Australian Plants online

Number 19...September 2000
ISSN 1326-7469

Australian Plants online is published in March, June, September and December by the Society for Growing Australian Plants, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the growing, conservation, promotion and appreciation of Australian native plants.

First Cuttings
BulletOdds and Ends
Australian Plants Societies; Weeds by Mail; Florabank; Mundulla Yellows: A growing concern; Cultivar Watch; "Australian Plants" print!!!

BulletFavourites - 2
Sturt's desert pea in the UK....we're kidding, right??? Wrong!

BulletAustralia's Native Orchids
The best epiphytic and terrestrial species for southern Australia

BulletTextures and Forms of Australian Plants
Choosing plants for their total contribution to the landscape

BulletCorymbia, Corymbia......wherefore art thou Corymbia?
Lumping or splitting the eucalypts?? You be the judge.

BulletIn Appreciation of the Common Black Wattle
Often overlooked - but a vital component of Australian ecosystems

BulletAdenanthos.......a member of the Protea family
Rarely cultivated but well worth a place in the native garden

BulletBirdscaping....and the 'Birds in Backyards' Project
Aiming to achieve the reintroduction of a diverse and dynamic bird community into urban areas

BulletElectronic Mailbox
Problems, comments, suggestions...and a few answers.

BulletShort Cuts
Bartle Frere Oak; The Pricelessness of Kangaroo Grass; Koalas and Eucalypts; Eremophila Seed Trials; How Not to Grow Eucalyptus caesia; Fertilising Australian Native Plants

BulletA Good Read
Reviews of some publications on the Australian flora.

BulletBack Issues
...see what you've missed and download early articles!


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Editor: Brian Walters


Australian Plants online - September 2000
Issue date: 24 September 2000

Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants

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