Australian Plants online

Number 21...March 2001
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; Native Citrus; Red-flowered Acacia; Centenary of Federation - Floral Emblems; Register of Significant Stumps; Trees to Combat Salinity; "Australian Plants" print!!!

BulletFavourites - 4
The Waratah - Telopea speciosissima

BulletA Trip to the South-West
Making a pilgrimage to the "Wildflower State"

BulletGrowing Callistemon from Seed
Propagating your own bottlebrushes is easy and rewarding!

BulletGrowing Calytrix
With more than 70 species, why aren't Calytrix seen more often in cultivation?

BulletMy Favourite Rainforest Plants for Containers
Choices, many choices!!

BulletRotten Cheesefruit?...or Great Morinda??
The much maligned "cheese fruit" - hold your nose and take a bite!

BulletIn Honour of Ferdinand Bauer
The story of the botanical illustrator commemorated in the genus Bauera

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

BulletShort Cuts
Alyogyne huegelii - an attractive Australian hibiscus; One of the Toughest, Lomandra multiflora; Death of a Eucalypt; Growing Rainforest Vines; Candles in the Wind - Banksia ericifolia; To Prune or not to Prune?

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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The deadline for the June 2001 issue is 15 May 2001

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Editor: Brian Walters


Australian Plants online - March 2001
Issue date: 28 March 2001

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