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"Australian Plants"....in print!

The Society's 48 page, colour (printed) journal, "Australian Plants" has been published quarterly since 1959. It carries articles of interest to both amateur growers and professionals in botany and horticulture. Its authors include the leading professional and amateur researchers working in with the Australian flora and many beautiful and high quality photographs of Australian plants are published in its pages. Topics covered by the journal cover a wide range and include landscaping, growing, botany, propagation and conservation.

Note that the contents of "Australian Plants" and "Australian Plants online" are totally different.

The September 1997 issue of "Australian Plants" includes the following items:

  • Creating a Native Garden...A garden for beginners
  • Native Honeysuckle; The genus Lambertia in Western Australia
  • Fertilizing for grevilleas
  • Grevillea buxifolia and its Relatives
  • New South Wales Christmas Bush; Cultivation and available forms
  • Small plants from south east Queensland
  • Creating homes for birds and mammals; the nest box
  • Growing Proteaceae in south eastern New south Wales
  • Mistletoe; their natural biological control
  • Edible Fruits; Commercial production 2
  • Quandong's wild peach
  • Australian native bees

A subscription to the print version of "Australian Plants" is $18 annually for 4 issues (overseas $AUS30) including postage. To subscribe, write to PO Box 744, Blacktown, NSW, Australia, 2148 enclosing the appropriate fee.

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Australian Plants online - September 1997
The Society for Growing Australian Plants