Number 29...March 2003
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.
- News and Views from the World of Australian Plants
- Australian Plants Societies; The "Gumnuts" Newsletter; Camden White Gum - can we save it?; Bushfire Hot Spots Online; World-first Australian Truffle Find; Australian Plants"...in print!!!
- On the Brink - 5
- Australian Plants at Risk - Darwinia carnea
- Establishing Australian Plants - The Water Wise Way
- With much of Australia still in drought, tips to keep new plantings healthy.
- Proposed Name Changes in Acacia
- Is the name Acacia a thing of the past for Australia's wattles? Will Racosperma be their new name??
- Isopogon and Petrophile
- These two genera in the Protea family deserve to be much better known.
- Some Australian plants in cultivation in England by 1800
- Australian plants were in great demand in the years following European settlement of Australia's east coast
- Grevilleas for Cultivation
- Some of the more unusual species worth looking out for.
- Longstem Native Tubestock - The Solution to the Willow Problem
- An innovative approach to revegetation.
- Electronic Mailbox
- Problems, comments, suggestions...and a few answers.
- Short Cuts
- The Queensland Tree Waratah; Grevillea 'Poorinda Royal Mantle'; Growing Ferns from Spore; The Genus Dianella; Striking Cuttings in Water; Favourite Vines
- A Good Read
- Reviews of some publications on the Australian flora.
- Back Issues
- ...see what you've missed and download early articles!
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Editor: Brian Walters
Australian Plants online - March 2003
Issue date: 19 March 2003
Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants