Australian Plants online

Number 28...December 2002
ISSN 1326-7469

Australian Plants online is published quarterly by the Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the growing, conservation, promotion and appreciation of Australian native plants.

First Cuttings
BulletNews and Views from the World of Australian Plants
Australian Plants Societies; The "Gumnuts" Newsletter; Beetle and moth put bite on problem weed; Eucalypts of California; Looking underground for revegetation solutions; Encyclopaedia of Australian Plants Volume 8; Postcode Plants Database; Threatened Tasmanian eucalypts axed for suburban subdivision; Waratah Paintings; Australian Plants" print!!!

BulletOn the Brink - 4
Australian Plants at Risk - Prostanthera teretifolia

BulletAlyogyne: An Update
Attractive but often neglected members of the Hibiscus family.

BulletAustralian Plants in Seattle
Short summers and cool, moist winters are the challenge in Washington state, USA.

BulletMontgomery Yellows?
Is this further evidence of chemical poisoning as a cause of Mundulla Yellows?

BulletSome observations on Blandfordia (Christmas Bells)
Experiences on conditions necessary for flowering of this spectacular species.

BulletTemperate Area Eucalypts
Smaller growing mallees are well suited to cultivation in temperate areas.

BulletDeveloping Australian Plants for Commercial Horticulture
Hybridisation brings superior forms into cultivation.

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

BulletShort Cuts
Basic Propagation from Seed; When is a Plant a Weed.....and when is it a useful volunteer?? Growing Sturt's Desert Pea; More Growing Sturt's Desert Pea; Happiness is a Hibbertia; The Family Malvaceae

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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Opinions expressed in this publication are those of the authors and may not represent official policy of the member Societies of the Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants. The copyright of all articles and images remains with the authors. Photographs in this issue are copyright Brian Walters unless otherwise indicated.

Editor: Brian Walters


Australian Plants online - December 2002
Issue date: 21 December 2002

Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants

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