
Clough, Richard (Prof)
   interview with (Hambrett) 50.4-50.6
coastal gardens, see also inland gardens; sand-dune gardens
   'A coastal garden -- 2 1/2 years on' (Morris) 35.8-35.9
   'Daisies in a Victorian coastal garden' (Snape) 4.14
   'A garden beside the sea' (Burke, in The Age) 24.11
   'An indigenous, coastal garden' (Snape) 4.6-4.7
   'Keeping sandflies and biting midges at bay' (Reilly) 17.3
   letter from Morris 22.2-22.3
   letter from Morris, responses to 23.3
   Melaleuca Splits at Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 85.20
   'Offshore -- an indigenous coastal garden' (Webb, on Jane Burke's garden) 33.15
   plant suggestions for (letter) (McCarthy) 53.10
   'A salt lashed garden' (Blake) 23.7-23.9
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' [WA] 39.6, 39.7-39.9
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
Coburn, John
   'Sun Music' (artwork) 47.6
Coffey, Mark
   'Management and manipulation of planted indigenous plants' 12.16
Cohen, Helen
   'Ros and Ben Walcott's garden, Red Hill ACT' (Pipitone) 57.16-57.18
   Walcott garden meadow design 89.2
cold areas, see also frost 87.19
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Autumn 2015' (Johnson) [snow at] 91.1-91.4
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' (Johnson) 80.7
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' (Johnson) 93.3-93.5
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - What's Happening in Summer 2015?' (Johnson) 90.3-90.5
   letter about mulch in cold climates (Ho He) 31.3
   'Our UK experience with Aussie plants' (Hanson) 56.12-56.13
   vines for (Walcott) 87.11
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.22-93.26
'Collect and Grow that Seed : Small Australian Plants'
   Melbourne APS publication 71.7-71.8, 72.5
collectors' gardens
   'The collector and the designer' (Hambrett) 44.10-44.11
   'Collectors v. designers' (Buchanan) 44.8-44.10
   designer/collector debate 10.3
   'Garden design and the collector' (Larkin) 43.8-43.9
   'Gardeners: Encounters with Exceptional People' by Diana Ross 76.18
   naturalistic gardens 26.13
   'Noake's Garden, near Nowra, NSW' (Walcott) 96.20-96.23
   'Paul & Barbara Kennedy's garden' (Buchanan) 26.8
   'plantsmen' vs 'gardeners' 73.12, 74.18
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden [correas] 91.21
   single genus collector's gardens (Marriott) 31.5
   variety for wildlife (Dench) 46.4
   visit to Cox garden (Gunter) 44.18
   'Visit to Shirley Carn's garden' (Snape) 96.17-96.19
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' 92.17-92.18
Collins, Matthew
   book reviews 14.9
colonial landscapes, see Australian landscape
colour in the garden, see also flowering plants; plant combinations
   'A Composition in Green and White' (Gunter) 85.8-85.9
   'A Cottage Garden Theme - or a few words on colours' (Howes) 76.12-76.13
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' [removing exotics] 96.11
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.9-95.12-4
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.23
   blue, in Canberra 65.15
   blue and yellow 44.15
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' (Johnson) 93.4
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - What's Happening in Summer 2015?' (Johnson) 90.3-90.5
   'Colour -- a matter of proportion' (Snape) 3.10
   'Colour -- what's in a name?' (Buchanan) 4.19
   'Colour combinations' (Densley) 17.18
   'Colour garden', by Malcolm Hillier, reviewed by Colleen Keena 14.9
   'A comment on colour' (Rowland) 3.10
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.2-92.6
   corner area of garden of Yarra's garden [white flowers] 85.10
   'Describing (small) trees' (size and form) (Snape) 8.11
   design ideas -- for fun -- a gaudy small park 11.15
   'Extending the view' (Densley), response to 30.18
   'Flurry of white plants' -- hardy (Hall) 22.15
   'Garden design using Australian plants -- a sense of unity' (Rowland) 11.13-11.14
   'A gentle colour scheme' (Pipitone) 15.3
   'Grey and silver plants in the Australian garden' (Gunn) 13.12-13.13
   grey foliage (Buchanan) 47.11
   grey foliage (Hambrett) 50.8
   'Hibbertias -- "You light up my life"' (Simpson) 21.16-21.17
   'The Impressionist Garden' book review 21.10
   'In my garden' [on solid colour] (article from 'Country Life') 15.11
   'Low shrubs with white flowers for around a birdbath' (Houseman) 17.3
   'More thoughts about colour in the garden' (Buchanan) 3.10
   Morrows' garden 36.18
   'My unintentional white corner and other thoughts' (Densley) 23.17
   'On lawns, colour and soft landscaping' (Buchanan) 5.14-5.15
   'Planning ahead for temperature increase' (Simmons) 22.4-22.5
   'Planning for all-year colour' (Snape) 13.13-13.14
   'Plant and colour combinations: red/grey combinations' (Densley) 10.18
   'A pleasing blend of flower colours in May' (Hall) 10.18-10.19
   review of article on 1.6
   'Suggestions for planting Gloria Thomlinson's garden' 22.14-22.16, 22.17
   'Summer, not autumn foliage colours', noted by Geoff Simmons 17.18
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' (van de Merwe) 95.9-95.11
   'The value of white' (Buchanan) 3.10
   white-flowered, low shrubs 18.3
   'White/yellow/cream/green combinations at "Denbly", Killarney' 11.16
   'Winter colour' (Larkin) 27.16-27.17
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Watson) 10.8
combinations of plants, see plant combinations
commercialisation, see horticultural uses of Australian plants
common and scientific names, see language
community action
   'Easy to Propagate' (Snape) 74.9-74.10
   funding from royalties suggested for 57.3-57.4
   post-bushfire rebuilding (Jane Canaway) 71.6
   private bushcare groups 44.3-44.4
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' (van de Merwe) 95.9-95.11
competitions, see garden competitions; photo competition
compost
   'The Answer Lies In The Soil' (Yarra) 84.7-84.8
computer software, see software
conference reports, see also Landscape Australia; seminars
   ANPSA Canberra 2015 conference 93.1
   ANPSA Conference in Adelaide 76.18-76.19
   ASGAP Newcastle Conference 2007 60.8
   ASGAP Newcastle Conference -- GDSG meeting at 60.18
   ASGAP Perth Conference, Oct 2004 (Larkin) 53.9
   ASGAP/ANPSA 25th Biennial Conference, Geelong 2009 68.20-68.21
   'Australian Garden History Conference, Sydney. Oct. 04' (Hambrett) 48.13-48.14
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.8-52.10, 52.12-52.13
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 (Snape) 68.7-68.8
   'Australian plants in the rural and urban environment' 14.18, 17.7-17.8
   'Eremophilas' (Snape) 65.18-65.19
   'Gardens for tomorrow: the Landscape Australia garden design conference' 5.9-5.12, 6.8-6.9
   'IFLA World Congress 2003 Alberta announcement' 41.8-41.9
   launch of book by Flannery at Landscape Conference, Melbourne 40.5-40.6
   'The natural garden: Landscape Australia conference' 16.3
   'Planting 21st Century Landscapes' -- Design issues' [UK] 27.15-27.16
   'Some ideas from the ASGAP Conference in Tasmania' (Snape) 46.15-46.17
   'Some thoughts from George Seddon's opening lecture at the 1996 Landscape Australia,, by Diana Snape 17.12
conifers
   'Australian conifers' (Buchanan) 20.10-20.11
   'Experiences with conifers' (Verbeeten) 22.15
   list of Australian 19.3
   question on 'Plants that harmonise with conifers' 6.7, 7.9
   'Regarding conifers' (Simmons) 21.14-21.15
Conostylis spp.
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.13-95.14
constraints, see existing gardens; garden design
container gardens/pot plants
   Australian Horticulture and Melbourne Weekly Magazine 34.15-34.16
   'Australian native plants for pots, courtyards and small gardens' (Roach) 96.6-96.9
   'Australian plants for small gardens and containers' book review 10.11
   'Australian succulent plants in cultivation' (Kapitany) 63.14
   'Banksias in Pots and in the Garden' (Walcott) 94.9-94.12
   bunya pines 30.20-30.21
   challenge to grow Australian tree in pot 39.18, 39.22, 40.3, 40.16
   'Containers in garden design' (Snape) 23.6-23.7
   difficult to grow plants 23.6-23.7
   'Displaying Australian plants' (Simmons) 21.13
   'Gardening in Small Places: Garden Pots' (Scales) 85.9-85.10
   'Going Potty - Growing plants in containers' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.6
   'Golden Rules for Container Plants' (Central Coast N.L.) 42.16
   'Growing Native Plants in Pots' (Walcott) 75.18-75.20
   hibiscuses and 8.15, 8.16
   Olympic Games indoor and outdoor displays 23.5
   pot plants (Simmons) 18.14, 18.16
   'Rainforest tub shrubs' [NSW] (McGregor) 25.9
   'Suggestions for a narrow courtyard garden' (Webb) 35.10-35.11
   trees in containers 41.15-41.16
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.12-75.13
Cook, Joy
   'The garden of Joy' 68.11-68.16
   letters from 65.5, 67.3-67.4
Cook, Michael
   design of Cruithof's garden 47.16
   photos of Barfields' garden 87.16-87.17
   visit to garden of Michelle Gallant and David Rose 86.19-86.20
cool climates, see cold areas
Cootamundra weekend
   planning for 50.20
   reports on 53.8, 53.10-53.12, 53.18-53.19
coppicing, see also hedges
   'Coppice gardening -- adopting an old forestry practice' (Buchanan) 9.15
   'Coppicing' (Snape) 20.17
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' (Snape) 60.11-60.12, 60.22
   'Training plants, including coppicing and pruning' (Looker) 8.7-8.8
   'What is a small tree?' [trimming to taste] (Webb) 26.15
cordylines
   'Leafy sticks -- cordylines and such--like' (Simmons) 29.16-29.17
   'Leafy sticks -- cordylines and such--like' (Simmons), response to 30.20
   range of (Simmons and Snape) 29.2-29.3
corms, see bulb-like species
Cornford, Col
   melaleucas & leptospermums for SE Queensland 3.5-3.7
Cornish, Ros
   visit to garden of 80.13-80.15
Cornwall, see Britain
corporate gardens, see Glaxo gardens
Correa spp.
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] (Snape) 56.14
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra), letter about 91.6, 91.8
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.21
   successes and failures with (letter) 96.2
   'Two Cheers for the Correas' (Walcott) 95.5-95.8
   'The use of correas in garden design' (Hitchcock) 37.9-37.11
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.12
correspondence, see members' letters
Corroboree Tree Lagoon, Albert Park Reserve 15.21
'Corymbia'
   'Ros Andrew's garden, "Corymbia"' (Hambrett) 55.16-55.17
corymbias, see eucalypts and corymbias
cottage gardens
   'A Cottage Garden Theme - or a few words on colours' (Howes) 76.12-76.13
   'Australian "cottage gardens"' (Buchanan) 12.15
   'A blue/mauve/white 'cottagy' effect' 33.15
   'Cottage garden design with Australian flowers in South-East Qld' (Keena) 10.6-10.7
   'Cottage garden effect' (Adelaide) (Pye) 7.8
   'Cottage garden style' (Fine Gardening) by John Simpson, comments by Barbara Buchanan 20.15
   'Cottage gardening with Australian wildflowers' (book review) 10.11
   'Design for a 'cottage garden' border' (Pye) 10.6
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria' 32.10
   'A new garden' (Larkin) 34.9
   use of terms 'cottage gardens' and 'wildflower gardens' 10.5
   visit to Turners' garden 50.18-50.19
   'The "walkabout" garden' (Simmons) 19.10
country gardens, see rural environments
Courtnay, Marianne
   meeting reports 62.20
Courtney, Bev 7.13-7.14
   design ideas -- for fun 7.15
   'A display area for Frankston's indigenous plants' 5.7-5.8
   garden design projects 2.9-2.10, 3.10
   'Grow What Where computer program' 8.17-8.18
   'Open spaces in small gardens' 2.7-2.8
   'Plants for a low hedge' 8.18
   'Use of native grasses in landscaping' 11.10-11.11
courtyard gardens
   'Australian native plants for pots, courtyards and small gardens' (Roach) 96.6-96.9
   'From the inside looking out' (Larkin) 56.11
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria' 32.9
   'The implications for garden design of medium-density inner-suburban living' (Beilin) 28.5-28.6
   Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 39.19
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape) 34.10-34.11
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape), suggestions for 35.10-35.11, 36.11, 36.14-36.15
   'A "neat" formal courtyard garden' (Lee) 20.12-20.13
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) 72.14
   'Our narrow 'courtyard' garden' 37.7-37.8
   'Plan for a small courtyard' (Howes) 20.12
   'A real courtyard garden' (Garnham) 57.8
   'Small courtyard gardens' 18.14-18.15
   Snape on 34.1
Cox, Ian and Tamara
   garden in Your Garden 54.17
   garden visited by Gian Carlo Capello 47.7-47.8
   on Betty Maloney's memorial service 36.2
   visit to garden of 32.7, 44.18
Cox, Philip
   architect of Yanderra 35.6
   Thubbul, Bermagui 81.15-81.16
Cox, Sam
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.14-94.17, 94.20
Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 7.17, 9.2-9.3, 10.17
   'The Australian Garden -- a happening thing' (Russell) 45.5
   'The Australian Garden at Cranbourne' (Snape) 55.17-55.18
   The Australian Garden, Cranbourne RBG 41.10
   Canberra Region visit to 85.20-85.22
   climbers in (Walcott) 87.8
   'Cranbourne Australian Garden Update' (Willoughby) 48.18
   'Eucalyptus Seminar - Friends of RBG Cranbourne' (Snape) 91.13-91.14
   FJC Rogers Seminar to be held at 76.4
   Friends of Cranbourne lectures 60.11-60.12
   'Gardening in Small Places: Garden Pots' (Scales) 85.9-85.10
   'Growing Native Plants in Pots' (Walcott) 75.19
   Landscape Excellence Award for 21.11, 22.12
   letters about 62.4
   mulchless gardens 33.5
   NE Victoria group planning 73.15-73.16
   opening event 55.1
   'RBG Cranbourne - A Vision Shared' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.4-81.5
   'RBG Cranbourne display at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2000' 30.8-30.9
   report of visit to Stage 2 (Snape) 92.8-92.12, 92.20
   support by GDSG of 29.18
   Top new tourist development in Australia in 2006: 58.18
   tours (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.8-81.9
   tours of 42.20, 50.23
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.12-75.13
Crapp, Daryl
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' 96.10-96.13
Creasy, Rosalind
   'Ecosystem gardens' (from Orion Nature Quarterly) 17.15-17.16
creativity in garden design, see art
creepers and climbers
   at Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 85.21-85.22
   'Australian Native Vines and Climbers' (Walcott) 87.8-87.11
   'Billardieras: Australia's ideal light climbers' (Gwen Elliot) 34.16
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray) 52.18-52.20
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray), comments on 53.4-53.5
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.10
   ivy substitutes (Buchanan) 34.10
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape) 34.10-34.11
Crinum spp. 13.9, 15.3
criteria, see design criteria
Crittenden, Victor
   'An Uncommon Woman of many talents' (Louisa Atkinson) 47.12
Crombie, Robert
   meeting reports 62.20
Cross, Bev
   'Wildlife Attracting Plants: Wallabies and my Garden' 45.13-45.14
Crosson, Ruth
   GDSG badge suggested by 39.18
   letters from 59.4
Crowe, Sylvia
   "A 'humanised translation of the landscape'" (Crowe and Jones) 27.17-27.18
Crowea spp.
   letter about heat-surviving plants (Yarra) 93.3
Cruithof, Jo & Mary
   design by Michael Cook 47.16
Cullity, Kate
   article in 2008/09 OGSG 63.5
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9, 52.13
cultivars, see also ACRA (Australian Cultivar Registration Authority); horticultural uses of Australian plants
   'The future of cultivars...an extract from APS Vic. Study Group Report' (Walter) 65.20
   'Grevilleas' (Snape, from 'The Age') 72.10-72.11
   'Hybrid superpowers make slim pickings for wildlife' (Hamilton) 37.11
   'The Ingenious Mr Fairchild: the forgotten father of the flower garden' (Simmons) 38.16
   leptospermums (Snape) 39.18
   letters about (Buchanan) 65.5
   'Native trees for Nature Strips & Street Planting' (Schroder) 70.14-70.16
   'Regarding hybrids' (Simmons) 38.16
   research by students of Burnley College 29.13
   'Starflowers. Pearlflowers and Gemflowers' [Chamelaucium hybrids] 40.11
   trial plants at Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 85.20
cultural heritage
   Australian landscape as part of 73.4-73.5
Cuneo, Peter
   Australian plants for Olympic Games displays 23.5
   Mount Annan Botanic Garden tour by 15.18-15.19
   'News from the Mount' 20.16
   'Plans for Mount Annan: a bush foods garden' 18.4-18.5
   'Snowgrass and spinifex tussocks' 42.15
'Currabungganung', NSW
   'Nature Conservation Trust - Historic Houses Trust NSW' 68.18-68.20
cushion bush, see Calocephalus (Leucophyta) brownii
cut flowers, see horticultural uses of Australian plants
cuttings
   see propagation
cycads, see also palms
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.10
Dacy, Brian
   meeting at Morrows' garden 36.18
daisies
   'Daisies -- Delightful and Durable' (Walker) 46.12-46.13
   'Daisies in a Victorian coastal garden' (Snape) 4.14
   'Daisies in the garden' (Snape) 4.13-4.14
   Dempseys' garden 60.3-60.4
   design a daisy 'lawn' 7.15, 8.19
   'Designing a Decent Daisy Field' (Simpson) 45.11-45.12
   'Experiences with daisies' (Howes) 4.14
   'The first step' (Buchanan) 4.12
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] (Snape) 56.14
   'News from the Mount' [Mount Annan, paper daisies] (Cuneo) 20.16
   'Painting living pictures' (Barker) 20.6-20.7
   paper daisies 4.12, 4.13-4.14
   reliable plants 3.4-3.5
   'Tiny daisy gives Western Australia its 10,000 native plant species' 92.7-92.8
Daly, Barbara
   visit to garden of 55.20
dams, see ponds and dams
Dance, Chris
   'Geelong's 21st Century Gardens' (Arnott) 42.6-42.8
Dandenong Valley Park, see Shepherds Bush Botanic Garden
Daniels, Shirley
   'How Marbled Geckos Are Helping To Design Our Garden' 94.8-94.9
Darke, Rick
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.8, 52.12
databases, see software
Datson, Glenda
   advanced trees (meeting report) 40.16
   blending rainforest plants with exotics 15.20
   conference reports 17.7-17.8
   'Design for a new garden' 56.5-56.7
   'A garden at 'Chesneyvale' 61.5-61.6
   'Glenda & Bernie's garden: shelter & shade' 18.8
   'Lawns and God' (AIH ACT Newsletter) 36.3-36.4
   letters from 58.3
   'Notes on formal gardens' (with NE Vic Branch) 33.9-33.10
   'Site analysis' 18.5-18.6
   'Suggestions for planting Gloria Thomlinson's garden' 22.14
   visit to garden of 45.19, 52.23, 61.19
Davey, Rosalee
   visit to Freake garden 81.19
Davidson, Jenny
   garden design project 18.7-18.9
   letters from 59.4
   visit to garden of 36.18
Davies, Gillian
   'Australian Garden History Conference, Sydney. Oct. 04' (Hambrett) 48.13-48.14
Daytime Activities Group (ANPS, Canberra)
   'Visit to NSW South Coast, 17-19 October' (Walcott) 96.20-96.23
De Schulte, Elsita Boffi
   'IFLA World Congress 2003 announcement' 41.8-41.9
   'Letter from Argentina' 33.4, 34.2, 40.3-40.4
Dealtry Native Garden and Plant Nursery, SA 21.19
deaths
   Barbara Salter 15.10
   Geoff Simmons 40.20
   James van Sweden 84.26
   Jean O'Neill 64.12
   Jill Rossiter 7.1
   Lyn Thompson 68.1
   Pam King (sister of Betty Denton) 40.20
   Pam Renouf 58.24
   Peter Garnham 73.1
   Stefanie Rennick 33.2
deaths of plants, see lifespan of plants
deciduous trees
   Australian 9.14
   'Evergreen -- a factor differentiating the Australian landscape' 14.15-14.16
Deery, Kath
   Karwarra Garden and 72.17
Delaney, Topher
   'Creative approaches to garden design' (conference talk) 5.12
Delaporte, Kate
   'Improvement of Ornamental Eucalypts' 43.15
demographics
   'Influence of demographics on Australian garden design' (Simmons) 21.6
Dempsey, Kay & Trevor
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' 17.16-17.17
   garden design projects 15.20
   garden of 60.3-60.4
   Jenny Davidson's property 18.7-18.9
   Kennedy garden design 21.7, 21.8
   on gardens in Italy 15.20
   'Profile of a garden' for NE Vic subgroup meeting 14.16
Denbly (Killarney, Victoria), see Densley, Cherree
Dench, Arthur
   Acacia armata (letter) 44.3
   letter on wildlife in a collector's garden 46.4
   'What is an Australian garden?' (Snape), responses to 36.16
Dendrobium spp., see Thelychiton spp.
Densley, Cherree
   'Advantages of lining pathways' 34.5-34.6
   'Australia's Open Garden Scheme (1)' 10.14-10.15
   'Blending with the Bush' 36.9
   'A blue/mauve/white 'cottagy' effect' 33.15
   book reviews 11.12
   'Colour combinations' 17.18
   'Designing for a view from the window' 19.14-19.15
   'The 'evolving' compartments' [water features] 33.10-33.12
   'An exciting local project' 38.11
   'Extending the view' 29.15
   'Extending the view', response to 30.18
   'A flowering acacia and a flowering eucalypt for evey month?' 9.14-9.15
   'Gardening urges -- in the DNA?' 23.6
   'Historic gardens in Melbourne' (Snape) 30.13-30.14
   'Landscaping around the house on Mt Clay' 27.9-27.10, 27.11-27.12
   letters about Mt Clay and Killarney 26.2, 26.4-26.5, 27.2, 27.3, 28.2, 29.3-29.4, 33.6-33.8, 41.16
   letters about Mt Clay and Killarney, comments on 35.3
   'Loose soil' 38.14
   'My unintentional white corner and other thoughts' 23.17
   native plants to replace exotics 3.8
   'Natural gardens?' 16.5-16.6
   Open Garden Scheme (1994-5) 7.15-7.16
   'Plans for wetlands' 16.14
   'Plant and colour combinations: red/grey combinations' 10.18
   'Plant and space: a lecture/talk/inspirational discourse/oration' (Brennan) 13.4-13.5
   plant combinations 9.17, 32.14-32.15
   'Pluses and minuses' (birds and neatness) 38.16
   praise for 'The Australian Garden' 41.2-41.3
   'A "secret" garden' 28.7-28.9, 29.9-29.10
   'Too much wildlife?!' 16.9
   'Water in the garden at "Denbly", Killarney 9.6-9.8
   'Weekly record of the 10 best plants at Killarney' 21.15, 23.2
   'White/yellow/cream/green combinations at "Denbly", Killarney' 11.16
Denton, Betty
   visit to garden of (May 16 2004) 47.14-47.15
descriptions of gardens, see classification of garden types; design criteria; language
desert areas, see dry areas
design, see also garden design
   thoughts on 47.13
design criteria
   'Another approach' [design criteria for judging gardens] 29.8
   Branch meeting discussions of 46.20-46.22
   'Criteria for describing gardens' [Russell garden] (Johnston) 56.15-56.16
   'Criteria for describing gardens' [Russell garden] (Johnston), response to 59.10-59.11
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design' (Larkin) 44.6
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design' (Larkin), reprinted 56.16-56.17
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' (Howes) 30.7
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' (Snape) 29.7-29.8
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' (Swain) 30.7
   design criteria for judging gardens (Webb) 29.9
   design criteria for reports on garden visits 44.17
   'Further suggestions' [design criteria for judging gardens] (Hrubos) 29.9
   'Judging gardens -- further thoughts' (Larkin) 59.9-59.11
   'Judging gardens' (Pipitone) 57.18-57.19, 57.21
   'Judging gardens', response to 59.9-59.11
   NE Vic Branch meeting discussion of 45.20
   'Recording Significant Gardens Project' (James) 78.4-78.5
   'Summary of criteria for assessment of garden design' (Pipitone) 56.17
   Sydney discussion on 47.19
   visit to Denton's garden (May 16 2004) 47.14-47.15
   writing about garden results 65.2
design projects, see garden design projects
designers, see garden designers
development, see garden development
Diamond, Robyn & Dick
   visit to garden of 74.21-74.22
Dianella spp.
   'Geelong's 21st Century Gardens' [research] 42.8
   'Individual Grasses and Grass-like Plants' (Snape) 51.10
difficult sites, see garden design problems
Digby, Bettina
   on 'Gardening Australia' 47.3
   on wine, women and poetry (letter) 45.3
digital media, see websites
disasters, see bushfires; flooding; hail damage
disorder, see tidiness in gardens
Disphyma crassifolium (Round-leaved Pigface)
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [seaside garden] 92.8-92.11
distance between plants, see spacing of plants
Dix, Warwick & Glennis
   garden visit planned 67.28, 68.22
   meeting reports 70.23-70.25
dodonaeas
   'Try growing dodonaeas in the garden' (Closs) 15.9
Doherty, Shane
   commercial promotion on website (letter) 53.6-53.8
   commercial promotion on website (letter), response to 54.5-54.6
   dementia unit project 54.3-54.4, 57.3-57.4, 58.20, 58.22
   'Designing indigenous gardens -- my journey' 53.14-53.15
   on indigenous plants for clients (letter) 48.3
Dorrough, Mervin
   Parliament House gardens (Canberra, ACT) 6.16-6.17
Doryanthes spp. 13.9, 15.3
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.17
Downing, Andrew Jackson
   'Turf Wars' by Kolbert (extract from New Yorker magazine) 70.5-70.8
drainage, see built environment in gardens
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.20
drawing, see also planting schemes 11.12, 15.5-15.7
   'Landscape' (garden design software package in Home Series group by Autodesk) 14.12
   'Putting it on paper' (Drew) 19.6-19.7
Drew, Catherine 13.3
   Churchill Fellowship awarded to 27.19
   conference reports 5.11
   'Design in gardens' (seminar report) 19.5
   garden design projects 13.3-13.4
   plant combinations 6.14
   'Putting it on paper' (seminar talk) 19.6-19.7
drifts, see mass planting
drought, see dry areas; water use
Druse, Ken
   'The natural garden: Landscape Australia conference' 16.3
dry areas, see also water use
   'American vision well worth considering' [Fountain Hills, Phoenix, Arizona] (Snape) 39.13
   California/Arizona garden tour 22.5, 22.9
   'Californian drought worsens' (Garden Drum) 89.14-89.15
   'Can south-east Australia expect drought soon?' (Layt) 88.5-88.6
   'Caroline Gunter's Arid Country trip' 70.19-70.21
   'Conservation of non-vascular plants in semi-arid landscapes' (Eldridge) 26.16
   'Coping with the Drought' (Murray) 46.13-46.14
   death of Australian plants during drought (Perkins) 70.14
   'The Desert Park, Alice Springs' (Snape) 39.10-39.11
   design and siting guidelines 4.15
   'Designing for the dry' (Larkin) 34.12-34.13
   'Despair and desire - a short diary' 66.19-66.22
   'The dry garden' (book review) 20.14-20.15
   'Eremophilas from the desert' [Arid Lands Botanic Garden at Port Augusta] (Hall) 27.19
   Farley garden (letter) 55.4
   'Garden design for a village in a desert area' (Boladeras) 27.6-27.8, 27.9
   Gold Coast (Reilly) 40.2
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] (Snape) 56.13-56.14
   'Heat-tolerant plants' (Halliday) 70.12-70.14
   'Jan & Alan Hall's 'no-water' drought resistant garden' (Moore) 59.11-59.12
   letters about 57.5, 68.5
   'Low rainfall -- drought in Australian garden design' [unpredictable low rain] (Simmons) 36.10
   meeting at Hermann's garden 21.17-21.18
   mining camp garden 31.3, 31.18, 32.3
   'Mulch and fire' [plant losses] (Buchanan) 58.11-58.12
   'Mulch in an arid area garden' (Boladeras) 30.4-30.5
   National Botanic Gardens 'red centre' garden 74.14-74.15
   news from London (letter) (Rose) 45.4
   Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT (Walcott) 93.7-93.9
   'Paul Thompson's garden' (Larkin) 28.10
   plant losses during hot weather 24.20
   'Planting Under Established Eucalypts' (Simpson) 46.14-46.15
   'Plants' adaptation to drought' (Guenzel) 34.13-34.14
   'Plants for a dry shaded garden with clay soil' (Yarra) 55.9-55.10
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.22-90.23
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra), letter about 91.5-91.8
   'Plants for an arid area' (Boladeras) 32.14
   'Plants for dry, shady areas' (Borrell) 11.18
   plants for dry, shady areas (Durbridge) 12.17
   'Plants surviving extreme weather conditions' (Snape) 66.17-66.18
   pruning for drought 43.12
   rainfall management in Hall garden 96.3-96.4
   'Reflections' [recent rainfall] (Larkin) 49.14-49.15
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.21-94.22
   report on visit to Yarra's garden (Snape) 90.21
   Scotia Sanctuary (Snape) 56.24
   'South and east Australia: be 'Godzilla' El Niño ready!' (Stewart) 92.7
   'The Answer Lies In The Soil' (Yarra) 84.7-84.8
   'Tough plants for dry conditions' (Herrmann) 21.15
   'Tree Management for Carbon, Energy and Drought Efficiency' (Moore) 61.7-61.10
   Treetops (Mains' garden) 53.20
   Victorian meeting plan 35.21
   We Venture (Rumbles' garden) 53.21-53.22
   'Why is it so?' [plant losses in dry conditions] (Holliday) 36.15-36.16
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 50.6-50.9
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Tasmania) (Watson) 10.8
dryandras
   'Dryandras in garden design' (Cavanagh and Pieroni) 9.4-9.5
'Duckpond', Orange 62.17
Dunn, Laurie
   Parliament House gardens (Canberra, ACT) 6.16-6.17
duplication, see mass planting; repetition
Durbridge, Grahame
   '10 favourite plants for designing' 17.18
   'Defining the elements of Australian garden design' 15.15
   design ideas -- for fun 6.11, 8.19, 11.15
   design ideas -- for fun -- a gaudy small park 10.17, 11.15
   design ideas -- for fun -- Australian sculptural features 12.15-12.16
   design ideas -- for fun -- extremes of design 19.14
   design ideas -- the pleasing garden 14.14
   'A few ideas that appealed' 9.16
   garden borders and mulches 8.19-8.20
   'Grass, or not?' 22.13
   low hedges 9.17
   plants for dry, shady areas 12.17
Durrant, Mark & Jodie
   'Cockatoo', Wamboin, garden visit 76.20
Dyeworks Park, Prahran 15.21
Eading, Reg and Nance
   visit to garden of 31.20
earth-covered houses, see roof gardens and green roofs
easy care plants
   'Easy to Propagate' (Snape) 74.9-74.10
Ebringer garden
   'The Ebringer garden in Ivanhoe' (Barrett) 27.13-27.14
eclectic gardens 2.4
   classification of garden types 9.13
ecological approach, see also Atlas of Living Australia (ALA); Canberra Nature Map (CNM) database; environmental land management; indigenous gardens; sustainability; water use; wildlife in the garden
   'All about study groups' (Walter) 62.13-62.14
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.8
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 (Snape) 68.8
   'Biodiversity in the garden' (Roberts) 38.13-38.14
   'Bush Seasons an affectionate study of a tiny bushland' book review 42.19
   'Creating a mosaic landscape in the garden?' (Hambrett) 63.10
   'The Desert Park, Alice Springs' (Snape) 39.10-39.11
   'Garden design for the 21st century' (conference talk) (Hitchmough) 5.11
   'Gardens of the Imagination. 23rd Annual National Conference A.G.H.S.' (Taylor) 42.9
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [solar energy] 87.21
   'The greenhouse effect, climate change and Myall Park Botanic Garden' (Reilly) 60.16
   Greening Australia Seminar 2002: 38.5-38.6
   'Habitat gardens' (Rowland) 87.4-87.6
   'An Interview with Professor Richard Clough' [modernism vs environmentalism] (Hambrett) 50.6
   'Messy ecosystems, orderly frames' (Nassaeur) 38.6-38.8
   'Our eco-house and garden' (Rowland) 62.10-62.12
   preservation of gene pool (letter) 55.3
   relevance to GDSG 5.13
   'Report of meeting on Sunday March 3 2002' (Geoffrey & Ann Long's garden) 36.18-36.19
   research into (Pipitone) 52.4-52.5
Eden, Bill
   'A bit of a trim' 40.15
edging, see also boundaries of gardens; garden borders
   'Advantages of edging pathways' (Webb) 35.8
   'Advantages of lining pathways' (Densley) 34.5-34.6
   'Border plants' [ground covers] (Lee) 14.13
   'Border plants' (Lee) 14.13
   'A coastal garden -- 2 1/2 years on' [Kiama] (Morris) 35.9
   edges defining sites 25.8
   'Edging pathways' (Snape) 35.7-35.8
   edging plants 10.6, 40.15
   'Garden edges' (Hanson) 35.8
   'Getting the edge: garden borders and mulches' (Durbridge) 8.19-8.20
   'Report of meeting at Jan Hall's on Sunday June 3 2001' (Buchanan) 35.21
   sleepers for edging (Keena) 35.4-35.5
   'What is an Australian garden?' (Dench) 36.16
edible plants, see food from gardens
education, see students
Elliot, Gwen
   'Going Potty - Growing plants in containers' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.6
Elliot, Rodger & Gwen, see also Australian Horticulture
   article on fragrant flowers (Gwen Elliot) 35.16
   'Australian garden plants' (conference talk) (Rodger Elliot) 5.10-5.11
   Australian Plant Garden Network (Rodger Elliot) 15.4
   'Billardieras: Australia's ideal light climbers' (Gwen Elliot) 34.16
   bus tour of indigenous public gardens around Melbourne (Rodger Elliot) (report by Snape) 15.20-15.21
   California/Arizona garden tour 22.9
   'Fascinating WA pitcher plant' (Gwen Elliot) 30.16
   'The Mallee, Mildura and Mungo' [tour of] (Clabburn) 46.17-46.18
   Open Garden Scheme 14.16
   Orders of Australia 35.1
   Phyla nodiflora and Pennisetum alopecuroides -- are they indigenous? (Rodger Elliot) 12.3
   profile of in Australian Horticulture (Rodger Elliot) 29.13
   'Top 20 backyard eucalypts' (Rodger Elliot) 8.13-8.14
   visit to Jacob's garden [previously the Elliot's] 51.19-51.20
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) (Rodger Elliot) 7.4-7.5
Elliott, Norah 13.16
   'High Trees' garden at Avalon NSW 10.14-10.15
Ellis Stones Memorial Garden (Melbourne University), see Melbourne University
Elliston Estate 52.25, 56.9-56.11, 57.14-57.15
   'Memorial Garden in Rosanna Parkland' [next door] (Hanson) 60.6
Else, Marcia
   visit to garden of 79.19
Eltham, Ben
   'More Than Luck: Ideas Australia needs now' 73.4-73.5
Elwell-Gavins, Vanessa
   'Gardening in the Southern Highlands of NSW' 6.20-6.21
   'Gardening in the Southern Highlands of NSW. Part 2. Pond area' 9.8
   'A landscaping problem' 4.10
   plant growth rates and spacing (question) 6.8
   'Shrubs, local & planted, in association with forest trees' 7.10
embankments, see rocks in garden design; sloping gardens/steep banks
embroidery, see art
emotions, see harmony; individual responses to gardens
endangered species, see rare or endangered species
endemic Australian plants 5.10
Enders, Maisie & Stan
   visit to garden and animal refuge of 31.20
England, see Britain
entrance areas
   'Making a good impression' (Buchanan) 67.19-67.21
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) 72.13-72.14
Entwhistle, Tim
   on plants to avoid 38.4
   origin of term 'Mediterranean gardens' 48.18
environmental art, see sculpture in gardens
environmental land management, see also ecological approach; regeneration projects
   Australia Day Speech by Tim Flannery 38.3-38.4
   'Ecosystem gardens' (from Orion Nature Quarterly) 17.15-17.16
   'Garden design with landscape' (extracts from Warrnambool talk) (Snape) 13.5-13.6
   Greening Australia Seminar 2002: 38.5-38.6
   'The natural habitat garden' by Ken Druse with Margaret Roach, reviewed by Ralph Neale 16.12-16.13
   tubestock plantings along riverbanks (Hicks) 34.12
Epacris spp.
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.5
Eremophila spp.
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.23-91.24
   'Daniel's paddock one year on' by Main 79.5-79.7
   easy to propagate plants (SA; letter) 75.3
   'Eremophilas' (Snape) 65.18-65.19
   'Eremophilas from the desert' (Hall) 27.19
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.12
   information from Colin Jennings, SA (leader of Eremophila Study Group) 13.11
   letters about 35.2
   letters about (Lee) 66.4
   meeting reports 66.24-66.25
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 1' (Larkin) 74.9
   watering of 26.8
Eremophila spp.
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.22-93.23
Eriostemon spp.
   plant combinations 7.14
Eskdale, Glenys 44.7
   'Introducing my gardener identity' 40.8-40.9
   'Introducing my gardener identity', comment on 41.16-41.17, 43.5, 44.7-44.8
espaliering
   Australian plants suitable for 74.18
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.12
ethics of gardening, see garden design philosophy
ethos gardens 2.3
eucalypts and corymbias, see also Angophora costata
   Australian atmosphere and 37.12, 39.18, 39.22
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.24
   bud and flower growers' workshop 41.14
   'Caroline Gunter's Arid Country trip' 70.19-70.20
   classification of (Snape) 91.13-91.14
   coppicing (Buchanan) 9.15
   'Coppicing' (Snape) 20.17
   coppicing E. globulus 84.13-84.14
   crosses of C.ficifolia and C.ptychocarpa 33.17-33.18
   DNA research on the eucalypt group (Snape) 30.19
   E. pulverulenta 'Baby Blue' 60.22
   Eucalyptus (Corymbia) citriodora 27.13-27.14
   Eucalyptus camaldulensis (river red gum) 39.10
   Eucalyptus gomphocephala (tuart) 39.9
   Eucalyptus leucoxylon, variability in size and form 22.12, 23.20
   Eucalyptus lucens (MacDonnell Ranges) 93.8
   'Eucalyptus magnificata' 51.15
   Eucalyptus multicaulis (whipstick mallee ash), description of 21.14
   'Eucalyptus Seminar - Friends of RBG Cranbourne' (Snape) 91.13-91.14
   Eucalyptus tetraptera photos and seed availability 94.4
   'A flowering acacia and a flowering eucalypt for every month?' (Densley) 9.14-9.15
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' (Arthur) 88.27
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.16-86.18
   'Improvement of Ornamental Eucalypts' (Sedgley & Delaporte) 43.15
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin) 40.13-40.14
   letter on small eucalypts (Howes) 93.2
   Macquarie University, AILDM Awards 2014 [maintenance of lemon-scented gums] 88.17
   'My trunk garden' (Hambrett) 66.13-66.14
   naming of 19.5
   'Native trees for Nature Strips & Street Planting' (Schroder) 70.14-70.16
   'New Open Gardens Australia Garden design announced' 91.18-91.19
   'Ornamental small eucalypts' (Nicolle) 20.8-20.10
   Peter Ollerenshaw's Eucalyptus 'Blue Veil' 86.18
   planting under 4.9-4.10, 5.8, 6.8, 6.14, 7.13
   'Planting under established eucalypts' (Hall) 7.9-7.10
   'Planting under established eucalypts' (Simpson) 46.14-46.15
   recommended eucalypts 91.14
   recommended eucalypts, letter about 92.1
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [espaliered eucalypts] 92.8-92.10
   report on visit to Hanson's garden 18.18
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' (Snape) 60.11-60.12
   Scribbly Gum garden at Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 85.21
   small eucalypts (ACT) 22.18
   'Small eucalypts for small gardens' (Kennedy) 55.12
   'Small eucalypts for the eastern States' (Kennedy) 21.13-21.14
   'Small eucalypts of eastern Australia suitable for Melbourne suburban gardens' (Rule) 8.14
   small eucalypts (Victoria) -- seed available 22.18
   'Small trees' (Pipitone) 26.14-26.15
   street trees (Gunter and Rowland) 54.6
   'Top 20 backyard eucalypts' (Elliot) 8.13-8.14
   trunk garden using (Hambrett) 42.17, 50.7
   trunk garden using (Hambrett), comment on 43.3
   trunk garden using (letter) 71.3-71.4
   unwanted in England (Weekend Telegraph article) 20.3
   'Using the smaller eucalypts in designing our gardens' (Snape) 23.17-23.18
   variegated C. maculata 'Ribbons of Hope' 84.25
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' 92.16-92.17
   visit to Webbs' garden (South Coast) 57.19
   'What is a small tree?' [trimming Eucalyptus globulus to taste] (Webb) 26.15
   'What is a small tree?' (Simmons) 24.3
   'Wind-taught Pruning' [tree destruction, rejuvenation and coppicing] (Murray) 43.11-43.12
   with pine-like trees and acacias (Lee) 41.15-41.16
Eudesmia spp., see also eucalypts and corymbias
   eucalypt classification and 91.13
Euroa Arboretum, Vic 13.18
Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens (NSW) (previously Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens)
   Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens 17.3-17.5
   John Knight and 67.10-67.11
   'Natives on the South Coast with Angus Stewart' [Open Gardens Australia] 86.19
   new sensory garden 58.19
   'The Quest for the Flying Duck Orchid' 45.15
   'S.E. Coast NSW APS Garden Design Workshop Weekend' 67.9-67.11
   SE NSW APS Group weekend at 67.5
   support by GDSG of 29.18
   workshop handout (Hambrett) 67.12-67.16
   'Xeriscape Garden' (Howes) 55.13-55.14
Europe, see also Britain; France; Ireland; Italy
   Landscape Conference, Melbourne 2002 (Hill) 40.5
   'Some European gardens' (Rose) 34.9
Evans, Charlie
   'Small courtyard gardens' 18.14-18.15
Evans, Rebecca
   'In search of the Australian petunia' 14.13
Evans, Wendy & David 6.17-6.18
   on leaf litter as ground cover 22.13
   recommended native gardens and nursery 4.8
   reliable plants 4.12
evolution of gardens, see change in gardens
excitement in gardens
   'Merely soothing………a few short steps from boring?' by Hambrett 75.9-75.10
exhibitions
   Explore the lost gardens of Sydney (Museum of Sydney) 63.6
existing gardens, see also garden development; rehabilitation (changing an old garden)
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   'Coping with constraints' (Snape) 22.6-22.7
   'Death of a Garden -- a Change in the Landscape' (Hambrett) 42.17
   'Death of a Garden -- a Change in the Landscape' (Hambrett), comments on 43.4
   'limits are the stuff of design' 25.8
   neighbours (letter) 44.3-44.4
   'Redesign of a corner in a suburban bush garden' (Yarra) 58.6-58.7
exotic plants, see also blended gardens
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' [removing exotics] 96.10-96.13
   'Are native flowers better than exotics?' (Snape) 21.11
   'As others see us' [on using only local plants] (Lloyd), report by Barbara Buchanan 17.13-17.14
   differences with Australian gardens 47.5-47.6
   'The growing shame of mondo grass' (Watts) 65.17
   'Life decisions and events' [removing exotics] (Woodroffe) 7.3-7.4
   'Native plants to integrate with exotic trees and shrubs' (Keena) 23.16
   'Natives are out, roses in for city' (Courier Mail) 19.12
   natives to replace, see substitute plants (natives for exotics)
   Rowland's response to Morris' response to Flannery 38.5
experiments, see research
Ezzy garden
   visits to 44.19-44.20, 47.7-47.8
Fabaceae, see pea plants
Fagg, Murray
   Australian plants software 23.14
Fairchild, Mr, the ingenious
   Simmons on 38.16
Fairer, Jennifer
   'Visit to Mt Annan 27/6/04' 47.18
Farley, Andrew
   garden of 96.3-96.4
Farley, Meredith
   death of 96.3-96.4
   letter from 55.4
farms, see rural environments
'Farncombe' garden record (Howes) 83.4-83.12, 83.23
Farrelly, Elizabeth
   'Heed the call of nature' (extract from SMH) 53.15-53.16
Farrer, Jennifer
   'Around the World in 80 Gardens' (TV show) 67.23-67.24
Farrow, Roger
   visit to garden of 81.21-81.25
Farrugia, Charles
   letters from 53.13
fauna, see wildlife in the garden
Featherston, Mary
   on design 47.13
feature plants
   'Design categories of plants' (Snape) 62.7-62.8
   'Feature plants' (Hall) 31.17
   'Focal points' (Buchanan) 67.17-67.19
   'Golden Penda (Xanthostemon chrysanthus) -- a feature plant' (Houseman) 31.17
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.12
   hibiscuses and 8.16
   in indigenous gardens (Percy) 10.12
   'Plant ideas' (Rose) 30.19-30.20
   'Sculptural Australian plants?' (Simmons) 38.14-38.15
   'Some favourites' (Munro) 31.17
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 50.8-50.9
features (inanimate), see hard landscaping; sculpture in gardens; surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
feelings, see harmony; individual responses to gardens
fees 91.1
fences, see boundaries of gardens
Fenn, Val and Colin
   visit to garden of ('Sandy Hollow') 82.18, 85.18-85.19
Fenton, Ann
   letter on woodland gardens 30.3
   'A silvery trio' 32.15
Fenton, John
   'Garden design with landscape' (extracts from Warrnambool talk), compiled by Diana Snape 13.5-13.6
   'GDSG weekend in Warrnambool -- an impression' 13.3
Fernbrook Garden (Kurrajong Heights)
   'Report of meeting on Sunday May 6 2001 at Fernbrook Garden, Kurrajong Heights' 35.20
Ferndale garden (West Essendon, Melbourne) 5.6
ferns
   'Fern combination' (James) 32.15
   Fiona Hall's fern garden (at National Gallery) 23.13, 26.9-26.10, 32.8
   'The many moods of water at Roma Street Parkland' (Smith) 41.8
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape), suggestions for 36.14-36.15
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.23
   provenance of mature tree ferns (Adler and Snape) 32.8
   'Summer in the garden' [shaded areas] 43.13
   'A temperate Australasian fern gully' (Melbourne area) (James) 14.6
   visit to garden of Mirini and Russell Lang 95.21-95.22
Ferntree Court Hopetoun Retirement Village
   garden design project 50.20, 51.16-51.17, 52.24
fertilising, see soil preparation
festivals
   Garden Heritage Festival (Beechworth) 7.8-7.9
   Sydney Festival of Gardens, announcement about (1999) 26.12
Ficus spp. (fig)
   'Figs in Australian landscaping' (Simmons) 18.17
fillers, see infill plants
finances 2.2, 3.1, 4.1, 5.1, 6.1, 7.1, 8.1, 9.1, 10.1, 11.1, 12.1, 14.2, 15.2, 16.1, 17.1, 18.2, 19.19, 20.20, 21.20, 22.21, 23.20, 24.19, 26.18, 27.21, 28.20, 29.20, 31.21, 32.19, 33.19, 34.20, 35.21, 36.22, 37.16, 38.20, 39.20, 40.19, 42.23, 43.28, 47.23, 51.20-51.21, 55.21, 59.19, 63.17, 64.17-64.19, 69.19-69.20, 70.27-70.28, 71.19, 74.20, 75.27, 77.19, 78.28, 79.21, 80.15, 81.26, 82.24, 84.26, 85.25, 86.24, 87.26, 88.31, 89.27
   audit report 64.29
   contribution from Queensland ANPSA Conference Organizing Committee 84.26
   electronic payment not available 68.24
   loan from APS Victoria 36.1, 37.16-37.17
Finger, Pamela
   garden of (Pipitone) 65.15
Finnie, Jenny and Ted
   letters from 56.3
   'Where eagles drift' 63.7-63.9
fire
   bushfires 4.1, 9.2
   canopy removal [bushfires] (Looker) 8.8
   'Does anyone micro-burn?' (Simmons) 11.17
   editorial on bushfires (Snape) 37.1
   'Fire ecology and biodiversity' (Snape) 40.6-40.7
   fire management regime at Cox garden 44.18
   fire-retardant plants (letter) 71.6
   Foxground meeting report 70.23
   'A garden design with a difference' [bushfires] (Simmons garden, Qld) 8.18-8.19
   'Inorganic mulches' (Buchanan) 60.17
   'Montrose Fire Safety Garden' 43.14
   'Mulch and fire' (Buchanan) 58.11-58.12
   mulch as a fire hazard? (Pipitone) 38.13
   over-clearing of properties and 43.17
   post-bushfire rebuilding (Jane Canaway) 71.6
   'Recovering after bushfire' (Simmons) 8.19
   roof gardens, and bushfire threats (letter) (Morton) 39.2-39.3
   'Savanna Burning' 39.14
   Stawell area bushfires (2005) 53.12-53.13
first aid for plant irritants
   hibiscuses 8.16
fish, see wildlife in the garden
Fisher, Janet
   report on South Australian meeting 21.18-21.19
Fisher, Shirley & Graham
   book reviews 16.12
   course by, and article on garden of (letter) 39.4
   photos of WA garden 33.4-33.5
   'A school garden in the bush' 16.8-16.9
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' [WA] 39.6-39.9
   'Water in a sandplains garden, WA' 9.9
FJC Rogers Seminar, see seminars
Flagstaff Gardens
   'Dissecting Park: flagging down specificity' -- students from Faculty of Environmental Design & Construction (Snape) 25.8
flannel flower, see Actinotus helianthii
Flannery, Tim (Dr)
   Australia Day Speech 38.3-38.4
   'The Future Eaters' 51.4, 52.10
   launch of GDSG book and talk by 40.5-40.6
Flecker Botanic Gardens, Cairns
   Australia's Gondwana Heritage display at 29.13
Flegman, Eva
   'Profile of a professional member' 12.18
Fleming, Jan
   book reviews 36.12
   visit to garden of 35.18-35.19
Fleming, Wes
   'Modern/formal gardens' (Buchanan) 70.8-70.9
flooding
   letter about (Rose) 74.4
   meeting reports 74.17
   'My Garden' 75.14
Flora for Fauna Project
   from 'Gumnut' 37.11-37.12
   website (Howes) 38.14
floral clocks
   Kings Park, Perth 29.13, 96.5-96.6
flower and garden shows
   APS display at RHS Cheshire flower show 45.16
   Australian gardeners win at Hampton Court Flower Show 87.1-87.2
   Caulfield Garden Show (Melbourne) 11.19
   Chelsea Flower Show (UK) 3.11, 6.17-6.18, 39.4, 48.18, 70.8-70.9
   Floriade, Netherlands (2002) 41.4, 42.14
   Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 17.8-17.9, 21.8, 30.8-30.9, 34.1, 36.18, 38.1, 39.19
   Melbourne Wildflower Show 7.3
   'A "neat" formal courtyard garden' (Lee) 20.12-20.13
   NSW Garden and Wildflower Spectacular (1996) 15.17
   Pomonal Wildflower Show (Stewart) 93.10
   Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society Spring Show ( Wayville) 20.12-20.13
   Royal Show display (SA) 20.18
   'Show fever' [Qld] (Smith) 44.7
flowering plants, see also colour in the garden; cottage gardens; horticultural uses of Australian plants; ornamental plants
   'An Australian or an exotic "look"' (Snape) 13.9
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.2-92.6
   'Establishing a picture garden at Karwarra Garden' (Gray) 14.5
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.12
   'The handbook of Australian flowers for the garden and home' (book review) 10.11
   'An integrated garden' (Simpson) 39.11
   'Planning for all-year colour' (Snape) 13.14
   'Small delights' [small leaves and flowers] (Snape) 49.12
   'State of the World's Plants report issued by Kew Gardens' 95.9
   'Two Cheers for the Correas' (Walcott) 95.5-95.8
   'Winter colour' (Larkin) 27.16-27.17
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Watson) 10.8
Floyd, Linda 12.1
   book reviews 1.5
   border plants in garden of 14.13
   garden visits 19.9, 20.2, 20.3, 31.19
   'GDSG weekend in Warrnambool -- an impression' 13.3-13.4
   'Ninfa -- an Italian garden with a history' 26.10
   plant combinations 4.10
   search for replacement for 31.21
   strap-leafed gardens 6.15
focal points, see also feature plants
   'Creating garden vistas' (Snape) 35.13
   'Focal points' (Buchanan) 67.17-67.19
foliage, see also leaf litter
   'A Composition in Green and White' (Gunter) [strap-leafed plants] 85.8-85.9
   'Attractive foliage' (Webb) 32.15
   'An Australian or an exotic "look"' (Snape) 13.9
   colour and 3.10-3.11, 8.11
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.2-92.6
   'Design as an ongoing experiment' (Hambrett) 36.8
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.9
   easy to propagate plants (SA; letter on strap-leafed plants) 75.3
   'Fern combination' (James) 32.15
   'Foliage and photography' (Buchanan) 47.10-47.11
   'A leavening of leaves' (leaves and leaf litter) (Simmons) 7.10-7.11
   'look-alike' foliage 34.4-34.5
   'Planning for all-year colour' (Snape) 13.14
   quotes about gardens 90.13
   scleromorphy 5.10
   'Small delights' [small leaves and flowers] (Snape) 49.12
   'Sparse, fine or twiggy' (Snape) 36.17
   strap-leafed gardens (Linda Floyd) 6.15
   'Summer, not autumn foliage colours', noted by Geoff Simmons 17.18
food from gardens
   'Forest Bountiful: settlers' use of Australian plants' book review 72.16
   hibiscuses and 8.15
   'How Marbled Geckos Are Helping To Design Our Garden' (Daniels) 94.8-94.9
   ideas for scholarship about 64.6
   letter about potager 26.4
   meeting at Merele Webb's garden 74.23
   members' letters (Keena) 25.1-25.2
   'The Native Grass Menagerie' (Watson) 48.16
   'Plans for Mount Annan: a bush foods garden' (Cuneo) 18.4-18.5
   'A temperate Australasian fern gully' (Melbourne area) (James) 14.6
   'Use of water in the garden: the 3-bucket rainforest revisited' (Keena) 19.11
footpath gardens, see nature strip/footpath garden design
forbs
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.5-94.8
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.2-89.9
Ford, Gordon
   'The "Bush Garden" and other styles' (Snape) 36.8-36.9
   'Gordon Ford: The Natural Australian Garden' book review 28.15
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.16-94.17, 94.20
   record of Fulling, bush garden 84.22
   'Recording gardens' (James) 90.2-90.3
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.8-48.10
Forest Gardens Cape York Botanical Walk (Cairns)
   created by Anton Van der Schans 38.12
forestry
   letter about rainforest cabinet timbers 26.4
Forge, Warwick and Sue
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' (organisers) 52.13
forget-me-nots, see Myosotis (borage family, forget-me-nots)
form, see shape/form
formal gardens, see also formalistic gardens; hedges 17.8
   'A Touch of Formality' (Buchanan) (Growing Australian, v. 56(3)) 82.5-82.6
   'All our formal gardens' (Larkin) 69.10-69.11
   'Are there formal elements in your garden?' (Snape) 23.5-23.6
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' (Snape) 66.10
   'An Australian garden in the Tuscany style' (Reichelt) 24.10-24.11
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?' (Snape) 49.8-49.9
   'A circular garden' (Snape) 24.16
   classically formal gardens 2.3
   classification of garden types 9.13
   'Different approaches to Australian garden development' (Snape) 8.6
   distinctive Australian style 53.4
   'Experiment with a formal xeriscape Australian native garden design' (Percy) 5.7
   'A formal design for a small garden' (Lee) 12.9-12.11
   'A formal garden using indigenous flora' (Burns) 15.4-15.5
   'Formal plants or plants to use in formal situations' (Buchanan) 12.9
   'Formal/informal' (Zouliou) 15.14
   'Formal/natural' (Long) 15.14
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria' 32.9
   hibiscuses and 8.15
   'How Formal should a Native Garden be?' (Howes) 51.7-51.8
   'How Formal should a Native Garden be?' (Howes), comment on 52.3, 52.7, 52.11
   'Integration of Australian plants in a large, formal garden' (Gore) 13.8, 14.7, 15.8
   'Integration of Australian plants in a large, formal garden' (Hailstone) 15.8
   International Flower and Garden Show 1997, Vic SGAP exhibit (Barrett) 17.9
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden' (Sydney Weekly Courier) 47.7-47.8
   'Jacci Campbell's young garden' (Buchanan) 40.8
   meeting at Rowlands' property, responses to [on formality] 66.11-66.13
   'Messy ecosystems, orderly frames' (Nassaeur) 38.6-38.8
   'Modern/formal gardens' (Buchanan) 70.8-70.9
   Mont Albert (McIver's garden) 25.5-25.6
   'Natural, formal and the world in between' (Snape) 67.8-67.9
   'The natural -- formal spectrum' (Snape) 12.12
   'A "neat" formal courtyard garden' (Lee) 20.12-20.13
   'Ninfa -- an Italian garden with a history' (Floyd) 26.10, 26.11
   'Notes on formal gardens' (Datson with NE Vic Branch) 33.9-33.10
   'Order, or disorder?' (Snape) 87.7-87.8
   proposal for National Arboretum 94.1
   '"Soft" and "Hard" garden design' 5.14
   'Sydney gardens' (Hambrett) 24.10
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 2' (Larkin) 74.7-74.8
   'A touch of formality' (Swain) 25.2
   'Training plants, including coppicing and pruning' (Looker) 8.7
   'An unnatural garden?' (Snape) 16.9
   'Using the smaller eucalypts in designing our gardens' (Snape) 23.18
   visit to Ezzy garden (Gunter) 44.19-44.20
   visit to Lewin garden 89.21
   'What can we learn from Italian garden design?' (Walcott) 81.9-81.12
   'What makes an Australian Garden?' (Howes) 76.10-76.11
   'What shape are your plants in?' (Larkin) 47.10
   workshop handout (Hambrett) 67.12-67.16
formalistic gardens 2.3
   classification of garden types 9.13
   visit to John Hunt's garden 4.6
format for recording gardens, see records of garden design
foundations, see built environment in gardens
Fountain, Jane
   study group coordinator 93.1, 94.2
Fountain, Mark
   book reviews 9.11-9.12
Fox, Bev
   garden of 65.12
   'Postcard from a Vic country visit' (Larkin) 51.10-51.11
   report on garden visit 78.13
   'Two Melbourne gardens' (Larkin) 56.19-56.20
   visit to garden of 45.18-45.19, 78.15-78.16
Fox, Jan
   'Two Melbourne gardens' (Larkin) 56.19-56.20
Fox, Paul
   book reviews 42.19
   'Puzzling landscape' 32.6-32.7
Foxground garden, see Long, Geoffrey & Ann
Foxground retreat 1999
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.10-70.11
fragrant gardens, see perfumed gardens
framework plants
   'Design and the longevity of plants' (Simmons) 10.4
   'Design categories of plants' (Snape) 62.7
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' (Arthur) [long-lasting plants] 88.28-88.29
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.11-72.12
   letter on 31.4
   'Travels and design' [Pilbara trip] (Snape) 48.4-48.5
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Tasmania) (Watson) 10.8
France
   climbers in (Walcott) 87.10
   'L'ami des jardins et de la maison' magazine, by Geoff Simmons 15.11
   'The secret gardens of France' by Mirabel Osier, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 14.11-14.12
   'The secret gardens of France' by Mirabel Osier, reviewed by Geoff Simmons 15.11
   'Trip to UK, France and Spain' (Walcott) 87.2
Fraser, Ian
   NE Vic Branch visit to garden of (Buchanan) 36.18
Fraser, Margaret
   garden design projects 2.9-2.10, 3.10
Freake, Malcolm and Monika
   video of visit to garden of 84.23
   visit to garden of 81.19-81.20, 82.14-82.17, 82.24
   visit to garden of ('Ideas for a secret garden') 81.12-81.13
Fred Rogers Seminar
   promotional materials for 78.14, 78.17-78.18, 79.15-79.16
friends' letters, see members' letters
Friends of Dandenong Valley Park Inc, see Shepherds Bush Botanic Garden
Friends of Gardiners Creek, see Shepherds Bush Botanic Garden
Frisby, Mark
   'Mounded perspective' [on role of landscape architect] 49.4
frogs, see wildlife in the garden
frost, see also cold areas
   'Inorganic mulches' (Buchanan) 60.17
   letters about 12.17, 35.3
   ''Top 10' plants' (Walters and Little) 28.17-28.18
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.22-93.26
fungal infections
   'Myrtle rust - be watchful and concerned' (Howes) 78.10-78.12
fungi
   'Are our gardens complete?' 41.17
   bandicoots feeding on 32.18
   'Fungi in garden design?' (Snape) 95.15-95.16
   micorrhizal fungi in grasslands (Snape) 94.7
   micorrhizal fungi (letter) (Hoile) 60.3
   'Mosses (and lichens & fungi)' (Thompson) 27.20
   Orchids and mycorrhizal fungi (Australian Horticulture) 54.13
furniture in gardens, see also art; sculpture in gardens
   'Is there a place for single seats?' 33.16
   'Ornaments in the garden' (Snape) 30.17
   'Three Exceptional Garden Benches' (Walcott) 88.18-88.19
Fuss, Alison (Dr)
   'In search of the Australian petunia' 14.13
Gahnia sieberiana (Red-fruit saw-sedge)
   'The 'evolving' compartments' [water features] (Densley) 33.11-33.12
Gaiardo, Christine and Angelo
   visit to garden of 79.14-79.15
Gallant, Michelle and David
   visit to garden of 84.21-84.22, 86.19-86.21
Gamble, Sally
   meetings at Marangy 70.22
Garden and Wildflower Spectacular, see NSW Garden and Wildflower Spectacular (1996)
garden art, see art; sculpture in gardens
garden beds, see beds
garden borders, see also edging
   'Design for a 'cottage garden' border' (Pye) 10.6
   'Planting in communities' (Buchanan) 6.14
   'The use of correas in garden design' [shrub borders] (Hitchcock) 37.10-37.11
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Tasmania) (Watson) 10.8
garden competitions, see also flower and garden shows
   ABC's "Gardener of the Year" 35.10
   'Another approach' [design criteria for judging gardens] 29.8
   'An Australian 2000 Garden Design Competition?' (Hambrett) 17.10
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' (Howes) 30.7
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' (Snape) 29.7-29.8
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' (Swain) 30.7
   design criteria for judging gardens (Webb) 29.9
   feelings about (Snape) 28.18
   'Further suggestions' [design criteria for judging gardens] (Hrubos) 29.9
   Historic Houses Trust for Government House, Sydney (Griffin) 42.6
   'Judging gardens - further thoughts' (Larkin) 59.9-59.11
   'Judging gardens' (Pipitone) 57.18-57.19, 57.21
   'Judging gardens', response to 59.9-59.11
   'New Open Gardens Australia Garden design announced' 91.18-91.19
Garden Conservancy (America )
   preservation of exceptional gardens by 73.7
garden design, see also classification of garden types; design criteria; garden development; landscape design; planning; plant selection; planting schemes
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen 73.11-73.13
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen, reply to 75.8-75.10
   as art (editorial) 58.1
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design] (Simmons) 32.12
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design] (Simmons), response to 33.8
   'An Australian 2000 Garden Design Competition?' (Hambrett) 17.10
   'Australian design, Australian plants, or both' 3.12
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' book review 41.11
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' book review 40.10-40.11
   'Australian plants for the rural and urban environment', Kawarra 1996: 17.7-17.8
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' [history of group] (Snape and GDSG) 36.5-36.7
   'Australian Plants in Amenity Horticulture' (Heffernan) 84.14-84.16
   'An Australian style garden' (Hambrett) 31.8-31.9
   ''The Book of Garden Design' book review 21.9
   'The Book of Garden Design' book review 22.9-22.11
   botanic gardens, see botanic gardens
   buildings and, see house and garden in harmony
   change with age theme - book review 2.7
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' (Johnson) 80.5-80.11
   'The collector and the designer' (Hambrett) 44.10-44.11
   'Collectors v. designers' (Buchanan) 44.8-44.10
   'Complexity in a garden' (Snape) 77.8-77.9
   'Concept design for a tapestry garden' (Hall) 57.6-57.7
   'Coping with constraints' (Snape) 22.6-22.7
   'Creating a new garden "inside" an old one' (Pipitone) 11.14
   'Creating an Australian garden' book review 4.6
   creative approaches, see art
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design' (Larkin) 44.6
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design' (Larkin), reprinted 56.16-56.17
   'Daniel's Paddock' (extending gardens) by Main 74.6
   'Daniel's paddock one year on' by Main 79.5-79.7
   'Design, Memories - and Moods of a Garden' by Yarra 85.7-85.8
   'Design for a new garden' (Datson) 56.5-56.7
   'Design in gardens' (Burgess) 19.5
   design movements, see history
   design principles (from John Brookes's Garden Design book) (Hambrett) 22.5
   'Design with Australian plants' (conference talk) (Patrick) 6.8-6.9
   'Design with Landscape' book review 77.15
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.8-65.11
   designer/collector debate 10.3
   'Designing with success' (Graham) 11.15
   'Dilemmas of a designer' (McCoy) 89.11-89.14
   'Exceptional Australian garden makers' book review 85.5-85.7
   'Extending the view' (Densley) 29.15
   'Extending the view' (Densley), response to 30.18
   features of the Australian environment and 3.12
   'Fifteen ideas for garden design' (Snape) 19.15-19.16
   'Fifteen ideas for garden design' (Snape), reprinted 64.8-64.9
   FJC Rogers Seminar 2012 '3D gardening - dream it, design it, do it' 81.2-81.9
   'A formal garden using indigenous flora' (Burns) 15.4-15.5
   fundamentals of (book review) 3.9-3.10
   'Garden Design' book review [exotic plants] 32.11-32.12
   'Garden design for the 21st century' (conference talk) (Hitchmough) 5.11
   'Garden Design in South America' 75.13-75.14
   'Garden design over time in a temperate climate' (Snape) 15.14-15.15
   'Garden design using Australian plants -- a sense of unity' (Rowland) 11.13-11.14
   'Garden design -- where do we start?' (Snape) 21.11-21.12
   '"Garden design" with a new meaning' [in a retirement village] (Webb) 35.9-35.10
   'Garden ideals' (Buchanan) 28.4-28.5
   'Garden voices: Australian designers - their stories' book review 85.5-85.6
   'Garden voices: Australian designers - their stories' book review and quotes from 86.8-86.10
   'Gardening Companion: the principles and practice of the gardener's art' book review 24.12
   'Getting it right!' (Simmons) 26.6-26.7
   getting started 18.3
   'Giving much thought' (Webb) 24.14-24.15
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10-93.13
   'Great expectations' [focus on the whole] (article from The Garden by Mirabel Osier) 15.11
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.11-72.12
   half-hidden gardens 4.4-4.5
   'Happy 80th birthday to John Brookes - influential garden and landscape designer' 85.14
   'Hindsight and Garden Design' (Hambrett) 75.16-75.17
   'How do we recognise good garden design?' (Snape) 11.3
   'Ideas for garden design' (Michael) 25.9
   'Imitation and imagination' (Simmons) 15.13-15.14
   'The implications for garden design of medium-density inner-suburban living' (Beilin) 28.5-28.6
   'In love with groundcovers - words and photos' (Larkin) 88.8-88.9
   'Influence of demographics on Australian garden design' (Simmons) 21.6
   'Instant gardens' (North) 30.15
   'Instant gardens' (North), response to 31.3
   'An Interview with Professor Richard Clough' [functional approach] (Hambrett) 50.5-50.6
   JRHS -- What is a 'good' garden? (Viewpoint, by Peter King) 35.12
   'Landscape in the future' (Thompson) 8.4-8.5
   lifestyle suitability and (Hambrett) 75.10-75.11
   'Limits to garden design & photography' [need for more local emphasis] (Buchanan) 18.11-18.12
   maintenance and, see maintenance
   'Margaret Garrett's new garden -- using the criteria of the three Rs' 23.9-23.10
   members' letters on, see members' letters
   'Merely soothing………a few short steps from boring?' by Hambrett 75.9-75.10
   'My Garden' 75.14-75.16
   'My Garden Design' (McCarthy) 58.4-58.6
   'Oh, our designing ways' (Larkin) 65.12-65.13
   'The Old Country: Australian Landscapes, Plants and People' book review 54.18-54.19
   open space in small gardens 2.7-2.9
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) 72.13
   pen and paper exercise at FJC Rogers Seminar 2012 '3D gardening - dream it, design it, do it' 81.3
   perfumed gardens, see perfumed gardens
   philosophy of design, see garden design philosophy
   planning a new garden (report of Melbourne meeting) 18.17-18.18
   'Planning ahead for temperature increase' (Simmons) 22.4-22.5
   'Planning and Designing Australian Gardens - A few ideas to get you started' (Howes) 80.11-80.12
   'Planning for appearance or collection' (Simmons) 24.6
   'Planning or designing a garden -- is there any difference?' (Snape) 57.8-57.11
   plant combinations 7.14
   'Planting living pictures' (Barker) 17.7-17.8
   'Principles of garden design' (Rowland) 24.5
   principles of (Hailstone) 15.8
   'Private versus public garden design' [experimentation] (Simmons) 33.12-33.14
   professional versus amateur (Hall and McCoy) 36.14
   promotional materials 78.18-78.19
   'Propagation, repetition and design' (Snape) 71.10-71.11
   quote from Karen Hall on instant gardens 84.11
   'The realities of making a garden' (Garrett) 18.11
   records of, see records of garden design
   'Redesign of a corner in a suburban bush garden' (Yarra) 58.6-58.7
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.9-70.12
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.19-91.21
   'Reversal in design' [different approaches] (Simmons) 16.14
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden: a talk to the Friends of the RBG 28-7-04' (Hambrett) 48.6-48.12
   Russell garden 78.21-78.24
   'S.E. Coast NSW APS Garden Design Workshop Weekend' 67.9-67.11
   SE NSW APS Group weekend at Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 67.5
   'A "secret" garden' (Densley) 28.7-28.9, 29.9-29.10
   'Serendipity in Australian garden design' (Snape) 27.18-27.19
   SGAP role in [pre-GDSG] (letter by John Blake) 7.7
   'Should sustainability be factored in?' (Simmons) 20.8
   'Small courtyard gardens' 18.14-18.15
   '"Soft" and "Hard" garden design' (Snape) 5.14
   software for, see software
   'Some thoughts from George Seddon's opening lecture at the 1996 Landscape Australia' by Diana Snape 17.12
   'Some thoughts on design' (Heinemann) 13.15
   'Something old, something new' (Webb) 64.9-64.10
   stages in, see planning
   styles, see classification of garden types
   'Summary of criteria for assessment of garden design' (Pipitone) 56.17
   textures, and poor planting design (Burgess) 19.4
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) 92.13-92.15
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 2' (Larkin) 74.7-74.8
   the essence of (Lenffer) 4.4-4.5
   'The Garden in the Clouds' by Woodward, review by Walcott 75.21-75.22
   'The Mood of Gardens and Gardeners' by Yarra 75.8-75.9
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' (van de Merwe) 95.9-95.11
   'Three "R's" of garden design' (Snape) 21.5
   'Traceries and Layers in the Garden' (Walcott) 90.10-90.12
   'Transforming the terrace garden at Mount Annan: An opportunity to explore the relationship of plants and people' 49.13
   'Travels and design' [Pilbara trip] (Snape) 48.4-48.5
   'Turf Wars' by Kolbert (extract from New Yorker magazine) 70.5-70.8
   'Utility and beauty in design' 60.6, 60.8
   'Utility and beauty in design', comments on 61.6-61.7
   views, see views
   visit to Cornish and Wilkes garden 80.13-80.15
   visual elements in, see visual elements in design
   vs. landscaping (Parry) 70.26
   'The way we were', on Green Web Sydney (reprinted from SMH) 26.5-26.6
   'Where eagles drift' (Finnie) 63.7-63.9
   workshop handout (Hambrett) 67.12-67.16
   Wynen and Vanzetti garden 78.24-78.27
garden design ideas 14.13-14.14
   for fun -- a gaudy small park 10.17, 11.15
   for fun -- a low daisy garden 8.19
   for fun -- a plant and how you would use it 11.15
   for fun -- extremes of design 19.14
   for fun -- primary school 11.17, 12.15, 13.6-13.7
   for fun -- small square courtyard 16.14, 17.16
   garden of Joan Barrett (Melbourne) 15.13
   small rainforest area 17.16
garden design movements, see history
garden design philosophy
   'Design philosophy behind "The Sorn" (Campbell) 18.6-18.7
   'The ethics of non-indigenous native plants' (Marriott) 11.8
   'Gardening ethics' (Snape) 52.10
   Ian Percy 5.12
   'More than garden etiquette' [ethics of gardening; water tanks] (Larkin) 51.4-51.5
   'More than garden etiquette' [ethics of gardening; water tanks] (Larkin), comment on 52.10-52.11
   'Second Nature' by Michael Pollan [garden ethic] 22.11-22.12
   'Sinatra in the garden' 19.6
   websites on gardening ethics 52.11
garden design problems
   see also specific problems, eg clay soils
   'Awkward plants' [no suppression of growth beneath] (Simmons) 15.16-15.17
   frost hardiness 12.17
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) [compacted, competition, high pH, sandy] (Bond) 17.10-17.12
   'Low shrubs with white flowers for around a birdbath' (Houseman) 17.3
   plants for dry, shady areas 12.17
   practical questions for visit to Joan Barrett's garden 17.21
   'Siting of Australians images?' (Howes) 12.17
garden design projects 4.9, 14.15-14.16
   see also names of garden owners
   aims of 1.6-1.7
   'Canberra Branch plans to design a garden' (Pipitone) 56.9
   Friends of Gardiner's Creek Valley, Dunlop Street Reserve 11.17, 13.2, 13.3-13.4, 14.15, 28.18
   Jacquie Winder's new garden 6.4
   Jenny Davidson's property (Thomlinson and Dempsey) 18.7-18.9
   Jill and Tony Judd (NE Vic) 20.19
   Kay Dempsey 15.20
   Kennedys (NE Victoria) 5.16-5.17, 19.20, 21.7, 21.8
   Margaret Garrett's garden 7.5-7.6
   Ormond East Primary School 11.17, 12.15, 13.6-13.7, 14.15, 27.12-27.13
   reports on 2.9-2.10, 3.10
   South West Water Authority garden (Warrnambool, Vic) 13.3-13.4
   'Suggestions for planting Gloria Thomlinson's garden' (Datson) 22.14
   VET Horticulture Certificate 62.9-62.10
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) 7.4-7.5
   Wendy Geale's garden 12.13, 14.15
Garden Design Seminar (1997) 19.4-19.9
   'Design in gardens' (Burgess, reported by Drew) 19.5
   'Designing for wildlife' (Ondinea, reported by Herrmann) 19.8-19.9
   editorial on 19.1
   finances 19.19
   'Overall view of GDSG weekend seminar' (Larkin) 19.4
   'Plants as form' (Thompson, reported by Buchanan) 19.5-19.6
   'Putting it into practice' (Stone, reported by Larkin) 19.7-19.8
   'Putting it on paper' (Drew, reported by Roberts) 19.6-19.7
   'Sinatra in the garden' (Sinatra, reported by Snape) 19.6
   'Visual elements in design' (Burgess, reported by Snape) 19.4
Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
   10-year anniversary of, and invitation for new group leader 40.20
   activities planned at Canberra conference 93.1
   activity of (Robinson) 67.6-67.7
   aims of 1.1, 4.4, 5.2, 20.4, 21.3-21.4, 22.4, 23.4, 24.5, 36.6, 52.22-52.23, 54.7-54.8, 54.20-54.21, 55.3, 55.19, 59.17
   'All about study groups' (Walter) 63.4-63.5
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' [history of group] (Snape and GDSG) 36.5-36.7
   Ben Walcott as new leader of 81.1-81.2
   book published by, see 'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants'
   car sticker suggestion 40.3
   committee 7.16
   donation to WAMA 88.1
   ethics of commercial promotion 53.6-53.8, 54.5-54.6
   executive changes in NSW 79.1
   'First GDSG S.A. branch meeting' (Lee) 15.18
   founding members, list of 41.21-41.22
   garden photo competition, see photo competition
   GDSG badge or T-shirt suggested 39.18
   glossy leaflet proposed 39.19
   Internet cam meetings proposed 66.7
   Jo Hambrett retiring as leader of 81.1-81.2
   library 6.6, 8.3, 15.22, 16.17
   logo competition 3.15, 4.20, 5.1, 5.18-5.19, 6.19
   members' letters, see members' letters
   membership, see membership details
   membership fees and newsletter options 91.1
   mission statement 20.4, 21.3-21.4, 22.4, 23.4, 24.5
   NSW Study Group leader sought 62.2
   on SGAP website 11.12
   plans for second book 69.1, 75.1, 76.19
   professional members, see professional members
   proposal to change Study Groups to Interest Groups 76.19
   Queensland group proposed (Smith) 64.6-64.7
   requests for assistance, see also garden design projects 3.14, 4.21, 6.22
   Ros Walcott as new newsletter editor 81.1-81.2
   seminars, see Garden Design Seminar (1997)
   slide library 4.8-4.9, 5.2, 5.4, 6.5, 7.7, 9.3, 14.8, 15.22, 16.17
   special interests of group members 36.3
   subscription renewals delay 26.1
   support of gardens by 29.18
   'Survey of NSW members' (Hambrett) 14.19
   thank you to Diana Snape 41.20, 42.1, 42.3
   'Thoughts from our new NSW leader' (Hambrett) 9.19-9.20
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) 7.4-7.5
   weekend at Warrnambool (March 15-17 1996) 11.18, 12.2-12.3, 13.3-13.6
   whether ANPSA membership required 69.3-69.4
   whether SGAP membership required 10.3-10.4, 11.3
   why I joined (Barbara Buchanan) 3.3
Garden Design Study Group newsletter
   10-year anniversary of, and invitation for new editor 40.20
   articles to website 54.20
   colour photos in 83.1, 85.23, 86.20
   communication through 68.21
   correspondence about 88.2
   cost of colour printing 64.6
   electronic newsletters to APS groups 79.1, 80.4-80.5
   email newsletter feedback 45.4, 46.3, 51.1, 51.3, 51.20, 52.3, 54.24
   feedback from members 84.2-84.3
   first 60 issues on CD 63.3
   'The general or the particular?' (Snape) 40.14
   header by Lawrie Smith 62.2
   header redesigned by Lawrie Smith 63.1
   index by Glenda Browne 70.1, 71.1, 71.4, 71.9, 93.1
   index by Maxine Armitage 13.16, 14.5, 17.15, 24.20
   index proposed 54.5, 54.8-54.9, 55.3, 66.1
   Jo Hambrett retiring as editor of 79.1, 80.1-80.2
   library copies 95.1
   membership fees and newsletter options 91.1
   newsletter online 70.1, 71.1, 71.4, 71.9
   newsletter online, no lag period 89.1
   past copies of 35.3
   photographs for 76.18-76.19
   photos in 68.1
   privacy issues 68.1
   Queensland contributions in 94.2
   Ros Walcott becomes editor of 79.1
   size requirements for photos for 88.1
   Snape returns as editor 54.1
   submission of articles on disc for 13.11
   thanks to volunteers 41.19
   themes for 7.7, 54.21
Garden Design Study Group website 45.4, 46.3, 49.1, 51.1, 51.3, 52.3, 54.20-54.21, 59.3
   garden photos on 64.3
   "Garden Snapshots" 84.1, 94.1
   hit counter statistics 77.3
   home page and membership form 64.3
   letters on 72.4
   newsletter articles to 54.20
   newsletters and index online, see Garden Design Study Group newsletter
   photographs for 76.18-76.19
   photos for 69.1
   privacy issues 68.1
   professional promotion on 53.6-53.8, 54.5-54.6
   records of garden design, see records of garden design
   support from ANPSA requested for 69.1
garden designers, see also gardeners; professional members
   'Gordon Ford: The Natural Australian Garden' by Gordon Ford with Gwen Ford, reviewed by Diana Snape 28.15
   'Growing designs' [design briefs] (Paul Thompson) 32.4-32.5
   'Growing designs' [design briefs] (Paul Thompson), comments on 33.12-33.14
   'Historic gardens in Melbourne' [Olive Mellor] (Snape) 30.13-30.14
   lack of use of Australian plants by (Smith) 66.5-66.6
   letter in search of a landscaper (Frawley) 39.3
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.13-94.20
   'Olive Mellor and 'Woodend Bent'' (Percy) 31.5
garden development, see also existing gardens
   ''Renewal and garden design' (Larkin) 55.5-55.7
   'As Time Goes By' (Larkin) 76.9-76.10
   'Betty Maloney's garden -- a quintessential "bush garden"' 16.10
   'Change, in landscapes and gardens' (Snape) 68.9-68.10
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?' (Snape) 49.8-49.11
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?' (Snape), comments on 50.11-50.12
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   'Design.....and sticking to it' (Hambrett) 64.10-64.11
   'Design.....and sticking to it' (Hambrett), responses to 65.6-65.7
   'Garden design over time in a temperate climate' (Snape) 15.14-15.15
   growth rates and spacing 6.8
   'In - Decision' (Buchanan) 63.10-63.11
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin) 40.13-40.14
   letters about 67.3-67.4
   meeting reports 66.24-66.26
   plant succession 3.12
   'A short history of my garden's development' (Larkin) 22.7-22.8
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin), comment on 41.16
   'When Disaster Strikes…' (Walcott) [damage from falling trees] 95.1-95.3
Garden Drum
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.9-95.12-4
   'An extraordinary glasshouse' 91.12
   'Are we afraid of our own landscapes?' 92.8
   Australian landscape design awards 2014 (Stewart) 88.17
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   'Burnley Living Roofs' (Catherine Stewart) 86.7
   'Burnley's new gates' 91.18
   'Californian drought worsens' 89.14-89.15
   'Can south-east Australia expect drought soon?' (Layt) 88.5-88.6
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.9-91.12
   'Dire predictions for Melbourne's trees' 90.13
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10-93.13
   'Greening Grey Britain' 90.14
   'How to grow Australian orchids for a stunning display' (excerpt from) 93.14-93.16
   'King's Park floral clock restored' 96.5-96.6
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.13-94.20
   'New UK National Pollinator Strategy' 89.18
   'Research shows long term benefits of living near greenspace' 86.10-86.11
   'South and east Australia: be 'Godzilla' El Niño ready!' (Stewart) 92.7
   'State of the World's Plants report issued by Kew Gardens' 95.9
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' (Stewart) 90.8-90.10
   'Tiny daisy gives Western Australia its 10,000 native plant species' 92.7-92.8
   Walcott garden in Dec 2013 edition of 85.5
   'Who leaves $100 million to a garden library?' 88.14
garden features (inanimate), see hard landscaping; sculpture in gardens; surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
garden libraries, see libraries
garden maintenance, see maintenance
garden photo competition, see photo competition
Garden Preservation Fund
   proposal for (Buchanan) 52.3
   proposal for (Buchanan), response to 53.3, 53.5-53.6
garden records, see records of garden design
garden rooms, see outdoor rooms/garden rooms
garden service plans, see maintenance
garden shows, see flower and garden shows
garden types, see classification of garden types
garden visits
   see also name of garden or gardener, or name of State, eg, ACT gardens
   see also Open Garden Scheme
   see also tours
   Bass garden (seminar 1997) 19.9
   Beechworth, Victoria 7.8-7.9
   Blayney area 62.16-62.20, 80.5-80.11
   Bolwarra (Geoff & Ann Long) 67.27-67.28, 68.22
   Canberra GDSG and Sydney GDSG Visit to Blayney/Bathurst 85.14-85.19
   Cockburn garden (Dural, NSW) 18.18-18.19
   'Comments box' feedback on (seminar 1997) 19.9
   'exotic garden' (seminar 1997) 19.9
   Friends of Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney to GDSG gardens 44.14
   'A garden design with a difference' (Simmons garden, Qld) (Keena) 8.18-8.19
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
   'Garden visits in Melbourne' (Webb) 29.11
   gardens in Italy (Dempsey) 15.20
   gardens overseas (Garrett) 15.20
   Hambrett garden (Dural, NSW) 18.18-18.19
   Hollidays' gardens (SA) 19.21
   incomplete 47.16-47.17
   Jenny and Ian Davidson (NE Victoria) 19.20
   Joan Barrett's garden 17.21
   John Hunt's garden (Kenthurst, Sydney) 4.6
   Joyce Garden, Melbourne 2.5
   Judy's garden (Sydney) 19.20
   'Kuring-gai Cottage and Jill Rossiter' (Sydney) (Buchanan) 10.13-10.14
   Linda Floyd's garden (seminar 1997) 19.9, 20.2, 20.3
   Margaret Knox's garden (seminar 1997) 19.9
   Maureen's garden (Sydney) 19.20
   meeting at Snape's garden 29.18
   Newcastle garden visits 69.16-69.18, 73.17-73.20
   'Paul Thompson's garden' (Larkin) 28.10
   Peg McAllister's garden 6.12
   proposed for Queensland 94.2
   'Report of GDSG (NSW) South Coast weekend 27-28 May 2000' 30.21-30.22
   Shirley Cam's garden (Vic) (Weekend Australian report) 20.12
   study group aims and 1.1
   'Sydney gardens' (Hambrett) 24.8, 24.10
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
   'Visit to Shirley Carn's garden' (Snape) 96.17-96.19
   visitors' sense of 'ownership' of gardens 73.12-73.13
   'Visits to Queensland gardens' (Kennedy) 28.13
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) 7.4-7.5
   Wendy Mackie's garden (Sydney) 19.20-19.21
   'What is a garden? Report of Sydney branch visit to Bolwarra February 15, 1997' (Long) 17.19-17.20
   Yarra open garden for Oxfam (letter) 96.1
gardeners, see also garden designers
   'The collector and the designer' (Hambrett) 44.10-44.11
   'Collectors v. designers' (Buchanan) 44.8-44.10
   'Dilemmas of a designer' (McCoy) [working with clients] 89.11-89.14
   'The education of a gardener' book reviews 17.14-17.15, 20.14
   'Gardeners: Encounters with Exceptional People' by Diana Ross 76.17-76.18
   'Gardening urges -- in the DNA?' (Densley) 23.6
   health issues from infections (Gunter) 43.17-43.19
   'How to get a "fresh" look at your own garden' (Larkin) 43.10
   'Introducing my gardener identity' (Eskdale) 40.8-40.9
   moving on, see leaving a garden
   'plantsmen' vs 'gardeners' 73.12, 74.18
   'Second Nature' by Michael Pollan (on garden ethic) 22.11-22.12
   versus landscapers 57.22
'gardenesque' design
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.4
gardenias 3.8
gardening
   ''The Oxford Companion to Australian Gardens' book review 42.19
   as a contrived activity 18.7
   health benefits of 43.17-43.19
   health issues from infections (Gunter) 43.17-43.19
   more money spent on than gambling 37.3
   need of gardeners for (Buchanan) 22.5-22.6
   'The Persistence of Gardening in the Inner City' (Melbourne Conversations) 37.2-37.3
   'Reaping the rewards' by Fleur Kreel [health and financial benefits] 23.12
   reasons for (letter) (Howes) 39.3
   reduced dementia from 54.19
   'Slow gardening' (Larkin and Snape) 54.17
   'A talking garden' [musings on gardening] (Woodroffe) 6.19
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' (Stewart) 90.8-90.10
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 2' (Larkin) 74.7-74.8
'Gardening Australia'
   Ann Raine on 59.1, 59.13
   Bettina Digby on 47.3
   Diana Snape on 24.20
gardening tools
   for pruning 43.12, 48.19
gardens, see also Australian gardens; garden visits; Open Garden Scheme
   see also gardens by State, eg ACT gardens
   see also names of countries, eg Italy
   'Around the World in 80 Gardens' (TV show) 67.23-67.26
   Koroit Court House garden 6.3
   list of recommended 4.8
   'Modern gardens' (Buchanan) 68.10-68.11
   purposes of 20.7
   real estate resale value and (Webb) 23.16
   'Reaping the rewards' by Fleur Kreel [health and financial benefits] 23.12
   'What is a garden?' (Grant) 22.3
   'What is a garden?' (Grant), responses to 23.3
   'What is a garden?' (NE Vic Branch) 54.13-54.15, 54.22-54.23
gardens and bush in harmony, see boundaries of gardens; indigenous gardens
gardens for living, see outdoor rooms/garden rooms
Gariwerd Ranges, see Grampians/Gariwerd Ranges
Garnett, Tom
   on garden renewal 73.2
Garnham, Peter & Wilma 10.1, 11.1, 12.1, 13.2, 14.2, 15.2, 16.1, 17.1, 18.2, 19.19, 20.20, 21.20, 22.21-22.22, 24.19, 26.18, 27.21, 28.20, 29.19-29.20, 30.22, 32.19
   death of Peter 73.1
   'Designing the local landscape' by Paul Thompson (Garnham) 12.8
   garden design projects 11.17, 13.3-13.4, 14.15
   'Historic gardens in Melbourne' (Snape) 30.12-30.13
   letters from 66.3
   Lubra Bend Homestead, Yarra Glen 66.6-66.7
   on New Park by Paul Thompson 36.18
   Open Garden Scheme 12.18, 14.16, 15.1
   'A real courtyard garden' 57.8
   'Rock-making with Geoff Sitch', photos by Peter Garnham 13.17
   search for replacement as treasurer 31.21
   slides of Arizona gardens 22.5
Garrett, Margaret 13.16
   'From the owner's (and future designer's) point of view' 23.10
   'Margaret Garrett's new garden -- using the criteria of the three Rs' 23.9-23.10
   move to Blue Mountains 34.19
   on gardens overseas 15.20
   'One GDSG project: a personal account' 7.5-7.6
   'The realities of making a garden' (Garrett) 18.11
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) 7.5
GDSG, see Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
Geale, Wendy
   garden design projects 12.13, 14.15
Geary, Judith
   description of garden of 44.21
   visit to garden of (Persse) 44.21-44.22
geckos, see wildlife in the garden
Gee, Kay
   Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 21.8
Geelong Botanic Gardens
   'Geelong's 21st Century garden' (Arnott) 42.8
   report on 42.21, 49.19-49.20
George, Alex
   Sturt's Desert Pea naming controversy 30.20
George Pentland Botanic Gardens (Frankston, Victoria) 9.3, 57.22-57.23, 58.19-58.20
Geraldton Wax, see Chamelaucium (Geraldton wax)
Gerber, Audrey
   'Principles of Pruning' 42.10-42.13
Gibson, Molly
   'An Interview with Professor Richard Clough' (Hambrett) 50.6
glass pebbles, see surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
glasshouses, see built environment in gardens
Glaxo gardens
   visit to planned 59.17, 62.21
Glen Era Environment Group 28.4
Glenbrook Native Plant Reserve
   visit to 48.20
global warming, see climate change
globalisation of gardening, see Australian gardens; international gardens
Glover, John (painter)
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
Godman, Bill
   tour of Stockinbingal cemetery 53.19
golf, see Freake, Malcom and Monika; Putting Green Garden
Golf Links Estate, see Elliston Estate
Gondwana plants, see Southern Hemisphere (Gondwana plants)
Gordon, Dave
   'Visits to Queensland gardens' (Kennedy) 28.13
Gore, Louise
   'Integration of Australian plants in a large, formal garden' 13.8, 14.7, 15.8
Gorman, Cathy & Mike
   visit to garden of (Borrell) 44.20-44.21
Gornall, Ron
   letter from 88.2
Gowing, Linda
   on Kew Gardens 41.3
Grace, Trudy
   letters from 7.13, 7.15
grafting, see also horticultural uses of Australian plants
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.23-89.26
   garden visits, Camden area 66.29
   standard grevilleas for display (Simmons) 21.13
Graham, Peter
   design ideas -- for fun 7.15
   'Designing with success' 11.15
   'The velocity of running water' (wetlands) 10.12
Grampians Wildlife Art Society
   visit to WAMA site 88.21-88.23
   WAMA proposal for new botanical gardens for regional Victoria and 86.3, 87.16, 88.1
Grampians/Gariwerd Ranges
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10-93.13
   proposal for new botanical gardens for regional Victoria 86.2-86.6, 87.16, 88.1
   report on visit to garden of 89.21
   report on visit to gardens in 88.21-88.26
   visit to WAMA site 88.21-88.23
'Grannes'
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10-93.13
Grant, Faisal 23.3
   'What is a garden?' 22.3
   'What is a garden?', responses to 23.3
graphics (landscape drawing), see drawing
Graptophyllum excelsum (letter-leaf or scarlet fuchsia)
   for mini-hedges 1.8
grasses, see also lawn
   article in Australian Horticulture 30.15
   'Australian native grasses' (Snape) 55.12-55.13
   cemeteries 53.11-53.12
   'The challenge of creating a grassland/grassy woodland garden in Canberra, part 1' (Anderson) 18.10-18.11
   'cleaning up' tufted grasses 22.18
   'Creating a grasslands garden' (Shears) 17.8
   CSU Environmental Studies research into 45.20
   cutting into mounds (Rennick) 31.19
   for open areas 2.8-2.9
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.16
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.5-94.8
   ''Half a Chance', Rosalind Smallwood's garden at Point Lonsdale' (Webb) 28.11
   'Horizontal divisions in a garden' (Snape) [bare ground between plants] 24.7
   'Individual Grasses and Grass-like Plants' (Snape) 51.9-51.10
   Jenny Davidson's garden design project 18.7-18.9
   'Landscaping - do we need lawns in suburbia?' (Howes) 44.11-44.12
   'Lawns of Australian Grasses' (Snape) 51.8-51.9
   maintenance of large grassy area (Gore) 14.7
   'More on the lawn debate' (Larkin) 45.12-45.13
   'My trunk garden' (Hambrett) 66.13-66.14
   National Botanic Gardens 74.14-74.15
   'The Native Grass Menagerie' (Watson) 48.16
   'Native grasses for Australian gardens' book review 66.22-66.23
   'Native grasses: should we eat them or smoke them?' (Prescott) 48.16-48.17
   'Olive Mellor and 'Woodend Bent'' [Agrostis] (Percy) 31.5
   Parliament House gardens (Canberra, ACT) 6.16-6.17
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.2-89.9
   'Snowgrass and spinifex tussocks' (Cuneo) 42.15
   Stipa spp. as bamboo substitutes (Tratt) 46.3-46.4
   Stockinbingal cemetery 53.19
   'Summer in the garden' [shaded areas] 43.13
   'Survival of Microlaena stipoides (weeping grass)' (Buchanan) 11.11
   'Trying a mini-grassland' (Snape) 56.20
   'Turf Wars' by Kolbert (extract from New Yorker magazine) 70.5-70.8
   'Use of native grasses in landscaping' (Courtney) 11.10-11.11
   weeping grass (Microlaena stipoides) lawn 14.13
   'What is 'Woodend Bent'?' [Agrostis] (Handreck) 31.6
gravel, see surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
Gray, Marilyn 14.18
   'Australian Plant Garden Network' 15.4
   'Establishing a picture garden at Karwarra Garden' 14.5
   report of meeting at Karwarra 30.21
Great Britain
   'Greening Grey Britain' 90.14
   'Historic English Houses and Gardens and the ASGAP Garden Design Study Group' (Hambrett) 60.4-60.6
green roofs, see roof gardens and green roofs
green walls, see vertical gardens
greenhouse effect, see climate change
Greening Australia Seminar 2002: 38.1
   'Messy Ecosystems, Orderly Frames' 38.5-38.6
Greer, Germaine
   article in 2008/09 OGSG 63.6
Grevillea spp., see also Illawarra Grevillea Park (NSW)
   birds and 21.17
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' (Johnson) 93.4
   description of Grevillea endlicheriana 22.18
   garden visits, Camden area 66.28-66.29
   'Go Smell the Natives' (Houseman) 76.14
   grafting standard grevilleas for display (Simmons) 21.13
   'Grevilleas' (Snape, from 'The Age') 72.10-72.11
   'Grevilleas for cottage gardens' 18.16
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.11-72.12
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.16-86.18
   'Landscaping with grevilleas' [SE Aust] (Marriott) 10.9-10.11
   letter from Koji Miyazaki 76.3
   'Noake's Garden, near Nowra, NSW' (Walcott) 96.21-96.23
   photo of G.petrophiloides 85.26
   questionnaire about 80.16-80.17
   severe pruning 9.17
   'Traceries and Layers in the Garden' (Walcott) 90.11-90.12
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.22-93.23
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.25, 90.27
   visit to Walcott garden 84.24, 84.26
Griffin, Robert
   'A Garden to commemorate the Centenary of Federation' 42.6
   'The wood for the trees' [early timber trees] 42.18
Grimm, Juan
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9, 52.12
ground covers, see also lawn
   between trees and on nature strip 78.26
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.10
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.10
   dryandras 9.4
   easy to propagate plants (SA; letter) 75.3
   for large open areas 2.8-2.9
   'A garden design with a difference' [Simmons garden, Qld] 8.18-8.19
   grass replaced with gravel (Durbridge) 22.13
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] (Snape) 56.13-56.14
   'Green paving' (Murray) 39.17
   'Ground cover -- advocacy over-rated' (Simmons) 38.8-38.9
   'Groundcovered' (Harris) 57.13-57.14
   'Horizontal divisions in a garden' (Snape) [bare ground between plants] 24.7
   'In love with groundcovers - words and photos' (Larkin) 88.6-88.10
   inanimate, see mulches and mulching; surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
   'Landscaping with grevilleas' (Marriott) 10.9-10.11
   leaf litter (Evans) 22.13
   'My favourite groundcover' [definition of groundcover] (Snape) 32.15
   'My favourite groundcover' (Lawrence, St Clair, Webb, Pymble, James) 32.15-32.16
   'My favourite groundcover' (Melbourne meeting) 32.16
   open space and 3.12-3.13
   'Organic mulch' [living mulch] (Melbourne meeting) 30.5
   'Planning for all-year colour' (Snape) 13.14
   'Plants for steep banks' (Roberts) 24.15-24.16
   'Propagation, repetition and design' (Snape) 71.10-71.11
   'A "secret" garden' [living carpets] (Densley) 28.7-28.9, 29.9-29.10
   'Something old, something new' (Webb) 64.9-64.10
   'Strategic planning and design for weed control' (Smith) 8.8-8.9
   street plantings 8.19
   swamp wallaby enjoying native violet flowers (Morton) 39.3
   'An unexpected groundcover' (Simmons) 10.19
   'A very hardy ground cover' (Howes) 13.16
   weeds in lawn replacements (Buchanan) 13.15
ground plans, see planning
group planting, see mass planting
Grow it Gold (software) 23.14
Grow What Where
   'Drain-cloggers' (Barrett) 29.5
growth rates, see also garden development
   spacing and 6.8
Guenzel, Margaret
   'Plants' adaptation to drought' 34.13-34.14
Guest, Sarah
   The Age, on indigenous plants 36.18
guided tours, see garden visits; tours
Guilfoyle, William
   'The nostalgia factor' (Simmons) 17.6
guinea-flowers, see hibbertias
Gullan, Paul
   'Viridans CD ROM biological database' (Rennick) 31.13-31.14
Gunn, Bill
   list of trees for street planting 6.7
Gunn, Doris
   'Grey and silver plants in the Australian garden' 13.12-13.13
   list of books for small gardens 6.6
Gunter, Caroline 16.17
   'A Composition in Green and White' [small gardens] 85.8-85.9
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005 -- A Gardener's Response' 52.12-52.13
   Balgowlah garden visits 79.17-79.18
   book reviews 64.13
   'Caroline Gunter's Arid Country trip' 70.19-70.21
   'The Cockburn garden' 18.19
   description of Grevillea endlicheriana 22.18
   meeting reports 61.19-61.20, 62.16-62.18
   'My Acacia fimbriata and me' 43.17-43.19
   on Cootamundra weekend 53.11-53.12
   'Report on the June 26 2004 visit to Mt Annan Botanic Gardens' 47.20-47.21
   report on visit to NSW gardens 44.18-44.20
   Sydney plant lists 18.17, 19.17-19.18
   'That narrow courtyard garden' 36.11
   'Visits to country gardens' 64.12-64.13
Guymer, Sue
   report on visit to Gallant Garden, Montrose 84.21-84.22
Gymea Lily, see Doryanthes spp.
habitat areas, see wildlife in the garden
hail damage
   'After the Hailstorm' by Larkin 7.14-7.15
   'As Time Goes By' (Larkin) 76.9-76.10
   'Pruning again' (Larkin) 70.17-70.18
Hailstone, Pam
   'Integration of Australian plants in a large formal garden' 15.8
Hakea spp. 4.3
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.4
   H. 'Burrendong Beauty' 70.13-70.14
   'Hakeas in our garden' (Snape) 7.12
   suggested for landscape or garden design 5.6
Halabi, Karen
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden' (Sydney Weekly Courier) 47.7-47.8
'Half a Chance' (Smallwood's garden), see Smallwood, Rosalind
Hall, Cheree
   garden planning 35.4-35.5
   on 'new plants in the marketplace' (letter) 48.3
   'Report on a garden and an Open Garden' 33.14-33.15
   report on meeting 36.18-36.19
Hall, Fiona
   National Gallery of Australia fern garden 23.13, 26.9-26.10, 32.8
Hall, Jan & Alan
   'Colour scheme garden with a flurry of white' 22.14-22.16, 22.17
   'Comments on the Open Gardens it was my great pleasure to visit' 27.14
   'Concept design for a tapestry garden' 57.6-57.7
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' 17.17-17.18
   'Eremophilas from the desert' 27.19
   'Favourite indigenous plants' 31.16-31.17
   'Feature plants' 31.17
   'Flurry of white plants -- hardy' 22.15
   garden plans for Helen and John van Riet 40.16
   garden visits 69.14
   'Green world' 36.14
   'Jan & Alan Hall's 'no-water' drought resistant garden' (Moore) 59.11-59.12
   'Low hedges' 10.17-10.18
   meeting reports 35.20-35.21, 36.17, 39.18-39.19
   'Mulching -- A Country Perspective' 57.15
   'Pioneer Museum, Mulwala' 15.6
   'Planting under established eucalypts' 7.9-7.10
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra), letter about 91.5-91.8
   'A pleasing blend of flower colours in May' 10.18-10.19
   'Pruned formality' 18.14
   role in helping APS members 49.12
   'Seasonal Changes at Yarrawonga' 45.10-45.11
   thank you to Diana Snape 42.1
   update and pictures of garden of 96.3-96.4
   visit to garden of 51.18-51.19, 72.17
   visit to Geelong Botanic Gardens 42.21
   'What is a garden?' (NE Vic Branch) 54.14-54.15
   'Winter sun, summer shade with clematis' 18.16
Halliday, Ivan
   'Heat-tolerant plants' 70.12-70.14
Hambrett, Jo 10.19-10.20, 13.16, 14.18, 15.17
   as new leader and editor 42.1, 42.3
   'An Australian 2000 Garden Design Competition?' 17.10
   'Australian Garden History Conference, Sydney. Oct. 04' 48.13-48.14
   'An Australian style garden' 31.8-31.9
   'Blending native and exotic plants to make a spiritually harmonious space' 35.6-35.7
   book reviews 15.10, 17.14-17.15, 22.11-22.12, 42.19, 47.14, 63.15
   'Boongala Gardens, Kenthurst' 56.17-56.18
   'A brief overview of the Hambrett & Cockburn gardens' 18.18-18.19
   'The collector and the designer' 44.10-44.11
   'Creating a mosaic landscape in the garden?' 63.10
   'Death of a Garden -- a Change in the Landscape' 42.17
   'Death of a Garden -- a Change in the Landscape', comments on 43.4
   'Design as an ongoing experiment' 36.8
   'Design.....and sticking to it' 64.10-64.11
   'Design.....and sticking to it', responses to 65.6-65.7
   'The designer's lament' 59.5
   'Extending the view' (Densley), response to 30.18
   'Friends Go Native in Victoria' 48.13
   'Garden art' 30.16
   'Garden design at Dural' [meeting report] 40.17-40.18
   garden visited by Gian Carlo Capello 47.7-47.8
   'GDSG website' 59.3
   'Hindsight and Garden Design' 75.16-75.17
   'Historic English Houses and Gardens and the ASGAP Garden Design Study Group' 60.4-60.6
   'An Interview with Professor Richard Clough' 50.4-50.6
   last editorial 80.1-80.2
   leadership taken on by again - 2008 61.20
   'Leafy sticks -- cordylines and such-like' (Simmons), response to 30.20
   letters from 61.3
   meeting at Rowlands' property, responses to [on formality] 66.11-66.13
   meeting reports 62.18-62.19
   melaleucas, leptospermums and banksias 6.9
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners' 56.18-56.19
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners', responses to 57.4, 57.5
   'Mulching (another Sydney garden)' 30.4
   'My Garden' 75.14-75.16
   'My trunk garden' 66.13-66.14
   'Nature Conservation Trust - Historic Houses Trust NSW' 68.18-68.20
   new GDSG leader and newsletter editor 41.1, 43.4-43.4
   'Norm & Maureen Webb's garden' 31.10, 31.12
   on Editorial Committee 33.1
   Open Garden Scheme 2005 50.13-50.14
   'Pittosporum -- my "bush Nanny"' 30.18-30.19
   plans for second book 69.1, 76.19
   proposals for additional garden design records (letter) 82.2
   records of garden design, criteria for (letter) 71.4-71.5, 74.5
   'Reliable plants' 61.10
   'Report of GDSG (NSW) South Coast weekend 27-28 May 2000' 30.21-30.22
   'Report of meeting on Sunday May 6 2001 at Fernbrook Garden, Kurrajong Heights' 35.20
   Report of Sydney meeting on Sunday August 19 2001 36.18-36.19
   report on 'Native plants (and why I don't use them) in garden design' (Lawson) 14.19-14.20
   report on NSW south coast garden visits 26.9, 26.17
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.9-70.12
   reports on FJC Rogers Seminar 2012 '3D gardening - dream it, design it, do it' 81.2-81.9
   retirement as study group leader 81.1-81.2
   retires as newsletter editor 79.1
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden: a talk to the Friends of the RBG 28-7-04' 48.6-48.12
   'Ros Andrew's garden, "Corymbia"' 55.16-55.17
   'S.E. Coast NSW APS Garden Design Workshop Weekend' 67.9-67.11
   'Some capital Canberra gardens' 65.13-65.15
   'Spirit of the Sydney Bush Garden' 55.16
   'Successful combination of species' 6.14-6.15
   'Survey of NSW members' 14.19
   'Sydney gardens' 24.8, 24.10
   'Thoughts from our new NSW leader' 9.19-9.20
   tour of Mount Annan Botanic Garden with Peter Cuneo 15.18-15.19
   'Utility and beauty in design' (Buchanan), comments on 61.6-61.7
   visit to garden of (Snape) 32.8
   whether ANPSA membership required for GDSG 69.3
   workshop handout 67.12-67.13
   Yanderra news 35.6-35.7, 42.17, 43.15-43.16, 44.14-44.15, 50.6-50.10
   Yanderra on the market 78.1
Hamilton, Jill
   'Hybrid superpowers make slim pickings for wildlife' 37.11
Hampton Court Flower Show, London
   Australian gardeners win at 87.1-87.2
Handke, Bill and Jenny
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.22-91.24
Handreck, Eleanor
   'What is 'Woodend Bent'?' 31.6
Handreck, Kevin
   '20 facts about mulches' 58.9-58.11
   mulches (letter) 58.3
Hansen, Ivy
   'Photographing gardens' 31.7
Hanson, Bev
   Bev Hanson's garden record online 82.1
   'Butterfly gardening' 32.8
   Chelsea Flower Show report 83.1-83.2
   Elliston Estate 57.14-57.15
   garden design projects 13.3-13.4
   'Garden edges' 35.8
   'Garden visits in Melbourne' (Webb) 29.11
   'Glen Iris Design' 85.11-85.13
   'Help! Where do I start?' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.8
   'Japanese Gardens' 87.12-87.14
   Kennedy's garden 74.15-74.16
   meeting at garden of Flora MacDonald (designed by Hanson) 33.18
   meeting at Roberts' garden 29.17-29.18
   memorial for Ellis Stones 78.17, 81.20, 83.1-83.2, 87.16, 88.21
   'Memorial Garden in Rosanna Parkland' 60.6-60.7
   'My favourite Australian plants' 31.15-31.16
   'Our UK experience with Aussie plants' 56.12-56.13
   'Overview of the Hanson garden for the Open Garden Scheme' 25.7
   Peg McAllister's garden 6.12
   'Recording gardens' (James) 90.2
   'Recording Significant Gardens Project' (James) [record of Hanson's garden] 78.4-78.5
   report of meeting at Roberts' garden 24.16-24.17
   report on visit to garden of 89.18-89.20
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.22
   'Use of rocks in the garden' 20.5
   visit to Freake garden 81.19
hard landscaping, see also boundaries of gardens; built environment in gardens; landscaping; lighting in the garden; pathways; surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
   '3D landscape' (computer program) 18.12-18.13, 19.12-19.14, 19.21
   'Decorating the Australian garden' (Swain) 30.18
   'The implications for garden design of medium-density inner-suburban living' (Beilin) 28.5-28.6
   'Modern/formal gardens' (Buchanan) 70.8-70.9
   Mont Albert (McIver's garden) 25.4-25.6
   'Moon gates' (Chinese Garden, Sydney) 20.18
   'Putting it into practice' (Stone) 19.7-19.8
   'Something old, something new' (Webb) 64.9-64.10
   'Straight lines or curves' (Simmons) 19.16-19.17
Hardenbergia spp.
   as understorey (letter) 61.4
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.10
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray) 52.19-52.20
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray), comments on 53.5
   H. violacea 'Candy Wrapper' 60.22
   'Hardenbergia Season!' (McCarthy) 84.8-84.10
hardy plants, see reliable plants
harmony, see also boundaries of gardens; house and garden in harmony; indigenous gardens; repetition; tidiness in gardens; tranquil gardens 18.6-18.7
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen 73.11-73.13
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen, reply to 75.8-75.10
   'A marriage of aesthetics and ecology' (Rowland) 62.14
   'Merely soothing………a few short steps from boring?' by Hambrett 75.9-75.10
   'Research shows long term benefits of living near greenspace' 86.10-86.11
   'The Mood of Gardens and Gardeners' by Yarra 75.8-75.9
Harper, Leanne 16.13
Harrington, Kathy
   Leucochrysum graminifolium (artwork) 49.17
Harris, Lindy 7.9, 7.14
   letters about 75.6
   report of meeting with at Karwarra Garden 72.17, 75.20-75.21
Harris, Sue (Suellen) & Brian
   dementia unit project, group visit to 58.20, 58.22
   dementia unit project (letter) 54.3-54.4, 55.4, 57.3-57.4
   dementia unit project (letter), response to 55.14-55.15
   'Garden bed preparation' 59.3-59.4
   'Groundcovered' 57.13-57.14
   letters from 57.22, 75.6
   'Musings of Mt. Penang' 50.15-50.16
   recommended eucalypts, letter about 91.14
   'Reliable plants' 61.10-61.11
   'Use of royalty money' 57.3
   visit to garden of (Banksia Cottage) 58.22
Harris Hobbs Landscapes
   'New Open Gardens Australia Garden design announced' 91.18-91.19
Harris Hobbs Landscapes (Karina Harris)
   'Garden of Maureen and Bill Mutton, Urambi Village' 60.13-60.15
Hartley, Robyn
   plant combinations 6.14
Harvey, Georgia
   'Expanding aesthetic boundaries of Australian garden design' 66.8
Hay, Alistair
   'Transforming the terrace garden at Mount Annan: An opportunity to explore the relationship of plants and people' 49.13
hayfever, see anti-allergenic gardens
healing gardens, see also aged care facilities
   'Healing gardens' (Scales) 55.14-55.15
health benefits and problems from gardening, see gardening
'Healthy, Wealthy and Wise' (Ch 10) 5.5
heat, see hot weather
heath gardens
   use of term 10.5
Heatherwick, Thomas
   'An extraordinary glasshouse' 91.12
Heawood, Tony
   book reviews 10.11-10.12
hedges, see also coppicing
   'A Touch of Formality' [knots and parterres] (Buchanan) (Growing Australian, v. 56(3)) 82.5-82.6
   alternative to Leucophyta brownii for silver hedge 15.4
   bird-attracting grevilleas 43.12
   'Cottage garden design with Australian flowers in South-East Qld' (Keena) 10.7
   dwarf Acacia pravissima 59.13-59.14
   for commercial buildings (Zanen) 94.4
   GDSG project using dwarf lillipillies proposed 9.17
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.11
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) [tapestry hedge] 86.17
   Leionema "Green Screen" for 45.16-45.17
   leptospermums in (letter) 38.2-38.3
   letters about 61.10
   low hedges 1.7-1.9, 7.9, 8.18, 9.17, 10.17-10.18
   'Report of NE Vic meeting' 37.13
   report on visit to Yarra's garden (Snape) 90.20
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' (Snape) 60.11-60.12, 60.22
   saltbush recommended (letter) 61.3
   westringia (Campbell's garden) 40.8
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 43.16
Heffernan, Kate
   'Australian Plants in Amenity Horticulture' (presented at the 27th ANPSA biennial conference) 84.14-84.16
height variation in gardens, see also screens
   visit to Larkin's garden (Snape) 93.17-93.22
Heinemann, Jeanette
   'Some thoughts on design' 13.15
Hempel, Phil
   'Paddock to Paradise' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.6-81.7
Henry, Robert & Val
   meeting at house of 74.18-74.19
   visit to garden of 75.25-75.26
Herald, Dave
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman' 87.18-87.20
   visit to garden of 93.22-93.26
Herald Sun (Melbourne)
   'Are native flowers better than exotics?' (Snape) 21.11
heritage gardens, see also Garden Preservation Fund; history
   Australian landscape as part of cultural heritage 73.4-73.5
   'Betty Maloney's Garden' (Ludlow) 43.16-43.17
   gardening as cultural heritage (Broadbent) 38.4
   'The growing shame of mondo grass' (Watts) 65.17
   letters about 69.4
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   use of term 10.5
Herrman, Monika
   'Cherree's secret garden' 29.10
   report of Melbourne meeting 21.17-21.18
   'Tough plants for dry conditions' 21.15
Herrmann, Monika
   'Designing a garden on a steep block' 20.19
Hibbertia spp.
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.11
hibbertias
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] (Snape) 56.14
   'Hibbertias -- "You light up my life"' (Simpson) 21.16-21.17
Hibiscus spp. 7.3, 8.15-8.17, 9.2, 28.18
   'Hibiscus geranioides details' [and H. pedunculatus] (Keena) 29.17
Hicks, Bill
   tubestock plantings along riverbanks 34.12
hidden delights (secret gardens)
   'A "secret" garden' (Densley) 28.7-28.9, 29.9-29.10
   visit to Freake garden ('Ideas for a secret garden') 81.12-81.13
High Trees Garden (Avalon, NSW) 10.14-10.15
Hill, Penelope
   Landscape Conference, Melbourne 2002: 40.5
Hill, Robert (Senator)
   Flora for Fauna Project 37.11-37.12
hints, see practical tips
Hirst, John and Hilary
   garden designers 42.20
   visit to garden of [design criteria] 44.17
   visit to garden of (Armstrong) 43.23-43.24
   visit to garden of (Armstrong), feedback on 44.17
   visit to garden of (Roberts) 43.23
   visit to garden of (Roberts), feedback on 44.17
Historic Houses Trust
   'Nature Conservation Trust - Historic Houses Trust NSW' 68.18-68.20
   Professor Richard Clough's library donated to 50.4
history, see also Australian landscape; garden development; heritage gardens
   'Australian Garden History Conference, Sydney. Oct. 04' (Hambrett) 48.13-48.14
   Australian Garden History Society lectures 36.16
   Australian Museum of Gardening, Carrick Hill Trust 91.8-91.9
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' [history of group] (Snape and GDSG) 36.5-36.7
   'Australian Plants in the Designed Landscape' (Latreille) 49.16-49.17
   early collection of grey and silver plants (Gunn) 13.12
   'Expanding aesthetic boundaries of Australian garden design' 66.8
   'Forest Bountiful: settlers' use of Australian plants' book review 72.16
   'Historic English Houses and Gardens and the ASGAP Garden Design Study Group' (Hambrett) 60.4-60.6
   'Historic gardens in Melbourne' (Snape) 30.12-30.14
   'An Interview with Professor Richard Clough' (Hambrett) 50.5-50.6
   'Introducing my gardener identity' (Eskdale) 40.8-40.9
   Landscape Conference, Melbourne 2002 (Latreille) 40.5
   'Napoleon, the Empress & the Artist', book review 45.17
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden: a talk to the Friends of the RBG 28-7-04' (Hambrett) 48.6-48.12
   'Studies in Australian Garden History' book review 45.17
   'The wood for the trees' [early timber trees] (Griffin) 42.18
   'Transforming the terrace garden at Mount Annan: An opportunity to explore the relationship of plants and people' [primitive plants] 49.13
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.4-12.7
Hitchcock, Maria
   'The use of correas in garden design' 37.9-37.11
Hitchmough, James
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9, 52.12
   'Garden design for the 21st century' (conference talk) 5.11
   'The natural garden: Landscape Australia conference' 16.3
Ho He, John
   letter about mulch in cold climates 31.3
Hobbs, Neil
   'New Open Gardens Australia Garden design announced' 91.18-91.19
Hobhouse, Penelope
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.8, 52.12
   'Design as an ongoing experiment' (Hambrett) 36.8
   JRHS -- An 'Australian garden' in England? (Buchanan) 35.12
   on 'The Great Perfection' 73.7
Hodges, Eleanor
   'Glen Iris Design' [design of Jankovic garden by Bev Hanson] 85.11
   Walcott's visit to garden of, and meeting at 85.3, 85.23
Hoffman Walk, see Kevin Hoffman Walk (Lara, Vic)
Hogendyk, Gillian
   'Creating a mosaic landscape in the garden?' (Hambrett) 63.10
Hoile, John
   'Comment on mulches' 59.4
   letters from 60.3
   letters from, response to 61.3-61.4
   search for a lawn alternative (letter) 47.3
   'Survival of Australian plants' 59.8
   'Use of a set maintenance program: maintenance as part of design' 18.8, 18.10
Holland, John
   'Report on the June 26 2004 visit to Mt Annan Botanic Gardens' (Gunter) 47.20-47.21
   'Visit to Mt Annan 27/6/04' (Fairer) 47.18
Holliday, Ivan & Cath
   'For lovers of the Australian landscape' 37.12
   garden visit 19.21
   'Plants for shaded areas near established trees' 26.15-26.16
   'Why is it so?' [plant losses in dry conditions] 36.15-36.16
Holliday, Ray and Miriam
   garden visit 19.21
Home Beautiful
   on Jeff Howe's garden 22.12
Homes, Malcolm & Judy
   garden visits 69.15
Homoranthus prolixus
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.13
Hong Kong
   'Gardens in Hong Kong and Thailand' (Larkin) 38.9-38.10
honours, see awards
Horse Island, Tuross Estuary, near Bodalla
   book about 96.20
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.14-86.19
   inspiration for 'tapestry' planting (Streamer and Herald) 93.24
Horsnell, Leon
   visit to Diana Bennett's garden 75.23-75.24
horticultural uses of Australian plants, see also cultivars; grafting; nurseries
   Australian Horticulture article on 24.14
   'Australian Plants in Amenity Horticulture' (Heffernan) 84.14-84.16
   'Bouquets for the Olympics' (Howes) 32.18
   'Improvement of Ornamental Eucalypts' (Sedgley & Delaporte) 43.15
   Macquarie University, AILDM Awards 2014 [maintenance of lemon-scented gums] 88.17
   'Native Australian Plants: horticulture and uses' book review 18.12
   'A New Image for Australian Plants' book review 41.13-41.14
   'Plant variability (and unreliability)' (Snape) 79.12-79.13
   presentation bouquets to QSO (Jell) 33.4
   role of ACRA 65.21
   section on 'new plants in the marketplace' (letter) (Cheree Hall) 48.3
hot weather, see also climate change; dry areas
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.9-95.12-4
   'Despair and desire - a short diary' 66.19-66.22
   'Dire predictions for Melbourne's trees' 90.13
   'Heat-tolerant plants' (Halliday) 70.12-70.14
   plant losses during 24.20
   'Plants surviving extreme weather conditions' (Snape) 66.17-66.18
   'South and east Australia: be 'Godzilla' El Niño ready!' (Stewart) 92.7
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 1' (Larkin) 74.8-74.9
Hough, Michael (Prof.)
   on indigenous plants for sense of place 38.5
house and garden in harmony, see also boundaries of gardens; built environment in gardens; views
   'An enormous green roof' (Snape) 90.3-90.5
   Andrews and Lloyd's garden 60.18-60.19, 61.4-61.6
   article on Walcott garden for Canberra TImes (Parsons) 88.2-88.4
   biography of Karl Langer 76.8
   'A Cave in the Australian Bush' [Deidre Morton's house] 45.5-45.6
   'Design philosophy behind "The Sorn" (Campbell) 18.6-18.7
   'Designing a garden for views from inside the house' (James) 54.10-54.12
   'Designing for a view from the window' 19.14-19.15
   Elliston Estate 56.9-56.11, 57.14-57.15
   'An exciting local project' [earth-covered house] (Densley) 38.11
   'From the inside looking out' (Larkin) 56.11-56.12
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.21-87.25
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10-93.13
   'Habitat gardens' (Rowland) 87.4-87.6
   'Historic English Houses and Gardens and the ASGAP Garden Design Study Group' (Hambrett) 60.5
   'I see green' [sustainability in cities] (Johnson) 45.6-45.10
   'Inside looking out' (Howes) 55.8, 57.4
   'Inside looking out' (Larkin) 54.9-54.10
   'The Munro Court story from Castlemaine' (Turner & Wild) 61.15-61.16
   'My Special View' (Barrett) 54.12
   'Nature Conservation Trust - Historic Houses Trust NSW' 68.18-68.20
   'Our eco-house and garden' (Rowland) 62.10-62.12
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.9-70.12
   roof gardens, and bushfire threats (letter) (Morton) 39.2-39.3
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' [WA] 39.6
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house] (Johansen) 49.7-49.8, 50.3
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house] (Johansen), comments on 50.10-50.11
   visit to Lewin garden 88.23-88.24
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.23-90.28
   Walcott Garden 65.16
   Woodburn garden, Canberra 65.14
'House on the Hill', Millthorpe
   meeting reports 62.17
Houseman, Annette & John
   book reviews 40.10-40.11
   crosses of C.ficifolia and C.ptychocarpa 33.17-33.18
   '"Dairy Cans" pebbly garden' 58.14, 58.15-58.16
   'A dog, a frog and an owl' (Open Garden Scheme report) 41.10
   'Go Smell the Natives' 76.13-76.14
   'Golden Penda (Xanthostemon chrysanthus) -- a feature plant' 31.17
   letters from 59.4
   'Low shrubs with white flowers for around a birdbath' 17.3
housing developers
   gardens and 69.14
Howell, Jocelyn
   'Pittosporum undulatum -- Traitor or Survivor ?' 42.16
Howes, Jeff 15.17
   2008/09 Open Garden Scheme Guide, articles in (Howes) 63.5-63.6
   'A Cottage Garden Theme - or a few words on colours' 76.12-76.13
   'A must see iconic garden - the National Arboretum Canberra' 83.14-83.15
   'A novel approach to creating a small water feature using a recycled resource' 63.11-63.12
   'Are native plants increasing in popularity?' 65.22-65.23
   as new Treasurer and Membership Officer 62.1, 62.22
   'Australian Cultivar Registration Authority (ACRA)' 65.21
   The Australian Garden, Cranbourne (letter) 62.4
   'Blended gardens' 35.16
   book lists 4.5
   book reviews 11.12, 63.14
   'Borrowed Landscape - a few thoughts' 68.17
   'Bouquets for the Olympics' 32.18
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' 30.7
   design ideas -- for fun -- primary school 13.6-13.7
   'designing THE book' (Nathan), response to 30.2-30.3
   'Experiences with daisies' 4.14
   finishes as Treasurer 73.2
   'Freshly dug soil' 39.16
   'From the gardener's point of view' (on meeting at) 22.20-22.21
   garden descriptions (letter) 51.3
   'Garden design plans online' 58.8-58.9
   'Growing Australian plants for 25 years on clay soils' 39.9-39.10
   'Growing Native Plants for 30 years on Clay Soils' 51.12-51.13
   'Hardy plants for Sydney' (loam over heavy clay) 19.18
   Home Beautiful article on garden of 22.12
   'How Formal should a Native Garden be?' 51.7-51.8
   'How Formal should a Native Garden be?', comment on 52.3, 52.7, 52.11
   'How to grow Australian orchids for a stunning display' 93.14-93.16
   'Indigenous gardens -- a dilemma' 12.14
   'Inside looking out' 55.8, 57.4
   'Inside looking out', comments on 56.11-56.12
   'Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa, Japan' 89.16-89.17
   'Landscaping - do we need lawns in suburbia?' 44.11-44.12
   letters from 35.3, 57.4, 58.3, 59.5, 63.6-63.7, 64.7, 68.4-68.5
   letters from [on kangaroo paws and eucalypts] 93.1-93.2
   'Maintenance' 13.15
   meeting reports 64.15
   meeting reports, responses to [on formality] 66.11-66.13
   'Melaleucas in Sydney' 4.14
   'More on mulch' 60.17
   'Mulch (in a Sydney garden)' 30.3-30.4
   'Mulch and native plants' 58.13-58.14
   'Myrtle rust - be watchful and concerned' 78.10-78.12
   on Cootamundra weekend (and 650 cows) 53.10-53.11
   on seasonal change and reasons for gardening (letter) 39.3
   'One 'Must Know' Principle of Gardening' (don't fight your site) 76.11-76.12
   Open Garden Scheme 26.7-26.8, 36.11-36.12, 38.11-38.12, 39.12, 40.7, 50.13-50.14, 55.13, 59.15-59.16, 67.4-67.5, 68.5-68.6
   photo of garden of in book 30.15
   photos for GDSG book no 2: 75.1
   'Plan for a small courtyard' 20.12
   'Planning and Designing Australian Gardens - A few ideas to get you started' 80.11-80.12
   'Plant selection and fauna issues' 66.17
   'Planting under established eucalypts' 4.9-4.10
   reliable plants 4.10-4.11
   report of visit to garden of 22.20-22.21
   retirement as Treasurer and Membership Officer 73.20
   'Rocks in garden design' 4.9
   'The role of maintenance' 19.16
   'Simple classification of garden styles' 24.4
   'Small trees, large shrubs' 9.15
   'Soils ain't soils and plant selection' 58.17-58.18
   'Soils ain't soils and plant selection' 84.6-84.7
   'Suggested headings and questions for Recording Gardens' 73.5-73.6
   'Ten popular plants' 18.17
   ''Top 10' plants (via 'Gumnuts')' 31.15
   trunk garden using eucalypts (Hambrett), comment on 43.3
   'A very hardy ground cover' 13.16
   visit to Australia by Koji Miyazaki 91.5
   visit to garden of 32.7-32.8, 52.6
   website recommendations 63.7, 64.3, 65.7, 66.3
   'What makes an Australian Garden?' 47.5, 76.10-76.11
   'When to water?' 38.15
   'Why do they plant them?' 18.3
   'Why Grow Australian Plants' 76.16-76.17
   'World Gardens - Is there room for an Australian garden?' 47.4-47.5
   'World Gardens - Is there room for an Australian garden?', addition to 48.3
   'Xeriscape Garden' 55.13-55.14
Howes, Jeff and Glennis
   'Farncombe' garden record 83.4-83.12, 83.23
Hrubos, Charles
   'Comment about growing non-indigenous Australian plants' 41.16-41.17
   'Further suggestions' [design criteria for judging gardens] 29.9
   meeting at house of 41.17-41.18
Hulme, John
   'The greatest indigenous garden' 11.8
   'Limits to design' 16.14-16.15
   'Plant combinations' 11.17
   'Ten years on' 27.13
humour
   'Lawns and God' 36.3-36.4, 46.4-46.5
   'Wildflowering: The life and places of Kathleen McArthur' by Margaret Somerville 48.19
Hunstone, Janine
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' 92.16-92.18
Hunt, John
   visit to garden of 4.6
huon pine, see Athrotaxis (huon pine)
Hurst, Matthew
   Open Garden Scheme 31.13
hybrid plants, see cultivars
hybridisation
   'Grevilleas' (Snape, from 'The Age') 72.10-72.11
icons in gardens, see sculpture in gardens
Iliffe, Mark and Nayana
   'Spirit of the Sydney Bush Garden' (Hambrett) 55.16
Illawarra Grevillea Park (NSW) 15.3
   'Notes from the Illawarra Grevillea Park Society's Newsletter' 26.16-26.17
   report on NSW south coast garden visits (Hambrett) 26.17
   support by GDSG of 29.18
images, see art; sculpture in gardens
impressionist gardens
   'The Impressionist Garden' by Derek Fell, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 21.10
inanimate garden features, see hard landscaping; sculpture in gardens; surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
index to newsletter, see Garden Design Study Group newsletter
India
   'Indian Garden -- "A Spiritual Garden"' (Rose) 42.14
indigenous gardens, see also Australian gardens; gardens and bush in harmony
   'The "dullness" of indigenous plantings? (Pipitone) 38.13
   '"Offshore" -- an indigenous coastal garden' (Webb, on Jane Burke's garden) 33.15
   Alice Springs (letter) 39.4
   Andrews and Lloyd's garden 61.4-61.6
   'Are the locals good enough?' (Snape) 11.7-11.8
   'As others see us', [on using only local plants] (Lloyd), report by Barbara Buchanan 17.13-17.14
   'An Australian landscape design ethos' [article in Landscape Australia] by Bruce Mackenzie 15.15-15.16
   'Blending with the Bush' (Densley) 36.9
   bus tour by Rodger Elliot of indigenous public gardens around Melbourne 15.20-15.21
   'The challenge of creating a grassland/grassy woodland garden in Canberra, part 1' (Anderson) 18.10-18.11
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   Cheree Hall's garden 35.4-35.5
   'Classification of garden types -- native gardens' (Zouliou, Thomson, Snape) 2.2
   'Design as an ongoing experiment' (Hambrett) 36.8
   'Design influences' ['signature' plants] (Percy) 10.12
   'Design of the Keith Moore Habitat Garden' (Naylor) 58.8, 58.21-58.22
   'Designing for Wally [a resident wombat]' (Burns) 11.11
   'Designing indigenous gardens -- my journey' (Doherty) 53.14-53.15
   'Designing with indigenous plants' (Percy) 11.4-11.6
   'Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens' (Knight) 17.3-17.5
   'A formal garden using indigenous flora' (Burns) 15.4-15.5
   'Geelong's 21st Century Gardens' (Arnott) 42.6-42.8
   'The greatest indigenous garden' (Hulme) 11.8
   'An indigenous, coastal garden' (Snape) 4.6-4.7
   'An indigenous garden: "always there is a challenge"' (Rymer) 6.15
   'An indigenous garden of modern industria' (Mewton) 5.18
   'Indigenous gardens -- a dilemma' (Howes) 12.14
   Indigenous Landscape Design Australia website 72.4
   'It works' [on taking risks] (Pfeiffer & Main) 50.12-50.13
   'Landscaping our parks, gardens & roadsides for habitat value: Does it matter if we use exotic, Australian or indigenous plants?' (Ondinea) 11.6-11.7
   letter in search of a landscaper (Frawley) 39.3
   list of earlier articles on (Snape) 11.12
   'Local habitat native gardens' (Rennick) 33.2-33.3
   'Local native habitat gardens' (Rennick and students of Ormond East Primary School) 27.12-27.13
   'A marriage of aesthetics and ecology' (Rowland) 62.12-62.14
   Melbourne's Growing Green strategy 42.14
   Monty Don on 84.11-84.12
   Monty Don on, Ros Walcott's response 84.11-84.12
   'Native, exotic, indigenous' (Marriott) 11.4
   'The natural habitat garden' by Ken Druse with Margaret Roach, reviewed by Ralph Neale 16.12-16.13
   'Paradise by Design: native plants and the new American landscape' book review 39.12
   Parliament House gardens (Canberra, ACT) 6.16-6.17
   'Planning for all-year colour' (Snape) 13.13
   'Putting a regional stamp on Australian garden design' (Simmons) 11.4
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' (Blake) 16.3-16.5
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   'Reliable plants' (Hambrett) 61.10
   'Report of meeting on Sunday March 3 2002' (Geoffrey & Ann Long's garden) 36.18-36.19
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' [Taronga Zoo] (Hambrett) 48.10
   'Roundabout planting design' (Webb) 30.10-30.11
   'Shepherds Bush Local Plant Garden Extension -- Progress Report' (Loft) 36.20-36.21
   'Snowgrass and spinifex tussocks' (Cuneo) 42.15
   sustainability in 21.18
   'The Sydney garden: where is it headed?' (Rowland) 27.5-27.6
   'Travels and design' [Pilbara trip] (Snape) 48.4-48.5
   triple A ratings 5.13
   unpredictable rains in Alice Springs (editorial) 39.1
   use of term 10.19
   'Use of water in the garden: the 3-bucket rainforest revisited' (Keena) 19.10
   visit to Diana Bennett's garden 75.23-75.24
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
   visit to Wybalena Grove by Canberra GDSG 94.23-94.24
   'When is a wild plant a wildplant?' (how local is local?) (Keena) 11.9
indigenous plants
   Australia vs England 37.12
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' (Snape and GDSG) 36.7
   boundaries of 'local' 22.6
   'Comment about growing non-indigenous Australian plants' (Hrubos) 41.16-41.17
   database of Australian plants (Smith) 66.5-66.6
   death of during drought (Perkins) 70.14
   'A display area for Frankston's indigenous plants' (Courtney) 5.7-5.8
   'The ethics of non-indigenous native plants' (Marriott) 11.8
   'Favourite indigenous plants' [northern Victoria] (Hall) 31.16-31.17
   for sense of place (Hough) 38.5
   'A formal garden?' (Snape) 52.11
   from bush re-gen (Hall) 33.14-33.15
   'A garden design with a difference' (Simmons garden, Qld) 8.18-8.19
   Greening Australia Seminar 2002: 38.5-38.6
   hybridisation 41.16
   ideas for scholarship about 64.6
   'The importance of Australia's indigenous plants' (Snape) 4.16-4.19
   'Introducing my gardener identity' (Eskdale) 40.8-40.9
   'Introducing my gardener identity' (Eskdale), comment on 41.16-41.17, 43.5, 44.7-44.8
   Invasive Species Council proposed TV story 66.5
   'Local plants and the ERIN database' (Keena) 23.16
   'Management and manipulation of planted indigenous plants' (Coffey) 12.16
   'Plant ideas' [Victoria] (Rose) 30.20
   problems growing 41.15-41.16
   professional designers' use of (letter) 48.3
   propagation 12.3
   'Provenances' (Buchanan) 11.11-11.12
   Sarah Guest in The Age on 36.18
   Sydney plant lists (Jones) 19.17
   'Ten reliable plants' [ACT] (Murray) 60.9
   use of term 21.8
   'Using the smaller eucalypts in designing our gardens' (Snape) 23.18
   'Viridans CD ROM biological database' (Rennick) 31.13-31.14
   'What is 'Woodend Bent'?' [Agrostis] (Handreck) 31.6
indigenous plants (South Africa) 5.5
individual responses to gardens, see also tidiness in gardens
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen 73.11-73.13
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen, reply to 75.8-75.10
   'Merely soothing………a few short steps from boring?' by Hambrett 75.9-75.10
   'Research shows long term benefits of living near greenspace' 86.10-86.11
   Stephen Anderton on 74.1
   'The Mood of Gardens and Gardeners' by Yarra 75.8-75.9
indoor plants, see container gardens/pot plants
industrial landscapes, see urban environments
infill plants
   'Design categories of plants' (Snape) 62.8-62.9
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.12
informal gardens, see also naturalistic gardens (bush gardens)
   'Help! Where do I start?' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.8
   'Informal gardens - natural by design' (Snape) 69.6-69.8
   'Natural, formal and the world in between' (Snape) 67.8-67.9
   'Oh, our designing ways' (Larkin) 65.12
   'Order, or disorder?' (Snape) 87.7-87.8
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 2' (Larkin) 74.7-74.8
inhospitable plants, see plants for protection
inland gardens, see also coastal gardens
   book chapter about proposed 69.15
insectivorous (carnivorous) plants
   'Fascinating WA pitcher plant' (Elliot) 30.16
insects, see also pests; wildlife in the garden
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' [removing exotics] 96.11
   'Bees - a Worrying Compilation of Evidence' (Walcott) 86.11-86.14
   butterfly garden at Knox Park Primary school 83.20-83.21
   'It's All about the Birds and the Bees' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.7
   'Lizard Lounges and Butterfly Bars' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.5
   'New UK National Pollinator Strategy' (Garden Drum) 89.18
   'Planning and Designing Australian Gardens - A few ideas to get you started' (Howes) 80.12
'inside looking out', see house and garden in harmony; views
instant gardens
   'Instant gardens' (North) 30.15
   quote from Karen Hall at gardendrum.com 84.11
   quote from Karen Hall at gardendrum.com, response to 85.7-85.8
insurance
   for garden visits 40.3
   whether ANPSA membership required for GDSG 69.3-69.4
   whether SGAP membership required for GDSG 10.3-10.4
International Flower and Garden Show, see Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show
international gardens
   'Around the World in 80 Gardens' (TV show) 67.23-67.26
Internet, see websites
introduced plants, see exotic plants
invasive plants, see weeds
Ireland
   'An Australian conifer in Dublin' 21.15
irrigation, see water use
irritant plants
   hibiscuses 8.16
isopogons
   'Noake's Garden, near Nowra, NSW' (Walcott) 96.21-96.22
Italy
   'Ninfa -- an Italian garden with a history' (Floyd) 26.10-26.11
   'What can we learn from Italian garden design?' (Walcott) 81.9-81.12
Jacka, Elizabeth
   'Plant architectronics' 6.20
Jacobs, Elspeth
   recommended eucalypts 91.14
Jacobs, Elspeth & Garry
   garden in 'Great planting' 14.10
   'Pruning again' (Larkin) [comments on talk by Jacobs] 70.16
   visit to garden of 51.19-51.20, 52.24
Jacobs, Genevieve
   discussion with Vlad Sitta 44.5
James, Margaret 56.9
   Bev Hanson's garden record online 82.1
   'Cheryl Southall's garden' 55.15
   'Designing a garden for views from inside the house' 54.10-54.12
   Elliston Estate 52.25, 56.9-56.11, 57.14-57.15
   garden recording by 80.1
   letters from 80.3
   letters from [incorrectly 'Lee' in newsletter] 79.4-79.5
   proposals for additional garden design records (letter) 82.2
   Queensland group proposed (Smith) 61.11
   'Recording gardens' 90.2-90.3
   'Recording Significant Gardens Project' 78.4-78.5
   records of garden design 89.21
   report on garden visits 82.13-82.14
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.21
   'Snape Garden' 87.3, 87.16
   visit to Freake garden 81.19
   visit to Freake garden ('Ideas for a secret garden') 81.12
James, Mark
   'Fern combination' 32.15
   'A temperate Australasian fern gully' (Melbourne area) 14.6
   'Tree roots' 29.6
Jankovic, Debbie and Michael
   Walcott's visit to, and meeting at home of 85.23
Jankovic, Debbie and Michael (and Nicki)
   'Glen Iris Design' [design by Bev Hanson] 85.11-85.13
   Walcott's visit to, and meeting at home of 85.3-85.4
Japan
   letter from Koji Miyazaki 76.1
Japanese gardens
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' (Snape) 66.9-66.10
   Australian plants in (letters) 75.7
   'Defining the elements of Australian garden design' (Durbridge) 15.15
   Grevillea book for (letters) 76.3
   'Japanese Gardens' (Hanson) 87.12-87.14
   'Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa, Japan' (Howes) 89.16-89.17
   Landscape Conference, Melbourne 2002 (Kanekiyo and Takano) 40.5
   'The Gothenburg Botanical Garden' (Yarra) 88.12-88.13
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.7
   visit to Australia by Koji Miyazaki 91.5
   with Australian plants, Warrnambool, Victoria 4.8, 13.4-13.5
Jasminum suavissimum
   as ground cover (Simmons) 38.8-38.9
Jekyll, Gertrude
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.5-12.6
Jell, Elaine
   presentation bouquets to QSO 33.4
Jennings, Colin (Eremophila Study Group) 13.11
Jennings, Paul (author)
   'An exciting local project' (Densley) 38.11
Jervis Bay Garden Competition
   visit to gardens in Vincentia 31.20
Joanne Green Landscape Design
   Norah Elliott's garden 'High Trees' at Avalon NSW 10.14-10.15
Johansen, Beverley
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house] 49.7-49.8
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house], comments on 50.10-50.11
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house], correction to 50.3
John Knight Memorial Park
   'Way-finding' (Pipitone) 55.8-55.9
Johnson, Chris
   'I see green' [sustainability in cities] 45.6-45.10
   'Towards a sustainable future' 46.78-46.11
Johnson, Fiona 93.3
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Autumn 2015' 91.1-91.4
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' 80.5-80.11
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' 93.3-93.5
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - What's Happening in Summer 2015?' (Johnson) 90.3-90.5
   firefighting at Blayney (photo) 85.24
   meeting reports 62.16
   visit to garden of ('Cloudy Hill') 82.18-82.19, 85.14-85.15
   visual barriers for kangaroos 94.3
Johnson, Jenny & Mai
   visit to garden of 55.20, 56.17-56.18
Johnson, Phil
   deisnger of Australian garden at Chelsea Flower Show 83.1-83.2
Johnson, Philip
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.14, 94.18-94.20
Johnson, Phillip
   'A vertical garden in Melbourne' (Snape) 88.14-88.15
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   'Urban Greening and Natural Pools' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.5-81.6
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.12
Johnston, Linda
   'Criteria for describing gardens' 56.15-56.16
   'Criteria for describing gardens', response to 59.10-59.11
Jolson, Stephen
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house] (Johansen) 49.7-49.8, 50.3
Jones, David (Dr)
   "A 'humanised translation of the landscape'" (Crowe and Jones) 27.17-27.18
Jones, Julie & Garry
   'Indigenous + introduced' (Sydney plant lists) 19.17
Jones, Noreen
   letters from 66.7
Joseph Banks Museum (Lancashire) 56.13
Joseph Banks Native Garden (Kareela, Sydney) 4.7
Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society
   Buchanan on 34.10
   May 01 -- An 'Australian garden' in England? 35.12
   May 01 -- What is a 'good' garden? (Viewpoint, by Peter King) 35.12
Joyce, Colin and Liana
   visit to garden of (Melbourne, Vic) 2.5
Judd, Jill and Tony
   garden design project 20.19
   visit to garden of 49.11
judging, see design criteria; garden competitions
Kalfala, Laurant
   'Gardens as a subject for photographers rather than as an object' 77.5
kangaroo paws, see Anigozanthos spp. (kangaroo paws)
kangaroos, see wildlife in the garden
Kapitany, Attila
   'Australian succulent plants in cultivation' 63.13-63.14
   letters from 63.7
Karwarra Garden (Kalorama, Vic)
   2nd biennial seminar, Nov 1994 8.4-8.8
   'Australian plants for the rural and urban environment', Kawarra 1996: 17.7-17.8
   'Establishing a picture garden at Karwarra Garden' (Gray) 14.5
   letters about 75.6
   report of meeting at 30.21, 61.17-61.18, 72.17, 75.20-75.21
   support by GDSG of 29.18
kauris 20.11
Keel, Fleur
   'Mount Annan Botanic Garden -- a sense of place' 18.4
Keena, Colleen
   'Australian tropical plants volume 1, version 2' (CD-ROM review) 15.12
   book reviews 14.9, 18.12
   'Cottage garden design with Australian flowers in South-East Qld' 10.6-10.7
   food from gardens 25.1-25.2
   'A garden design with a difference' (Simmons garden, Qld) 8.18-8.19
   'Hibiscus and hibiscus-like plants and their use in garden design' 8.15-8.17
   'Hibiscus geranioides details' [and H. pedunculatus] 29.17
   letter about potager and cabinet timbers 26.4
   letters from 35.3-35.4
   'Orthosiphon aristatus (Cat's Whiskers)' 36.17
   'Sense and sensuality' 40.12
   'Use of water in the garden: establishing a three bucket rainforest' 9.10
   'Use of water in the garden: the 3-bucket rainforest revisited' 19.10-19.11
   'When is a wild plant a wildplant?' [how local is local]? 11.9, 12.3
keeping records, see records of garden design
Keith Moore Habitat Garden
   'Design of the Keith Moore Habitat Garden' (Naylor) 58.8, 58.21-58.22
Kendal, Dave
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' (Snape) 60.11
Kendall, Tam
   books recommended by 36.13
   'More ideas for courtyards' 36.14-36.15
Kendrick, Christine
   visit to garden of 81.21-81.25
Kennedia spp.
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.10
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray) 52.19
   'Groundcovered' (Harris) 57.13
Kennedy, Barbara & Paul
   Buchanan's report on meeting visit 26.8
   garden design project 5.16-5.17, 21.7, 21.8
   garden visit to (Strathmerton, Victoria) 18.18
   reliable plants 4.11-4.12
   'Small eucalypts for small gardens' 55.12
   small eucalypts (Victoria) -- seed available 22.18
   'Visits to Queensland gardens' 28.13
   'What is a garden?' (NE Vic Branch) 54.15
Kennedy, Christina and Trevor
   book about Horse Island by 96.20
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.14-86.19
   visit to garden of (Snape) 32.8
Kennedy, Helen & Max
   'Garden Design in South America' 75.13-75.14
   meeting at house of 74.15-74.17
Kershaw Gardens (Rockhampton, Qld)
   Webbs' visit to 38.10
Kevin Hoffman Walk (Lara, Vic)
   'The Kevin Hoffman Walk - a Suburban Streetscape' (Snape) 6.12-6.13
   visit to 49.19-49.21
Kew Gardens
   'Our UK experience with Aussie plants' (Hanson) 56.13
   'State of the World's Plants report issued by Kew Gardens' 95.9
Killarney, (Victoria) (Densley's garden), see Densley, Cherree
Kilmore, Victoria
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
King, Pam
   death of 40.20
King, Peter
   JRHS -- What is a 'good' garden? (Viewpoint) 35.12
Kings Park, Perth 70.20
   floral clock 29.13, 96.5-96.6
   'The tragedy of the Bali bombings is now elegantly written into the text of Perth's Kings Park' (Weller) 49.5-49.6
Kirton, Meredith
   article in 2008/09 OGSG 63.6
Knight, Gail
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' 87.21-87.25
Knight, John & Sue
   bushfires 4.1, 9.2
   Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens 17.3-17.5, 29.18
   Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 67.10-67.11
   'Some hardy melaleucas' 39.17
knots, see hedges
Knox, Alastair & Margot
   'Australia Speaks' [being oneself in the landscape] 49.18
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.8
Knox Community Centre
   visit to garden of 59.13-59.14
Knox Park Primary school
   proposed visit to 79.16, 82.13
   visit to garden at 83.19-83.21
Koji Miyazaki
   visit to Australia 91.5
Koroit Court House garden
   members' letters 6.3
Kruczaj, Alex
   visit to garden of ('Cloudy Hill') 82.18-82.19, 85.14-85.15
'Kuring-gai Cottage Garden (Taminick, near Wangaratta, Vic) 10.13-10.14
Lady Denman Heritage Complex (Huskisson)
   visit to 58.22
Lagunaria patersonii (Norfolk Island hibiscus) 10.2
Laidlaw, Andrew
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9, 52.13
   'RBG Cranbourne display at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2000' 30.8-30.9
Lake, Julie
   'The many moods of water at Roma Street Parkland' (Smith) 41.6
Lalak, Nadia 13.16
land management, see ecological approach; environmental land management; regeneration projects
Landcare projects, see also rural environments 6.4, 13.5, 17.7
landscape, see Australian landscape
Landscape Australia 22.11-22.12
   1993/94 contents 6.13
   articles on Australian planting design 24.13-24.14
   articles on lighting 23.15-23.16
   book reviews from 16.12-16.13
   classification of garden types published in 17.1
   Distinctive sculptures 28.16
   'Gardens for tomorrow: the Landscape Australia garden design conference' (Melbourne 1994) 5.9-5.12, 6.8-6.9
   'The natural garden: Landscape Australia conference' 16.3
   'Some thoughts from George Seddon's opening lecture at the 1996 Landscape Australia' by Diana Snape 17.12
   'The Feng Shui Model' (Mak) 39.14-39.16
   vol 20:1 on award for Cranbourne Botanic Garden 21.11, 22.12
   vol 20:2 on quality of trees for landscape industry 22.12
   vol 20:3 on wetland and water plants 23.15
   vol 23: 2 Bento (lunchbox) garden 35.11
Landscape Conference, Melbourne
   launch of GDSG book by Flannery at 40.5-40.6
landscape design, see also garden design; professional members
   '3D landscape' (computer program) 18.12-18.13, 19.12-19.14, 19.21
   'Australian Planting Design' book review 41.12-41.13
   'Australian Plants in Amenity Horticulture' (Heffernan) 84.14-84.16
   biography of Karl Langer 76.5-76.9
   'Blending with the Bush' (Densley) 36.9
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   'Brief notes on principles of landscape design' (Lee) 17.6-17.7
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' (Johnson) 80.5-80.11
   'Creative Design' projects 19.3
   'Design outline' (Webb) 24.8-24.9
   'Design with Landscape' book review 77.15
   'Designing a garden on a steep block' (Herrmann) 20.19
   'Designing the local landscape' by Paul Thompson (Garnham) 12.8
   'Dilemmas of a designer' (McCoy) 89.11-89.14
   'Directions in using Australian plants in the designed landscape' (Shepherd) 16.13
   'Ellis Stones' by Hanson 78.6-78.8
   'Exceptional Australian garden makers' book review 85.5-85.7
   'Garden voices: Australian designers - their stories' book review and quotes from 85.5-85.6, 86.8-86.10
   'Glen Iris Design' [design of Jankovic garden by Bev Hanson] 85.11-85.13
   'Happy 80th birthday to John Brookes - influential garden and landscape designer' 85.14
   hot arid zones 4.15
   hot clay banks 4.10, 5.8, 6.8
   'A humanised translation of the landscape' (Crowe and Jones) 27.17-27.18
   'Landscaping basics and a bit of fragrance' 66.16-66.17
   large trees too close to houses 18.3
   letters about 61.3
   Macquarie University, AILDM Awards 2014 [maintenance of lemon-scented gums] 88.17
   'Modernism, the Sydney School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture and the bush garden: a conversation with Barbara Buchanan, from Bio-Design' 67.21-67.22
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) 92.8-92.12
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.9-70.12
   Russell garden 78.23
   shallow soil over solid rock 6.15
   Steve Martino on 'native plants - good' 83.19
   successes out of problems (Persse) 50.19
   'Use of rocks in the garden' (Hanson) 20.5
   visit to Diana Bennett's garden 75.23-75.24
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.23-90.28
landscape drawing, see drawing
Landscape Journal
   'Messy ecosystems, orderly frames' (Nassaeur) 38.6-38.8
Landscape Outlook
   Rowland as editor of 26.12
   'The Sydney garden: where is it headed?' (Rowland) 27.5-27.6
Landscape Plant Manuals, vols. 1-4 (Burnley)
   list of trees from 9.15
landscaping, see also hard landscaping; professional members 24.7
   'American vision well worth considering' [Fountain Hills, Phoenix, Arizona] (Snape) 39.13
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.8-52.10, 52.12-52.13
   'Australian Plants in the Designed Landscape' (Latreille) 49.16-49.17
   Elliston Estate 56.9-56.11, 57.14-57.15
   'The Feng Shui Model' (Mak) 39.14-39.16
   'Gardens in Cornwall' (Yarra) 95.16-95.21
   'Gardens of the Imagination. 23rd Annual National Conference A.G.H.S.' (Taylor) 42.9
   'Gardens of the Mind' (Sitta) 44.4-44.5
   'Heed the call of nature' [on landscape architecture] (Farrelly) 53.15-53.16
   'Jan & Alan Hall's "no-water" drought resistant garden' (Moore) 59.11-59.12
   Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show [minimalist gardens] 39.19
   'Mounded perspective' [on role of landscape architect] (Frisby) 49.4
   'New conversations with an Old Landscape' book review 42.19
   'Paradise by Design: native plants and the new American landscape' book review 39.12
   'Report of meeting at Buchanans' Feb 2002' 36.17
   versus gardening 57.22
Landy, John
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' foreword 40.10-40.11
Lang, Mirini and Russell
   visit to garden of 95.21-95.22
Langer, Dr Karl and Gertrude
   biography of Karl Langer 76.5-76.9
language, see also quotes about gardens
   Artemisia known as 'lavatory bush' for its smell 36.16
   'Australian garden design' (Swain) 30.6-30.7
   'cottage garden' or 'wildflower garden' 10.5
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design' (Larkin) 44.6
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design' (Larkin), reprinted 56.16-56.17
   'Describing (small) trees' (size and form) (Snape) 8.9-8.11
   'designing THE book' (Nathan) 29.11-29.12
   'designing THE book' (Nathan), response to 30.2-30.3
   DNA research on the eucalypt group (Snape) 30.19
   'Do fashionable buzz words fit into the GDSG concept?' (Simmons) 5.12
   'endemic' and 'indigenous' defined 39.3
   eucalypt names 19.5
   'leaf litter' and 'Australian plants' (Snape) 21.8
   meaning of 'small' 21.14, 23.17, 24.3
   names for Australian plants 7.13
   'native' or 'Australian' 4.3, 5.4, 7.4, 10.19
   origin of term Mediterranean gardens (Entwhistle) 48.18
   'plantsman' 44.10
   scientific and common names 3.1, 31.1, 33.7, 56.24
   sculptural, or scriptural, scrupulous or scurrilous 38.15
   terms starting with 'visual' to describe design elements 9.16
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' (Stewart) [scientific names] 90.8
   'wallaby tracks' (Simmons) 31.19
   'wildflower gardens' 10.5
large gardens
   'An Australian tree garden' (Simmons) 12.13
   'Boongala Gardens, Kenthurst' (Hambrett) 56.17-56.18
   Canberra GDSG Visit to Carwoola 86.21-86.24
   'Discussion of large country gardens' (NE Vic meeting) 29.19
   garden design project (Kennedy) 5.16-5.17, 21.7, 21.8
   'Integration of Australian plants in a large, formal garden' (Gore) 13.8, 14.7, 15.8
   'Integration of Australian plants in a large, formal garden' (Hailstone) 15.8
   'Making a good impression' [entrance areas] (Buchanan) 67.19-67.21
   open space in 2.8-2.9
   report of meeting at Roberts' garden 24.16-24.17
   'Report of NE Vic meeting on Saturday November 10 2001' 37.14
   'Seven years on' (McDonald) 5.17-5.18
large plants, see plant size
Larkin, Chris 52.4
   'After the Hailstorm' 73.14-73.15
   'All our formal gardens' 69.10-69.11
   'Around the World in 80 Gardens' (TV show) 67.24-67.26
   'As Time Goes By' (pondering change) 76.9-76.10
   book reviews 41.12-41.13
   'Changed Landscapes' [building approvals] 50.10-50.11
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design' 44.6
   'Criteria for descriptive assessment of a garden's design', reprinted 56.16-56.17
   'A design project' 62.9-62.10
   'Designing for the dry' 34.12-34.13
   'Despair and desire - a short diary' 66.19-66.22
   'The Elliston Estate' 57.14-57.15
   'Format for Recording Gardens' (with Vic Group) 72.7-72.8
   'From the inside looking out' 56.11-56.12
   'Garden design and the collector' 43.8-43.9
   'Garden serenity' 69.11-69.12
   'Gardens in Hong Kong and Thailand' 38.9-38.10
   George Pentland Botanic Garden 57.22-57.23, 58.19-58.20
   guest editor 72.1
   'Guidelines for Selecting Gardens' (with Vic Group) 72.6
   hail damage 72.1
   'How low can you go' [removing bulbous weeds] 56.21
   'How to get a "fresh" look at your own garden' 43.10
   'In love with groundcovers - words and photos' 88.6-88.10
   'Inside looking out' 54.9-54.10
   'I've got that . . . feeling' 61.12-61.14
   'Judging gardens -- further thoughts' 59.9-59.11
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' 40.13-40.14
   letters from 53.13, 54.7, 70.3
   'More on the formal/informal garden question' 52.7
   'More on the lawn debate' 45.12-45.13
   'More than garden etiquette' [water tanks] 51.4-51.5
   'More than garden etiquette' [water tanks], response to 52.4, 52.10-52.11
   'A new garden' 34.9
   new Victorian Branch coordinator 41.1
   'Oh, our designing ways' 65.12-65.13
   on Editorial Committee 33.1
   'Overall view of GDSG weekend seminar' 19.4
   'Paul Thompson's garden' 28.10
   'Pond ecology' 34.14-34.15
   'Postcard from a Vic country visit' 51.10-51.11
   proposals for additional garden design records (letter) 82.2-82.3
   'Pruning again' 70.16-70.19
   'Putting it into practice' (seminar report) 19.7-19.8
   'Questions for Gian Carlo and the Australian Garden Style' 48.14-48.15
   'Reflections' 49.14-49.15
   'Renewal and garden design' 55.5-55.7
   'Report of meeting on Sunday August 11 2002 at Chris Owens' and Chris Larkin's' 40.15
   report on meeting 78.13-78.15
   resignation as Victorian branch leader 68.21
   royalties, how to spend 64.15-64.16
   'A short history of my garden's development' 22.7-22.8
   'Six plants for a very small garden' 56.15
   'Slow gardening' 54.17
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 1' 74.8-74.9
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 2' 74.7-74.8
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design', comment on 41.16
   'To spend, or how to spend, that is the question' 53.5-53.6
   'Two Melbourne gardens' 56.19-56.20
   visit to Cam and Fox gardens 45.18-45.19
   visit to garden of 22.19-22.20, 32.18, 46.20-46.21, 59.14-59.15, 93.17-93.22
   'Visit to Malcolm and Monika Freake's garden in Gisborne South' 82.14-82.17
   Walcott's visit to garden of 85.4
   'What shape are your plants in?' 47.9-47.10
   'Winter colour' 27.16-27.17
Latreille, Anne
   'Australian Plants in the Designed Landscape' 49.16-49.17
   Landscape Conference, Melbourne 2002: 40.5
Lawler, Jim
   'Photographing gardens' 31.7
lawn, see also grasses; ground covers; nature strip/footpath garden design
   Cheryl Maddock's column on 46.5
   for open areas 2.8-2.9
   'A garden design with a difference' (Simmons garden, Qld) 8.18-8.19
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.25-89.26
   gardens without 85.23
   'Grass, or not?' (Durbridge) 22.13
   'Grass or not in open areas' (Webb) 23.16
   'Green paving' [lawn substitutes] (Murray) 39.17
   'Landscaping - do we need lawns in suburbia?' (Howes) 44.11-44.12
   'Lawn as an Art Form' (from Your Garden) 47.12
   'Lawns and God' 36.3-36.4, 46.4-46.5
   'Lawns of Australian Grasses' (Snape) 51.8-51.9
   'A low-maintenance lawn?' (Rowland) 24.14-24.15
   Mont Albert (McIver's garden) 25.5
   'More on the lawn debate' (Larkin) 45.12-45.13
   'Naturalistic gardens' [birds in the lawn] (Reilly) 27.14-27.15
   'On lawns, colour and soft landscaping' (Buchanan) 5.14-5.15
   'Open space and natives' (Pye) 7.4
   plea to embrace 'multi-environmentalism' (Wright) 38.4
   replacing 32.3, 39.9
   Rowland's response to Morris' response to Flannery 38.5
   substitutes (violets and ranunculus) 40.2
   weeds in lawn replacements (Buchanan) 13.15
lawns
   'Turf Wars' by Kolbert (extract from New Yorker magazine) 70.5-70.8
Lawrence, Jennie
   'More about mulching' 31.14
Lawson, Peter 13.16
   'Native plants (and why I don't use them) in garden design' 14.19-14.20
Lay, Geoff
   new Study Group Coordinator 67.6
   proposal to change Study Groups to Interest Groups 76.19
   resigns as Study Group Coordinator 87.1
layout, see planting schemes
Layt, Todd
   'Can south-east Australia expect drought soon?' (Layt) 88.5-88.6
leaf litter
   as ground cover (Evans) 22.13
   'Organic mulch as a facet of the Australian scene' (Simmons) 29.14-29.15
   'What's in a name?' (Snape) 21.8
leaves, see foliage
leaving a garden
   Morton garden, Woodford, NSW 81.15
   'On leaving our garden' (Snape) 81.16-81.17
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) 92.13-92.15
   Yanderra on the market (Hambrett) 78.1
Lechenaultia 'Tropicana' or 'Eldorado'
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.3
lechenaultias
   Lechenaultia biloba 'Big Blue' (photo) 81.25
   'Lechenaultias lead the way' (article in Australian Horticulture) 30.16
   visit to Walcott garden 84.24
Lee, Margaret
   'About trees' [in design] 41.15-41.16
   'Book ideas' 29.12-29.13
   letters from 61.3, 66.4
   praise for The Australian Garden from 41.3
   SA State Government Native Gardens Award winners 70.3
   'Trees which may damage structures' 29.6-29.7
Lee, Margarete 9.15, 14.13
   'Border plants' 14.13
   'Brief notes on principles of landscape design' 17.6-17.7
   'First GDSG S.A. branch meeting' 15.18
   'A formal design for a small garden' 12.9-12.11
   Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 1998 21.8
   'A "neat" formal courtyard garden' 20.12-20.13
   'Site analysis' 18.5-18.6
Lee, Sheila Simpson
   letter from 50.3
Legatt, Diana
   plans for new garden (letter) 32.2
Leggat, Diana
   'Report of meeting on Sunday March 18' [2001] 34.19
legumes
   as understorey (letter) 61.4
Leichhardt, Ludwig
   planting seeds from expedition of (Molloy, 1830) 47.13
Lenffer, Nicole 6.20, 7.13
   conference reports 6.8-6.9
   'The essence of garden design' 4.4-4.5
   'General planning and design guidelines' 6.10
   'General planning and design guidelines' (reprinted from NL 6) 12.13-12.14
   planting under eucalypts 5.8
Leptospermum spp.
   Cloudy Hill, Blayney 85.14-85.15
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' (Johnson) 93.5
   cultivars (Snape) 39.18
   for SE Queensland 3.5-3.7
   L. liversidgei as mosquito-repellent 18.3
   L. petersonii a hedge plant (letter) 38.2-38.3
   'Melaleuca, leptospermums, and banksias (Hambrett) 6.9
   photo of L.scoparium in snow 85.24
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
letter-leaf, see Graptophyllum excelsum (letter-leaf or scarlet fuchsia)
Leucophyta brownii, see Calocephalus (Leucophyta) brownii
Leunig, Michael
   'Self in the city' 46.6-46.7
Lewin, Greg and Glenda
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10-93.13
   visit to garden of 88.23-88.24, 89.21
   WAMA site donated by 88.22
Lewis, Paul
   'Alternatives to garden escapees -- a worthy request from "Gumnuts" (Lewis) 36.16-36.17
Liber, Cas
   'Resources on the Internet' 43.20-43.22
libraries
   'Who leaves $100 million to a garden library?' (Garden Drum) 88.14
library of GDSG
   see Garden Design Study Group: library of
lichens, see non-vascular plants (mosses, liverworts, lichens)
lifespan of plants, see also survival of plants
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   'The Answer Lies In The Soil' (Yarra) 84.7-84.8
lifestyle gardens
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.6
light in the garden, see shaded areas
lighting in the garden
   'Lighting in the garden' (Snape) 23.15-23.16
lilies
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.2-89.9
lillipillies
   dwarf forms for containers 34.16
   GDSG project using dwarf lillipillies proposed 9.17
   'Go Smell the Natives' (Houseman) 76.14
   'Plant selection and fauna issues' (Howes) 66.17
lines (visual elements of design)
   'Straight lines or curves' (Simmons) 19.16-19.17
Little, Andrew
   Ku-ring-gai council on natives near bush areas 38.4
Little, Larry
   ''Top 10' plants' (Walters and Little) 28.17-28.18
liverworts, see non-vascular plants (mosses, liverworts, lichens)
living spaces, see rest areas
lizards
   see wildlife in the garden
Lloyd, Christopher
   'As others see us', [on using only local plants] (Buchanan) 17.13-17.14
   'In my garden' [on solid colour] (article from Country Life) 15.11
Lloyd, John, see Andrews, Freida & John Lloyd
loans, see finances
local plants, see indigenous plants
Lockhead, Helen
   'Gardens for living', referred to in article 4.4-4.5
Lockley, Bev
   Katanning public space, letter about 90.2
Loft, Bryan 33.19, 34.20, 35.21, 36.22, 37.16, 38.20, 39.20, 40.18-40.19, 41.19, 43.28, 44.22, 47.22, 48.23, 51.20-51.21, 52.25, 53.24, 54.23-54.24, 55.21, 56.24, 57.24, 58.24, 59.19, 60.21
   as new Treasurer and Membership Officer 32.1
   letters from 53.13
   report on 'The Australian Garden' republication 43.19
   retirement as Treasurer and Membership Officer 62.1
   Shepherds Bush Botanic Garden 34.18, 35.17-35.18, 36.20-36.21
logo
   competition to redesign 3.15, 4.20, 5.1, 5.18-5.19, 6.19
   for banner and bookmark 78.19
   newsletter header redesigned using 63.1
   'tidying up' of by Lisa Armstrong 21.20
lomandras
   'Individual Grasses and Grass-like Plants' (Snape) 51.10
   'Lomandra' (Turner) 55.10-55.11
   'Use of lomandras in design' (Turner) 57.12-57.13
Long, Geoffrey & Ann 14.20, 67.27-67.28
   'Formal/natural' 15.14
   'A garden or a piece of bush?' 16.7-16.8
   garden visits 67.27-67.28
   garden visits, leech socks recommended! 68.22
   'The Hambrett garden' (garden visit report) 18.19
   letters from 54.8
   meeting reports 70.23
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners' (Hambrett), responses to 57.5
   new property 37.14, 37.16
   plant list available 69.13
   preservation of gene pool (letter) 55.3
   'Report of meeting on Sunday March 3 2002' 36.18-36.19
   'What is a garden? Report of Sydney branch visit to Bolwarra February 15, 1997' 17.19-17.20
long-lasting plants, see framework plants
Looker, Michael 9.16
   'Training plants, including coppicing and pruning' 8.7-8.8
Lorimer, Graeme
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.5, 94.7
Lothian, Neil
   book reviews 46.20
Low, Tim
   'Feral Future' [weeds] 53.18
low plants, see ground covers
low-maintenance gardens, see also maintenance
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) (Bond) 17.10-17.12
   'Use of a set maintenance program: maintenance as part of design' (Hoile) 18.8
   'The Wallum garden' (Simmons) 17.8
Lubra Bend Homestead, Yarra Glen 66.6-66.7
Ludlow, Christa
   'Betty Maloney's Garden' 43.16-43.17
MacDonald, Flora
   meeting at garden of 33.18
Mackenzie, Bruce
   'An Australian landscape design ethos' (article in Landscape Australia) 15.15-15.16
   'The Cockburn garden' (garden visit report) 18.19
   'Heed the call of nature' [on landscape architecture] (Farrelly) 53.15-53.16
   'Sub tropical rainforest NSW' 69.12-69.13
   talks to AGHS and GDSG (reports by Jo Hambrett) 70.9-70.12
Mackie, Wendy
   garden visit 19.20-19.21
   'GDSG weekend in Warrnambool -- an impression' 13.3
Macquarie University
   Australian landscape design awards 2014 (Stewart) [maintenance of lemon-scented gums] 88.17
Macquire, Maureen
   'Surprise Visitors' 45.14
Maddocks, Cheryl
   on use of Australian plants 29.5
   'Return of the native', report of survey on use of Australian plants 15.13
magazines
   see names of specific magazines, eg, Landscape Australia
Mahoney, Marion
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.7
Main, Win & Jim
   Cootamundra weekend 50.20, 53.8
   'Daniel's Paddock' 74.6
   'Daniel's paddock one year on' 79.5-79.7
   'It works' [Pfeiffer on taking risks] 50.12-50.13
   meeting reports 62.17
   'Treetops' (Cootamundra weekend) 53.20
   'Treetops', photos from on web 76.3-76.4
   'Treetops' in the news 69.1
maintenance, see also low-maintenance gardens; practical tips
   'A Visit to Nicky Zanen's Garden' (Zanen) 78.8-78.10
   'Aftercare' (Buchanan) 13.15
   'An enormous green roof' (Snape) 90.3-90.5
   'Choosing plants' (Thompson) 33.16-33.17
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - What's Happening in Summer 2015?' (Johnson) 90.3-90.5
   'Complexity in a garden' (Snape) 77.8-77.9
   'Dead-heading banksias?' (Snape) 39.16
   'Dead-heading banksias?' (Snape), response to 40.2
   'Devastation from NSW 10/50 clearing laws' (Stewart) 90.15-90.18
   formal gardens and (Larkin) 52.7
   '"Garden maintenance", an untenable term?' (article from The Garden by John Sales) 15.10-15.11
   'Giving much thought' (Webb) [the 'energy factor'] 24.14-24.15
   keeping your pond/dam clear (Lee) 14.14
   letter about make-overs (Percy) 31.3-31.4
   'A low-maintenance lawn?' (Rowland) 24.14-24.15
   Macquarie University, AILDM Awards 2014 [maintenance of lemon-scented gums] 88.17
   'Maintenance as design' (Snape) 12.16
   'Management and manipulation of planted indigenous plants' (Coffey) 12.16
   'Notes on formal gardens' (Datson with NE Vic Branch) 33.9
   plant selection and (Howes) 13.15
   professional versus amateur (Hall and McCoy) 36.14
   regular replanting (Buchanan) 34.10
   regular replanting -- things we need to know (Snape) 34.20
   'Renewal and garden design' (Larkin) 55.5-55.7
   'The role of maintenance' (Howes) 19.16
   scruffy plants 28.11
   'Seasonal change' (Snape) 79.9-79.10
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' (Stewart) [moving plants] 90.10
   'Use of a set maintenance program: maintenance as part of design' (Hoile) 18.8, 18.10
Mak, Michael MY
   'The Feng Shui Model' 39.14-39.16
Mallacoota Centre for Communication and the Arts
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' (van de Merwe) 95.9-95.11
Maloney, Betty 13.16
   'Betty Maloney's garden -- a quintessential "bush garden"' 16.10
   'Betty Maloney's Garden' (Ludlow) 43.16-43.17
   'The "Bush Garden" and other styles' (Snape) 36.8-36.9
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.17-94.20
   new owners and (letter) (Webb) 55.3
   SMH article about 36.2-36.3
   'Spirit of the Sydney Bush Garden' (Hambrett) 55.16
Malvaceae, see Hibiscus spp.
Manion, Rosemary
   letter from 32.3
Marangy (garden)
   meeting reports 70.22
   Open Garden Scheme visit 71.13-71.14
Maranoa Festival
   GDSG Melbourne Branch visit to Maranoa Gardens during 84.21-84.22
   letter praising 79.16
Maranoa Gardens
   photo of B.caleyi in 85.26
   Walcott's visit to 85.2
Marianthus spp., see also billardieras
   M. (ex-Billardiera) erubescensas as hardy climber 88.2
   M.(ex-Billardiera) granulatus as hardy climber 87.8
Marks, Robin
   'From Head's Nook to the high plains: Winifred Waddell and the Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria' 77.9-77.13
Maroochy Bushland Botanic Garden.
   Sculpture Garden 89.10
Marriott, Gordon
   concept plans for proposed regional Victoria botanical gardens 86.4-86.6
Marriott, Jane
   'Native, exotic, indigenous' 11.4
Marriott, Neil & Wendy
   book reviews 7.6-7.7
   bushfire report (2005) 53.12-53.13
   'The ethics of non-indigenous native plants' 11.8
   'Grevilleas' (Snape, from 'The Age') 72.10-72.11
   'It's All about the Birds and the Bees' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.7
   'Landscaping with grevilleas' (SE Aust) 10.9-10.11
   'Native trees for Nature Strips & Street Planting' (Schroder), reply to 70.15-70.16
   report of Melbourne meeting 18.17-18.18
   single genus collector's garden 31.5
   survey for Telstra 34.2
   visit to garden of 88.25-88.26, 89.21
   visit to Grampians gardens 88.21-88.26, 89.21
   visit to WAMA site 88.21-88.23
   WAMA proposal for new botanical gardens for regional Victoria and 86.2-86.6, 87.16, 88.1
   Wimmera woodland plants (from Australian Plants) 53.16-53.17
Marsden, Dennis
   slide library 5.4, 7.7
marsh plants, see wetlands
Martin, Megan
   Professor Richard Clough's library donated to Historic Houses Trust 50.4
   visit to garden of 50.22
Martini, Sarah
   'Plant architectronics' (Jacka, Martini, Pearce, Vendramin) 6.20
Mason, Mat
   letters from 71.3-71.4
mass planting, see also repetition
   clump planting (Datson) 61.5-61.6
   'Design influences' (Percy) 10.12
   'Design with Australian plants' (conference talk) (Patrick) 6.9
   'Garden design using Australian plants -- a sense of unity' (Rowland) 11.13-11.14
   'Ground cover -- advocacy over-rated' (Simmons) 38.8-38.9
   in regeneration projects 5.8
   'Sparse, fine or twiggy' (Snape) 36.17
mat rushes, see lomandras
mature gardens
   records of garden design, see records of garden design
Mau, Barbara
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
May, Peter
   'More on mulch' (Howes) 60.17
Mayhew, Stuart
   'Small courtyard gardens' 18.14-18.15
McAllister, Peg
   'My Garden' 75.14-75.15
   visit to garden of (Melbourne, Vic) 6.12, 27.14
McArthur, Kathleen
   review of book on 48.19
McCallum, Fiona
   visit to garden of 49.12
McCarthy, Maree
   'Civic Gardens' 60.12-60.13
   coastal gardens (letter) 53.10
   'Hardenbergia Season!' 84.8-84.10
   letters from 69.3
   Newcastle garden visits 69.16-69.18, 72.18-72.19, 73.17-73.20
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens 60.3, 60.12-60.13
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens (letter about) 61.3
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' 52.14-52.15
McCarthy, Pauline
   'Design and management of open parkland' (Shannon and McCarthy) 8.7
McCarthy, Thea & Jim
   'Mulching with crusher dust -- advantages and disadvantages' 58.12
   'My Garden Design' 58.4-58.6
   Thea's abstract design [embroidery] 58.16
   visit to garden of 43.26
   'What is a garden?' (NE Vic Branch) 54.13-54.14
McCoy, Michael
   'Dilemmas of a designer' 89.11-89.14
   on lifestyle and garden design 75.10-75.11
   professional versus amateur (Hall and McCoy) 36.14
McDonald, Gillian
   'Seven years on' 5.17-5.18
McDowall, Max
   bushfire report (2005) 53.12-53.13
McGregor, Rhys & Julie
   'Rainforest tub shrubs' 25.9
McInerney, John
   'Design with Landscape' book review 77.15
McIntyre, Bails
   'Visits to Queensland gardens' (Kennedy) 28.13
McIver, Doug & Margaret 15.22, 16.17
   '3D landscape' (computer program) 18.12-18.13, 19.12-19.14
   'Aims & a mission statement' 21.3
   book reviews 22.11, 23.14-23.15
   brief for meeting at garden of 24.17
   garden of 25.4-25.6
   letters from 54.8, 58.3
   'More garden design programs' 18.13
   new design for entrance garden 31.18
   slide library 5.4, 7.7, 9.3, 14.8
McKenzie, Bruce
   'Garden design at Dural' (meeting report) 40.17-40.18
McKeown, Pat & Ron
   'Ten favourite plants' (East Gippsland) 19.18-19.19
McLennan, Craig 6.10
meadows, see open space
measuring, see records of garden design
media appearances
   ABC 'By Design' 71.6
   ABC Radio National 'Comfort Zone' garden segment (Michael Bates) 19.19
   Ann Raine on 'Gardening Australia' (TV and magazine) 59.1, 59.13
   article in The Age 53.10
   article on Walcott garden for Canberra TImes (Parsons) 88.2-88.4
   Bettina Digby on 'Gardening Australia' 47.3
   Coxs' garden in Your Garden 54.17
   Coxs' garden on 'Burke's Backyard' 32.7
   Deidre Morton on 'Burke's Backyard' 44.15, 45.5-45.6
   Diana and Brian Snape's garden and GDSG book on 'Burke's Backyard' 40.1
   Diana and Brian Snape's garden on 'Gardening Australia' 24.20
   Diana Snape on 'Grevilleas' in The Age 72.10-72.11
   Diana Snape on 'Healthy, Wealthy and Wise' (Ch 10) 5.5
   Diana Snape on 'Ockham's Razor' (Radio National) 4.16-4.19, 34.6-34.9
   Diana Snape's article in The Age 53.10
   garden on 'Gardening Australia' 24.20
   'Healthy, Wealthy and Wise' (Ch 10) 5.5
   Invasive Species Council proposed TV story 66.5
   Jeff Howes' garden 32.7-32.8
   Jo Hambrett on cable 44.15
   'Ockham's Razor' (Radio National) 4.16-4.19, 34.6-34.9
   promotion of native plants proposed 67.6-67.7
   Ros Andrews in Daily Telegraph 44.15
   Shirley Cam's garden in Weekend Australian report 20.12
   'Treetops' (Win & Jim Main) 69.1
Mediterranean gardens 4.8
   '"Australian Plants for Mediterranean climate Gardens' book review 46.20
   'Australian plants for gardens in the sun' book review 64.13
   'The Old Country: Australian Landscapes, Plants and People' book review 54.18
   origin of term (Entwhistle) 48.18
medium-sized plants, see plant size
Melaleuca spp.
   for coastal gardens (NSW) 23.3
   for SE Queensland 3.5-3.7
   heights reached (letter) 61.4
   letter about (Webb) 27.2-27.3
   M. alternifolia as possible insect-repellent plant 18.3
   M. fulgens 27.2-27.3
   'Melaleuca, leptospermums and banksia (Hambrett) 6.9
   'Melaleuca tamariscina' (Caldwell) 51.14
   'Melaleucas in Sydney' (Howes) 4.14
   pruning M. lateritia 84.13-84.14
   'Pruning options with callistemons and melaleucas' (Snape) 4.14
   'Some hardy melaleucas' (Knight) 39.17
Melbourne Botanic Gardens, see Royal Botanic Gardens (Melbourne)
Melbourne gardens, see Victorian gardens
Melbourne Herbarium
   DNA research on the eucalypt group (Snape) 30.19
Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 21.8, 34.1, 36.18
   APS display by Helen Morrow 38.1, 39.19
   Cranbourne Botanic Gardens display at 30.8-30.9
   Victorian SGAP exhibit at 17.8-17.9
Melbourne University
   'Burnley Living Roofs' (Catherine Stewart) 86.7
   Ellis Stones Memorial Garden 78.17, 81.20, 82.13-82.14, 83.1-83.2, 86.20, 87.16, 88.21
Melbourne Wildflower Show 7.3
Melbourne Zoo 15.21
Melia azedarach 3.8, 9.14, 16.14-16.15
Mellon, Rachel 'Bunny'
   'Who leaves $100 million to a garden library?' (Garden Drum) 88.14
Mellor, Olive
   'Historic gardens in Melbourne' (Snape) 30.13-30.14
   'Olive Mellor and 'Woodend Bent'' (Percy) 31.5
members' letters 1.2-1.3, 2.1, 3.1-3.3, 4.2-4.3, 5.3-5.4, 7.2-7.3, 8.2-8.3, 9.2-9.3, 10.2-10.3, 11.2-11.3, 12.3, 13.2-13.3, 14.2-14.4, 15.2-15.3, 16.2, 17.2-17.3, 18.2-18.3, 19.2-19.3, 20.2-20.3, 21.2-21.3, 22.2-22.3, 23.2-23.4, 24.2-24.3, 25.1-25.2, 26.2-26.4, 27.2-27.4, 28.2-28.4, 29.2-29.4, 30.2-30.3, 31.3-31.5, 32.2-32.3, 33.2-33.6, 34.2-34.5, 35.2-35.5, 36.2-36.3, 37.2, 38.2-38.3, 39.2-39.5, 40.2-40.4, 41.2-41.3, 42.3, 43.3-43.5, 44.3-44.4, 45.3-45.4, 46.3-46.5, 47.3, 48.3, 49.3, 51.3, 52.3-52.6, 53.3-53.9, 54.3-54.7, 55.3-55.4, 56.3-56.5, 57.3-57.5, 58.3, 59.3-59.5, 60.3-60.4, 61.3-61.4, 62.4-62.6, 63.6-63.7, 64.5, 65.4-65.6, 66.3-66.7, 67.3-67.7, 68.3-68.6, 69.3-69.6, 70.3-70.4, 71.3-71.9, 74.3-74.5, 75.1, 78.3, 79.3-79.5, 80.3-80.5
membership details 3.1, 4.1, 5.1, 6.1, 7.1, 7.16, 9.1, 10.1, 11.1, 12.1, 17.1, 18.2, 19.19, 20.20, 21.20, 22.21-22.22, 23.20, 24.20, 27.21-27.22, 28.20, 29.19-29.20, 30.22, 31.21-31.22, 32.20, 33.20, 34.19, 35.21-35.22, 36.22, 37.17, 38.19, 39.21, 40.18, 41.19, 42.22, 43.27, 44.22, 46.24, 47.22, 48.23, 52.25, 53.24, 54.23-54.24, 55.21-55.22, 56.24, 57.24, 58.24, 59.20, 60.21, 61.20, 62.22, 63.16-63.18, 64.16-64.17, 65.25, 66.30-66.31, 67.29-67.30, 68.24, 69.20, 71.19-71.22, 72.3, 74.20
   awards to members, see awards
   deaths of members, see deaths
   founding members 41.21-41.22
   members with gardens in ''The new native garden' 28.14, 30.15
   members with open gardens, see garden visits; Open Garden Scheme
   membership form 70.29-70.30
   new subscription charges 70.27-70.28
   professional members, see professional members
   subscription charges 88.32
   whether ANPSA membership required for GDSG 69.3-69.4
   whether SGAP membership required for GDSG 10.3-10.4
membership fees, see fees
Membership Officer, see also Garnham, Peter & Wilma; Loft, Bryan
   Ben Walcott as new 73.20
   Jeff Howes as new 62.1
   retirement of Bryan Loft as 62.1
   retirement of Jeff Howes as 73.20
   search for replacement for 31.21
memorials
   Australian War Memorial, Hyde Park Corner, London 45.4
   John Knight Memorial Park 55.8-55.9
   'Memorial Garden in Rosanna Parkland' (Hanson) 60.6-60.7
   'A Small Landscape with Great Meaning -- The Port Arthur Memorial' (Canning) 42.9
   'The tragedy of the Bali bombings is now elegantly written into the text of Perth's Kings Park' (Weller) 49.5-49.6
memories, see instant gardens
messy gardens, see tidiness in gardens
Metrosideros queenslandica 6.4-6.5
Mewton, Paul
   'An indigenous garden of modern industria' 5.18
Michael, Angie 25.9
micorrhizal fungi, see fungi
micro-burning, see fire
Microlaena stipoides (weeping grass) 2.9, 11.11, 14.13
midgen berry, see Austromyrtus dulcis (midgen berry)
migrants, see demographics
Miles, Jan
   Shaws Road Winery design 96.14
Miles' garden
   visit to 48.22, 50.21-50.22, 96.13-96.16
Millar, R
   Melbourne's Growing Green strategy (article in The Age) 42.14
Miller, Chris
   Norah Elliott's garden 'High Trees' at Avalon NSW 10.14-10.15
Millthorpe, see Blayney area
Milton, NSW
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.21-89.27
mission statement
   see Garden Design Study Group: mission statement
mistletoes 13.18
   'Mistletoes in garden design?' (Snape) 32.16-32.17
   'Thoughts on mistletoe' (Setchell) 33.17
mixed gardens, see blended gardens; eclectic gardens
mixed plantings, see plant combinations
Miyazaki, Koji
   letters from 75.7, 76.3
   questionnaire about grevilleas 80.16-80.17
'modernist' design
   'Modern/formal gardens' (Buchanan) 70.8-70.9
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.6
Moir, Margaret
   'A letter from the west' 34.3-34.4
moisture in soils, see water use
Molloy, Georgiana
   on Australian landscape, and Leichhardt's seeds (1830) 47.13
Molyneux, Bill
   search for mosquito-repelling plant 18.3
money, see bequests
monocotyledons, see also grasses
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.7-94.8
monocultures, see mass planting
Mont Albert (McIver's garden), see McIver, Doug & Margaret
Montgomery, Ross & Pam
   meeting reports 62.18-62.19
Montrose Fire Safety Garden 43.14
moods, see harmony; individual responses to gardens
Moody, Helen
   'Photographing gardens' 31.7
Moore, Brenda & Tony
   'Jan & Alan Hall's 'no-water' drought resistant garden' 59.11-59.12
   meeting at house of 78.13
   'Recording gardens' (James) 90.2-90.3
Moore, Greg
   'Save those trees' (Snape) 60.8
   'Tree Management for Carbon, Energy and Drought Efficiency' 61.7-61.10
'More Than Luck: Ideas Australia needs now'
   Pipitone's comments on 73.4-73.5
Morphet, Helen 14.15
Morris, Colleen
   on roses and lawns (response to Flannery) 38.5
Morris, Gillian
   'A coastal garden -- 2 1/2 years on' 35.8-35.9
   letters from 35.2, 59.4-59.5, 61.3-61.4
   letters from, response to 60.3
   'Street trees' 35.16
Morrow, Helen & Tim 17.8
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' (presenter) 36.5-36.7
   book reviews 4.6
   garden visit report 4.6
   International Flower and Garden Show 38.1
   meeting reports 36.18, 39.19
Morton, Deidre & Ivor
   'A Cave in the Australian Bush' 45.5-45.6
   challenge to grow Australian tree in pot 40.3
   letter from 50.3
   letters from 80.4
   Morton garden, Woodford, NSW 81.13-81.15
   roof gardens, and bushfire threats (letter) 39.2-39.3
   'sense of a cave' (letter) 47.3
   visit to garden of 48.20
Morvah (NSW)
   visit to 50.18
mosaic plantings
   design ideas -- for fun (Snape) 12.15
mosquitoes, see pests
mosses, see non-vascular plants (mosses, liverworts, lichens)
Mound, Barbara
   cottage garden of (Castlemaine, Vic) (Buchanan) 12.15
Mount Annan Botanic Garden
   Friend of the Gardens 47.19
   'News from the Mount' (annuals) 20.16
   'Plans for Mount Annan: a bush foods garden' (Cuneo) 18.4-18.5
   'Report on the June 26 2004 visit to Mt Annan Botanic Gardens' (Gunter) 47.20-47.21
   'A sense of place' (Keel, from SMH) 18.4
   'Snowgrass and spinifex tussocks' (Cuneo) 42.15
   Sydney members' tour with Peter Cuneo (Hambrett) 15.18-15.19
   'Transforming the terrace garden at Mount Annan: An opportunity to explore the relationship of plants and people' (Hay) 49.13
   visit to 47.18-47.21
Mount Clay, see Mt Clay (Vic.) (Densley's garden)
Mount Penang, see Mt Penang Gardens (Kariong, NSW)
moving away, see leaving a garden
Moye, John
   'Growing Orchids in the Garden' 45.14-45.15
Mt Annan Botanic Garden, see Mount Annan Botanic Garden
Mt Clay (Vic.) (Densley's garden)
   'Blending with the Bush' (Densley) 36.9
   'A blue/mauve/white 'cottagy' effect' 33.15
   'Landscaping around the house on Mt Clay' (Densley) 27.9-27.10, 27.11-27.12
   letters about 26.2, 26.4-26.5, 27.2, 27.3, 28.2, 29.3-29.4, 33.6-33.8, 41.16
Mt Penang Gardens (Kariong, NSW)
   'Musings of Mt. Penang' (Harris) 50.15-50.16
   visit to 48.21, 50.16-50.17
Mueller, Ferdinand von
   'The nostalgia factor' (Simmons) 17.6
Mugg, Tony
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.20
Muir, Bruce
   book reviews 9.11
mulches and mulching, see also surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc) 3.13, 78.23, 78.27, 79.7
   '20 facts about mulches' (from Gardening Australia) (Handreck) 58.9-58.11
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.24
   'Can south-east Australia expect drought soon?' (Layt) 88.6
   'Comment on mulches' (Hoile) 59.4
   fire hazard? (Pipitone) 38.13
   for open areas 2.8
   'Growing Native Plants for 30 years on Clay Soils' (Howes) 51.12-51.13
   in fire prone areas 56.1
   'Inorganic mulches' (Buchanan) 60.17
   letter about mulch in cold climates (Ho He) 31.3
   letters on 33.5, 58.3, 64.7
   living mulches (Myoporum parvifolium and Grevillea obtusifolia) 30.5
   'More about mulching' (Lawrence, Snape and Munro) 31.14
   'More on mulch' [rake mulch away in winter] (Howes) 60.17
   'Mulch (in a Sydney garden)' (Howes) 30.3-30.4
   'Mulch and fire' (Buchanan) 58.11-58.12
   'Mulch and native plants' (Howes) 58.13-58.14
   'Mulch in an arid area garden' (Boladeras) 30.4-30.5
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners' (Hambrett) 56.18-56.19
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners' (Hambrett), responses to 57.4, 57.5
   'Mulching (another Sydney garden)' (Hambrett) 30.4
   'Mulching -- A Country Perspective' (Hall) 57.15
   'Mulching with crusher dust -- advantages and disadvantages' (McCarthy) 58.12
   'Non-green mulches -- the good and the bad' (Snape) 58.16-58.17
   'Organic mulch as a facet of the Australian scene' (Simmons) 29.14-29.15
   'Organic mulch as a facet of the Australian scene' (Simmons), responses to 30.3
   'Organic mulch' (Melbourne meeting) 30.5
   'Organic mulch on the Alstonville Plateau' (Swain) 30.4
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.6-89.9
   'Thoughts on mulch' (Rose) 30.5
   'To mulch, or not to mulch?' (Simmons) 29.4-29.5
   'Use of water in the garden: the 3-bucket rainforest revisited' (Keena) 19.10
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald (mulch from tip) 93.26
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' [river pebble] 92.17
   'Where eagles drift' [Upper Hunter Valley] (Finnie) 63.8
Munro, Penny 8.18, 8.19
   'A collection of thoughts' 31.9
   'More about mulching' 31.14
   on her garden (NSW) 8.3
   'Opening a garden' 31.12
   'Ornamenting the garden' 31.14
   'Some favourites' 31.17
   'Successful plant combinations' 32.13
   visit to garden of (Snape) 32.7
Munro, Ron
   Garden Heritage Festival (Beechworth) 7.8
Murphy, Pam
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9, 52.13
Murphy, Sue
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.6
Murray, Leigh
   'Alphabet Soup' [ideas on wildlife, screens and drought] 51.14-51.15
   'Climbers Continued' 52.18-52.20
   'Coping with the Drought' 46.13-46.14
   'Do odd numbers count?' 55.7-55.8
   'Do odd numbers count?', comments on 56.12
   'Green paving' 39.17
   'A Small Wildlife Garden' 56.7-56.8
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' 52.18
   'Ten reliable plants' 60.9
   'Wind-taught Pruning' 43.11-43.12
Murrumbateman, ACT
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman' 87.18-87.20
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.22-93.26
Murrumbeena, Molong
   meeting reports 62.20
museum gardens
   Pioneer Museum, Mulwala (Hall) 15.6
Museum of Sydney exhibition
   Explore the lost gardens of Sydney 63.6
museums
   Australian Museum of Gardening, Carrick Hill Trust 91.8-91.9
Musgrove family
   'Report of meeting on Sunday May 6 2001 at Fernbrook Garden, Kurrajong Heights' 35.20
mushrooms, see fungi
Mutton, Maureen & Bill
   visit to garden of 60.13-60.15
Myall Park Botanic Garden
   'The greenhouse effect, climate change and Myall Park Botanic Garden' (Reilly) 60.16
Myall Park (Glenmorgan, Qld) (Gordon's garden)
   'Visits to Queensland gardens' (Kennedy) 28.13
mycorrhizal fungi, see fungi
Myoporum floribundum
   'Traceries and Layers in the Garden' (Walcott) 90.10
Myoporum parvifolium 13.15-13.16
   as lawn substitute (Sprague and Snape) 34.12
   design ideas -- for fun (mosaic plantings) 12.15
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] (Snape) 56.13
   'Groundcovered' (Harris) 57.13
Myosotis (borage family; forget-me-nots)
   'Remembering the "Forget me note"' (Watson) 49.15
Myrtaceae
   'Myrtle rust - be watchful and concerned' (Howes) 78.10-78.12
names of plants, see language
Nassaeur, Joan Iverson (Dr)
   'Messy ecosystems, orderly frames' 38.6-38.8
Nathan, Erica
   'designing THE book' 29.11-29.12
   'designing THE book' (Nathan), response to 30.2-30.3
   'A matter of emotion' [use of Australian plants] 29.5
National Arboretum Canberra
   'A must see iconic garden - the National Arboretum Canberra' 83.14-83.15
   proposal for formal native garden 94.1
   proposal for formal native garden rejected 95.1
   STEP (Southern Tablelands Ecosystems Park) 82.21-82.23
National Botanic Gardens, see Australian National Botanic Gardens
National Gallery of Australia
   Fiona Hall's fern garden 23.13, 26.9-26.10, 32.8
National Trust
   'Betty Maloney's Garden' (Ludlow) 43.16-43.17
   'Gardens of the National Trust' book review 28.15-28.16
   listing of properties by 43.17
Native Australian Tree Index Visual Encyclopaedia (NATIVE) 23.14
'native gardens', see also Australian gardens
   use of term 4.3, 5.4, 10.19
Native Plant Garden at NY Botanical Garden 83.3-83.4
'native plants', see also Australian plants
   use of term 4.3, 5.4, 7.4, 10.19, 21.8
   use of term in ANPSA name 68.20
Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria
   'From Head's Nook to the high plains: Winifred Waddell and the Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria' (Marks) 77.9-77.13
natural gardens
   'Australian Natural Garden Styles' (Pitkanen interview of Snape) 72.8-72.9
   bush blocks as 23.6
   'Change, in landscapes and gardens' (Snape) 68.9-68.10
   classification of garden types 9.13
   'Different approaches to Australian garden development' (Snape) 8.6
   Landscape Australia conference reports 16.3
   'The natural -- formal spectrum' (Snape) 12.12
   'Natural gardens?' [natural qualities to avoid or reproduce] (Densley) 16.5-16.6
   'Natural gardens -- another hobby horse' (Simmons) 17.14
   'The Self-sustaining Garden' book review 24.12-24.13
   'Simple classification of garden styles' (Howes) 24.4
   'The "walkabout" garden' (Simmons) 19.10
natural plant community gardens 2.3
naturalistic gardens (bush gardens), see also ethos gardens; indigenous gardens; natural gardens 2.2-2.3
   "...so much work to make it look so natural!' (Hambrett) 77.9
   'All about Australian bush gardens' book review 18.12
   'All our formal gardens' (Larkin) 69.10-69.11
   'An enormous green roof' (Snape) 90.7-90.8
   'Australia Speaks' [being oneself in the landscape] (Knox) 49.18
   'Australian Garden History Conference, Sydney. Oct. 04' [modernism] (Hambrett) 48.14
   'Australian Natural Garden Styles' (Pitkanen interview of Snape) 72.8-72.9
   'An Australian wildflower garden?' (Snape) 10.5-10.6
   'Betty Maloney's garden -- a quintessential bush garden' 16.10
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   'The "Bush Garden" and other styles' (Snape) 36.8-36.9
   'The bush garden' by Esther Wettenhall (book review) 13.10-13.11
   'Change, in landscapes and gardens' (Snape) 68.9-68.10
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?' (Snape) 49.8-49.11
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?' (Snape), comments on 50.11-50.12
   classification of garden types 9.13, 26.13
   common features of (letter) 27.3
   'Complexity in a garden' (Snape) 77.8-77.9
   'Complexity in a garden' (Snape), letter about 78.3
   'Design influences' (Percy) 10.12
   'Directions in using Australian plants in the designed landscape' (Shepherd) 16.13
   'A discussion on the bush garden' (Buchanan) 69.8-69.10
   formal touches from pruning 18.14
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria' 32.10
   'Garden ideals' (Buchanan) 28.4-28.5
   'A garden or a piece of bush?' (Long) 16.7-16.8
   'Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW' 89.21-89.27
   'Gardening on the wild side: the new Australian bush garden' book review 13.10
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' (Arthur) 88.27-88.30
   'Heed the call of nature' [on landscape architecture] (Farrelly) 53.15-53.16
   hibiscuses and 8.15-8.16
   'Informal gardens - natural by design' (Snape) 69.6-69.8
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden', questions about 48.14-48.15
   'Keeping garden records' (Snape) 8.24-8.25
   'Modernism, the Sydney School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture and the bush garden: a conversation with Barbara Buchanan, from Bio-Design' 67.21-67.22
   'Natural, formal and the world in between' (Snape) 67.8-67.9
   'The natural -- formal spectrum' (Snape) 12.12
   'The natural garden' book review 16.12
   'Natural gardens?' [natural qualities to avoid or reproduce] (Densley) 16.5-16.6
   'Natural gardens -- another hobby horse' (Simmons) 17.14
   'Naturalistic and other gardens' (Webb) 27.15
   'Naturalistic gardens' (Reilly) 27.14-27.15
   'Order, or disorder?' (Snape) 87.7-87.8
   'Paul Thompson's garden' (Larkin) 28.10
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.22-90.23
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [seaside garden] 92.8-92.11
   report on visit to Yarra's garden (Snape) 90.20-90.22
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.9-48.11
   role in Open Garden Scheme (Walters) (Snape replies) 12.8-12.9
   'Soft and Hard garden design' 5.14
   'Spirit of the Sydney Bush Garden' (Hambrett) 55.16
   'Tidy or untidy?' (Snape) 24.5-24.6
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.6
   'An unnatural garden?' (Snape) 16.9
   'The use of correas in garden design' (Hitchcock) 37.9-37.10
   visit to Chris Larkin's garden 85.4
   visit to Marriott garden 89.21
   'What is a garden? Report of Sydney branch visit to Bolwarra February 15, 1997' (Long) 17.19-17.20
nature, see ecological approach; environmental land management
Nature Conservation Trust
   'Nature Conservation Trust - Historic Houses Trust NSW' 68.18-68.20
nature strip/footpath garden design, see also street trees 32.20
   'Garden design from the Illawarra region of NSW' (Percy) 10.16
   'Gardening a "nature strip"' (Snape) 31.13
   'Gardening a "nature strip"' (Snape), comments on 32.20
   'Native trees for Nature Strips & Street Planting' (Schroder) 70.14-70.16
   planting (Borrell) 46.5
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' [WA] 39.8-39.9
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) [courtyard] 92.14-92.15
   visit to Belcourts' garden (Victoria) 57.22-57.23, 58.19, 58.21
Naylor, Keith
   'Design of the Keith Moore Habitat Garden' 58.8, 58.21-58.22
NE Vic Branch booklet, see publications by GDSG
Neale, Ralph
   book reviews 16.12-16.13
needs analysis, see planning
neighbours, see existing gardens
nest boxes, see birds in the garden
new gardens, see garden design; house and garden in harmony; landscape design; landscaping
New South Wales Branch
   executive changes in 79.1
New South Wales gardens
   Albury Botanic Gardens 6.2-6.3
   Albury/Wodonga garden visits 22.8
   'Ann and Tom Raine's garden' [Central Coast] 59.13
   Balgowlah visits 79.17-79.18
   Banksia Cottage (Harris' garden) 58.22, 59.3-59.4
   Blayney area garden visits 62.16-62.20, 80.5-80.11
   'Boongala Gardens, Kenthurst' (Hambrett) 56.17-56.18
   Canberra GDSG and Sydney GDSG Visit to Blayney/Bathurst, report on 85.14-85.19
   Cheree Hall's garden 35.4-35.5
   'Civic Gardens' (McCarthy) 60.12-60.13
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Autumn 2015' (Johnson) 91.1-91.4
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - Spring 2015' (Johnson) 93.3-93.5
   'Cloudy Hill Garden - What's Happening in Summer 2015?' (Johnson) 90.3-90.5
   'A coastal garden -- 2 1/2 years on' [Kiama] (Morris) 35.8-35.9
   Cockburn garden (Dural, NSW) 18.18-18.19
   Cootamundra gardens ('Treetops') 69.1
   Cootamundra weekend 51.17, 53.8, 53.10-53.12, 53.18-53.19, 53.22
   'Coping with the Drought' (Murray) 46.13-46.14
   '"Dairy Cans" pebbly garden' (Houseman) 58.14-58.16
   Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 17.3-17.5, 55.13-55.14, 58.19
   'Farncombe' garden record (Howes) 83.4-83.12
   Ferntree Court Retirement Village 51.16-51.17, 52.24
   'Garden design at Dural' (meeting report) 40.17-40.18
   'Garden design from the Illawarra region of NSW' (Percy) 10.16
   garden visits 82.18-82.19
   garden visits, Camden area 66.27-66.30
   'Gardening in the Southern Highlands of NSW' (Elwell-Gavins) 6.20-6.21
   'Gardening in the Southern Highlands of NSW. Part 2. Pond area' (Elwell-Gavins) 9.8
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.21-87.25
   'Glenda & Bernie's garden: shelter & shade' 18.8
   'Habitat gardens' (Rowland) [Pacific Palms, mid-north coast] 87.4-87.6
   Hambrett garden (Dural, NSW) 18.18-18.19
   Historic Houses Trust garden competition for Government House, Sydney (Griffin) 42.6
   Home Beautiful article on garden of Jeff Howes 22.12
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.14-86.19
   Illawarra gardens for inspiration (Percy) 10.16
   Joseph Banks Native Garden (Kareela, Sydney) 4.7
   'The Mallee, Mildura and Mungo' [tour of] (Clabburn) 46.17-46.18
   meeting at Rowlands' property 64.15
   meeting at Rowlands' property, responses to [on formality] 66.11-66.13
   meeting plans 74.19, 75.26, 78.20-78.21
   meeting reports 70.23-70.28
   'Melaleucas in Sydney' (Howes) 4.14
   Morton garden 81.13-81.15
   Mount Annan Botanic Garden (Sydney) 15.18-15.19, 18.4-18.5, 20.16
   Mt Penang Gardens (Kariong, NSW) 48.21, 50.15-50.17
   mulching 30.3-30.4
   'Nature Conservation Trust - Historic Houses Trust NSW' 68.18-68.20
   Newcastle garden visits 69.16-69.18, 71.18, 72.18-72.19, 73.17-73.20
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens (letter) (McCarthy) 60.3
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens (McCarthy) (letter about) 61.3
   Norah Elliott's garden 'High Trees' at Avalon NSW 10.14-10.15
   'Norm & Maureen Webb's garden' (Hambrett) 31.10, 31.12
   NSW south coast garden visits (Hambrett) 26.9
   Open Garden Scheme, see Open Garden Scheme
   'Our garden' (Norm & Maureen Webb) 31.12
   plants seen by early settlers (Sydney, NSW) 6.18-6.19
   'Rainforest plants' [not to be planted outside their natural area] (Nicholson) 35.14-35.15
   'Recommended trees for Sydney' (Rymer) 9.12
   reliable plants (Sydney, NSW) 4.10-4.11
   'Report of GDSG (NSW) South Coast weekend 27-28 May 2000' 30.21-30.22
   Report of Sydney meeting on Sunday August 19 2001 36.19
   'Ros Andrew's garden, "Corymbia"' (Hambrett) 55.16-55.17
   Scotia Sanctuary (Snape) 56.24
   'S.E. Coast NSW APS Garden Design Workshop Weekend' 67.9-67.11
   SE NSW APS Group weekend at Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 67.5
   'Seven years on' (Orange) 5.17-5.18
   'Small eucalypts for the eastern States' (Kennedy) 21.13-21.14
   'A Small Wildlife Garden' (Murray) 56.7-56.8
   Snape's visit to 32.7-32.8
   South Coast meeting report 58.20-58.23
   South Coast reserves 58.23
   'Spirit of the Sydney Bush Garden' (Hambrett) 55.16
   'Sub tropical rainforest NSW' [plant list] (Mackenzie) 69.13
   'Suggested headings and questions for Recording Gardens' by Howes 73.5-73.6
   'The Sydney garden: where is it headed?' (Rowland) 27.5-27.6
   'Sydney gardens' (Hambrett) 24.8, 24.10
   Sydney group planning 73.16-73.17
   Sydney plant lists (Borrell, Jones, Howes, Roach, Gunter) 19.17-19.18
   'Ten years on' (Hulme) 27.13
   Thubbul, Bermagui 81.15-81.16
   ''Top 10' Australian plants [South Coast] (Percy) 31.16
   ''Top 10' plants (via 'Gumnuts') [Sydney gardens] (Howes) 31.15
   'Tropicalissimo gardens' (Anne Thompson) 28.13-28.14
   visit to Cox garden (Gunter) 44.18-44.20
   visit to Ezzy garden (Gunter) 44.19-44.20
   visit to Fernbrook Garden, Kurrajong Heights 35.20
   visit to garden of Farrow and Kendrick 81.21-81.25
   visit to gardens in Vincentia 31.20
   visit to Gorman garden (Borrell) 44.20-44.21
   visit to Jeff Howes' garden 22.20-22.21
   visit to Longs' garden 36.18-36.19
   visit to Mortons' garden 48.20
   'Visit to Mt Annan 27/6/04' (Fairer) 47.18
   visit to Mt Annan Botanic Gardens (Gunter) 47.20-47.21
   visit to Price's garden 50.18
   visit to Raine's garden 50.17
   visit to Suckling and Geary garden 44.21-44.22
   visit to Taggart's garden 50.19-50.20
   visit to Turners' garden 50.18-50.19
   visit to Webbs' garden (South Coast) 57.19-57.20, 58.22-58.23
   'Visiting the Chinese Garden, Sydney' (Snape) 51.6-51.7
   'Visits to country gardens' (Gunter) 64.12-64.13
   'The way we were', on Green Web Sydney (reprinted from SMH) 26.5-26.6
   'What is a garden? Report of Sydney branch visit to Bolwarra February 15, 1997' (Long) 17.19-17.20
   'Where eagles drift' [Upper Hunter Valley] (Finnie) 63.7-63.9
   Wirraminna learnscape at Burrumbuttock NSW 32.19
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 43.15-43.16, 44.14-44.15, 50.6-50.10
newsletter, see Garden Design Study Group newsletter
newspaper reports, see media appearances
Nicholson, Nan
   'Rainforest plants' [not to be planted outside their natural area] 35.14-35.15
Nicolle, Dean
   'Eucalyptus Seminar - Friends of RBG Cranbourne' (Snape) 91.13-91.14
   'Ornamental small eucalypts' 20.8-20.10
   'Ornamental small eucalypts', responses 21.13-21.14
Nielsen, Dennis
   'Trees vs foundations' 29.5
night-time visibility
   'Grey and silver plants in the Australian garden' (Gunn) 13.13
Noake, Mark and Carolyn
   'Noake's Garden, near Nowra, NSW' (Walcott) 96.20-96.23
noise in the garden, see also quiet places
   'Natural gardens?' [natural qualities to avoid or reproduce] (Densley) 16.6
   'Tranquillity or challenge?' (Simmons) 31.10
   'A "whispering grove" of Casuarina cunninghamiana' (Woodroffe) 5.9
non-vascular plants (mosses, liverworts, lichens)
   'Conservation of non-vascular plants in semi-arid landscapes' (Eldridge) 26.16
   'Lichens' (Simmons) 27.19-27.20
   'Mosses (and lichens & fungi)' (Thompson) 27.20
North, Tim
   'Instant gardens' 30.15
   'Instant gardens', response to 31.3
Northern Territory gardens
   'The Desert Park, Alice Springs' (Snape) 39.10-39.11
   editorial on Central Australia (Snape) 39.1, 39.22
   letter about indigenous gardens in Central Australia (Frawley) 39.4
   Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT (Walcott) 93.7-93.9
   'Open gardens 2000' [first year] (Snape) 32.11
Nowra Respite and Day Care Centre (dementia unit)
   garden project 54.3-54.4, 55.4, 55.14-55.15, 57.3-57.4, 58.20, 58.22
NSW Branch, see New South Wales Branch
NSW Christmas bush, see Ceratopetalum gummiferum (NSW Christmas bush)
NSW Garden and Wildflower Spectacular (1996) 15.17
NSW gardens
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.21-89.27
   'Visit to NSW South Coast, 17-19 October' (Walcott) 96.20-96.23
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.23-90.28
nurseries, see also horticultural uses of Australian plants
   'Are native plants increasing in popularity?' (Howes) 65.22-65.23
   availability of Australian plants 73.5-73.6
   Dealtry Native Garden and Plant Nursery, SA 21.19
   Goldfields Revegetation 34.12
   list of recommended 4.8
   Newcastle Native Nursery 73.20
   nursery plants arranged by height (Durbridge) 23.18
   poor labelling by (Densley) 33.7
   Stocks Native Nursery, Cootamundra 53.19
   UK nurseries suffer from cheap plants 89.9
   Wildflower Place nursery 50.17, 70.25-70.26
Nuytsia floribunda (West Australian Christmas tree)
   at Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 85.21
obituaries, see deaths
Ockham's Razor (Radio National)
   'The importance of Australia's indigenous plants' (Snape) 4.16-4.19
   'What is an Australian garden?' (Snape) 34.6-34.9
Oehme van Sweden
   obituary of James van Sweden 84.26
'Offshore' (Burke's garden)
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
Olbrich, Danie
   conference reports 5.12
Olde, Peter & Margaret
   garden visits, Camden area 66.28-66.29
   'Grevilleas' (Snape, from 'The Age') 72.10-72.11
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.18
Olearia spp.
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.9-95.12
Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT 93.7-93.9
Olympic Coordination Authority 39.16
   'Bouquets for the Olympics' (Howes) 32.18
   Gordon Rowland and 22.3, 23.5
   'The Sydney garden: where is it headed?' (Rowland) 27.5-27.6
Ondinea, Danie
   'Designing for wildlife' (seminar talk) 19.8-19.9
   'Gardens thrive on a nice bit of mess' 21.6-21.7
   'Landscaping our parks, gardens & roadsides for habitat value: Does it matter if we use exotic, Australian or indigenous plants?' 11.6-11.7
   plans for an Australian garden design book 27.4
   'Strategies for protecting and creating habitat areas and their wildlife' 16.7
   visit to garden of (Hambrett) 26.9
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 50.8-50.9
O'Neill, Bob and Dot
   report on visit to garden of 91.19-91.21
O'Neill, Jean
   death of 64.12
Open Days
   Garden Conservancy (America ) 73.7
Open Garden Scheme, see also Howes, Jeff 7.2, 7.15-7.16, 9.2, 19.11
   1993-1994 -- Australian gardens in 3.13
   1994-1995 -- Australian gardens in 7.15-7.16
   1996 -- Australian gardens in 12.18, 14.16, 15.1
   1997 -- Australian gardens in 16.16
   1998 -- Australian gardens in 21.8, 22.9, 23.10, 23.13
   1999 -- Australian gardens in 26.7, 27.20
   2000 -- Australian gardens in 31.13, 32.11
   2001 -- Australian gardens in 36.1, 36.11-36.12
   2002 -- Australian gardens in 38.11-38.12, 39.19, 40.1
   2002-2003 -- Australian gardens in 39.12, 40.7, 41.10
   2003-2004 -- Australian gardens in 44.14, 44.23
   2004 -- Australian gardens in 47.17, 49.14
   2005 -- Australian gardens in 50.13-50.14, 52.6, 53.24
   2006 -- Australian gardens in 55.13
   2007-2008 -- Australian gardens in 59.15-59.16, 60.21
   2008/09 Guide, articles in (Howes) 63.5-63.6
   2009: garden visits, Camden area 66.27
   2009/10 -- Australian gardens in 67.4-67.5
   2009/10 -- preparing van Riets' garden for 69.14
   2010 Marangy visit 70.22, 71.13-71.14
   2014 - Rowlands' garden in 87.3
   'A vertical garden in Melbourne' (Snape) 88.14-88.15
   'Australia's Open Garden Scheme (1)' (Densley) 10.14-10.15
   'Australia's Open Garden Scheme' (Howes) 26.7-26.8
   'Betty Maloney's garden -- a quintessential "bush garden"' 16.10
   'Comments on the Open Gardens it was my great pleasure to visit' (Hall) 27.14
   'The Ebringer garden in Ivanhoe' (Barrett) 27.13-27.14
   funds for National Arboretum 94.1
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) (Bond) 17.10-17.12
   garden selection criteria 6.5
   invitation to submit suggestions 4.3
   Lubra Bend Homestead, Yarra Glen (Garnham) 66.6-66.7
   McKillop Garden (Shoreham, Vic) 20.11-20.12
   'Natives on the South Coast with Angus Stewart' [Open Gardens Australia] 86.19
   'New Open Gardens Australia Garden design announced' 91.18-91.19
   Norah Elliott's garden 'High Trees' at Avalon NSW 10.14-10.15
   Open Garden Guide Book 03/04 discussion with Vlad Sitta (Jacobs) 44.5
   'Overview of the Hanson garden for the Open Garden Scheme' 25.7
   participating in (Howes) 68.5-68.6
   photos from 'Treetops' on web 76.3-76.4
   photos of WA garden from 33.4-33.5
   questions by visitors to (Hall) 33.14-33.15
   selectors' checklist 74.3
   Snape on selection panel 17.1
   suggestion to print garden descriptions (letter) (Howes) 51.3
   Thubbul, Bermagui 81.15-81.16
   visits to gardens in (Snape) 32.7-32.8
   Walcott garden on cover of 2013-14 AOGS Handbook 84.23
   what do viewers expect? (Walters) 12.3
   what do viewers expect? (Walters) (Snape replies) 12.8-12.9
open gardens (Rotary)
   'Opening a garden' (Munro) 31.12
open space, see also pathways; spacing of plants
   'Creating garden vistas' (Snape) 35.13
   'Design and management of open parkland' (Shannon and McCarthy) 8.7
   'Finishes for open spaces' (Simmons) 4.19
   'Horizontal divisions in a garden' (Snape) [bare ground between plants] 24.7
   in larger gardens 2.8-2.9
   in small gardens 2.7-2.8
   in suburban gardens 3.12-3.13
   Katanning public space, letter about 90.2
   meadows in Walcott Garden 65.16, 90.1
   meadows in Walcott Garden, letter about 65.16
   'More on the lawn debate' (Larkin) 45.13
   'The natural -- formal spectrum' (Snape) 12.12
   'Open space and natives' (Pye) 7.4
   'Plant and space: a lecture/talk/inspirational discourse/oration' by Peter Brennan, reported by Cherree Densley 13.4-13.5
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.2-89.9
   'Width of paths' (Simmons) 23.16
Orana School Open Garden
   'Report of Canberra GDSG visit to Orana School Open Garden' (Robbins) 60.15
orchids
   'Fungi in garden design?' (Snape) [mycorrhizal fungi] 95.15-95.16
   'Growing Orchids in the Garden' (Moye) 45.14-45.15
   'How to grow Australian orchids for a stunning display' (Howes) 93.14-93.16
   Karwarra Garden 75.21
   Orchids and mycorrhizal fungi (Australian Horticulture) 54.13
   'The Quest for the Flying Duck Orchid' 45.15
order, see tidiness in gardens
Ormond East Primary School 11.17, 12.15, 13.6-13.7, 14.15, 27.12-27.13
   'Regarding: Bursaria spinosa' (Rennick) 33.3
ornamental plants
   'Design categories of plants' (Snape) 62.8
   'Grevilleas in garden design' (Snape) 72.12
   'The New Ornamental Garden' by Simon Rickard , reviewed by Rosalind Walcott 74.11-74.12
ornamental ponds, see ponds and dams
ornaments in gardens, see sculpture in gardens
Orthosiphon aristatus (cat's whiskers)
   Colleen Keena on 36.17
Osier, Mirabel
   'Great expectations' (article from 'The Garden' by Mirabel Osier) 15.11
outdoor rooms/garden rooms
   'The Essence of Garden Design' (Lenffer) 4.4
   'Modern/formal gardens' (Buchanan) 70.8-70.9
   'The outdoor room' book review 10.11-10.12
   'Plant architectronics' (Jacka, Martini, Pearce, Vendramin) 6.20
   sub-gardens 5.15, 12.17
overstorey, see shaded areas
Owen, Chris
   meeting reports 40.15
   'Pond ecology' 34.14-34.15
Page, Lesley and Neville
   new joint Study Group Coordinators 87.1
Page, Russell 16.12
painters and gardens, see art; impressionist gardens
palms 3.8
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.10
   'Trees with topknots' (Simmons) 21.16
Pandorea spp.
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.9-91.11
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray) 52.19
   'Climbers Continued' (Murray), comments on 53.4
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.6
   Pandorea jasminoides 4.21
Pangerang House, Victoria
   visit to 43.26
paper daisies, see daisies
parkland, see public gardens
Parlane, Linda
   meeting to consider garden design for 29.18
Parliament House gardens (Canberra, ACT) 6.16-6.17
Parris, Dorothy
   book reviews 5.5
Parry, Nola
   Wildflower Place nursery 50.17, 70.25-70.26
Parsons, Susan
   article on Walcott garden for Canberra TImes 88.2-88.4
parterres, see hedges
passage-ways, see courtyard gardens; pathways
Passiflora spp.
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.11-91.12
'Passion For Place - Gardens of the Blue Mountains'
   criteria for inclusion (letter) 71.5
Passmore, Neville
   'Summer, not autumn foliage colours', noted by Geoff Simmons 17.18
paths
   'How Marbled Geckos Are Helping To Design Our Garden' (Daniels) 94.8-94.9
pathways, see also edging; open space
   'Advantages of lining pathways' (Densley) 34.5-34.6
   'Cherree's secret garden' (Snape) 29.10
   'Dissecting Park: flagging down specificity' -- students from Faculty of Environmental Design & Construction (Snape) 25.8
   Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 67.10-67.11
   'Horizontal divisions in a garden' (Snape) 24.7
   'The Kevin Hoffman Walk -- a Suburban Streetscape' (Snape) 6.12-6.13
   'The natural -- formal spectrum' (Snape) 12.12
   'Path in Chris Larkin's garden' (Snape) 84.5-84.6
   'Reversal in design' (different approaches) (Simmons) 16.14
   'Shaded pathways' (Simmons) 20.16-20.17
   'Tranquillity or challenge?' (Simmons) 31.9-31.10
   'Visit to Shirley Carn's garden' (Snape) 96.17-96.19
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' [river pebble] 92.17
   wallaby tracks (Simmons) 31.19
   'Way-finding' (Pipitone) 55.8-55.9
   weed control mats 4.19
   'What is a garden? Report of Sydney branch visit to Bolwarra February 15, 1997' (Long) 17.19-17.20
   'Width of paths' (Simmons) 23.16
Patrick, John
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' (organisers) 52.13
   'Design with Australian plants' (conference talk) 6.8-6.9
   Karwarra Garden and 72.17
   'Kylie Minogue talks Garden Design' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.2-81.3
pavers, see surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc)
Payne, Alison
   '3D landscape' (computer program) 18.12-18.13
pea plants
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' (Stewart) 91.10
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] (Snape) 56.13-56.14
   'Planting Under Established Eucalypts' (Simpson) 46.14
peaceful gardens, see harmony; tranquil gardens
Pearce, Jonathan
   'Plant architectronics' 6.20
Pearson, Matt
   survey by 32.20
Pennisetum alopecuroides (swamp foxtail or fountain grass)
   is it indigenous? 12.3
Percy, Ian
   'Australian wildflower gardens (or what's in a name?)' 10.5
   book reviews 15.9-15.10
   'Design influences' 10.12
   'Designing with indigenous plants' 11.4-11.6, 12.3
   'Experiment with a formal xeriscape Australian native garden design' 5.7
   'Garden design from the Illawarra region of NSW' 10.16
   garden design interests 5.12
   GDSG objectives 5.2
   make-overs (letter) 31.3-31.4
   'Olive Mellor and 'Woodend Bent'' 31.5
   on books and articles 5.5
   'Planning a low water garden in the ACT' 11.14
   'Plant combinations' 11.17
   ''Top 10' Australian plants' 31.16
   visit to garden of (Hambrett) 26.9
Percy, Sharon
   letters from 69.5
perennial borders, see garden borders
perennials
   daisies 3.4-3.5
   'In search of the Australian petunia' 14.13
perfumed gardens
   booklet 'Sensory Gardens for Horticultural Therapy Programs' (Drew) 27.19
   'Design for perfumed gardens?' (Simmons) 26.13-26.14
   'Go Smell the Natives' (Houseman) 76.13-76.14
   'Landscaping basics and a bit of fragrance' 66.16-66.17
   'The perfumed garden' (conference talk) (Sanderson) 6.8
   'A prostanthera bank' (St Clair and Snape) 32.14
   'Sense and sensuality' (Shimizu and Keena) 40.12
   'An unexpected groundcover' (Jasminum) (Simmons) 10.19
Perkins, Ern & Lesley
   'Ext. from research report Growing Australian Vic APS March 2009' 70.14
permanent plants, see framework plants
Persoonia pinifolia 6.11
Persse, Georgina
   visit to Suckling and Geary garden 44.21-44.22
pests, see also wildlife in the garden
   'Australian native plants for pots, courtyards and small gardens' (Roach) 96.9
   'Growing Australian plants for 25 years on clay soils' (Howes) 39.9
   hibiscuses and 8.16
   'Keeping sandflies and biting midges at bay' (Reilly) 17.3
   mosquitoes and water features 18.3
   native plants prone to insect attack (eg, scale) 18.10
   no plants found that repel sandflies and midges 18.3
   plants that repel mosquitoes 18.3
Petts, Jeanine
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' 90.15-90.18
Pfeiffer, Andrew
   'It works' [on taking risks] (Main) 50.12-50.13
pH, see soil types
philosophy of design, see garden design philosophy
Philotheca spp., see Eriostemon spp.
phorbs, see forbs
photo competition
   Garden Design Study Group 30.6, 31.6, 32.4, 33.1, 33.4-33.5, 33.9
photography
   age of gardens in (Cavanagh review) 41.11
   'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' 40.11, 41.2-41.3
   'Creating garden vistas' (Snape) 35.13
   dates on photos 33.5
   'Developing Garden Photography' (Web) 77.6-77.7
   'Foliage and photography' (Buchanan) 47.10-47.11
   for future publications 54.21
   for GDSG book no.2: 75.1
   for newsletter 76.18-76.19
   form and foliage, and different seasons (Snape) 31.22
   garden photos on website 64.3
   'Gardens as a subject for photographers rather than as an object' (Kalfala) 77.5
   hedges and paths in photos 37.13
   letter regarding photos of Queensland gardens 70.4
   'Limits to garden design & photography' (Buchanan) 18.11-18.12
   'Photoessay - Details in the Garden' [banksias] (Walcott) 82.8, 82.9-82.12
   'Photographing gardens' (Moody) 31.7
   photos for website 69.1
   photos from 'Treetops' on web 76.3-76.4
   photos in newsletter 68.1
   photos of special gardens retained 69.1
   proposal for 53.3
   records of garden design 82.4
   royalties, how to spend 54.8, 63.4, 65.1, 65.6, 66.3
   slide shows 78.14, 78.17-78.18, 79.15
Phyla nodiflora
   is it indigenous? 12.3
Phyllanthus cuscutiflorus 66.15-66.16
physical data collection, see planning
picture gardens, see visual elements in design
'picturesque' design
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.4
Pieroni, Margaret
   'Dryandras in garden design' 9.4-9.5
Pimelia physodes (qualup bells)
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' (Walcotts) 92.2
Pink, Olive Muriel 93.7
Pinus radiata (pine)
   'When Disaster Strikes…' (Walcott) [damage from storms] 95.1-95.3
Pioneer Museum, Mulwala 15.6
Pipitone, Shirley
   'The "dullness" of indigenous plantings? 38.13
   ACT Branch starting under leadership of 53.1
   book reviews 21.9, 22.9-22.11
   'Canberra Branch plans to design a garden' 56.9
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' (Johnson) 80.6, 80.9
   comments on 'More Than Luck' 73.4-73.5
   common features of naturalistic gardens (letter) 27.3
   conference guests invited to visit 35.5
   Cootamundra weekend 53.8
   'Creating a new garden "inside" an old one' 11.14
   'Design of Woden Senior Citizens' Centre A.C.T.' 37.3-37.5
   first ACT garden visit (Russell garden) 54.15-54.16
   'Garden of Maureen and Bill Mutton, Urambi Village' 60.13-60.15
   garden reports 65.14-65.15
   'A gentle colour scheme' 15.3
   'Green fingers' [garden report] 65.15
   'Index to newsletters' 54.8-54.9
   'Judging gardens' 57.18-57.19, 57.21
   'Judging gardens', response to 59.9-59.11
   letters from 52.4-52.5
   quotes about gardens 22.7
   'Report of Canberra GDSG visit to Orana School Open Garden' (Robbins) 60.15
   'Requests for garden designers' 56.4
   resignation as ACT Branch leader 73.2
   'Ros and Ben Walcott's garden, Red Hill ACT' 57.16-57.18
   'Small trees' 26.14-26.15
   'Summary of criteria for assessment of garden design' 56.17
   'There's A Leak in the Creek' (poem) 75.5
   'Way-finding' 55.8-55.9
   whether ANPSA membership required for GDSG 69.3-69.4
Pitkanen, Nicola
   'Australian Natural Garden Styles' 72.8-72.9
pittosporum
   dwarf forms for containers 34.16
   'Pittosporum -- my "bush Nanny"' (Hambrett) 30.18-30.19
   'Pittosporum undulatum -- Traitor or Survivor ?' (Howell) 42.16
   removal of (Jan Fleming's garden) 35.18-35.19
Pizzey, Graham
   'The additional dimension -- wildlife in the garden' (conference talk) 5.12
placement of plants, see planting schemes
planning, see also climate change; drawing; garden design; garden design projects; planting schemes; records of garden design
   Andrews and Lloyd's garden 61.4-61.6
   'Canberra Branch plans to design a garden' (Pipitone) 56.9
   change with age theme -- new, youthful, mature, book review 2.7
   'Cloudy Hill garden - four and a half years on' (Johnson) [garden map] 80.11
   'Coping with constraints' (Snape) 22.6-22.7
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.8-65.9
   'Design.....and sticking to it' (Hambrett) 64.10-64.11
   'Design.....and sticking to it' (Hambrett), responses to 65.6-65.7
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Buchanan) 16.10-16.11
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Dempsey & Thomlinson) 17.16-17.17
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Hall) 17.17-17.18
   drawing and site analysis 19.6-19.7
   'Garden design plans online' (Howes) 58.8-58.9
   'A garden design project -- RAOU Headquarters, Melbourne' (Snape) 9.18
   'Garden design -- where do we start?' (Snape) 21.11-21.12
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) (compacted, competition, high pH, sandy) (Bond) 17.10-17.12
   'A garden portfolio: keeping track of your plants and ideas' (Simmons) 12.17
   'General planning and design guidelines' (Lenffer & Snape) 6.10
   'General planning and design guidelines' (Lenffer & Snape) (reprinted from NL 6) 12.13-12.14
   'In - Decision' (Buchanan) 63.10-63.11
   'Kenrokuen Garden, Kanazawa, Japan' (Howes) [embracing constant change] 89.16-89.17
   'Limits to design' (changes to plans) (Hulme) 16.14-16.15
   'Master Plan for the Australian National Botanic Gardens' 91.15
   'My Garden Design' (McCarthy) 58.4-58.6
   'One 'Must Know' Principle of Gardening' (don't fight your site) (Howes) 76.11-76.12
   'Plan first, plant later' (Rose and Dunk) 34.14
   'Planning ahead for temperature increase' (Simmons) 22.4-22.5
   'Planning and Designing Australian Gardens - A few ideas to get you started' (Howes) 80.11-80.12
   'Planning or designing a garden -- is there any difference?' (Snape) 57.8-57.11
   plans needed in records of garden design, letter about 79.3
   'Plant architectronics' (Jacka, Martini, Pearce, Vendramin) 6.20
   'Putting it into practice' (Stone) 19.7-19.8
   'Report of meeting on Sunday June 3 at Jan Fleming's' 35.18-35.19
   'Site analysis' (Datson, Lee) 18.5-18.6
   site analysis (spatial, functional and visual) 14.19-14.20
   sketch designs 6.10
   'Starting a new garden' (Youssef) 31.10-31.11
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' (van de Merwe) 95.9-95.11
   'Vic SGAP exhibit, International Flower and Garden Show 1997' (Barrett) 17.8-17.9
   visit to Buchanans' garden 58.23-58.24
plant combinations, see also colour in the garden; planting schemes 6.14, 32.15
   Bev Courtenay 7.13-7.14
   Cherree Densley 9.17
   Correa calycina and Grevillea oleoides 22.18
   design ideas -- for fun 6.11, 7.15
   eucalypts with pine-like trees and acacias (Lee) 41.15-41.16
   for shade and for small gardens 4.10
   from Victorian meeting (Densley) 32.14-32.15
   'Getting it right!' (Simmons) 26.6-26.7
   hibiscuses and 8.16
   John Hulme, Ian Percy, Diana Snape 11.17
   Lindy Harris 7.14
   'On the South Coast' (Pymble) 32.14
   Parliament House gardens (Canberra, ACT) 6.17
   'Plant and colour combinations: red/grey combinations' (Densley) 10.18
   'Plants in design (from NE Vic meeting)' (Buchanan) 29.17
   'A pleasing blend of flower colours in May' (Hall) 10.18-10.19
   question on 'Plants that harmonise with conifers' 6.7, 7.9
   'Street planting of callistemons' (with Hardenbergia) (Pye) 9.16
   'Successful combination of species' (Hambrett) 6.14-6.15
   'Successful plant combinations' (Munro) 32.13
   Trudy Grace 7.13
   'Two plant combinations' (Snape) 10.18
   'White/yellow/cream/green combinations at "Denbly", Killarney' (Densley) 11.16
   Yanderra (Jo Hambrett's garden) 44.14-44.15
plant health, see plant selection
plant names, see language
plant selection, see also colour in the garden; cultivars; plant combinations; planting schemes; reliable plants
   '"Australian Plants for Mediterranean climate Gardens' book review 46.20
   'A Touch of Formality' [hedges] (Buchanan) (Growing Australian, v. 56(3)) 82.5-82.6
   'Across the Top. Gardening with Australian Plants in the Tropics' book review 46.20
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design] (Simmons) 32.12
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design] (Simmons), response to 33.8
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' (Snape) 66.10
   'The Book of Garden Design' book review 22.9-22.11
   changed weather patterns 74.17
   'Choosing plants' (Thompson) 33.16-33.17
   'Complexity in a garden' (Snape), letter about [reliability of native plants] 78.3
   'Design categories of plants' (Snape) 62.6-62.9
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.9-65.10
   'Drain-cloggers' (Barrett) 29.5
   'Easy to Propagate' (Snape) 74.9-74.10
   'Farncombe' garden record (Howes) 83.6, 83.10-83.12
   'Favourite indigenous plants' [northern Victoria] (Hall) 31.16-31.17
   'Garden design and the collector' (Larkin) 43.8-43.9
   'Garden design for a village in a desert area' (Boladeras) 27.6, 27.7-27.9
   'The garden of Joy' (Cook) 68.13-68.14
   'Grow What Where computer program' (Courtenay) 8.17-8.18
   'Growing designs' [reliability of plants] (Paul Thompson) 32.4-32.5
   'Growing designs' [reliability of plants] (Paul Thompson), comments on 33.6, 33.12-33.14, 34.4
   'Hindsight and Garden Design' (Hambrett) 75.16-75.17
   'Introducing my gardener identity' [lush, green look] (Eskdale), comment on 44.7-44.8
   'Landscaping basics and a bit of fragrance' 66.16-66.17
   letters about 80.3
   losses after hot weather 24.20
   Mont Albert (McIver's garden) 25.4-25.6
   'My favourite Australian plants' [Melbourne] (Hanson) 31.15-31.16
   native plants to replace exotics, see substitute plants (natives for exotics)
   'One 'Must Know' Principle of Gardening' (don't fight your site) (Howes) 76.11-76.12
   path borders, see edging
   'Planning for appearance or collection' (Simmons) 24.6
   'Plant ideas' (Rose) 30.19-30.20
   'Plant selection and fauna issues' (Howes) 66.17
   'Plant variability (and unreliability)' (Snape) 79.12-79.13
   'Planting in communities' (Buchanan) 6.14
   'Plants for a dry shaded garden with clay soil' (Yarra) 55.9-55.10
   'Plants for steep banks' (Roberts) 24.15-24.16
   plants that damage buildings (Rose and Snape) 28.3-28.4
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) 92.8-92.12
   Russell garden 78.23-78.24
   sculptural plants, see feature plants
   'Shirley Carn's garden' (Snape) 84.19
   'Signature plants & a "universal" plant list' (Keena) 18.16
   'Six plants for a very small garden' (Larkin) 56.15
   'Soils ain't soils and plant selection' (Howes) 58.17-58.18
   'Soils ain't soils and plant selection' (Howes) 84.6-84.7
   'Survival of Australian plants' [reasons for losses] (Hoile) 59.8
   Sydney plant lists 19.17-19.18
   'Ten popular plants' (Howes) 18.17
   'Terrific Temptations' (Floyd) 29.17
   'The Dynamic Garden(er) - pt. 1' (Larkin) 74.8-74.9
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' (van de Merwe) 95.9-95.11
   ''Top 10' Australian plants' [South Coast] (Percy) 31.16
   ''Top 10' plants (via 'Gumnuts')' (Howes) 31.15
   ''Top 10' plants' (Walters and Little) 28.17-28.18
   'Tree roots' (James) 29.6
   'Trees vs foundations' (Nielsen) 29.5
   'Trees vs sewers -- a problem of co-existence' 29.7
   'Trees which may damage structures' (Lee) 29.6-29.7
   'Violets on the move' (Snape) 75.17-75.18
   visit to Cornish and Wilkes garden 80.13-80.15
   visit to garden of Ian Tranter 83.21-83.23
   'The way we were', on Green Web Sydney (reprinted from SMH) 26.6
   'When to bite the bullet' [removing unwanted plants] (Webb) 32.13
   'When to bite the bullet' [removing unwanted plants] (Webb), comments on 33.7
   'Why is it so?' [plant losses in dry conditions] (Holliday) 36.15-36.16
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 50.6-50.10
plant size, see also large plants; small plants; small trees
   Acacia and Melaleuca 61.4
   'Landscaping with grevilleas' (Marriott) 10.9-10.11
   poor labelling by nurseries (Densley) 33.7
   'Rainforest species for the garden' 66.15-66.16
plant succession, see garden development
plant survival, see reliable plants
plant variation
   origin of propagation material (Wallace) 8.8
planting schemes, see also colour in the garden; drawing; garden design; planning; plant combinations; plant selection; spacing of plants 58.6
   asymmetrical design (Hambrett) 50.7
   'Australian Planting Design' book review 41.12-41.13
   combining Australian and exotic plants 13.8-13.10
   'Concept design for a tapestry garden' (Hall) 57.6-57.7
   'Do odd numbers count?' (Murray) 55.7-55.8
   'Do odd numbers count?' (Murray), comments on 56.12
   'A few design ideas -- for fun' (Durbridge) 6.11
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria' 32.8-32.10
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria', comments on 33.7
   'A garden to attract birds and frogs' (Scales) 59.6-59.7
   'Gardening a "nature strip"' (Snape) 31.13
   'Gardening a "nature strip"' (Snape), comments on 32.20
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin) 40.13-40.14
   'Memorial Garden in Rosanna Parkland' (Hanson) 60.7
   'My Garden Design' (McCarthy) 58.4-58.6
   'Planning or designing a garden -- is there any difference?' (Snape) 57.8-57.11
   planting near rocks 20.5
   'Plants as form' (Thompson) 19.5-19.6
   'Redesign of a corner in a suburban bush garden' (Yarra) 58.6-58.7
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.4-89.5
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   'Roundabout planting design' (Webb) 30.10-30.11
   'A school garden in the bush' (Fisher) 16.8-16.9
   structural diversity in 11.6
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin), comment on 41.16
   the pleasing garden 14.14
planting techniques
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.11
   long stem planting 50.20
   planting into compacted soil 89.2
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.20
plants as form, see shape/form
plants for protection
   'Awkward plants: Plants for protection -- protection for plants' (Simmons) 14.8
'plantsmen', see collectors' gardens
Podocarpaceae
   'Australian conifers' (Buchanan) 20.10-20.11
   'Regarding conifers' (Simmons) 21.14
poetry
   'The designer's lament' (Hambrett) 59.5
   'In praise of cushion bush' (Baghurst) 58.9
   'In praise of cushion bush' (Baghurst), response to 59.5
   'Phoenix' by Judy Baghurst 75.4
   'There's A Leak in the Creek' by Shirley Pipitone 75.5
pollen, see anti-allergenic gardens
pollination
   'Bees - a Worrying Compilation of Evidence' (Walcott) 86.11-86.14
   'New UK National Pollinator Strategy' (Garden Drum) 89.18
pollution, see air quality
Pomonal Wildflower Show
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.10
ponds and dams, see also water features; wetlands
   Canberra GDSG Visit to Carwoola 86.22-86.23
   'The 'evolving' compartments' (Densley) 33.10-33.12
   garden design project (Kennedy) 21.7, 21.8
   keeping your pond/dam clear (Lee) 14.14
   'Landscaping around the house on Mt Clay' (Densley) 27.12
   meeting at Chris Owens' [frog ponds] 40.15
   meeting report (Rigg and Leggat) 34.19
   'Noake's Garden, near Nowra, NSW' (Walcott) 96.20-96.23
   'Paul Thompson's garden' (Larkin) 28.10
   'Pond ecology' (Owen and Larkin) 34.14-34.15
   'Urban Greening and Natural Pools' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.5-81.6
   visit to garden of Michelle Gallant and David Rose 86.19-86.20
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.25-90.27
   visit to Price's garden 50.18
   'Water in the garden at "Denbly", Killarney' (Densley) 9.6-9.8
   'Water in the garden: the value of ornamental ponds' (Thompson) 9.6
portable gardens, see container gardens/pot plants
postage stamps, Australian
   'Walcott Garden stamp!' (Snape) 88.2-88.4
   'Walcott Garden stamp!' (Snape), letters about 89.1-89.2
posters
   'Threatened Plants of Australia' poster from Woolworths 26.12
pot plants, see container gardens/pot plants
potting mixes
   'Gardening down-under', by Kevin Handreck (info on soils and potting mixes) 18.16
   'Growing Native Plants in Pots' (Walcott) 75.19-75.20
   'Plants in pots' (Simmons) 18.16
   requirements for 41.14
Powell, Robin
   'Gardening: kangaroo paw, our fuzzy furry friends' 93.6-93.7
practical tips, see maintenance
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' (Stewart) 90.8-90.10
preparation, see soil preparation
Prescott, Ann
   'Native grasses: should we eat them or smoke them?' 48.16-48.17
preservation of gardens
   design records and, see records of garden design
   Garden Conservancy (America ) 73.7
Preston, Margaret
   retrospective at AGNSW 52.20-52.21
Price, David & Betty
   visit to garden of 50.18
prickly plants
   'Awkward plants: Plants for protection -- protection for plants' (Simmons) 14.8
print library, see slide library
Printhie Winery, Molong
   meeting reports 62.20
problems, see garden design problems
productive gardens, see also food from gardens
   hibiscuses and 8.15
professional members 7.16, 19.3
   Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers 11.18
   commercial promotion on website 53.6-53.8, 54.5-54.6
   contact details 66.31
   list of eco-aware designers 72.3
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) (site used for plant trials) 72.13
   persuading clients to use indigenous plants (letter) 48.3
   'Profile of a professional member' (Flegman) 12.18
   referrals to 1.6-1.7
   'Requests for garden designers' (Pipitone and Snape) 56.4-56.5
   special interests of group members 36.3
   whether SGAP membership required for GDSG 10.3-10.4
projects, see garden design projects
promotional materials, see also logo; websites
   bookmarks, banners, booklets and slide shows 78.14, 78.17-78.19, 79.15-79.16
propagation
   by nurseries for revegetation 22.13
   difficulty with indigenous plants 12.3
   easy to propagate plants (SA; letter) 75.3
   'Easy to Propagate' (Snape) 74.9-74.10
   'Mistletoes in garden design?' (Snape) 32.17
   origin of propagation material (Wallace) 8.8
   'Propagation, repetition and design' (Snape) 71.10-71.11
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.20
   'Serendipity in Australian garden design' (Snape) 27.18-27.19
proportions (ratios) in garden design
   'Informal gardens - natural by design' (Snape) 69.7-69.8
   'Three "R's" of garden design' (Snape) 21.5
prostantheras
   as indicators of dryness (Howes) 38.15
   letter about 50.3
   'A prostanthera bank' (St Clair) 32.14
protection, see shelter plants
Proud, Christine
   duck ornaments 33.5
pruning (rejuvenation), see also coppicing
   'As Time Goes By' (Larkin) 76.9-76.10
   'A bit of a trim' (Eden) 40.15
   course and books (letter) 42.14
   'Garden design over time in a temperate climate' (Snape) 15.14-15.15
   'Gardens in Hong Kong and Thailand' (Larkin) 38.9-38.10
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.5
   grevillea cultivars (Looker) 9.17
   'Growing Australian plants for 25 years on clay soils' (Howes) 39.9-39.10
   'I've got that . . . feeling' (Larkin) 61.12-61.14
   Leptospermum laevigatum 18.14
   letters about 70.3
   'A little off the side and is that dandruff I see?' 48.19
   meeting reports 66.25
   'Notes on formal gardens' (Datson with NE Vic Branch) 33.9
   'Principles of Pruning' (Gerber) 42.10-42.13
   'Pruned formality' (Hall) 18.14
   'Pruning again' (Larkin) 70.16-70.19
   'Pruning Australian plants' (Snape) 61.14-61.15
   'Pruning in the Australian garden' (Simmons) 5.8-5.9
   'Pruning options with callistemons and melaleucas' (Snape) 4.14
   pruning shrubs to make small trees (Simmons) 10.18
   'Report of meeting at Jacci Campbell's on Saturday August 17 2002' 40.16
   'Resurrection in a native garden' (Walcott) 84.13-84.14
   'Select list of taxa severely pruned at the Australian National Botanic Gardens', compiled by Stewart Donaldson 9.16-9.17
   'Serendipity in Australian garden design' (Snape) 27.18
   'Training plants, including coppicing and pruning' (Looker) 8.7-8.8
   visit to garden of Michelle Gallant and David Rose [removing dead tree fern fronds] 86.19-86.20
   'What shape are your plants in?' (Larkin) 47.9-47.10
   'Wind-taught Pruning' (Murray) 43.11-43.12
psychology of gardens
   'Messy ecosystems, orderly frames' (Nassaeur) 38.6-38.8
ptilotus
   'Travels and design' [Pilbara trip] (Snape) 48.4-48.5
public gardens, see also botanic gardens; urban environments
   'American vision well worth considering' [Fountain Hills, Phoenix, Arizona] (Snape) 39.13
   Australian Plant Garden Network 15.4
   bus tour by Rodger Elliot of indigenous public gardens around Melbourne 15.20-15.21
   'Civic Gardens' (McCarthy) 60.12-60.13
   'Design and management of open parkland' (Shannon and McCarthy) 8.7
   design ideas -- for fun -- a gaudy small park 10.17, 11.15
   'Design of Woden Senior Citizens' Centre A.C.T.' (Pipitone) 37.3-37.5
   funding ideas for 33.19
   'Garden design -- metropolitan style' (Webb) 38.10-38.11
   'Gardens in Hong Kong and Thailand' (Larkin) 38.9-38.10
   'Growing designs' [reliability of plants] (Paul Thompson) 32.4-32.5
   'Growing designs' [reliability of plants] (Paul Thompson), comments on 33.12-33.14
   'Heed the call of nature' [on landscape architecture] (Farrelly) 53.15-53.16
   information centre (WA) 53.9
   John Knight Memorial Park 55.8-55.9
   Knox Community Centre 59.13-59.14
   National Gallery of Australia fern garden 23.13, 26.9-26.10, 32.8
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens (McCarthy) 60.3, 60.12-60.13
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens (McCarthy) (letter about) 61.3
   'Private versus public garden design' (Simmons) 33.12-33.14
   'Private versus public garden design' (Simmons), comments on 35.3
   'Propagating, growing and establishing Australian plants for public areas' (Wallace) 8.8
   South Coast meeting report 58.20-58.23
   VET Horticulture Certificate, hospital garden (Larkin) 62.9-62.10
   'Visiting the Chinese Garden, Sydney' (Snape) 51.6-51.7
public land
   Katanning public space, letter about 90.2
   'New UK National Pollinator Strategy' (Garden Drum) 89.18
publications, see also book reviews
   booklets from local Councils 79.3-79.4, 80.3
publications by GDSG, see also photography; 'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants'
   'Are native plants increasing in popularity?' [pamphlet proposed] (Howes) 65.22-65.23
   booklet on garden design planned 71.1, 71.7-71.9, 78.19
   choice between print and electronic 84.3-84.4
   database of Australian plants (Smith) 66.5-66.6
   ideas for 59.17, 61.18
   NE Vic Branch guide not produced 72.18
   NE Vic Branch local water-wise booklet 44.16, 50.21, 51.18, 52.22-52.23, 53.9, 54.22, 59.12
   NE Vic Branch proposed guides 42.21, 54.8
   NE Vic Branch reprints 61.19
   photography for future 54.21
   plans for second book 69.1, 75.1, 84.3-84.4
   relevance to all regions (Snape) 67.3
   royalties, how to spend 55.4, 63.3-63.4, 64.5-64.6, 64.15-64.16, 65.1, 65.6, 66.3, 66.4, 69.14-69.15
Putting Green Garden
   Newcastle garden visits 69.17-69.18, 73.19
Pye, Anne 7.9
   book reviews 10.11
   'Cottage garden effect' 7.8
   'Design for a 'cottage garden' border' 10.6
   design ideas -- for fun -- primary school 13.6, 13.17
   'Open space and natives' 7.4
   'Street planting of callistemons' 9.16
Pymble, Michele
   letters from 62.5-62.6, 81.18
   meeting reports 64.15
   meeting reports, responses to [on formality] 66.11-66.13
   'On the South Coast' 32.14
   Open Gardens visited (letter) 52.6
   SE NSW APS Group weekend at Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 67.5
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' 52.14
   'Thubbul' 81.15-81.16
Queanbeyan, see also ACT gardens
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' 87.21-87.25
Queensland branch
   inaugural GDSGQ news sheet called Sketch Plan 95.5
   planning for 2013 conference 77.3-77.4
   proposed (Smith) 64.6-64.7
   visits proposed for 94.2, 95.5
Queensland gardens
   'The Botanic Gardens of Queensland' (Smith) 79.10-79.12
   'Cottage garden design with Australian flowers in South-East Qld' (Keena) 10.6-10.7
   daisies growing well in Brisbane 3.5
   Forest Gardens Cape York Botanical Walk (Cairns) 38.12
   'A garden design with a difference' (Simmons garden, Qld) 8.18-8.19
   'Keeping sandflies and biting midges at bay' (Reilly) 17.3
   Kershaw Gardens in Rockhampton (Webb) 38.10
   landscape and birds of Queensland 31.1
   letter regarding photos of 70.4
   letters about 65.7
   letters about (Rouse) 75.7
   list of books on subtropical gardens 3.9
   melaleucas & leptospermums for SE Queensland 3.5-3.7
   'Native Plants for Curtis Region Gardens: Finding and Growing our Local Species' 57.20
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) 72.12-72.15
   Queensland Region Conference (Gold Coast 2002) 40.6
   Redlands IndigiScapes Centre 21.3
   Roma Street Parkland (Brisbane) 38.10-38.11, 41.6-41.8
   'Show fever' (Smith) 44.7
   'Visits to Queensland gardens' (Kennedy) 28.13
   'The Wallum garden' (Simmons) 17.8
questionnaire
   about grevilleas 80.16-80.17
quiet places, see also noise in the garden; tranquil gardens
   'A pattern language' book review 15.10
quotes about gardens, see also language 22.7, 26.16, 81.17-81.18, 82.7
   'at home they [eucalypts] speak' (Balfour) 37.12
   Atwood and Wolsely 54.16
   Bunce, Fox and Low 53.18
   Charles Dickens on spiders 49.3
   Francis Bacon 56.23
   Gertrude Jekyll 56.21
   gnomes are fine if you live in gnome country 37.8
   Hobhouse and Levine 59.6
   'if it takes one thousand years [to grow], they had better start immediately' 34.17
   Jacqui Goddard 60.5
   Judith Wright poem 52.20
   Karen Hall at gardendrum.com 84.11
   Karen Hall at gardendrum.com, response to 85.7-85.8
   'May your garden be inspiring' 33.6
   Moller and Church 55.18
   Monty Don in The Road to Le Tholonet 84.11-84.12
   Monty Don in The Road to Le Tholonet, Ros Walcott's response 84.11-84.12
   Moore (The Poetics of Gardens) 53.24
   'morse code -- dots and dashes across the landscape' [stones and sleepers] 34.6
   old eucalypts as 'apartment blocks' for wildlife 35.17
   on foliage appreciation 90.13
   Russell Page on lifting people above daily pre-occupations 52.20
   Steve Martino on 'native plants - good' 83.19
radio, see media appearances
Raine, Tom & Ann
   'Ann and Tom Raine's garden' 59.13
   garden on 'Gardening Australia' (TV and magazine) 59.1, 59.13
   meeting reports 70.26-70.27
   visit to garden of 50.3, 50.17, 51.3
rainfall, see dry areas; water use
rainforest gardens, see also tropical gardens
   blending with exotics (Datson) 15.20
   'A Blue Mountains garden design' [needing a landscaper] 15.4, 15.7
   'Creating an Australian rainforest garden' book review 7.6-7.7
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Buchanan) 16.10-16.11
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Dempsey & Thomlinson) 17.16-17.17
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Hall) 17.17-17.18
   dispersal of berries (letter) 27.2
   Forest Gardens Cape York Botanical Walk (Cairns) 38.12
   minimising water demand 9.11
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) 72.14
   'Rainforest plants' [not to be planted outside their natural area] (Nicholson) 35.14-35.15
   'Rainforest species for the garden' 66.15-66.16
   'Rainforest tub shrubs' [NSW] (McGregor) 25.9
   southern areas, water demands of (Howes and Snape) 35.3
   'Sub tropical rainforest NSW' (Mackenzie) 69.12-69.13
   'A temperate Australasian fern gully' [Melbourne area] (James) 14.6
   'Use of water in the garden: establishing a three bucket rainforest' (Keena) 9.10
   'Use of water in the garden: the 3-bucket rainforest revisited' (Keena) 19.10-19.11
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 50.8
raised beds, see beds
Raleigh, Jeanne and Royce
   Open Garden Scheme 14.16
   visit to garden of 33.6
rare or endangered species
   'Small eucalypts of eastern Australia suitable for Melbourne suburban gardens' (Rule) 8.14
Rath, Donna and Terry
   visit to garden of ('Daleba') 82.18, 85.17-85.18
Rathie, Kerry and Annabelle
   'Visits to Queensland gardens' (Kennedy) 28.13
ratios, see proportions (ratios) in garden design
Raynor, John
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' (Snape) 60.11-60.12
RBG Cranbourne, see Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria)
Reading, Barbara
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.11
records of animals, see Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)
records of garden design, see also slide library
   'A Format for Recording Gardens' by Ros Walcott 73.8-73.11
   Bev Hanson's garden record online 82.1
   Blue Mountains (Hambrett) 71.4-71.5
   by GDSG members 73.2
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   criteria for selecting gardens for recording (Hambrett) 74.5
   criteria for selecting gardens for recording (Snape) 74.5
   'Farncombe' garden record (Howes) 83.4-83.12, 83.23
   Ford garden 84.22
   format for recording gardens 82.3-82.4
   'Format for Recording Gardens' (Chris Larkin with Vic Group) 72.7-72.8
   format for (Vic groups) 71.1, 71.4, 71.15-71.17, 72.1
   'A garden portfolio: keeping track of your plants and ideas' (Simmons) 12.17
   "Garden Snapshots" on website 84.1, 94.1
   'Guidelines for Selecting Gardens' (Chris Larkin with Vic Group) 72.6
   'Keeping garden records' (Snape) 8.24-8.25
   letters about 79.3
   list of newsletter articles 80.4
   meeting reports 74.17, 89.21, 90.21
   Morton garden, Woodford, NSW 81.13-81.15
   Open Garden Scheme 3.13
   Open Garden Scheme selectors' checklist 74.3-74.4
   photos for 82.4
   planning and 1.1, 1.7, 2.4, 3.3, 3.13, 70.1
   proposals for additional records 82.1
   proposals for additional records (letters) 82.2-82.4
   'Recording Gardens -- A Guide to Measuring and Recording Gardens' by Richard Ratcliffe 22.11, 23.14-23.15
   'Recording gardens' (James) 90.2-90.3
   'Recording Significant Gardens Project' (James) 78.4-78.5
   Russell garden 78.21-78.24
   'Shirley Carn's garden' (Snape) 84.17-84.20
   'Some Thoughts and Ideas for Recording Gardens' by Ros Walcott 73.7
   'Suggested headings and questions for Recording Gardens' by Howes 73.5-73.6
   suggested process 79.4-79.5
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' (Stewart) [photograph changes] 90.9
   'Weekly record of the 10 best plants at Killarney' (Densley) 21.15, 23.2
   Wynen and Vanzetti garden 78.24-78.27
recycling
   'Glass pebbles (or 'jewels') for the garden' (Snape) 35.17
Redding, Barbara
   visit to Lewin garden 88.23-88.24
redesign, see existing gardens; rehabilitation (changing an old garden)
Red-fruit saw-sedge (Gahnia sieberiana)
   'The 'evolving' compartments' [water features] (Densley) 33.11-33.12
Redhead Garden
   Newcastle garden visits 73.17
Redlands IndigiScapes Centre
   demonstration gardens 21.3
regeneration projects, see also remnant vegetation
   Casuarina reserve (Frankston, Victoria) 5.7-5.8
   difficulties of (Howes and Snape) 35.3
   'Garden design with landscape' (Snape) 13.5-13.6
   'Is a new term needed?' [for environmental regeneration] (Simmons) 23.6
   letters about 57.5
   letters about (Jones) 66.7
   'Lizard Lounges and Butterfly Bars' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.5
   'Paddock to Paradise' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.6-81.7
   propagation by nurseries for 22.13
   reafforestation and water use, response to 57.5
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' (Blake) 16.3-16.5
regional gardens, see also botanic gardens
   see names of gardens by State, eg ACT gardens
rehabilitation (changing an old garden), see also existing gardens
   'Change and redesign to capture garden peace - revisited' (Yarra) 72.9-72.10
   Change and redesign to recapture garden peace (Yarra) 71.14-71.15
   'Change and redesign to recapture garden peace' (Yarra) 71.11-71.12
   'Design of Woden Senior Citizens' Centre A.C.T.' (Pipitone) 37.3-37.5
   'Musings of Mt. Penang' [old detention centre site] (Harris) 50.15-50.16
   'The realities of making a garden' (Garrett) 18.11
   'When Disaster Strikes…' (Walcott) [damage from falling trees] 95.1-95.3
Reichelt, Bonni
   'An Australian garden in the Tuscany style' 24.10-24.11
   wallum garden (Qld) 40.6
Reilly, Lyn & Peter
   'Aims & a mission statement' 21.3-21.4
   'Dead-heading banksias?' (Snape), response to 40.2
   'The greenhouse effect, climate change and Myall Park Botanic Garden' 60.16
   'Keeping sandflies and biting midges at bay' 17.3
   'Naturalistic gardens' 27.14-27.15
   Queensland Region Conference at the Gold Coast 2002 40.6
Reinterpreting Glovers Garden By Jeanine Petts 90.15-90.18
rejuvenation, see pruning
reliable plants, see also plant selection 61.10-61.12
   banksias 2.6
   criteria for 1.3
   daisies 3.4-3.5
   'Experiment with a formal xeriscape Australian native garden design' (Percy) 5.7
   'Growing Native Plants for 30 years on Clay Soils' (Howes) 51.13
   Highfields (NSW) 4.12
   list for ACT (Pipitone) 52.5
   list for Victoria (Pam Yarra) 62.5
   list of NSW (Michelle Pymble) 62.5-62.6
   Melbourne (clay soil) 4.11-4.12
   'Plants one can trust' (Walcott) 60.9-60.10
   'Plants surviving extreme weather conditions' (Snape) 66.17-66.18
   'Plants you can trust' (Snape) 59.8
   'Self sown plants' (Snape) 36.18
   Setchell on 33.5
   'Some hardy melaleucas' (Knight) 39.17
   Sydney (free-draining loamy soil) 4.11
   Sydney (loam over clay) 4.10-4.11
   'Ten reliable plants' (Murray) 60.9
   'Two Cheers for the Correas' (Walcott) 95.5-95.8
   value of lists of (letter) 53.17
   visit to garden of Farrow and Kendrick 81.24
   'Where eagles drift' [Upper Hunter Valley] (Finnie) 63.8
   'Why is it so?' [plant losses in dry conditions] (Holliday) 36.15-36.16
Rembel, Gunther and Gitta
   'It works' [on taking risks] (Pfeiffer & Main) 50.12-50.13
remnant vegetation, see also regeneration projects
   Elliston Estate 56.10, 57.14-57.15
   'Garden design with landscape' (Snape) 13.5-13.6
   preservation of, and use in landscaping (Rennick) 28.4
   South Coast reserves 58.23
Rennick, Stefanie
   cutting grasses into mounds 31.19
   death of 33.2
   garden design projects 11.17, 12.15, 14.15, 28.4
   'The harbinger of Spring' 31.6
   letters from 33.2-33.3
   'Local native habitat gardens' 27.12-27.13
   'Regarding: Bursaria spinosa' 33.3
   'Viridans CD ROM biological database' 31.13-31.14
Renouf, Pam
   death of 58.24
   Report of Sydney meeting on Sunday August 19 2001 36.19
renovation, see existing gardens; garden development; regeneration projects; rehabilitation (changing an old garden)
repetition, see also mass planting
   'About trees' [harmony] (Margaret Lee) 41.15-41.16
   'Cherree's secret garden' (Snape) 29.10
   'Complexity in a garden' (Snape) 77.8-77.9
   'Design philosophy behind "The Sorn" (Campbell) 18.6-18.7
   'Do odd numbers count?' (Murray) 55.7-55.8
   'Do odd numbers count?' (Murray), comments on 56.12
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.5
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin) 40.13-40.14
   meeting at Roberts' garden 29.17-29.18
   'Notes on formal gardens' (Datson with NE Vic Branch) 33.9-33.10
   of survivors (Larkin) 47.9-47.10
   planning a new garden [report of Melbourne meeting] 18.17-18.18
   'Principles of garden design' (Rowland) 24.5
   'Propagation, repetition and design' (Snape) 71.10-71.11
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.20
   'Three "R's" of garden design' (Snape) 21.5
   through cuttings of successful plants 18.8
replacement plants, see substitute plants (natives for exotics)
replacing 95.1-95.3
reptiles, see wildlife in the garden
research
   CSU Environmental Studies research into grasses 45.20
   'Experiment with a formal xeriscape Australian native garden design' (Percy) 5.7
   'I see green' [sustainability in cities] (Johnson) 45.6-45.10
   on how Australians value the landscape (Pipitone) 52.4-52.5
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   request for research reports 3.14
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' (Snape) 60.11-60.12
residence 94.5
rest areas, see also tranquil gardens
   'Three "R's" of garden design' (Snape) 21.5
restoration, see regeneration projects
retaining walls 93.24
revegetation, see regeneration projects
Rhagodia spp.
   'Low hedges' (Hall) 10.17
RHS Cheshire flower show
   APS display at 45.16
Rigg, Martin
   'New garden project' 40.10
   plans for new garden (letter) 32.2
   'Report of meeting on Sunday March 18' [2001] 34.19
   visit to garden of 50.22
rivers, see views; water features
RMIT
   'Dissecting Park: flagging down specificity' -- students from Faculty of Environmental Design & Construction (Snape) 25.8
   'Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens' (Knight) 17.3-17.4
Roach, Alison
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' 96.10-96.13
Roach, Brian & Carol
   'Amazing Greys' 95.9-95.12-4
   'Australian native plants for pots, courtyards and small gardens' (Roach) 96.6-96.9
   Open Garden Scheme 50.13-50.14
   'Scleranthus biflorus -- Canberra Grass' 44.14
   visit to garden of (Pymble) 52.6
roadside planting, see nature strip/footpath garden design; street trees
Robbins, Jan
   'Garden of Maureen and Bill Mutton, Urambi Village' 60.13-60.15
   'Report of Canberra GDSG visit to Orana School Open Garden' 60.15
Roberts, Barry
   'Biodiversity in the garden' 38.13-38.14
Roberts, Tony & Joy
   'Another approach' [design criteria for judging gardens] 29.8
   'Garden visits in Melbourne' (Webb) 29.11
   meeting at garden of 24.16-24.17, 29.17-29.18, 44.16-44.17
   'Plants for steep banks' [compilation of suggestions from Blake and others] 24.15-24.16
   'Putting it on paper' [seminar report] 19.6-19.7
   'Replacement plants' 21.16
   visit to Hirst garden 43.23
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) 7.4
Robinson, Philip
   Study Groups 67.6-67.7
Robinson, Sally & Simon
   Open Garden Scheme 38.12
Robinson, Sandra & Owen
   meeting reports 62.18
rocks in garden design 4.9
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' (Snape) 66.9
   commercial source of mock rocks 41.17
   dryandras in rockeries 9.4
   'Garden design at Dural' [meeting report] 40.17-40.18
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.24, 89.26
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman' 87.19
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.24
   'Glen Iris Design' [design of Jankovic garden by Bev Hanson] 85.11-85.13
   Marriotts' garden 88.25-88.26
   'Path in Chris Larkin's garden' (Snape) 84.5-84.6
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.7
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [Weird and Wonderful Garden] 92.11
   'Rock-making with Geoff Sitch', photos by Peter Garnham 13.17
   rock-making workshop with Geoff Sitch 35.20
   Sitch's recipe for making rocks' 4.9
   'Strong statements in garden design' (Simmons) 21.7
   'The use of correas in garden design' [rockeries] (Hitchcock) 37.11
   'Use of rocks in the garden' (Hanson) 20.5
   use of sandstone and sludge on Sydney Olympic site (Howes) 39.16
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.26
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.23-90.28
Rogers, Fred
   'Eremophilas' [conference to commemorate Rogers] (Snape) 65.18-65.19
Roma Street Parkland, Brisbane
   'The many moods of water at Roma Street Parkland' (Smith) 41.6-41.8
   Webbs' visit to 38.10-38.11
roof gardens
   'Burnley Living Roofs' (Catherine Stewart) 86.7
   Morton garden 81.13-81.15
   Wolf garden, Millthorpe 85.16-85.18
roof gardens and green roofs, see also vertical gardens
   'An enormous green roof' (Snape) 90.7-90.8
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 (Snape) 68.8
   bushfire threats and (letter) (Morton) 39.2-39.3
   'Green roofs and walls November issue' (Snape) 61.7
   'I see green' [sustainability in cities] (Johnson) 45.8
   'Sky gardens, the green roof fad comes to town' (Weekend Australian) 79.7-79.9
   visit to garden of Deidre and Ivor Morton 48.20
Rooks, Barbara and Roger
   report on visit to garden of 88.19-88.21
rooms, see outdoor rooms/garden rooms
Rosaceae (rose family)
   'Roses with other names' (Watson) 53.16
Rose, David
   visit to garden of 86.19-86.21
Rose, Lorna
   'Photographing gardens' 31.7
Rose, Nicky (later Zanen), see also Zanen, Nicky (born Rose)
   'Gnomes' 37.7, 37.9
   Hambrett's visit with in London 49.1
   'Ideas from London' 41.3-41.4
   'Indian Garden -- "A Spiritual Garden"' 42.14
   letter about flooding 74.4
   letters from 28.3
   'News from London -- gardening activities in allotments' 38.3
   news from London (letter) 45.4, 49.3
   'Our UK experience with Aussie plants' (Hanson) 56.12-56.13
   'Plan first, plant later' 34.14
   'Plant ideas' 30.19-30.20
   'Some European gardens' 34.9
   'Thoughts on mulch' 30.5
   'Trees vs foundations' (Nielsen) 29.5
Rosser, Celia
   banksia watercolours by 36.17
Rossiter, Jill
   death of 7.1
   'Kuring-gai Cottage and Jill Rossiter' (Buchanan) 10.13-10.14
   visit to garden of 7.4-7.5
Rosten, Noel & Rae
   Open Garden Scheme 38.12
Rotary Garden DesignFest 2006: 56.3-56.4
rough-leafed plants, see prickly plants
Rouse, Susan
   letters from 75.7
Rowland, Daniel 66.3
Rowland, Gordon 11.18
   'A comment on colour' 3.11
   editor of Landscape Outlook 26.12
   'Garden boundaries' (extracts from Inner Western Suburbs Courier) 21.12-21.13
   'Garden design using Australian plants -- a sense of unity' 11.13-11.14
   garden in book 30.15
   'Gardens for tomorrow: the Landscape Australia garden design conference' 5.9-5.12
   'How to degrade the landscape without really trying' 28.16
   Indigenous Landscape Design Australia website 72.3
   letters from 21.2, 52.6, 54.5-54.6, 66.5
   'A low-maintenance lawn?' (extracts from Inner Western Suburbs Courier) 24.14-24.15
   meeting at Rowlands' property 64.15
   meeting at Rowlands' property, responses to [on formality] 66.11-66.13
   move to Pacific Palms (letter) 45.3-45.4
   native plants to replace exotics 3.8
   Olympic Coordination Authority and 22.3, 23.5
   photos of Joseph Banks Native Garden 4.7
   plans for GDSG workshop 54.4
   'Preparing your new garden' [extracts from Inner Western Suburbs Courier] 23.11-23.12
   'Principles of garden design' [extracts from Inner Western Suburbs Courier] 24.5
   reliable plants 4.11
   roses and lawns [response to Morris' response to Flannery] 38.5
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' 52.15-52.17
   'The Sydney garden: where is it headed?' 27.5-27.6
   thank you to Diana Snape 42.3
   visit to garden of (Snape) 32.8
   'Visits to country gardens' (Gunter) 64.12-64.13
   'The way we were' (reprinted from SMH) 26.5-26.6
Rowland, Gordon & Marie
   'Habitat gardens' 87.4-87.6
   'A marriage of aesthetics and ecology' 62.12-62.14
   Open Garden, 4-5 October 2014 87.3
   'Our eco-house and garden' 62.10-62.12
Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society Spring Show ( Wayville)
   'A "neat" formal courtyard garden' (Lee) 20.12-20.13
Royal Botanic Gardens (Cranbourne), see Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria)
Royal Botanic Gardens (Melbourne) 4.19
   'The nostalgia factor' (Simmons) 17.6
Royal Botanic Gardens (Sydney)
   'The Friends go Native' [tour of GDSG gardens] 44.14
   'Friends Go Native in Victoria' (Hambrett) 48.13
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden: a talk to the Friends of the RBG 28-7-04' (Hambrett) 48.6-48.12
Royal Horticultural Society Journal, see Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society
Royal Park, Gatehouse Street (Melbourne area) 15.21
Royal Show display (SA) 20.18
Royal Talbot Rehabiitation Centre, Melbourne
   'Easy to Propagate' (Snape) 74.9-74.10
royalties, how to spend, see 'Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants' (GDSG book)
royalties on book published by GDSG, see 'The Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants'
Royston, Lucinda
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman', photos 87.18-87.20
Rule, Kevin
   'Small eucalypts of eastern Australia suitable for Melbourne suburban gardens' 8.14
Rulingia hermanniifolia
   'Groundcovered' (Harris) 57.13-57.14
Rumble, Paula
   Cootamundra weekend 50.20, 53.8
   'We Venture' (Cootamundra weekend) 53.21-53.22
rural environments, see also Landcare projects
   'Australian plants for the rural and urban environment' (Kawarra 1996) 17.7-17.8
   Australian plants in 13.5-13.6
   Heartland: The Regeneration of Rural Place' book review 53.17
   'The Garden in the Clouds' by Woodward, review by Walcott 75.21-75.22
   'Visits to country gardens' (Gunter) 64.12-64.13
Russell, Chris
   'The Australian Garden -- a happening thing' [Cranbourne construction] 45.5
Russell, Deborah
   artwork by 48.23
Russell, Janet
   'Southern Tablelands Ecosystems Park (STEP) - an ambitious project seeking a home' 82.22
Russell, Janet and Andy
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' 92.13-92.15
   visit to and description of garden of 78.21-78.24
   'Visit to Janet and Andy Russell's Garden in Aranda, ACT' 92.12, 92.19
Russell garden
   'Criteria for describing gardens' (Johnston) 56.15-56.16
   first ACT garden visit 54.15-54.16
rust, see fungal infections
Rymer, Betty
   'The 1996 NSW Garden and Wildflower Spectacular' 15.17
   'Australian wildflower gardens (or what's in a name?)' 10.5
   'Doryanthes and crinum' 15.3
   'An indigenous garden: "always there is a challenge"' 6.15
   low hedges 9.17
   on value of lists (letter) 53.17
   'Recommended trees for Sydney' 9.12
   'Some water conservation ideas from Sydney' 10.12-10.13
Sack, Tinka
   'American vision well worth considering' [Fountain Hills, Phoenix, Arizona] (Snape) 39.13
Sago, Peg and Glyn
   'A small unit garden' [retirement village] (Webb) 37.6
Sales, John
   '"Garden maintenance", an untenable term?' [article from 'The Garden' by John Sales] 15.10-15.11
Salkin, Esma & Alf
   banksias in garden of 3.7
   reliable daisies 3.4-3.5
saltbush, see Atriplex (saltbush)
Salter, Barbara
   book, garden and death of 15.10
salty gardens, see coastal gardens
sand-dune gardens
   Chelsea Flower Show (UK) 3.11
   'A garden beside the sea' (Burke, in The Age) 24.11
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' [WA] 39.8
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
Sanders, Gwen
   question on plant species that kangaroos don't eat 6.8
Sanderson, Geoff
   'The perfumed garden' (conference talk) 6.8
sandy gardens (non-coastal)
   'The Desert Park, Alice Springs' [red sand] (Snape) 39.10
Saniga, Andrew
   Ellis Stones memorial garden, visit to 82.13-82.14
scaevolas
   'Groundcovered' (Harris) 57.13
   'Successful plant combinations' (Munro) 32.13
   'Successful plant combinations' (Munro), response by Bowing to 34.4
Scales, Therese
   'A garden to attract birds and frogs' 59.6-59.7
   'Gardening in Small Places: Garden Pots' 85.9-85.10
   'Healing gardens' 55.14-55.15
   letters from 71.3
   memorial for Ellis Stones 87.16
scarlet fuchsia, see Graptophyllum excelsum (letter-leaf or scarlet fuchsia)
scented gardens, see perfumed gardens
Schaumann, Maureen
   visit to garden of 47.16-47.17
Schoenaich, Brita von
   'The natural garden: Landscape Australia conference' 16.3
scholarships
   funding ideas for 33.19, 64.5-64.6
   royalties, how to spend 63.4, 65.1, 66.4
school gardens, see also children 13.6
   design ideas -- for fun -- primary school 11.17, 12.15, 13.6-13.7
   'Local native habitat gardens' (Rennick and students of Ormond East Primary School) 27.12-27.13
   Ormond East Primary School 11.17, 12.15, 13.6-13.7, 14.15
   'Report of Canberra GDSG visit to Orana School Open Garden' (Robbins) 60.15
   'A school garden in the bush' (Fisher) 16.8-16.9
Schreier, Janna
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
Schroder, Bruce
   'Native trees for Nature Strips & Street Planting' 70.14-70.15
Schubert's Nursery, Melbourne
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.8-48.9
scientific and common names, see language
Scleranthus biflorus
   'Scleranthus biflorus -- Canberra Grass' 44.14
Scotia Sanctuary (far western NSW)
   Snapes visit to 56.24
scramblers, see climbers
screens, see also height variation in gardens
   'Garden boundaries' (Rowland) 21.12-21.13
   hibiscuses and 8.16
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 43.15-43.16, 50.6-50.7
sculptural gardens
   Jacquie Winder's new garden 6.4
   Paul Thomson's list of books for 6.6
sculptural plants, see feature plants
sculpture in gardens, see also art; furniture in gardens
   'Australian icons -- where do they fit into garden design?' (Simmons) 7.13
   '"Dairy Cans" pebbly garden' (Houseman) 58.14-58.16
   'Decorating the Australian garden' (Swain) 30.18
   design ideas -- for fun -- Australian sculptural features (Durbridge) 12.15-12.16
   Distinctive sculptures (Landscape Australia, 4/1999) 28.16
   duck ornaments (Proud) 33.5
   Fenn garden, Duramana 85.18-85.19
   'Garden art' (Hambrett) 30.16
   garden visits, Camden area 66.27-66.28
   'Gardens in Cornwall' (Yarra) [Mud Maid] 95.19
   'Getting it right!' (Simmons) 26.6-26.7
   'Gnomes' (Rose and Snape) 37.7, 37.9
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' (Stewart) 93.12-93.13
   Linda Floyd's garden 31.19
   Magic Pudding characters (Simmons and Snape) 29.2-29.3
   Maroochy Bushland Botanic Garden 89.10
   'Ornamenting the garden' (Munro) 31.14
   'Ornaments in the garden' (Snape) 30.17
   'Our garden' [gravestone] (Norm & Maureen Webb) 31.12
   Pioneer Museum, Mulwala (Hall) 15.6
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.22
   Rath garden, Mount Rankin 85.17
   report on visit to Yarra's garden (Snape) 90.22
   'Sculpture in Australian gardens' (Snape) 14.14
   'Siting of Australians images?' (Howes) 12.17
   termite mound as symbol 19.6
   tour of Cranbourne Botanic Gardens 50.23
   visit to the Yackandandah Pottery 50.22
   Wide Brown Land sculpture at STEP 82.22-82.23
   'A wind sail' (Simmons) 35.14
   Wolf garden, Millthorpe 85.16-85.18
seaside gardens, see coastal gardens
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) 92.8-92.11
seasonal change
   'Banksias in Pots and in the Garden' (Walcott) [winter flowering] 94.9-94.12
   'Introducing my gardener identity' (Eskdale), comment on 43.5, 44.7-44.8
   'Natural gardens?' (natural qualities to avoid or reproduce) (Densley) 16.6
   necessary in gardens (letter) (Howes) 39.3
   plans for second book 69.1
   proposal for book on 64.16
   report of meeting at Buchanan's garden 31.20, 32.19
   'Seasonal change' (Snape) 79.9-79.10
   'Seasonal Changes at Yarrawonga' (Hall) 45.10-45.11
   'Seasons of the year' [D'harawal Peoples] (Bodkin) 44.13
   'Slow gardening' (Larkin and Snape) 54.17
   'Spring gardens' (Snape) 32.7-32.8
   'Summer in the garden' 43.13
   'Winter colour' (Larkin) 27.16-27.17
   winter in the garden (Snape) 35.22
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' [spring and summer flowering plants, Tasmania] (Watson) 10.8
seating in gardens, see furniture in gardens
secret gardens, see hidden delights (secret gardens)
Seddon, George (Prof.)
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.8, 52.13
   'A comment on the GDSG classification scheme' 6.5
   non-indigenous vs exotic plants 40.9
   on weed potential 54.6, 54.18
   'Some thoughts from George Seddon's opening lecture at the 1996 Landscape Australia' by Diana Snape 17.12
Sedgley, Margaret
   'Improvement of Ornamental Eucalypts' 43.15
seed availability
   'Australian native grasses' (Snape) 55.12-55.13
   'Lawns of Australian Grasses' (Snape) 51.8-51.9
   small eucalypts (Victoria) 22.18
selecting gardens
   Open Garden Scheme selectors' checklist 74.3-74.4
selecting plants, see plant selection
selling a house, see leaving a garden
seminars, see also conference reports
   FJC Rogers Seminar APS Victoria 81.2-81.9
   FJC Rogers Seminar, Melbourne 76.4
   'S.E. Coast NSW APS Garden Design Workshop Weekend' 67.9-67.11
   SE NSW APS Group weekend at Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 67.5
   Study Group displays at 67.6
   workshop handout (Hambrett) 67.12-67.16
Senna artemisoides
   'Amazing Greys' (Roach) 95.14
sense of place
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.13-94.20
sensory gardens, see also noise in the garden; perfumed gardens
   Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens 58.19
   'Sense and sensuality' (Keena) 40.12
sensual gardens, see sensory gardens
serene gardens
   see tranquil gardens
Setchell, Barbara
   Australina pusilla (shade nettle) as groundcover 35.11, 37.7-37.8
   reliable plants 33.5
   'Thoughts on mistletoe' 33.17
sewerage systems, see built environment in gardens
Sexton, Tony & Penny
   garden visits, Camden area 66.27-66.28
Seymour, Linda & Tony
   meeting reports 62.20
SGAP (Society for Growing Australian Plants) (later APS), see also ASGAP (Associated Societies for Growing Australian Plants) (now Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.)); Australian Plant Society (APS) (previously SGAP)
   Albury/Wodonga garden visits 22.8
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' (Snape and GDSG) 36.5-36.7
   'The Botanic Gardens of Queensland' (Smith) [APS contributions to] 79.12
   ethics of commercial promotion 53.6-53.8
   'The future of cultivars' (Walter) 65.20
   Garden Design Study Group, see Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
   Master Plan by Swaby (Walter) 63.4-63.5
   Pine Rivers Branch, book by 75.22-75.23
   planning for 2013 conference in Queensland 77.3-77.4
   Queensland Region Conference at the Gold Coast 2002 40.6
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.8
   whether SGAP membership required for GDSG 10.3-10.4, 11.3
shaded areas
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   'Glenda & Bernie's garden: shelter & shade' 18.8
   Hibiscus tiliaceus walkways 21.2
   'In - Decision' (Buchanan), responses to 64.7
   'Light and Shade in the Garden' (Ros and Ben Walcott) 83.13-83.14
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape), suggestions for 36.11
   plant combinations for 4.10
   'Plant ideas' (Rose) 30.19
   'Plants for a dry shaded garden with clay soil' (Yarra) 55.9-55.10
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.22-90.23
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra), letter about 91.5-91.8
   'Plants for dry, shady areas' (Borrell) 11.18
   'Plants for dry, shady areas' (Durbridge) 12.17
   'Plants for shaded areas near established trees' (Holliday) 26.15-26.16
   regenerating the understorey 59.4-59.5
   regenerating the understorey, response to 60.3, 61.3-61.4
   'Reliable plants' 61.10-61.11
   report on visit to Yarra's garden (Snape) 90.21
   'Shaded pathways' (Simmons) 20.16-20.17
   'Summer in the garden' 43.13
   'Trees and dry shade' (Densley) 41.16
   'Trees for shade' (Melbourne meeting) 30.19
   'Visit to the Garden of Janine Hunstone, Duffy, ACT' 92.17
   'Winter sun, summer shade with clematis' (Hall) 18.16
Shannon, Andrew
   'Design and management of open parkland' 8.7
shape/form, see also foliage
   'A circular garden' [based on mandalas] 24.16
   'Describing (small) trees' (size and form) (Snape) 8.10
   'Design as an ongoing experiment' (Hambrett) 36.8
   design principles (from John Brookes's Garden Design book) (Hambrett) 22.5
   'Plants as form' (Thompson) 19.5-19.6
   sculptural plants, see feature plants
   'What shape are your plants in?' (Larkin) 47.9-47.10
Shaw, Pat
   reliable daisies 3.5
Shaws Road Winery
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
Shears, Ian
   'Creating a grasslands garden' 17.8
Sheather, Warren and Gloria
   ABC's 'Gardener of the Year' finalists 35.10
shelter plants
   'Awkward plants: Plants for protection -- protection for plants' (Simmons) 14.8
   Diamond garden, Yass, garden visit 74.21
   Elizabeth Brett's garden 37.14-37.15
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.26
   'A salt lashed garden' (Blake) 23.7-23.9
   'Seven years on' (Orange) 5.17-5.18
she-oaks, see Allocasuarina spp.; Casuarina spp.
Shepherd, Jane
   'Directions in using Australian plants in the designed landscape' (Kawarra conference) 16.13
   'Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens' (Knight) 17.3-17.4
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' 12.4-12.7
Shepherd, Thomas
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.7
   'A Shrub in the Landscape of Fame' [biography of] 47.14
Shepherds Bush Botanic Garden
   Melbourne meeting at 34.18, 35.17-35.18
   'Shepherds Bush Local Plant Garden Extension -- Progress Report' (Loft) 36.20-36.21
Short, Maureen and Geoff
   report of meeting at garden of 21.18
shows, see flower and garden shows
shrubs
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.10
   dryandras 9.4-9.5
   'Feature plants' (Hall) 31.17
   'How close to plant?' (Buchanan for NE Vic Branch) 36.15
   'Landscaping with grevilleas' (SE Aust) (Marriott) 10.9-10.11
   large shrubs 10.9-10.11
   'Large shrubs/small trees' (SE Aust) (Snape) 8.12-8.13
   'Propagation, repetition and design' (Snape) 71.10-71.11
   'Shrubs, local & planted, in association with forest trees' (Elwell-Gavins) 7.10
   'Small trees, large shrubs' (Howes) 9.15
   'The use of correas in garden design' (Hitchcock) 37.10-37.11
'signature' plants, see feature plants
Significant Garden Register
   letter about 82.2
Silky Oaks
   garden visits, Camden area 66.28-66.29
Simmons, Geoff
   'Aims & a mission statement' 21.4
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design] 32.12
   'Ask yourself!' [philosophy of garden design], response to 33.8
   'Australian bulb-like species' 13.9
   'Australian design, Australian plants, or both' 3.12
   'Australian icons -- where do they fit into garden design?' 7.13
   'Australian plants for themes' 16.15
   'Australian plants for trellises' 4.21
   'An Australian tree garden' 12.13
   'Awkward plants' [water requirements, no suppression below, shape, appearance, suckering] 15.16-15.17
   'Awkward plants: Plants for protection -- protection for plants' 14.8
   book reviews 15.11
   'The "bottom line" for Australian plants' 34.17
   'A bridge between art and bush, or unorthodox creativity?' 22.13-22.14
   'Classify and/or describe?' 5.15, 9.12
   'Comments on small trees' 10.18
   death of 40.20
   'Design and the longevity of plants' 10.4
   'Design for perfumed gardens?' 26.13-26.14
   'Displaying Australian plants' 21.13
   'Do fashionable buzz words fit into the GDSG concept?' 5.12
   'Does anyone micro-burn?' 11.17
   'Evergreen -- a factor differentiating the Australian landscape' 14.15-14.16
   'Figs in Australian landscaping' 18.17
   'Finishes for open spaces' 4.19
   'A garden portfolio: keeping track of your plants and ideas' 12.17
   'Getting it right!' 26.6-26.7
   'Ground cover -- advocacy over-rated' 38.8-38.9
   'Imitation and imagination' 15.13-15.14
   'Influence of demographics on Australian garden design' 21.6
   'Is a new term needed?' [for environmental regeneration] 23.6
   'Is there a place for single seats?' 33.16
   'Leafy sticks -- cordylines and such-like' 29.16-29.17
   'Leafy sticks -- cordylines and such-like', response to 30.20
   'A leavening of leaves' 7.10-7.11
   letter on need for debate 31.4
   'Lichens' 27.19-27.20
   'Low rainfall -- drought in Australian garden design' 36.10
   'Multiculturalism in gardens' 13.10
   'Native plants for mini-hedges' 1.7-1.8
   '"Natural gardens" -- another hobby horse' 17.14
   'The nostalgia factor' 17.6
   'Organic mulch as a facet of the Australian scene' 29.14-29.15
   'Organic mulch as a facet of the Australian scene', responses to 30.3
   'Planning ahead for temperature increase' 22.4-22.5
   'Planning for appearance or collection' 24.6
   'Plant small' 6.4-6.5
   'Plants in pots' 18.14, 18.16
   'Private versus public garden design' 33.12-33.14
   'Private versus public garden design', comments on 35.3
   'Pruning in the Australian garden' 5.8-5.9
   'Putting a regional stamp on Australian garden design' 11.4
   'Recovering after bushfire' 8.19
   'Regarding conifers' 21.14-21.15
   'Regarding hybrids' 38.16
   'Reversal in design' [different approaches] 16.14
   'Sculptural Australian plants?' 38.14-38.15
   'Shaded pathways' 20.16-20.17
   'Shapes, profiles and shade' 5.14
   'Should sustainability be factored in?' 20.8
   species vs hybrids (letter) 38.2
   'Straight lines or curves' 19.16-19.17
   'Strong statements in garden design' 21.7
   'Summer, not autumn foliage colours' (Neville Passmore on ABC) 17.18
   'To mulch, or not to mulch?' 29.4-29.5
   'Tranquillity or challenge?' 31.9-31.10
   'Trees (especially small ones) in garden design' 8.9
   'Trees with topknots' 21.16
   'An unexpected groundcover' 10.19
   'Unique aspects for Australian garden design' 25.3
   visit to garden of 8.18-8.19
   'The "walkabout" garden' 19.10
   'The Wallum garden' 17.8
   'What is a small tree?' 24.3
   'Width of paths' 23.16
   'A wind sail' 35.14
   'WWW -- factors in garden design' 39.5-39.6
Simpson, Jan
   'Designing a Decent Daisy Field' 45.11-45.12
   'Hibbertias -- "You light up my life"' 21.16-21.17
   'An integrated garden' 39.11
   'Planting Under Established Eucalypts' 46.14-46.15
   'Why walk the Australian National University?' 45.6
Sinatra, Jim
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9, 52.13
   'Sinatra in the garden' (seminar talk) 19.6
Sinnamon, Ian
   biography of Karl Langer 76.5-76.8
Sir Joseph Banks Reserve
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.12
Sitch, Geoff
   recipe for making rocks 4.9
   'Rock-making with Geoff Sitch', photos by Peter Garnham 13.17
   visit to garden of (Snape) 32.7
site analysis, see planning
siting guidelines
   hot arid zones 4.15
Sitta, Tom
   green walls 45.8
Sitta, Vlad
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9-52.10, 52.13
   'Gardens of the Mind' 44.4-44.5
size of plants, see plant size
Sked, Jan
   as interim Study Group Coordinator 87.1
   'Growing Australian Plants in Subtropical Gardens' by SGAP, Pine Rivers Branch 75.22-75.23
sky gardens, see roof gardens and green roofs
slide library, see Garden Design Study Group ANPSA Aust.
sloping gardens/steep banks
   'A Blue Mountains garden design [needing a landscaper] 15.4, 15.7
   'Designing a garden on a steep block' (Herrmann) 20.19
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) 72.14
   'Plants for steep banks' (Roberts) 24.15-24.16
   report of visit to Larkin's garden 32.18, 93.17-93.22
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.20-94.22
   'Reversal in design' [alternatives to terracing] (Simmons) 16.14
small gardens
   'A Composition in Green and White' (Gunter) 85.8-85.9
   'Australian native plants for pots, courtyards and small gardens' (Roach) 96.6-96.9
   'Australian plants for small gardens and containers' book review 10.11
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' (Snape and GDSG) 36.7
   book on suggested 65.6
   design ideas 55.1
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Buchanan) 16.10-16.11
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Dempsey & Thomlinson) 17.16-17.17
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Hall) 17.17-17.18
   'Designing and planting in small spaces' (Thompson) 17.7
   Doris Gunn's list of books for small gardens 6.6
   'A formal design for a small garden' (Lee) 12.9-12.11
   'A formal garden using indigenous flora' (Burns) 15.4-15.5
   'Garden boundaries' (Rowland) 21.12-21.13
   'Garden design for small spaces' book review 15.9-15.10
   '"Garden design" with a new meaning' [in a retirement village] (Webb) 35.9-35.10
   'Gardening in Small Places: Garden Pots' (Scales) 85.9-85.10
   'An imagined small garden' (Snape) 57.11-57.12
   letters about 70.3-70.4
   meeting at Hodges' garden 85.23
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape) 34.10-34.11
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape), suggestions for 35.10-35.11, 36.11, 36.14-36.15
   'News from London -- gardening activities in allotments' (Rose) 38.3
   open space in 2.7-2.8
   'Our narrow 'courtyard' garden' 37.7-37.8
   'The Persistence of Gardening in the Inner City' (Melbourne Conversations) 37.2-37.3
   'Plan for a small courtyard' (Howes) 20.12
   plans for second book 69.1
   plans for second GDSG book 84.3-84.4
   plant combinations for 4.10
   proposal for book on 64.15-64.16
   recommended eucalypts, letter about 92.1
   'Six plants for a very small garden' (Larkin) 56.15
   'Small courtyard gardens' (Evans and Mayhew) 18.14-18.15
   'Small eucalypts for small gardens' (Kennedy) 55.12
   'Small garden areas' (Snape) 84.3-84.4
   'A small unit garden' [retirement village] (Webb) 37.6
   'A Small Wildlife Garden' (Murray) 56.7-56.8
   visit to Eleanor Hodges' garden 85.3
small plants, see also plant size
   'Grow what small plant' (book review) 10.11
   'hidden treasures' as seminar theme (nature has lots of small plants) 19.1
   plant small 8.11
   'Plant small' (Simmons) 6.4-6.5
   'Small delights' [small leaves and flowers] (Snape) 49.12
small trees, see also street trees
   description of 21.13-21.14
   letter on eucalypts (Howes) 93.2
   meaning of 'small' 21.14
   NE Vic Branch plans for local booklet 54.22
   'Ornamental small eucalypts' (Nicolle) 20.8-20.10
   small eucalypts (ACT) 22.18
   'Small eucalypts for small gardens' (Kennedy) 55.12
   small eucalypts (Victoria) -- seed available 22.18
   'Small trees' (Pipitone) 26.14-26.15
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' [small trees for under powerlines] 52.14
   'Using the smaller eucalypts in designing our gardens' (Snape) 23.17-23.18
   'What is a small tree?' [trimming to taste] (Webb) 26.15
   'What is a small tree?' (Simmons) 24.3
Smallwood, Rosalind
   dates on photos 33.5
   'Half a Chance' house for sale 33.8
   ''Half a Chance', Rosalind Smallwood's garden at Point Lonsdale' (Webb) 28.11
smell in gardens, see perfumed gardens
Smith, Karen
   'Strategic planning and design for weed control' 8.8-8.9
Smith, Lawrence
   Our 'Garden' at 17 Vores Road Whiteside 72.12-72.15
Smith, Lawrie
   '230 Years since Sir Joseph Banks -- A review of the Built Landscape of Australia' 41.4-41.6, 42.4-42.5
   AM for services to botanic gardens 48.17
   biography of Karl Langer 76.5-76.9
   'The Botanic Gardens of Queensland' 79.10-79.12
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' 65.8-65.11
   Garden Design Study Group - Queensland Chapter 94.2, 95.5
   'Growing Australian Plants in Subtropical Gardens' by SGAP, Pine Rivers Branch 75.23
   influence of Karl Langer on 76.8-76.9
   Kershaw Gardens and Roma Street Parkland 38.10-38.11
   letters from 65.7, 66.5-66.6, 70.4
   'The many moods of water at Roma Street Parkland' 41.6-41.8
   newsletter header by 62.2
   plans for second book 76.19
   Queensland group proposed 64.6-64.7
   'Show fever' 44.7
   water restrictions in Brisbane (letter) 56.3
Smith, Matt
   'Brave New World' (painting) 46.7
Smyth-Kirk, Ross
   Board of the Australian Flora Foundation 21.17
Snape, Diana & Brian, articles by 7.15
   'A vertical garden in Melbourne' 88.14-88.15
   'An enormous green roof' 90.7-90.8
   'Are native flowers better than exotics?' (Herald Sun) 21.11
   'Are the locals good enough?' 11.7-11.8
   'Are there formal elements in your garden?' 23.5-23.6
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' 66.9-66.10
   'The Australian Garden at Cranbourne' 55.17-55.18
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005 -- Creative Processes for Design Excellence' 52.8-52.10
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 report 68.7-68.8
   'Australian native grasses' 55.12-55.13
   'An Australian or an exotic "look"' 13.8-13.9
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' (Snape and GDSG) 36.5-36.7
   'An Australian wildflower garden?' 10.5-10.6
   'Banksias in garden design' 3.7-3.8
   'Barfield Garden', photos of 88.4
   Beechworth garden visits 7.8-7.9
   birds after removal of hybrid grevilleas 29.20
   book reviews 1.5-1.6, 10.11, 18.12, 19.11, 20.14-20.15, 28.14-28.15, 36.13, 62.15
   'The "Bush Garden" and other styles' 36.8-36.9
   'Change, in landscapes and gardens' 68.9-68.10
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?' 49.8-49.11
   'Change in the garden -- good or bad?', comments on 50.11-50.12
   'Change of Species over Time' 76.15-76.16
   'Cherree's secret garden' 29.10
   'A circular garden' [based on mandalas] 24.16
   'Classification of gardens' 9.12
   'Colour -- matter of proportion' 3.11
   'Complexity in a garden' 77.8-77.9
   'Container plants' 34.15
   'Containers in garden design' 23.6-23.7
   'Coping with constraints' 22.6-22.7
   'Coppicing' 20.17
   'Creating garden vistas' 35.13
   'Daisies in a Victorian coastal garden' 4.14
   'Daisies in the garden' 4.13-4.14
   'Dead-heading banksias?' 39.16
   'Dead-heading banksias?', response to 40.2
   'Death of a Garden -- a Change in the Landscape' (Hambrett), comments on 43.4
   'Describing (small) trees' 8.9-8.11
   'The Desert Park, Alice Springs' 39.10-39.11
   'Design categories of plants' 62.6-62.9
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' 29.7-29.8
   design ideas -- for fun (mosaic plantings) 12.15
   design ideas -- for fun (small square courtyard) 16.14
   'Design.....and sticking to it' (Hambrett), responses to [maths of unpredictability] 65.6-65.7
   'Different approaches to Australian garden development' 8.5-8.7
   'Dissecting Park: flagging down specificity' -- students from Faculty of Environmental Design & Construction 25.8
   DNA research on the eucalypt group 30.19
   'Easy to Propagate' 74.9-74.10
   'Ecosystem gardens' (from Orion Nature Quarterly), comments on 17.15-17.16
   'Edging pathways' 35.7-35.8
   'Eremophilas' 65.18-65.19
   'Eucalyptus Seminar - Friends of RBG Cranbourne' 91.13-91.14
   'Fifteen ideas for garden design' 19.15-19.16
   'Fifteen ideas for garden design', reprinted 64.8-64.9
   'Fire ecology and biodiversity' 40.6-40.7
   'A formal garden?' 52.11
   'Fungi in garden design?' 95.15-95.16
   'Garden design over time in a temperate climate' 15.14-15.15
   'Garden design project' -- a few more questions to consider 5.17
   'A garden design project -- RAOU Headquarters, Melbourne' 9.18
   garden design projects 11.17
   'Garden design using Australian plants: why such a late start?' 55.4-55.5
   'Garden design -- where do we start?' 21.11-21.12
   'The garden of Ninfa' 26.11
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' 96.13-96.16
   'Garden visits, Wangaratta' 49.11-49.12
   'Garden voices: Australian designers - their stories' book review 85.5-85.6
   'Gardening a "nature strip"' 31.13
   'Gardening a "nature strip"', comments on 32.20
   'Gardening ethics' 52.10
   'The general or the particular?' 40.14
   'General planning and design guidelines' 6.10
   'General planning and design guidelines' (reprinted from NL 6) 12.13-12.14
   George Pentland Botanic Garden 57.22-57.23, 58.19-58.20
   'Glass pebbles (or 'jewels') for the garden' 35.17
   'Gnomes' 37.7, 37.9
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' 94.5-94.8
   'Green groundcovers for a dry continent' [from The Age] 56.13-56.14
   'Green roofs and walls from "Australian Horticulture" November issue 61.7
   'Grevilleas' (from 'The Age') 72.10-72.11
   'Grevilleas in garden design' 72.11-72.12
   'Hakeas in our garden' 7.12
   'Historic gardens in Melbourne' 30.12-30.14
   'Horizontal divisions in a garden' 24.7
   'How do we recognise good garden design?' 11.3
   'An imagined small garden' 57.11-57.12
   'The importance of Australia's indigenous plants' 4.16-4.19
   'An indigenous, coastal garden' 4.6-4.7
   'Individual Grasses and Grass-like Plants' 51.9-51.10
   'Informal gardens - natural by design' 69.6-69.8
   'Keeping garden records' 8.24-8.25
   'The Kevin Hoffman Walk -- a Suburban Streetscape' 6.12-6.13
   'Large shrubs/small trees' (SE Australia) 8.12-8.13
   'Lawns of Australian Grasses' 51.8-51.9
   letters from 79.3
   'Lighting in the garden' 23.15-23.16
   'Maintenance as design' 12.16
   meeting reports 2.5, 21.17-21.18, 22.19, 74.16-74.19, 81.20, 89.21
   'Melbourne garden visit May 22 2016' 95.21-95.22
   'Mistletoes in garden design?' 32.16-32.17
   'More about mulching' 31.14
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' 34.10-34.11
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden', suggestions for 35.10-35.11, 36.11, 36.14-36.15
   'Natural, formal and the world in between' 67.8-67.9
   'The natural -- formal spectrum' 12.12
   'Naturalistic gardens' 26.13
   'Non--green mulches -- the good and the bad' 58.16-58.17
   obituary of Peter Garnham 73.1
   'Odds and evens' 56.12
   'On leaving our garden' 81.16-81.17
   'Open gardens 2000' 32.11
   'Open space in suburban gardens' 3.12-3.13
   'Order, or disorder?' 87.7-87.8
   'Ornaments in the garden' 30.17
   'Our narrow 'courtyard' garden' 37.7-37.8
   'An outlandish planting' 11.15
   'Path in Chris Larkin's garden' 84.5-84.6
   'Planning for all-year colour' 13.13-13.14
   'Planning or designing a garden -- is there any difference?' (Snape) 57.8-57.11
   plant combinations 6.14, 11.17
   'Plant variability (and unreliability)' 79.12-79.13
   planting arrangement question 6.11
   'Plants you can trust' 59.8
   'Propagation, repetition and design' 71.10-71.11
   'Pruning Australian plants' 61.14-61.15
   'Pruning options with callistemons and melaleucas' 4.14
   'RBG Cranbourne display at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2000' 30.8-30.9
   records of garden design (letter) 71.4, 74.5
   'Reliable plants' 61.12
   'Report of meeting on Sunday August 11 2002 at Chris Owens' and Chris Larkin's' 40.15
   report on bus tour by Rodger Elliot of indigenous public gardens around Melbourne 15.20-15.21
   report on garden visits 82.13
   report on Paul Mewton's project 5.18
   report on visit to Barfields' garden 87.15-87.17
   report on visit to Grampians gardens 88.21-88.26
   report on visit to Hanson's garden 89.18-89.20
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.20-94.22
   report on visit to Maranoa Gardens 84.21-84.22
   report on visit to Rooks' garden 88.19-88.21
   'Requests for garden designers' 56.4-56.5
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' 60.11-60.12, 60.22
   'Save those trees' 60.8
   'Sculpture in Australian gardens' 14.14
   'Seasonal change' 79.9-79.10
   'Self sown plants' 36.18
   'Serendipity in Australian garden design' 27.18-27.19
   'SGAP Queensland Region Conference at the Gold Coast 2002' 40.6
   'Shirley Carn's garden' 84.17-84.20
   '"Signature" Australian plants in design' 17.19
   'Sinatra in the garden' (seminar report) 19.6
   'Small delights' 49.12
   'Small garden areas' 84.3-84.4
   '"Soft" and "Hard" garden design' 5.14
   'Some ideas from the ASGAP Conference in Tasmania' 46.15-46.17
   'Sparse, fine or twiggy' 36.17
   'Spring gardens' 32.7-32.8
   'A stranger in a strange land' (Peter Thompson) 31.5
   substitute strategies to replace exotics 46.3
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' 52.14
   'Three "R's" of garden design' (Snape) 21.5
   'Tidy or untidy?' 24.5-24.6
   'Travels and design' [Pilbara trip] 48.4-48.5
   'Trees vs sewers -- a problem of co-existence' 29.7
   'Trying a mini-grassland' 56.20
   'Two plant combinations' (Snape) 10.18
   'An unnatural garden?' 16.9
   'Using the smaller eucalypts in designing our gardens' 23.17-23.18
   'Vertical gardens' 75.11-75.13
   'Violets on the move' 75.17-75.18
   visit to Freake garden ('Ideas for a secret garden') 81.13
   visit to garden of Michelle Gallant and David Rose 86.19-86.21
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' 28.12-28.13
   visit to Lewin garden, photos 88.23-88.24
   'Visit to Shirley Carn's garden' 96.17-96.19
   'A visit to Snobs Creek Fish Hatchery' 7.6
   'Visiting the Chinese Garden, Sydney' 51.6-51.7
   'Visual elements in design' (seminar report) 19.4
   'Walcott Garden stamp!' 88.2-88.4
   'Walcott Garden stamp!', letters about 89.1-89.2
   'Water -- a precious resource in an Australian garden' 9.8-9.9
   'What is an Australian garden?' 34.6-34.9
   'What is an Australian garden?', responses to 36.16
   'What's in a name?' 21.8
Snape, Diana & Brian, contributions of
   10-year anniversary as group leader 40.20
   see also 'Australian Garden: Designing with Australian Plants'
   'Australian Natural Garden Styles' (Pitkanen interview) 72.8-72.9
   back as newsletter editor 54.1
   books on garden design -- plans for 26.18
   books on garden design -- reprinting 72.5-72.6
   books on garden design -- royalties, how to spend 53.3-53.5
   Brian Snape awarded in Queen's Birthday Honours 51.1
   Brian Snape's photos praised 41.2-41.3
   last newsletter editorial 41.1
   leader again -- 2006 53.1
   leadership finishing again - 2008 61.20
   plans for second book 69.1
   thank you's to 41.20, 42.1, 42.3
   Vic leadership resumed by 68.23
   whether SGAP membership required for GDSG 10.3-10.4
Snape, Diana & Brian, garden visits 29.18, 39.19, 54.21
   Open Garden Scheme 12.8-12.9, 12.18, 14.16, 15.1, 16.16, 17.1
   'Recording gardens' (James) 90.2
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens 92.8-92.12, 92.20
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens, letter about (Howes) 93.2
   report on garden visits 78.15-78.16, 90.20-90.22, 91.19-91.21
   'Snape Garden' (James) 87.3
   visit to Larkin's garden 93.17-93.22
Snape, Diana & Brian, letters from 94.2-94.3
   Memorial for Ellis Stones (letter) 83.2-83.3
   on newsletter 88.2
   proposal for formal native garden at National Arboretum Canberra 95.4
   proposals for additional garden design records (letter) 82.3-82.4
Snape, Diana & Brian, media appearances
   garden and GDSG book on 'Burke's Backyard' 40.1
   garden on 'Gardening Australia' 24.20
   'Healthy, Wealthy and Wise' (Ch 10) 5.5
Snobs Creek Fish Hatchery 7.6
snow, see cold areas
Society for Growing Australian Plants, see ASGAP (Associated Societies for Growing Australian Plants) (now Australian Native Plant Society (ANPSA Aust.)); Australian Plant Society (APS) (previously SGAP); SGAP (Society for Growing Australian Plants) (later APS)
software, see also websites
   '3D landscape' (computer program) 18.12-18.13, 19.12-19.14, 19.21
   'Australian Plants in a Changing World' [computer-aided design] (Snape and GDSG) 36.7
   'Australian tropical plants volume 1, version 2' on CD-ROM (Keena) 15.12
   books on CD-ROM, see book reviews
   database of Australian plants (Smith) 66.5-66.6
   failure to find lists of useful plants with 40.16
   first 60 issues of newsletter on CD 63.3
   Grow it Gold 23.14
   'Grow What Where computer program' (Courtenay) 8.17-8.18
   interactive CD-ROM proposed 64.5
   'Landscape' (garden design software package in Home Series group by Autodesk) 14.12
   'Local plants and the ERIN database' (Keena) 23.16
   'More garden design programs' (McIver) 18.13
   Native Australian Tree Index Visual Encyclopaedia (NATIVE) 23.14
   request for Australian software 23.14
   'Viridans CD ROM biological database' (Rennick) 31.13-31.14
   Wrigley and Fagg Australian plants program 23.14
soil preparation
   'Advantages of lining pathways' [use of soil removed from] (Densley) 34.5-34.6
   Canberra GDSG Visit to Carwoola 86.22
   'Freshly dug soil' [water flow, and use of sandstone and sludge] (Howes) 39.16
   'Garden bed preparation' (Harris) 59.3-59.4
   'Growing Native Plants for 30 years on Clay Soils' (Howes) 51.12-51.13
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden', questions about 48.14-48.15
   'Loose soil' (Densley) 38.14
   'Preparing your new garden' (Rowland) 23.11-23.12
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.6, 89.8
   'Survival of Australian plants' [reasons for losses] (Hoile) 59.8
soil types, see also acid soils; clay soils; sand-dune gardens 96.10-96.13
   banksias from WA in pots 94.11
   'Drainage and pH' (Barrie) 40.14
   free-draining loamy soil 4.10-4.11
   'Fungi in garden design?' (Snape) [mycorrhizal fungi] 95.15-95.16
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman' 87.18
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.22-87.23
   list of banksias for Melbourne soils 2.6
   'No all-Australian gardens in a wildflower paradise?' (Esperance, WA) (Buchanan) 7.11-7.12
   'Plant variability (and unreliability)' (Snape) 79.13
   'Report of meeting on Sunday May 6 2001 at Fernbrook Garden, Kurrajong Heights' 35.20
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.20
   requirements for native plant soil mix (question) (Graham) 40.3
   'Soils ain't soils and plant selection' (Howes) 58.17-58.18
   'Soils ain't soils and plant selection' (Howes) 84.6-84.7
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' (Stewart) [testing soil pH] 90.8
   'The Answer Lies In The Soil' (Yarra) 84.7-84.8
   visit to garden of Farrow and Kendrick 81.23
   'Where eagles drift' [Upper Hunter Valley] (Finnie) 63.7-63.9
solar energy, see ecological approach
Sollya heterophvlla (bluebell creeper)
   environmental threat; billardieras as alternative 34.16
sound in the garden, see noise in the garden; quiet places
South America
   'Garden Design in South America' 75.13-75.14
   'Gardens in South America' (Borrell) 30.11-30.12
   'Letter from Argentina' (De Schulte) 33.4, 40.3-40.4
   visit to (letter) 62.4-62.5
South Australian gardens
   'Eremophilas from the desert' [Arid Lands Botanic Garden at Port Augusta] (Hall) 27.19
   'First GDSG S.A. branch meeting' (Lee) 15.18
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) (Bond) 17.10-17.12
   'Heat-tolerant plants' (Halliday) 70.12-70.14
   meeting at Tow's garden 21.19
   'Plants for shaded areas near established trees' [Adelaide] (Holliday) 26.15-26.16
   SA State Government Native Gardens Award winners 70.3
South Coast, NSW, see NSW gardens
Southall, Cheryl
   'Cheryl Southall's garden' (James) 55.15
   'My Garden' 75.15-75.16
   visit to garden of 53.24
Southern Hemisphere (Gondwana plants)
   'Geelong's 21st Century Gardens' (Arnott) 42.8
   'The Looking-Glass Garden: plants and gardens of the Southern Hemisphere' reviewed 36.13
Southern Tablelands Ecosystems Park, see National Arboretum Canberra
spacing of plants, see also open space
   'How close to plant?' (Buchanan for NE Vic Branch) 36.15
   question on plant growth rates and spacing 6.8
Spain
   'Trip to UK, France and Spain' (Walcott) 87.2
Species Mapper (database)
   'Local plants and the ERIN database' (Keena) 23.16
specimen plants, see feature plants
Sprague, Marilyn
   Goldfields Revegetation 34.12
spring, see seasonal change
Springfield, South Australia
   Australian Museum of Gardening, Carrick Hill Trust 91.8-91.9
St Clair, Ros
   'A prostanthera bank' 32.14
Stacey, Joy
   on local groups (letter) 48.3
stages of development, see garden development
stamps, Australian
   'Walcott Garden stamp!' (Snape) 88.2-88.4
   'Walcott Garden stamp!' (Snape), letters about 89.1-89.2
standard plants, see grafting
statistics, see Open Garden Scheme
statues, see sculpture in gardens
steep banks, see sloping gardens/steep banks
Stelling, Dot & Bob
   Garden Heritage Festival (Beechworth) 7.8-7.9
   'Report of meeting on Sunday March 18' [2001] 34.19
STEP (Southern Tablelands Ecosystems Park), see National Arboretum Canberra
Stewart, Angus
   after dinner speaker (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.8
   The Australian Native Garden: A Practical Guide 93.6-93.7
   'Choosing an Australian climbing plant' 91.9-91.12
   'Gardening: kangaroo paw, our fuzzy furry friends' (Robin Powell) 93.6-93.7
   'Grannes: Australian garden design for dry climates' 93.10-93.13
   kangaroo paw trials 59.13
   'Natives on the South Coast with Angus Stewart' 86.19
   top ten climbers 87.11
   'What can we learn from Italian garden design?' (Walcott) 81.9-81.12
Stewart, Catherine
   Australian landscape design awards 2014 88.17
   'Burnley Living Roofs' 86.7
   'Devastation from NSW 10/50 clearing laws' 90.15-90.18
   'South and east Australia: be 'Godzilla' El Niño ready!' 92.7
   'The 7 best pieces of garden advice I've had' 90.8-90.10
Stipa spp.
   as bamboo substitutes (Tratt) 46.3-46.4
Stocks Native Nursery
   Cootamundra weekend 53.19
   letter from 51.3
Stokes Bay Bush Gardens, Kangaroo Island
   banksias in 94.11-94.12
Stone, Ellis
   'Australian Garden Design', ideas from (Webb) 64.9-64.10
Stone, Roger 14.15
   design of Larkin's garden 22.7-22.8
   Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 1998: 21.8
   'Putting it into practice' (seminar talk) 19.7-19.8
   report on visit to Cam and Fox gardens (Larkin) 45.18-45.19
   'Small trees other than eucalypts' 8.11-8.12
   'Two Melbourne gardens' [Jan and Bev Fox] (Larkin) 56.19-56.20
   'Vic SGAP exhibit, International Flower and Garden Show 1997', report by Joan Barrett 17.8-17.9
stones, see rocks in garden design
Stones, Ellis
   'Advantages of lining pathways' (Densley) 34.6
   biographical notes on 78.6-78.8
   'Designing a garden for views from inside the house' (James) 54.11-54.12
   Elliston Estate 52.25, 56.9-56.11, 57.14-57.15
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.14-94.16, 94.20
   memorial for 78.17, 81.20
   memorial for (Snape, letter) 83.1-83.2
   memorial garden, see Melbourne University
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.7-48.8
storms, see also hail damage
   letters about repair after 96.2
   'When Disaster Strikes…' (Walcott) 95.1-95.3
strap-leafed plants, see foliage
Streamer, Margaret
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman' 87.18-87.20
   visit to garden of 93.22-93.26
street trees, see also nature strip/footpath garden design; small trees; suburban gardens 5.13
   'A Floral Streetscape - Waikiki, Hawaii' (Ros and Ben Walcott) 83.16-83.18
   callistemons 8.19
   carbon credits (letter) 61.3
   feedback on (letter) (Gunter) 53.12
   information about 6.7
   Kalgoorlie (Moir) 34.3
   letters about 57.4-57.5
   'Native trees for Nature Strips & Street Planting' (Schroder) 70.14-70.16
   'Small trees other than eucalypts' (Stone) 8.11
   'Street trees' (Morris) 35.16
   suggestions for 34.16-34.17
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' (Hambrett, Liber, Smith) 51.16
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' (Snape, Pymble, McCarthy, Rowland, Gumnuts, Murray) 52.14-52.18
stroll gardens
   see walkabout gardens (stroll gardens)
Stromberg, Joseph
   'Research shows long term benefits of living near greenspace' 86.10-86.11
Strudwick, Julie
   visit to garden of 7.4-7.5
students
   tertiary courses on garden design 85.23
   VET Horticulture Certificate, hospital garden (Larkin) 62.9-62.10
Sturt's Desert Pea
   naming controversy 30.20
styles of gardens, see classification of garden types
sub-gardens, see outdoor rooms/garden rooms
substitute plants (natives for exotics) 3.8, 21.16, 35.16
   acacias for silver birch 22.18, 22.19
   'Alternatives to garden escapees -- a worthy request from "Gumnuts" (Lewis) 36.16-36.17
   'Green paving' [lawn substitutes] (Murray) 39.17
   lawn substitutes (violets and ranunculus) 40.2
   Leionema "Green Screen" for Buxus 45.16-45.17
   'Native plants to integrate with [or substitute for] exotic trees and shrubs' (Keena) 23.16
   NE Vic ideas 22.19
   or substitute strategies (Snape) 46.3
   Stipa spp. as bamboo substitutes (Tratt) 46.3-46.4
subtropical gardens, see also tropical gardens
   'Growing Australian Plants in Subtropical Gardens' by SGAP, Pine Rivers Branch 75.22-75.23
   list of books on 3.9
   'Sub tropical rainforest NSW' (Mackenzie) 69.12-69.13
suburban gardens, see also urban environments
   'Backyard: nature and culture in suburban Australia' by Head and Muir, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 63.15
   Flora for Fauna Project 37.11-37.12
   'Garden design from the Illawarra region of NSW' (Percy) 10.16
   'The implications for garden design of medium-density inner-suburban living' (Beilin) 28.5-28.6
   'The Kevin Hoffman Walk -- a Suburban Streetscape' (Snape) 6.12-6.13
   'Messy ecosystems, orderly frames' (Nassaeur) 38.6-38.8
   'News from London -- gardening activities in allotments' (Rose) 38.3
   'The Persistence of Gardening in the Inner City' (report by Treasure) 37.2-37.3
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.9-70.12
   'Suggestions for planting Gloria Thomlinson's garden' 22.14-22.16, 22.17
   'Thoughts from our new NSW leader' (Hambrett) 9.19
   'Towards a sustainable future' (Johnson) 46.78-46.11
succulents
   'Australian succulent plants in cultivation' (Kapitany) 63.13-63.14
   letters about [overuse] (Smith) 65.7
   letters about (Kapitany) 63.7
   'Native succulents' (Gwen Elliot) 54.12-54.13
Suckling, Michael
   description of garden of 44.21
   report on visit to garden of (Persse) 44.21-44.22
summer, see drought; dry areas; seasonal change
summer flowering plants, see seasonal change
Sunnymeade
   meeting at 74.13
surfaces (gravel, concrete, decking etc), see also ground covers; hard landscaping; mulches and mulching
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' (Snape) 66.9
   'Comment on mulches' (Hoile) 59.4
   'Finishes for open spaces' (Simmons) 4.19
   for open areas 2.8
   'Glass pebbles (or 'jewels') for the garden' (Snape) 35.17
   'Green paving' [and turf pavers] (Murray) 39.17
   'Mulch and fire' [inorganic mulches] (Buchanan) 58.11-58.12
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners' [inorganic mulch] (Hambrett) 56.19
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners' (Hambrett), responses to 57.4
   'Mulching -- A Country Perspective' (Hall) 57.15
   'Mulching with crusher dust -- advantages and disadvantages' (McCarthy) 58.12
   'Non-green mulches - the good and the bad' (Snape) 58.17
   open space and 3.12-3.13
   'Open space and natives' (Pye) 7.4
   'Planning for all-year colour' (Snape) 13.14
   'Reversal in design' (different approaches) (Simmons) 16.14
   'Serendipity' (Webb) 28.17
surreal gardens
   Buchanan on 23.12
   Linda Floyd's garden 31.19
survey results, see also Open Garden Scheme
   'Return of the native', report of survey on use of Australian plants 15.13
surveys
   on ASGAP Study Groups (Pearson) 32.20
survival of plants, see lifespan of plants; reliable plants
sustainability, see also ecological approach; environmental land management
   Australia Day Speech by Tim Flannery 38.3-38.4
   book review: 'Connected: The Sustainable Landscapes of Phillip Johnson', reviewed by Janna Schreier 91.16-91.17
   Charles Sturt University, Albury, Environmental Studies campus 45.20
   'I see green' [sustainability in cities] (Johnson) 45.6-45.10
   'A marriage of aesthetics and ecology' (Rowland) 62.14
   'The Munro Court story from Castlemaine' (Turner & Wild) 61.15-61.16
   Replenish Garden in Melbourne 45.4
   report of Victorian meeting 21.18
   SA State Government Native Gardens Award winners 70.3
   'The Self-sustaining Garden' by Peter Thompson, reviewed by Barbara Buchanan 24.12-24.13
   'Should sustainability be factored in?' (Simmons) 20.8
   'Towards a sustainable future' (Johnson) 46.78-46.11
Sutherland, Ross & Elaine
   visit to garden of 42.21
Swaby, Arthur
   'All about study groups' (Walter) 63.4-63.5
   'The future of cultivars' (Walter) 65.20
Swaffield, Simon
   'The natural garden: Landscape Australia conference' 16.3
Swain, Peter
   'Australian garden design' 30.6-30.7
   'Decorating the Australian garden' 30.18
   'Design criteria for judging gardens for competitions' 30.7
   'Organic mulch on the Alstonville Plateau' 30.4
   'A touch of formality' 25.2
Swainsona formosa/Willdampia formosa
   naming controversy 30.20
Sweden
   'The Gothenburg Botanical Garden' (Yarra) 88.11-88.13
Sydney Botanic Gardens
   releases new Master Plan for the Gardens and the Domain 86.1
Sydney Branch, see New South Wales Branch
Sydney Bush School
   conversation with Barbara Buchanan (NSW landscape architect) 67.21-67.22
Sydney Festival of Gardens
   announcement about (1999) 26.12
Sydney Morning Herald
   'Gardening: kangaroo paw, our fuzzy furry friends' (Robin Powell) 93.6-93.7
Syzygium spp. (lillipilly), see also lillipillies
   for hedges 9.17
   'Go Smell the Natives' (Houseman) 76.14
Taggart, Audrey
   report on visit to garden of 50.19-50.20
Tanner, Howard
   'Australian Garden History Conference, Sydney. Oct. 04' (Hambrett) 48.14
   on Mt Penang Gardens 48.21
Tasmanian gardens
   Campbell's garden featured in 'The Garden (RHS, England) 27.2
   'Design philosophy behind "The Sorn" (Campbell) 18.6-18.7
   'Experiences with conifers' (Verbeeten) 22.15
   letters about 69.5
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   'A Small Landscape with Great Meaning -- The Port Arthur Memorial' (Canning) 42.9
   'Some ideas from the ASGAP Conference in Tasmania' (Snape) 46.15-46.17
   Tasmanian plants at Mt Clay, Victoria 29.3-29.4
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Watson) 10.8
Taylor, David
   meeting at ANBG with 74.14-74.15
Taylor, John
   'Gardens of the Imagination. 23rd Annual National Conference A.G.H.S.' 42.9
Taylor and Cullity Pty Ltd
   Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 21.11, 22.12
tea-trees, see Leptospermum spp.
television, see also media appearances
   'Around the World in 80 Gardens' 67.23-67.26
temperate climates
   'Garden design over time in a temperate climate' (Snape) 15.14-15.15
temperature increases, see climate change
tertiary education, see students
textures
   APS display at RHS Cheshire flower show 45.16
   poor planting design and (Burgess) 19.4
Thailand
   'Gardens in Hong Kong and Thailand' (Larkin) 38.9-38.10
Thelychiton spp. (formerly Dendrobium)
   'How to grow Australian orchids for a stunning display' (Howes) 93.14-93.16
theme gardens 2.3-2.4
   'Australian plants for themes' (Simmons) 16.15
   'Bill and Jenny Handke's Garden, Kambah, ACT' 91.23
   classification of garden types 9.13
therapeutic landscapes, see healing gardens
Thomas, Dr
   'Loose soil' (Densley) 38.14
Thomlinson, Gloria
   'Designing a small rainforest garden' (Dempsey & Thomlinson) 17.16-17.17
   Jenny Davidson's property 18.7-18.9
   Kennedy garden design 21.7, 21.8
   plant combinations 6.14
   report on garden visit 42.21
   shelter belt 37.14
   'Suggestions for planting Gloria Thomlinson's garden' 22.14-22.16, 22.17
Thompson, Anne
   'Tropicalissimo gardens' 28.13-28.14
Thompson, Don
   'Designing in a rural landscape' 17.7
Thompson, John
   on Australian gardens 47.13
Thompson, Lyn
   Blue Mountains Group leaflets 34.4
   death of 68.1
Thompson, Pam
   'Paul Thompson's garden' (Larkin) 28.10
Thompson, Paul 17.1
   '"Designing the local landscape' reported by Peter Garnham 12.8
   'Australian Planting Design' [new edition] 78.12
   book lists 4.5
   'Choosing plants' 33.16-33.17
   conference reports 5.12
   Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 9.2-9.3, 10.17, 21.11, 22.12
   'Designing and planting in small spaces' 17.7
   'The Ebringer garden in Ivanhoe' [designed by Thompson] (Barrett) 27.13-27.14
   'Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens' (Knight) 17.3-17.4
   Glaxo gardens 59.17
   'Growing designs' 32.4-32.5
   'Growing designs', comments on 33.6, 33.12-33.14, 34.4
   inclusion in Snape's book 26.17
   Joyce Garden designed by 2.5
   'Landscape in the future' (Kawarra seminar talk) 8.4-8.5
   list of books for avant garde gardens 6.6
   'Mosses (and lichens & fungi)' 27.20
   New Park (near Federation Square) designed by 36.18
   'Paul Thompson's garden' (Larkin) 28.10
   'Plants as form' (seminar talk) 19.5-19.6
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.9
   'A stranger in a strange land' (Peter Thompson) 31.5
   tour of Cranbourne Botanic Gardens 42.20, 50.23
   'Water in the garden: the value of ornamental ponds' 9.6
   weekend at 15 Mile Creek Camp (1994) 7.4-7.5
Thompson, Peter
   photography for book 36.13
   'A stranger in a strange land' 31.4-31.5
thorny plants, see prickly plants
tidiness in gardens, see also balance; harmony; individual responses to gardens
   'Designing for wildlife' (Ondinea) 19.8-19.9
   'Gardens thrive on a nice bit of mess' (Ondinea) 21.6-21.7
   'Order, or disorder?' (Snape) 87.7-87.8
   'Tidy or untidy?' (Snape) 24.5-24.6
   Yanderra news [habitat provision] (Hambrett) 50.9-50.10
Tilembeya Garden
   visit to 81.21-81.25
timber, see trees
time/stages/development, see garden development
tips, see practical tips
tissue culture
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.12
ti-trees, see Leptospermum spp.
tools, see gardening tools
topiary
   'Gardens in Hong Kong and Thailand' (Larkin) 38.9-38.10
   'Topiary from Australian plants?' (from Australian Horticulture) 17.15
Tormaline Park, Orange
   meeting reports 62.18-62.19
Totterdell, Paul
   water-harvesting system 60.15
tough plants, see reliable plants
tourist gardens, see also Open Garden Scheme
   'Kuring-gai Cottage and Jill Rossiter' (Sydney) (Buchanan) 10.14
tours, see also garden visits
   Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 42.20, 50.23
   'The Friends go Native' [RBG tour of GDSG gardens] 44.14
   indigenous public gardens around Melbourne 15.20-15.21
   'The Mallee, Mildura and Mungo' 46.17-46.18
   Mount Annan Botanic Garden 15.18-15.19
   'Nature Conservation Trust - Historic Houses Trust NSW' 68.18-68.20
   'Rodger and his Band from Downunder: California/Arizona Garden Tour' 22.9
   Stockinbingal cemetery 53.19
Tow, Philip
   meeting at garden of 21.18-21.19
town planning, see urban environments
training, see students
training plants, see also coppicing; pruning
   espaliering Melaleuca nesophila 43.12
   'Training plants, including coppicing and pruning' (Looker) 8.7-8.8
tranquil gardens, see also harmony
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen 75.8-75.9
   'Change and redesign to capture garden peace - revisited' (Yarra) 72.9-72.10
   Change and redesign to recapture garden peace (Yarra) 71.14-71.15
   'Change and redesign to recapture garden peace' (Yarra) 71.11-71.12
   'Garden serenity' (Larkin) 69.11-69.12
   letters about 70.3-70.4
   'Merely soothing………a few short steps from boring?' by Hambrett 75.9-75.10
   'A pattern language' book review 15.10
   'The Mood of Gardens and Gardeners' by Yarra 75.8-75.9
   'Three "R's" of garden design' [rest areas] (Snape) 21.5
   'Tranquillity or challenge?' (Simmons) 31.9-31.10
Tranter, Ian
   visit to garden of 83.21-83.23
Tratt, Trish
   Stipa spp. as bamboo substitutes 46.3-46.4
Treasure, Annie
   'The Persistence of Gardening in the Inner City' 37.2-37.3
Treasurer, see also finances; Garnham, Peter & Wilma; Loft, Bryan; Walcott, Ros & Ben
   Ben Walcott as new 73.2, 73.20, 74.20
   Bryan Loft as new 32.1
   Jeff Howes as new 62.1
   Jeff Howes to retire 72.3, 73.20, 74.20
   retirement of Bryan Loft as 62.1
   search for replacement for 31.21
tree ferns
   whether to remove dead fronds from 86.19-86.20
tree removal
   pine trees 89.6
trees, see also deciduous trees; small trees; street trees; woodland gardens
   see also names of specific trees
   'About trees' [in design] (Margaret Lee) 41.15-41.16
   'An Australian or an exotic "look"' (Snape) 13.8
   'An Australian tree garden' (Simmons) 12.13
   challenge to grow Australian tree in pot 39.18, 39.22, 40.3, 40.16
   'Change of Species over Time' (Snape) 76.15-76.16
   'Comments on small trees' (Simmons) 10.18
   coppicing of, see coppicing
   'Describing (small) trees' (size and form) (Snape) 8.9-8.11
   'Design with nature - planting a native garden' (Smith) 65.9-65.10
   'Devastation from NSW 10/50 clearing laws' (Stewart) 90.15-90.18
   'Dire predictions for Melbourne's trees' 90.13
   'Drain-cloggers' (Barrett) 29.5
   effect of mistletoes on (Snape) 32.16-32.17
   'Evergreen -- a factor differentiating the Australian landscape' 14.15-14.16
   'Feature plants' (Hall) 31.17
   'A flowering acacia and a flowering eucalypt for every month?' (Densley) 9.14-9.15
   'Garden design over time in a temperate climate' (Snape) 15.14-15.15
   gardening under, see shaded areas
   'GDSG Visit to a Bush Garden in Aranda' (Arthur) 88.27-88.30
   'if it takes one thousand years [to grow], they had better start immediately' 34.17
   'The implications for garden design of medium-density inner-suburban living' (Beilin) 28.5-28.6
   in containers 41.15-41.16
   'Introducing my gardener identity' (Eskdale), comment on 44.7-44.8
   'Large shrubs/small trees' (SE Australia) (Snape) 8.12-8.13
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin) 40.13-40.14
   'A leavening of leaves' (evergreen versus deciduous) (Simmons) 7.10-7.11
   letters about 61.3
   'Low rainfall -- drought in Australian garden design' [unpredictable low rain] (Simmons) 36.10
   'My trunk garden' (Hambrett) 66.13-66.14
   North America (letter) 75.6
   'One deciduous Australian tree' (Buchanan) 9.14
   open space and 3.12-3.13
   'A pattern language' by Christopher Alexander, reviewed by Jo Hambrett 15.10
   'Planning for all-year colour' (Snape) 13.14
   planting out advanced trees (meeting report) 40.16
   'Plants for shaded areas near established trees' (Holliday) 26.15-26.16
   quality of trees for landscape industry 22.12
   'Rainforest species for the garden' 66.15-66.16
   'Recommended trees for Sydney' (Rymer) 9.12
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.7
   roots of, in suburban gardens (Willson) 5.13-5.14
   'Save those trees' (Snape) 60.8
   'Shaded pathways' (Simmons) 20.16-20.17
   'Shapes, profiles and shade' (Simmons) 5.14
   'Shrubs, local & planted, in association with forest trees' (Elwell-Gavins) 7.10
   size of trees in list from Landscape Plant Manuals, vols. 1-4 (Burnley) 9.15
   'Small trees, large shrubs' (Howes) 9.15
   'Small trees other than eucalypts' (Stone) 8.11-8.12
   'Some favourites' (Munro) 31.17
   'Strategies for protecting and creating habitat areas and their wildlife' (Ondinea) 16.7
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin), comment on 41.16
   'The wood for the trees' [early timber trees] (Griffin) 42.18
   'Tree Management for Carbon, Energy and Drought Efficiency' (Moore) 61.7-61.10
   'Tree roots' (James) 29.6
   'Trees (especially small ones) in garden design' (Simmons) 8.9
   'Trees and dry shade' (Densley) 41.16
   'Trees for shade' (Melbourne meeting) 30.19
   'Trees vs foundations' (Nielsen) 29.5
   'Trees vs sewers -- a problem of co-existence' 29.7
   'Trees which may damage structures' (Lee) 29.6-29.7
   'Trees with topknots' (Simmons) 21.16
   trunk garden using eucalypts (Hambrett) 42.17, 50.7
   trunk garden using eucalypts (Hambrett), comment on 43.3
   trunk garden using eucalypts (letter) 71.3-71.4
   'When Disaster Strikes…' (Walcott) [damage from falling trees] 95.1-95.3
   'Wind-taught Pruning' [tree destruction and rejuvenation] (Murray) 43.11-43.12
Trees in Newcastle Nursery
   plant rescue by 73.18
Treetops (Mains' garden), see Main, Win & Jim
trellises
   'Australian plants for trellises' (Simmons) 4.21
Tribe, Graeme & Wilma
   garden of (Victoria) 4.6-4.7
Trickett, Phil
   banksia plants from 94.11
   'Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW' 89.21-89.27
   'Visit to NSW South Coast, 17-19 October' (Walcott) 96.20, 96.22, 96.24
tropical gardens, see also rainforest gardens; subtropical gardens
   'Across the Top. Gardening with Australian Plants in the Tropics' book review 46.20
   'Australian tropical plants volume 1, version 2' on CD-ROM, (Keena) 15.12
   Queensland branch and 94.2
   Queensland group proposed (Smith) 64.6-64.7
   'Tropicalissimo gardens' (Anne Thompson) 28.13-28.14
tubers, see bulb-like species
tufted grasses, see grasses
tufting plants 22.18
Turner, Anne & Peter
   report on visit to garden of 50.18-50.19
Turner, Colin
   George Pentland Botanic Garden 57.22-57.23, 58.19-58.20
   'Lomandra' 55.10-55.11
   'Use of lomandras in design' 57.12-57.13
Turner, Sue
   'The Munro Court story from Castlemaine' (Turner & Wild) 61.15-61.16
types of gardens, see classification of garden types
understorey, see shaded areas
Understorey Design, see Hunstone, Janine
United Kingdom, see Britain
United States
   'A Floral Streetscape - Waikiki, Hawaii' (Ros and Ben Walcott) 83.16-83.18
   'American vision well worth considering' [Fountain Hills, Phoenix, Arizona] (Snape) 39.13
   climbers in (Walcott) 87.9
   'Light and Shade in the Garden' (Ros and Ben Walcott) 83.14
   Native Plant Garden at NY Botanical Garden 83.3-83.4
   'Paradise by Design: native plants and the new American landscape' book review 39.12
   report by Armstrong on California/Arizona garden tour 22.9
   trees in (letter) 75.6
   'Turf Wars' by Kolbert (extract from New Yorker magazine) 70.5-70.8
unity, see harmony; mass planting; repetition
University of Melbourne, see Melbourne University
university training, see tertiary education
unnatural gardens
   'An unnatural garden?' (Snape) 16.9
untidiness in gardens, see tidiness in gardens
unusual plants
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [Weird and Wonderful Garden] 92.11-92.12
Urambi Village
   'Garden of Maureen and Bill Mutton, Urambi Village' 60.13-60.15
urban environments, see also built environment in gardens; public gardens; suburban gardens
   biography of Karl Langer 76.5-76.9
   'Civic Gardens' (McCarthy) 60.12-60.13
   discussion with Vlad Sitta (Jacobs) 44.5
   'Eucalyptus Seminar - Friends of RBG Cranbourne' (Snape) 91.13-91.14
   Glaxo gardens [corporate gardens] 59.17
   'Greening Grey Britain' 90.14
   'I see green' [sustainability in cities] (Johnson) 45.6-45.10
   'An indigenous garden of modern industria' (Mewton) 5.18
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens (letter) (McCarthy) 60.3
   Newcastle's Town Hall gardens (McCarthy) (letter about) 61.3
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [Greening Cities Garden] 92.8-92.10
   report on talks by Bruce Mackenzie 70.9-70.12
   'Research on hedging and coppicing' [eucalypts] (Snape) 60.11-60.12
   'Save those trees' (Snape) 60.8
   'Self in the city' (Leunig) 46.6-46.7
   'Sky gardens, the green roof fad comes to town' (Weekend Australian) 79.7-79.9
   transition zones between rural and residential zoning (Larkin) 50.11
   'Tree Management for Carbon, Energy and Drought Efficiency' (Moore) 61.7-61.10
   vertical gardens in Brussels 21.11
useful plants
   'Forest Bountiful: settlers' use of Australian plants' book review 72.16
Valder, Peter
   Landscape Conference, Melbourne 2002: 40.5
Vale, Anne
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' 94.13-94.20
van de Merwe, Yvonne and Etienne
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' 95.9-95.11
Van der Schans, Anton
   Forest Gardens Cape York Botanical Walk (Cairns) 38.12
Van Riet, Helen and John
   garden of 91.8
van Riet, Helen and John
   garden plans 40.16
   meeting reports 66.24, 69.14
   visit to garden of 43.25-43.26, 48.22, 49.12, 59.18
   'Water-wise Garden Design & Management' 43.6-43.7
van Sweden, James
   obituary of 84.26
Vanzetti, David
   visit to garden of 78.24-78.27
Vaughan, Peter
   'Mistletoes in garden design?' 32.17
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' 52.17-52.18
vegetable gardens
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' (Walcott) 86.18
Vendramin, Alicia
   'Plant architectronics' (Jacka, Martini, Pearce, Vendramin) 6.20
Verbeeten, Rosemary
   'Experiences with conifers' 22.15
   letter about waterlogged gardens 27.3
Vernon, Rob & Norma
   visit to garden of 79.20
vertical gardens, see also roof gardens and green roofs
   'A vertical garden in Melbourne' (Snape) 88.14-88.15
   green walls (Sitta) 45.8
   in Brussels 21.11
   report of visit to Stage 2, Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Snape) [espaliered eucalypts] 92.8-92.10
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.11-75.13
verticordias
   'Making a good impression' [entrance areas] (Buchanan) 67.20
Victoria
   'From Head's Nook to the high plains: Winifred Waddell and the Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria' (Marks) 77.9-77.13
Victorian Branch
   meeting at Hanson's house 89.21
   meeting at Jankovic's garden 85.1-85.4
   meeting reports 81.20, 90.21, 94.22-94.23
   meetings planned 81.21
   'Recording gardens' (James) 90.2-90.3
   report on meeting at Barfields' garden 87.16
   Walcotts at meeting of 85.23
Victorian gardens
   'A vertical garden in Melbourne' (Snape) 88.14-88.15
   Albury/Wodonga garden visits 22.8
   Andrews and Lloyd's garden 60.18-60.19, 61.4-61.6, 61.19
   article on garden of Joan Barrett (Melbourne) 15.13
   bus tour by Rodger Elliot of indigenous public gardens around Melbourne 15.20-15.21
   Casuarina reserve (Frankston, Victoria) 5.7-5.8
   'Cheryl Southall's garden' (James) 55.15
   'Comments on the Open Gardens it was my great pleasure to visit' (Hall) 27.14
   cottage garden of Barbara Mound (Castlemaine, Vic) (Buchanan) 12.15
   Cranbourne Botanic Gardens (Victoria) 7.17, 9.2-9.3, 10.17, 41.10
   description of Burston's garden 46.23
   'Design for a new garden' (Datson) 56.5-56.7
   design of Cruithof's garden by Michael Cook 47.16
   'Design outline' (Webb) 24.8-24.9
   'Discussion of large country gardens' (NE Vic meeting) 29.19
   'The Ebringer garden in Ivanhoe' (Barrett) 27.13-27.14
   Elliston Estate 52.25, 56.9-56.11, 57.14-57.15
   'Establishing a picture garden at Karwarra Garden' (Gray) 14.5
   Euroa Arboretum 13.18
   'Ext. from research report Growing Australian Vic APS March 2009' 70.14
   'Favourite indigenous plants' [northern Victoria] (Hall) 31.16-31.17
   Ferndale, Barry White's garden (West Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria) 5.6
   'Friends Go Native in Victoria' (Hambrett) 48.13
   garden design project (Kennedy) 5.16-5.17, 21.7, 21.8
   garden design project (NE Vic) 20.19
   'A garden design project -- RAOU Headquarters, Melbourne' (Snape) 9.18
   'Garden design project' (Strathmerton, Victoria) 5.16-5.17
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria' 32.8-32.10
   'Garden designs, City of Moreland, Victoria', comments on 33.7
   Garden Heritage Festival (Beechworth) 7.8-7.9
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
   'Garden visits in Melbourne' (Webb) 29.11
   'Garden visits, Wangaratta' 49.11-49.12
   'Geelong's 21st Century Gardens' (Arnott) 42.6-42.8
   George Pentland Botanic Gardens (Frankston, Victoria) 9.3, 57.22-57.23, 58.19-58.20
   Glaxo gardens 62.21
   Graeme and Wilma Tribe 4.6-4.7
   ''Half a Chance', Rosalind Smallwood's garden at Point Lonsdale' (Webb) 28.11
   Hirst's garden described 42.20
   'Jacci Campbell's young garden, NE Vic meeting' (Buchanan) 40.7-40.8
   Japanese, at Warrnambool 4.8
   Kawarra Australian Plant Garden (Kalourma, Victoria) 8.4-8.8, 14.5, 17.7-17.8, 72.17
   Knox Community Centre 59.13-59.14
   'Kuring-gai Cottage and Jill Rossiter' (Buchanan) 10.13-10.14
   Lubra Bend Homestead, Yarra Glen (Garnham) 66.6-66.7
   'The Mallee, Mildura and Mungo' (Clabburn) 46.17-46.18
   'Margaret Garrett's new garden -- using the criteria of the three Rs' 23.9-23.10
   meeting plans 75.26, 82.13
   meeting reports 34.19, 70.22, 71.13-71.18, 74.16-74.19, 82.13-82.14, 95.21-95.22
   Melbourne group planning 73.16
   Melbourne's Growing Green strategy 42.14
   Mont Albert (McIver's garden) 25.4-25.6, 31.18
   Mt Clay and/or Killarney 26.2, 26.4-26.5, 27.2, 27.9-27.12, 29.3-29.4, 41.16
   'The Munro Court story from Castlemaine' (Turner & Wild) 61.15-61.16
   'My favourite Australian plants' [Melbourne] (Hanson) 31.15-31.16
   'My Garden Design' (McCarthy) 58.4-58.6
   'Native trees for Nature Strips & Street Planting' (Schroder), reply to 70.14-70.16
   NE Victoria group planning 73.15-73.16
   'New garden project' (Rigg) 40.10
   New Park (near Federation Square) designed by Paul Thompson 36.18
   non-indigenous vs exotic plants 40.8-40.9
   Open Garden Scheme, see Open Garden Scheme
   'Organic mulch' (Melbourne meeting) 30.5
   'Overview of the Hanson garden for the Open Garden Scheme' 25.7
   Paul and Barbara Kennedy, Strathmerton 18.18, 26.8
   'Paul Thompson's garden' (Larkin) 28.10
   'The Persistence of Gardening in the Inner City' (Melbourne Conversations) 37.2-37.3
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra) 90.22-90.23
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' (Yarra), letter about 91.5-91.8
   post-bushfire rebuilding (Jane Canaway) 71.6
   'Postcard from a Vic country visit' (Larkin) 51.10-51.11
   preparing van Riets' garden for Open Garden Scheme 69.14
   'RBG Cranbourne display at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2000' 30.8-30.9
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' (Blake) 16.3-16.5
   'Reinterpreting Glovers Garden' (Petts) 90.15-90.18
   Replenish Garden in Melbourne 45.4
   report on Grampians garden visits 89.21
   report on visit to Barfields' garden 87.15-87.17
   report on visit to Barfields' garden, photos 88.4
   report on visit to Grampians gardens 88.21-88.26
   report on visit to Hanson's garden 89.18-89.20
   report on visit to June Cherrey's garden 94.20-94.22
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.19-91.21
   report on visit to Rooks' garden 88.19-88.21
   report on visit to Yarra's garden 90.20-90.22
   reports on visits to 85.23
   'Roundabout planting design' (Webb) 30.10-30.11
   Royal Botanic Gardens (Melbourne) 4.19, 17.6
   'Seasonal Changes at Yarrawonga' (Hall) 45.10-45.11
   'A "secret" garden' (Densley) 28.7-28.10, 29.9-29.10
   Shepherds Bush Botanic Garden 34.18, 35.17-35.18
   'Shirley Cam's garden -- a personal view' (Barrett) 23.10-23.11
   'A short history of my garden's development' (Larkin) 22.7-22.8
   'Small eucalypts for the eastern States' (Kennedy) 21.13-21.14
   Smallwood's house for sale 33.8
   Snape's visit to 32.7-32.8
   'Suggestions for planting Gloria Thomlinson's garden' 22.14-22.16, 22.17
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house] (Johansen) 49.7-49.8, 50.3
   'Super natural' [earth and glass house] (Johansen), comments on 50.10-50.11
   'A temperate Australasian fern gully' (Melbourne area) (James) 14.6
   'Ten favourite plants' (McKeown) (East Gippsland) 19.18-19.19
   'The new 3CA Community Garden in Mallacoota' (van de Merwe) 95.9-95.11
   'Tony Cavanagh's garden at Ocean Grove' (Webb) 28.10-28.11
   Top new tourist development in Australia in 2006 to Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne 58.18
   'Tough plants for dry conditions' (Herrmann) 21.15
   tour of Cranbourne Botanic Gardens Annex site 42.20
   'Trees for shade' (Melbourne meeting) 30.19
   'Two Melbourne gardens' (Larkin) 56.19-56.20
   visit to Armstrong's garden 27.21
   visit to Belcourts' garden 57.22-57.23, 58.19, 58.21
   visit to Brenda and Tony's house 77.16-77.18
   visit to Brett garden 36.18
   visit to Brooks' house 74.13
   visit to Buchanan's garden 31.20, 58.23-58.24, 59.18
   visit to Cam garden 45.18-45.19
   visit to Campbell garden 40.15-40.16
   visit to Candy's garden 50.23-50.24, 51.19
   visit to Caniambo garden 27.20-27.21
   visit to Datsons' garden 45.19, 52.23
   visit to Denton's garden 47.14-47.15
   visit to Enders' animal refuge 31.20
   visit to Fleming garden 35.18-35.19
   visit to Floyd's garden 31.19
   visit to Fox garden 45.18-45.19, 78.15-78.16
   visit to Freake garden 81.19-81.20
   visit to Freake garden ('Ideas for a secret garden') 81.12-81.13
   visit to Gaiardo garden 79.14-79.15
   visit to Gallant Garden, Montrose 84.21-84.22
   visit to garden of Michelle Gallant and David Rose 86.19-86.21
   visit to Geelong Botanic Gardens 49.19-49.20
   visit to Hall's garden 35.20-35.21, 39.18-39.19, 51.18-51.19, 72.17
   visit to Halls' garden 69.14
   visit to Hanson's house 78.13-78.15
   visit to Hermann's garden 21.17-21.18
   visit to Hirst garden 43.23
   visit to Hoffman Walk (Lara) 49.19-49.21
   visit to Hrubos' garden 41.17-41.18
   visit to Jacobs' garden 51.19-51.20, 52.24
   'A visit to Jane Burkes coastal garden' (Snape) 28.12-28.13
   visit to Karwarra 30.21
   visit to Kennedy's house 74.15-74.16
   visit to Knox Park Primary school 83.19-83.21
   visit to Larkin's garden 22.19-22.20, 32.18, 40.15, 46.20-46.21, 59.14-59.15
   visit to Larkin's garden (Snape) 93.17-93.22
   visit to MacDonald's garden 33.18
   'Visit to Malcolm and Monika Freake's garden in Gisborne South' (Larkin) 82.14-82.17
   visit to Maranoa Gardens 84.21-84.22
   visit to Merele Webb's garden 74.22-74.23
   visit to Miles' garden 48.22
   visit to Moore's house 78.13
   visit to Morrows' garden 36.18
   visit to Owens' garden 40.15
   visit to Rob & Val Henry's garden 75.25-75.26
   visit to Roberts' garden 24.16-24.17, 29.17-29.18, 44.16-44.17
   visit to Schaumann's garden 47.16-47.17
   'Visit to Shirley Carn's garden' (Snape) 96.17-96.19
   visit to Short's garden 21.18
   visit to Snapes' garden 29.18, 39.19
   visit to Sutherlands' garden 42.21
   visit to van Riets' garden 43.25-43.26, 48.22, 59.18
   visit to WAMA site 88.21-88.23
   visit to Ward garden 37.13-37.14
   visit to Yarras' garden 52.24, 53.22-53.23
   visit to Zanen garden 78.8-78.10, 78.15-78.16
   visits to 71.16-71.17
   Walcott's visit to 85.23
   Walcott's visit to Jankovic's garden 85.1-85.5
   WAMA proposal for new botanical gardens for regional Victoria 86.2-86.6, 87.16, 88.1
   'Water in the garden at "Denbly", Killarney (Densley) 9.7
   'Weekly record of the 10 best plants at Killarney' (Densley) 21.15, 23.2
   White Gums (Neil Marriott) 18.17-18.18
Vietnieks, Marilynne
   neighbours (letter) 44.3-44.4
views, see also house and garden in harmony
   'Alison & Daryl's garden, Queanbeyan NSW' 96.10-96.13
   'Blending with the Bush' (Densley) 36.9
   'Borrowed Landscape - a few thoughts' (Howes) 68.17
   'Cockatoo', Wamboin, garden visit 76.20-76.21
   'Creating garden vistas' (Snape) 35.13
   'Designing a garden for views from inside the house' (James) 54.10-54.12
   'Designing for a view from the window' 19.14-19.15
   'Extending the view' (Densley) 29.15
   'Extending the view' (Densley), response to 30.18
   'From the inside looking out' (Larkin) 56.11-56.12
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.24
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
   'Inside looking out' (Howes) 55.8, 57.4
   'Inside looking out' (Larkin) 54.9-54.10
   'The late inclusion of trees in the garden design' (Larkin) 40.13-40.14
   'Moon gates' (Chinese Garden, Sydney) 20.18
   'My Special View' (Barrett) 54.12
   'Norm & Maureen Webb's garden' [viewed from above] (Hambrett) 31.10, 31.12
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) (river) 72.14-72.15
   visit to Diana Bennett's garden 75.23-75.24
   visit to Hirst garden 43.23-43.24
vines, see climbers
Viola hederacea (native violet)
   'Violets on the move' (Snape) 75.17-75.18
visits, see garden visits; tours
vistas, see views
visual elements in design, see also picture gardens
   design principles (from John Brookes's Garden Design book) (Hambrett) 22.5
   'Establishing a picture garden at Karwarra Garden' (Gray) 14.5
   line, dots, colour and light (Burgess) 19.8-19.9
   'Painting living pictures' (Barker) 20.6-20.7
   'Straight lines or curves' (Simmons) 19.16-19.17
   terms starting with 'visual' to describe design elements 9.16
void in garden design, see open space
voluntary work, see community action
Waddell, Winifred
   'From Head's Nook to the high plains: Winifred Waddell and the Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria' (Marks) 77.9-77.13
Walcott, Ros & Ben, see also finances
   'A Floral Streetscape - Waikiki, Hawaii' 83.16-83.18
   'A Format for Recording Gardens' 73.8-73.11
   ANPSA Conference in Adelaide 76.18-76.19
   at meeting of Victorian Branch 85.1-85.5, 85.23
   'Australian Native Vines and Climbers' 87.8-87.11
   'Banksias in Pots and in the Garden' 94.9-94.12
   'Bees - a Worrying Compilation of Evidence' 86.11-86.14
   Ben elected President of ANPSA 93.1
   Ben Walcott as new study group leader 81.1-81.2
   Ben Walcott as new Treasurer 73.2, 73.20
   'Birdscaping Australian Gardens' book review 77.14-77.15
   book reviews by 75.21-75.22
   Canberra GDSG and Sydney GDSG Visit to Blayney/Bathurst, report on 85.14-85.19
   'Complexity in a garden' (Snape), letter about 78.3
   'Contrasts of Flower and Foliage' 92.2-92.6
   electronic newsletters to APS groups 80.5
   'Exceptional Australian garden makers' book review 85.5-85.6
   garden in Dec 2013 edition of Garden Drum 85.5
   garden of 65.14, 65.16
   garden of, letter about 90.1
   garden on cover of AOGS Handbook 84.23
   'Growing Native Plants in Pots' 75.18-75.20
   'Horse Island - Quiet, Secluded, Beautiful' 86.14-86.19
   letters from 72.4, 75.5-75.6
   'Light and Shade in the Garden' 83.13-83.14
   meadows in Walcott Garden (Snape) 94.7
   meeting reports 74.14-74.15, 75.23-75.24, 76.20-76.22, 82.20-82.23
   Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Alice Springs, NT 93.7-93.9
   'Photoessay - Details in the Garden' 82.8, 82.9-82.12
   photographs of garden of 84.1, 84.4
   'Plants one can trust' 60.9-60.10
   proposals for additional garden design records 82.1
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' 89.2-89.9
   reliable plants (letter) 60.3
   'Resurrection in a native garden' 84.13-84.14
   'Ros and Ben Walcott's garden, Red Hill ACT' (Pipitone) 57.16-57.18
   Ros Walcott as Canberra branch leader 73.2
   Ros Walcott as new newsletter editor 81.1-81.2
   Ros Walcott becomes newsletter editor 79.1, 80.1
   'Some Thoughts and Ideas for Recording Gardens' 73.7
   'The Millennium Garden' Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, Fakenham, Norfolk, England' 88.16
   'The New Ornamental Garden' by Simon Rickard , reviewed by 74.11-74.12
   'Three Exceptional Garden Benches' 88.18-88.19
   'Traceries and Layers in the Garden' 90.10-90.12
   Treasurer's report 74.20
   'Trip to UK, France and Spain' 87.2
   'Two Cheers for the Correas' 95.5-95.8
   visit to garden of 84.23-84.26
   'Visit to NSW South Coast, 17-19 October' 96.20-96.23
   visits to Victorian gardens 85.1-85.5, 85.23
   'Walcott Garden stamp!' (Snape) 88.2-88.4
   'Walcott Garden stamp!' (Snape), letters about 89.1-89.2
   'What can we learn from Italian garden design?' 81.9-81.12
   'When Disaster Strikes…' 95.1-95.3
Waldron, Ian
   'Water features in gardens' 29.15-29.16
walkabout gardens
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) 72.14
   'Snape Garden' (James) 87.3
walkabout gardens (stroll gardens)
   report on visit to Maranoa Gardens 84.21-84.22
   'The "walkabout" garden' (Simmons) 19.10
Walker, Jean
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.17, 94.19-94.20
Walker, Jillian
   'An Italian View of the Australian Garden' (Halabi) 47.7-47.8
Walker, Jo
   'Daisies -- Delightful and Durable' 46.12-46.13
wallaby tracks (Simmons) 31.19
Wallace, Darren
   'Propagating, growing and establishing Australian plants for public areas' 8.8, 8.14
Walling, Edna
   'Designing a garden for views from inside the house' (James) 54.11-54.12
   Ellis Stones meeting with (Hanson) 78.6
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.14
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' (Hambrett) 48.7-48.8
   'The Vision of Edna Walling' reviewed 36.12
walls, see vertical gardens
Walsh, Neville
   'Grasses and other monocotyledons' (Snape) 94.5
Walter, John
   'All about study groups' 63.4-63.5
   'The future of cultivars...an extract from APS Vic. Study Group Report' 65.20
Walters, Brian
   'The "dullness" of indigenous plantings? (Pipitone) 38.13
   Bev Hanson's garden record online 82.1
   'An editor's questions' (on expectations of Open Garden Scheme) 12.3
   'An editor's questions' (on expectations of Open Garden Scheme), response to 12.8-12.9
   photographs for records of garden design 82.4
   ''Top 10' plants' 28.17-28.18, 31.15
   website creation by 49.1, 71.9
Wanil, see Agonis flexuosa (willow myrtle)
waratahs
   image from Maiden's book 50.24
   'Waratah colours' [new yellow variety] 59.17
Ward, Mary
   visit to garden of 37.13-37.14
   'What is a garden?' (NE Vic Branch) 54.13
Ward, Peter
   National Gallery of Australia fern garden (Weekend Australian) 23.13
Wareham, Anne
   'The Bad Tempered Gardener' 78.1, 80.4
Warrnambool (Victoria)
   Friends of Gardiners Creek, Dunlop Street Reserve 13.2, 13.3-13.4, 14.15
   Garden Design Study Group weekend at 11.18, 13.3-13.6
water features, see also ponds and dams; wetlands
   'Australian and Japanese gardens' (Snape) 66.9
   Australian garden at Chelsea Flower Show 83.1-83.2
   'The Australian Garden at Cranbourne' [theme of role of water] (Snape) 55.17-55.18
   '"Dairy Cans" pebbly garden' (Houseman) 58.14-58.16
   'Design and construction of water areas' (Brindley) 17.7
   design of Cruithof's garden by Michael Cook 47.16
   'Eurobodalla Native Botanic Gardens' (Knight) 17.3-17.5
   'A garden to attract birds and frogs' (Scales) 59.6-59.7
   'Gardening in the Southern Highlands of NSW. Part 2. Pond area' (Elwell-Gavins) 9.8
   'Habitat gardens' (Rowland) 87.4-87.6
   'Japanese Gardens' (Hanson) 87.12-87.14
   Joyce Garden 2.5
   keeping your pond/dam clear (Lee) 14.14
   letters about 24.2-24.3
   Lubra Bend Homestead, Yarra Glen (Garnham) 66.6-66.7
   'Making Australian gardens with a sense of place' (Vale) 94.15-94.18
   'The many moods of water at Roma Street Parkland' (Smith) 41.6-41.8
   mosquitoes and 18.3
   'A narrow "courtyard" garden' [passage-way] (Snape), suggestions for 36.14-36.15
   'A novel approach to creating a small water feature using a recycled resource' (Howes) 63.11-63.12
   'Our eco-house and garden' (Rowland) 62.10
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) (river) 72.14-72.15
   ponds (Buchanan) 9.9
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' (Blake) 16.3-16.5
   report on visit to Hanson's garden 18.19
   report on visit to Rooks' garden 88.19-88.21
   Schaumann's garden 47.16-47.17
   Tormaline Park, Orange 16.19
   tubestock plantings along riverbanks (Hicks) 34.12
   'The velocity of running water' (Graham) 10.12
   visit to Martin's garden 50.22
   visit to Rob & Val Henry's garden 75.25-75.26
   visit to WAMA site 88.23
   'Water -- a precious resource in an Australian garden' (Snape) 9.8-9.9
   'Water features in gardens' (Waldron) 29.15-29.16
   'Water in a sandplains garden, WA' (Fisher) 9.9
   'Water in the garden at "Denbly", Killarney (Densley) 9.6-9.8
   'Water in the garden: the value of ornamental ponds' (Thompson) 9.6
   'Water in your garden' by Paul Thompson, reviewed by Mark Fountain 9.11-9.12
   'What is a garden? Report of Sydney branch visit to Bolwarra February 15, 1997' (Long) 17.19-17.20
   wine barrels and pots 59.19, 60.19
water use, see also dry areas; ecological approach
   'A vertical garden in Melbourne' (Snape) 88.14-88.15
   ACT restrictions and planting choices 54.4-54.5
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 (Snape) 68.7
   'Awkward plants' [water requirements] (Simmons) 15.16
   'Beautiful gardens with less water' book review 10.11
   booklet 'Planning a drought tolerant garden' (Campbell) 43.26
   'Californian drought worsens' (Garden Drum) 89.14-89.15
   'Can south-east Australia expect drought soon?' (Layt) 88.5-88.6
   'Cockatoo', Wamboin, garden visit 76.20-76.21
   'Designing for the dry' (Larkin) 34.12-34.13
   'Despair and desire - a short diary' 66.19-66.22
   Diamond garden, Yass, garden visit 74.21
   'Experiment with a formal xeriscape Australian native garden design' (Percy) 5.7
   'Five basic planting techniques for any Aussie garden' (Smith) 65.11
   for survival vs for flowering 43.26
   'A garden of contrasts' (Victor Harbor) (Bond) 17.10-17.12
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.25
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.23
   'Good gardens with less water' book review 62.15
   'Grey and silver plants in the Australian garden' (Gunn) 13.12-13.13
   'Growing Native Plants in Pots' (Walcott) 75.19-75.20
   'Heat-tolerant plants' (Halliday) 70.12-70.14
   'I've got that . . . feeling' [pruning] (Larkin) 61.12-61.14
   'Jan & Alan Hall's 'no-water' drought resistant garden' (Moore) 59.11-59.12
   Kennedy's garden 74.15-74.16
   letters about 57.5, 71.3
   'Low rainfall -- drought in Australian garden design' [unpredictable low rain] (Simmons) 36.10
   'A marriage of aesthetics and ecology' (Rowland) 62.13
   Melbourne's Growing Green strategy 42.14
   minimising water demand 9.11
   'More than garden etiquette' [water tanks] (Larkin) 51.4-51.5, 52.10
   'Mulch and fire' [plant losses] (Buchanan) 58.11-58.12
   NE Vic Branch local booklet on water-wise gardening 44.16, 51.18, 59.12
   'Planning a low water garden in the ACT' (Percy) 11.14
   'Planning and Designing Australian Gardens - A few ideas to get you started' (Howes) 80.12
   'Plants' adaptation to drought' (Guenzel) 34.13-34.14
   'Plants surviving extreme weather conditions' (Snape) 66.17-66.18
   prostantheras as indicators of dryness (Howes) 38.15
   Queensland gardens during drought 35.4
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.7
   'Report of Canberra GDSG visit to Orana School Open Garden' (Robbins) 60.15
   'Soils ain't soils and plant selection' (Howes) 84.6-84.7
   'Some water conservation ideas from Sydney' (Rymer) 10.12-10.13
   'Survival of Australian plants' [reasons for losses] (Hoile) 59.8
   swales to catch runoff 85.17-85.18
   'Tree Management for Carbon, Energy and Drought Efficiency' (Moore) 61.7-61.10
   'Use of water in the garden: establishing a three bucket rainforest' (Keena) 9.10
   'Use of water in the garden: the 3-bucket rainforest revisited' (Keena) 19.10-19.11
   'Vertical gardens' (Snape) 75.12
   visit to garden of Farrow and Kendrick 81.24-81.25
   'Visit to Malcolm and Monika Freake's garden in Gisborne South' 82.15
   'Water and wetland plants for southern Australia' book review 9.11
   'Water in the urban landscape' (Boyle) 17.7
   'Water matters: good gardens with less water' (Handreck) 59.6
   water restrictions in Brisbane (letter) (Smith) 56.3
   water restrictions in Melbourne (editorial) 57.1
   watering in garden service plans 18.10
   'Water-wise Garden Design & Management' (van Riets) 43.6-43.7
   'When to water?' (Howes) 38.15
   'WWW -- factors in garden design' (Simmons) 39.6
   'Xeriscape Garden' (Howes) 55.13-55.14
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Tasmania) (Watson) 10.8
waterlilies
   'Water features in gardens' [Nymphaea gigantea] (Waldron) 29.16
Watson, Phil
   'Mulch or Helpful hints from good gardeners' (Hambrett) 56.18
   'The Native Grass Menagerie' 48.16
   'Remembering the "Forget me note"' 49.15
   'Roses with other names' 53.16
   'Your own dryland wildflower colour parade' (Tasmania) 10.8
Watson, Rob
   'Australian Landscape Conference 2005' 52.9, 52.13
wattles, see Acacia spp.
Watts, Peter
   'The growing shame of mondo grass' 65.17
We Venture (Rumble's garden), see Rumble, Paula
weather, see climate change; cold areas; hot weather; storms
Web, Gary
   'Developing Garden Photography' 77.6-77.7
Webb, Maureen & Norm
   Bushcare Award 54.4
   design criteria for judging gardens 29.9
   'Garden design at Dural' (meeting report) 40.17-40.18
   'Garden visits in Melbourne' 29.11
   letters from 51.3, 55.3-55.4
   'Local habitat native gardens' (Rennick) 33.2-33.3
   meeting reports (Vincentia visits) 31.20
   'Norm & Maureen Webb's garden' (Hambrett) 31.10, 31.12
   'Our garden' 31.12
   'Report of GDSG (NSW) South Coast weekend 27-28 May 2000' 30.21-30.22
   'Something old, something new' 64.9-64.10
   visit to garden of 57.19-57.20, 58.22-58.23
   'When to bite the bullet' 32.13
   'When to bite the bullet', comments on 33.7
Webb, Merele
   'Design outline' 24.8-24.9
   meeting at house of 74.19, 74.22-74.23
   'Roundabout planting design' 30.10-30.11
   Winged Spyridium (Spyridium vexilliferum) in passage-way 35.11
Webb, Pat & John
   'Advantages of edging pathways' 35.8
   'Attractive foliage' 32.15
   'Cherree's secret garden' 29.9-29.10
   end of GDSG subscription 39.4-39.5
   'Garden design -- metropolitan style' 38.10-38.11
   'Garden design with a new meaning' [in a retirement village] 35.9-35.10
   'Giving much thought' 24.14-24.15
   'Grass or not in open areas' 23.16
   ''Half a Chance', Rosalind Smallwood's garden at Point Lonsdale' 28.11
   letter about melaleucas 27.2-27.3
   letter from, and sale of Balnarring home 33.6
   letters from 29.3
   'Naturalistic and other gardens' 27.15
   'Offshore -- an indigenous coastal garden' [on Jane Burke's garden] 33.15
   on Editorial Committee 33.1
   plans for an Australian garden design book 27.4
   retirement village gardening (Webb) 37.6
   'Serendipity' 28.17
   'A small unit garden' 37.6
   'Suggestions for a narrow courtyard garden' 35.10-35.11
   'Tony Cavanagh's garden at Ocean Grove' 28.10-28.11
   'What is a small tree?' [trimming to taste] 26.15
websites, see also software
   ACRA 65.21
   article on design 66.8
   articles on 64.3
   'Developing Garden Photography' (Web) [blogs as sites for garden writing and photography] 77.6-77.7
   electronic newsletters to APS groups and 79.1, 80.4-80.5
   garden design blogs 75.7
   garden information on 85.23
   GDSG, see Garden Design Study Group website
   http://www.gardendrum.com 78.12, 79.13
   Indigenous Landscape Design Australia website 72.4
   on butterflies and caterpillars 65.7
   on encouraging birds 66.3
   'Requests for garden designers' [ANPS Canberra region] (Pipitone and Snape) 56.4-56.5
   royalties, how to spend 69.14-69.15
   SGAP information on internet 11.12
   snail control 63.7
weeds
   'Alternatives to garden escapees -- a worthy request from "Gumnuts" (Lewis) 36.16-36.17
   'Awkward plants' [no suppression of growth beneath] (Simmons) 15.16-15.17
   'Feral Future' (Low) 53.18
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.25
   'How low can you go' [removing bulbous weeds] (Larkin) 56.21
   'How to degrade the landscape without really trying' (Rowland) 28.16
   Invasive Species Council proposed TV story 66.5
   'Mistletoes in garden design?' (Vaughan) 32.17
   Monty Don on 84.11-84.12
   Monty Don on, Ros Walcott's response 84.11-84.12
   mulches and 30.4-30.5
   native plants as (Marriott) 11.8
   'Pittosporum undulatum -- Traitor or Survivor ?' (Howell) 42.16
   plants to avoid (Entwhistle) 38.4
   'Preparing your new garden' [weedkillers] (Rowland) 23.11-23.12
   'The progress of garden thugs' [top 20 weedy Australian plants] (Blood and Snape) 34.12
   'Rainforest plants' [not to be planted outside their natural area] (Nicholson) 35.14-35.15
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.5-89.6
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' (Blake) 16.3-16.5
   regeneration projects 5.7-5.8
   report on visit to Ondinea's garden (Hambrett) 26.9
   report on visit to O'Neill's garden 91.20-91.21
   similar plants 'jump the garden wall' (Seddon) 54.6, 54.18
   'Strategic planning and design for weed control' (Smith) 8.8-8.9
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) 92.14
   weed control mats 4.19
   'WWW -- factors in garden design' (Simmons) 39.5-39.6
   Yanderra news [habitat provision] (Hambrett) 50.9-50.10
weeping grass, see Microlaena stipoides (weeping grass)
Weller, Richard J (Prof)
   'The tragedy of the Bali bombings is now elegantly written into the text of Perth's Kings Park' 49.5-49.6
Wesley College, University of Sydney 9.2
West Australian Christmas tree, see Nuytsia floribunda (West Australian Christmas tree)
Westbrook, Aileen
   letters from 59.4
Western Australia
   'Tiny daisy gives Western Australia its 10,000 native plant species' 92.7-92.8
Western Australian gardens
   'American vision well worth considering' [Joondalup, WA] (Snape) 39.13
   Australian face for floral clock 29.13, 96.5-96.6
   Australian Horticulture article on 40.11
   banksias from WA in Canberra 94.10-94.11
   'Caroline Gunter's Arid Country trip' 70.19-70.21
   'Garden design for a village in a desert area' (Boladeras) 27.6-27.9
   information centre (2004 conference visit) 53.9
   'A letter from the west' (Moir) 34.3-34.4
   mining camp garden 31.3, 31.18, 32.3
   'Mulch in an arid area garden' (Boladeras) 30.4-30.5
   'A New Image for Australian Plants' book review 41.13-41.14
   'No all-Australian gardens in a wildflower paradise?' [Esperance] (Buchanan) 7.11-7.12
   photos of (Fisher) 33.4-33.5
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' 39.6-39.9
   'The tragedy of the Bali bombings is now elegantly written into the text of Perth's Kings Park' (Weller) 49.5-49.6
   'Travels and design' [Pilbara trip] (Snape) 48.4-48.5
   WA plants in Cootamundra 53.22
   'Water in a sandplains garden, WA' (Fisher) 9.9
Western Australian Wildflower Society
   'Garden Projects' 45.15-45.16
westringia
   hedges (Campbell's garden) 40.8
wetlands, see also ponds and dams; water features
   'The 'evolving' compartments' [water features] (Densley) 33.10-33.12
   letter about waterlogged gardens 27.3
   'The many moods of water at Roma Street Parkland' (Smith) 41.7-41.8
   'Plans for "wetlands"' (Densley) 16.14
   'Pond ecology' [frog-friendly] (Owen and Larkin) 34.14-34.15
   'Raised bogs' (Rose) 41.4
   'Shirley and Graham Fisher's garden' [WA, bog garden] 39.8
   'The velocity of running water' (wetlands) (Graham) 10.12
   'Water and wetland plants for southern Australia' by Nick Romanowski, reviewed by Bruce Muir 9.11
White, Barry
   Ferndale, Barry White's garden (West Essendon, Melbourne) 5.6
white in the garden, see colour in the garden
Wild, Don
   'The Munro Court story from Castlemaine' (Turner & Wild) 61.15-61.16
'wild garden' design (Robinson), see also Australian landscape; natural gardens
   'Unnatural acts: the designed landscape and Australian flora' (Shepherd) 12.5
wilderness, see ecological approach; environmental land management
wildflower gardens, see cottage gardens
Wildflower Place nursery
   Nola Parry 50.17, 70.25-70.26
Wildlife Art Museum of Australia (WAMA) 87.16
   GDSG donation to 88.1
   non city-centric plans for 93.13
   proposal for new botanical gardens for regional Victoria 86.2-86.6, 87.16, 88.1
   visit to WAMA site 88.21-88.23
wildlife in the garden, see also Atlas of Living Australia (ALA); birds in the garden; Canberra Nature Map (CNM) database
   '...creating a small water feature ....' [fish] (Howes) 63.11-63.12
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen 73.13
   'The additional dimension -- wildlife in the garden' (Pizzey) 5.12
   'Ann and Tom Raine's garden' [Central Coast] 59.13
   avoiding snakes (letters) 47.3
   bandicoots feeding on native fungi 32.18
   banksias and 3.7
   bird corridor at Knox Park Primary school 83.21
   'Butterfly gardening' (Hanson) 32.8
   Canberra GDSG Visit to Carwoola 86.22-86.24
   'A Cave in the Australian Bush' [Deidre Morton's house] 45.5-45.6
   'Civic Gardens' (McCarthy) 60.12-60.13
   'Cockatoo', Wamboin, garden visit 76.20-76.21
   'Design of the Keith Moore Habitat Garden' (Naylor) 58.8, 58.21-58.22
   'Designing for Wally (a resident wombat)' (Burns) 11.11
   'Designing for wildlife' (Ondinea) 19.8-19.9
   'Farncombe' garden record (Howes) 83.12
   Flora for Fauna Project 37.11-37.12
   'Garden design with landscape' (Warrnambool talk) (Snape) 13.6
   'The garden of Joy' (Cook) 68.13, 68.15-68.16
   'A garden or a piece of bush?' (Long) 16.7-16.8
   'A garden to attract birds and frogs' (Scales) 59.6-59.7
   gardens for wildlife and children (letter) (Datsun) 58.3
   'Gardens thrive on a nice bit of mess' (Ondinea) 21.6-21.7
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.23-87.24
   'Habitat gardens' (Rowland) 87.4-87.6
   'How Marbled Geckos Are Helping To Design Our Garden' (Daniels) 94.8-94.9
   'Hybrid superpowers make slim pickings for wildlife' (Hamilton) 37.11
   indigenous gardens 4.17
   'It's All about the Birds and the Bees' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.7
   'Landscaping around the house on Mt Clay' (Densley) 27.9-27.10
   'Landscaping our parks, gardens & roadsides for habitat value: Does it matter if we use exotic, Australian or indigenous plants?' 11.6-11.7
   letters about 26.2, 26.4-26.5, 32.3, 46.4, 66.4-66.5, 69.3, 75.6
   letters about (Cook) 65.5
   letters about (Howes) 63.6
   'Lizard Lounges and Butterfly Bars' (FJC Rogers Seminar 2012) 81.5
   local council support for and assessment of 59.10
   'Local habitat native gardens' (Rennick) 33.2-33.3
   'The Native Grass Menagerie' (Watson) 48.16
   'Native grasses: should we eat them or smoke them?' (Prescott) 48.17
   'Noake's Garden, near Nowra, NSW' (Walcott) 96.22
   Our 'Garden' (Smith) (koalas and platypuses) 72.13
   plant species that kangaroos don't eat 6.8
   'Pond ecology' [frog-friendly] (Owen and Larkin) 34.14-34.15
   'Redesigning a Native Meadow' (Walcott) 89.5
   'Re-establishing local bushland in suburban Melbourne' (Blake) 16.3-16.5
   'Report of meeting on Sunday August 11 2001 at Chris Owens' [frog ponds] 40.15
   report on visit to Hanson's garden 18.18
   report on visit to Taggart's garden 50.19-50.20
   'A Small Wildlife Garden' (Murray) 56.7-56.8
   'Strategies for protecting and creating habitat areas and their wildlife' (Ondinea) 16.7
   'Suitable Trees for the Streetscape' [habitat for birds] 52.15-52.18
   'Surprise Visitors' (Macquire) 45.14
   swamp wallaby enjoying native violet flowers (Morton) 39.3
   'The approach of El Niño - a good time to take our leave?' (Russell) 92.14-92.15
   'Tidy or untidy?' (Snape) 24.5-24.6
   'Too much wildlife?!' (Densley) 16.9
   Treetops (Mains' garden) 53.20
   visit to Cornish and Wilkes garden 80.13-80.14
   visit to Enders' animal refuge 31.20
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' (skinks) 90.27
   visit to WAMA site [feral-proof fence] 88.22
   visit to Webbs' garden (South Coast) 58.22-58.23
   visual barriers for (Johnson) 94.3
   wallabies in Dorset (BBC blog) 76.1
   'Water in a sandplains garden, WA' (bird baths) (Fisher) 9.9
   We Venture (Rumbles' garden) 53.21-53.22
   websites on butterflies and caterpillars 65.7
   'Wildlife Attracting Plants: Wallabies and my Garden' (Cross) 45.13-45.14
   'WWW -- factors in garden design' (Simmons) 39.6
   Yanderra news (Hambrett) 50.8-50.9
wildplants, see indigenous plants
Wilkes, John
   visit to garden of 80.13-80.15
Willdampia formosa/Swainsona formosa
   naming controversy 30.20
Williams, Phil
   visit to WAMA site, plants donated by 88.22
Willis, Bill
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan], photo 87.25
Willoughby, Sharon
   'Cranbourne Australian Garden Update' 48.18
willow myrtle, see Agonis flexuosa (willow myrtle)
Willow Park, Wodonga
   design competition (Buchanan) 69.6
Willson, RK
   'Roots of trees in suburban gardens' 5.13-5.14
Wilson, Andrew
   Chelsea Flower Show (UK) 3.11
Wilson, Glen
   'Landscaping with Australian plants', foliage associations 34.4-34.5
   'Rise of the Australian Plant Garden' [student of Walling] (Hambrett) 48.8-48.10
   writing book on life's work 65.6
Wilson, Spencer
   book reviews 3.9-3.10
Wilson Botanic Park (Berwick, Vic) 8.3
wind, see storms
windbreaks
   Garden Visit - Milton, South Coast, NSW (Bate and Trickett) 89.26
   'Garden visit on August 28 to Shaws Road Winery and the garden of George Apted and Jan Miles' (Snape) 96.13-96.16
   'Paul & Barbara Kennedy's garden' (Buchanan) 26.8
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong [Queenbeyan, NSW]' 90.25-90.26
Winder, Jacquie
   garden design project 6.4
windows, see views
wineries, see Shaws Road Winery
winter, see cold areas; frost; seasonal change
Wolf, Eva and Gerd
   visit to garden of 85.16-85.18
Wollemi pine
   'GDSG Canberra Garden Visit - Murrumbateman' 87.19
   'GDSG Visit to a Rural Garden: A day in the country' [Queanbeyan] 87.24
   visit to garden of Streamer and Herald 93.23
Woltz, Thomas
   Australian Landscape Conference 2009 (Snape) 68.8
wombats, see wildlife in the garden
Wonga Vine, see Pandorea spp.
Woodburn, Tim & Shane
   garden of 65.13-65.15
Woodbury, Peter and Lyn
   'Visit to Peter and Lyn Woodbury's property at Googong' 90.23-90.28
Woodford, James
   'Now for the 40,000 year forecast' 42.18
woodland gardens, see also trees
   'The challenge of creating a grassland/grassy woodland garden in Canberra, part 1' (Anderson) 18.10-18.11
   'Creating a new garden "inside" an old one' (Pipitone) 11.14
   'The Desert Park, Alice Springs' (Snape) 39.10-39.11
   letter (Fenton) 30.3
   'Native grasses: should we eat them or smoke them?' [grassy woodlands] (Prescott) 48.17
   report of meeting at the Short's garden 21.17-21.18
   Shirley Pipitone's garden 35.5
   tour of Stockinbingal cemetery 53.19
   'The Urban Woodland' (book review) 26.10
   Wimmera woodland plants (from Australian Plants) 53.16-53.17
Woodroffe, Janet
   'Identity' 7.13
   'Life decisions and events' 7.3-7.4
   street trees 5.13
   'A talking garden' 6.19
   'A "whispering grove" of Casuarina cunninghamiana' 5.9
Woods, Ros & Graeme
   photo of G.petrophiloides in garden of 85.26
   Walcott's visit to garden of 85.1
words, see language
workshops, see seminars
Wright, Judith
   on Kathleen McArthur 48.19
Wright, Richard
   plea to embrace 'multi-environmentalism' [in favour of lawns and roses] 38.4
Wrigley, John
   Australian plants software 23.14
Wybalena Grove
   visit to Wybalena Grove by Canberra GDSG 94.23-94.24
Wynen, Els
   visit to garden of 78.24-78.27
Xanthorrhoea (grass tree)
   'Focal points' (Buchanan) 67.18
   visit to Lewin garden 88.23-88.24
Xanthostemon chrysanthus (golden penda) 31.17
xeriscaping (reduced irrigation), see water use
Yanderra (Jo Hambrett's garden)
   'Blending native and exotic plants to make a spiritually harmonious space' (Hambrett) 35.6-35.7
   'Death of a Garden -- a Change in the Landscape' 42.17
   'My trunk garden' 66.13-66.14
   news from 43.15-43.16, 44.14-44.15, 50.6-50.10
   on the market 78.1
Yarra, Pam & Jim
   "'At one' in a Garden" by Zanen, reply to 75.8-75.9
   'Change and redesign to capture garden peace - revisited' 72.9-72.10
   'Change and redesign to recapture garden peace' 71.11-71.12
   'Change in the garden-good or bad?' 50.11-50.12
   corner area of garden of 85.10
   'Design, Memories - and Moods of a Garden' 85.7-85.8
   'Gardens in Cornwall' 95.16-95.21
   'Inside looking out' (Larkin) 54.9-54.10
   letters from 62.4-62.5, 65.6, 66.4-66.5
   'Plants for a dry shaded garden with clay soil' 55.9-55.10
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden' 90.22-90.23
   'Plants for a shady, dry garden', letter about 91.5-91.8
   'Redesign of a corner in a suburban bush garden' 58.6-58.7
   'The Answer Lies In The Soil' 84.7-84.8
   'The Gothenburg Botanical Garden' 88.11-88.13
   visit to Freake garden 81.19-81.20
   visit to Freake garden ('Ideas for a secret garden') 81.12
   visit to garden of 52.24, 53.22-53.23, 71.14-71.15, 90.20-90.22
   visits to garden of (letter) 96.1
Yarra Bend State Park (Melbourne area) 15.21
Yarraberg, Riverside Development 15.21
Yarralumla Nursery 65.13
Yarrawonga, Victoria
   'Seasonal Changes at Yarrawonga' (Hall) 45.10-45.11
Young, Fred
   question on 'Plants that harmonise with conifers' 6.7
   'Useful terms' 9.16
Youssef, Debbie & Rudy
   letter seeking advice on garden 31.3
   'Starting a new garden' 31.10-31.11
Yuruga Nursery
   'Australian tropical plants volume 1, version 2' on CD-ROM, reviewed by Colleen Keena 15.12
Zanen, Nicky (born Rose), see also Rose, Nicky (later Zaren)
   "'At one' in a Garden" 73.11-73.13
   "'At one' in a Garden", reply to 75.8-75.10
   hedge ideas for commercial buildings 94.4
   letters from 70.3-70.4, 75.6-75.7
   meeting reports 75.20-75.21, 76.4
   visit to Freake garden ('Ideas for a secret garden') 81.12-81.13
   visit to garden of 78.8-78.10, 78.15-78.16
   visit to garden of Michelle Gallant and David Rose, photos by 86.19-86.21
Zouliou, Aliki 17.1
   conference reports 6.8
   'Formal/informal' 15.14

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