Australian Plants online

Number 22...June 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; Macadamia Nuts and Dogs; A Couple of New Correas; Investigator 200 Symposium; Netwatch; Cultivars of Australian Plants; Australian Flora Foundation; Australian Plants" print!!!

BulletFavourites - 5
Wahlenbergia stricta - Tall bluebell.

BulletQueensland Raspberries
The rampant exotic blackberry shouldn't deter you from trying Australian members of the genus Rubus

BulletEremophila: The Emu Bush
Eremophilas are ideal plants for dry climates but many also have much to offer in more temperate areas

BulletA Mid-winter's Patch
Plants to brighten up the cold, dank days of winter!

BulletLandscapes of South-west Western Australia
Why is the west the way it is?

BulletWater Conservation in the Garden
The use of "greywater" on Australian plants

BulletCultivation Shock....or "Fire and Ice"!
Successes and failures with Grevillea in a harsh climate

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

BulletShort Cuts
What's a karkella? Outwitting the Local Kangaroos; A Spectacular Persoonia; Smoked Vermiculite; What's Behind that Name??; Unlocking the Secrets of Flannel Flowers

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 - June 2001
Issue date: 27 June 2001

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