Grow What Where: Over 2300 Australian Native Plants for Every Situation, Special Use, and Problem Area

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Nelson, 1980 - Gardening - 248 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Ground covers
4
Rockery plants
7
Tufties
12
Fencescreeners
14
Tall skinnies
17
Hedge plants
18
Windbreaks
21
Flowerpot plants
145
Miniature plants
146
Indoor plants
148
Plants for hanging baskets
149
Cascading plants
151
Climbers
153
Pricklies
155
Birdattracters for honeyeaters
157

Fireretarders
25
Small acacias
26
Small eucalypts
27
11 Ground wet in winter drying out in summer
29
Heavy and clay soils
32
Shady moist conditions
38
Shady dry conditions
43
Permanently boggy soil
47
Pond plants
51
Waterabsorbers
53
Plants for very sandy soil
54
Plants tolerating dry conditions
61
Plants tolerating very dry conditions
65
Soilbinders
68
Sandbinders
70
Layering plants
72
Suckering plants
74
Coastal plants front line
76
Coastal plants second line
78
Moderately limetolerant plants
82
Very limetolerant plants
86
Frostresistant plants
89
Plants usually frostresistant
94
Frosttender plants
97
Quick growers
99
Longflowering plants
102
Eucalypt flower calendar
104
Acacia flower calendar
107
Grevillea flower calendar
109
Summerflowering plants
112
Autumnflowering plants
115
Winterflowering plants
117
40 White flowers
119
Blue flowers
121
Yellow flowers
122
Green flowers
124
Mauve flowers
125
Pink flowers
127
Purple flowers
129
Orange flowers
130
Red flowers
131
Intense flower colours
133
Plants for cut flowers
135
Plants for floral art
137
Tubplants
140
Birdattracters for insecteaters
160
Birdattracters for seedeaters
162
Butterflyattracting plants
163
Specimen trees and shrubs
166
Shade trees
168
Deciduous trees
170
Weeping trees and shrubs
171
Natives to blend with exotics
172
69 Silver foliage
175
Variegated foliage
176
Darkly contrasting foliage
177
Open foliage
178
Interesting foliage
179
Interesting buds or fruits
181
Interesting trunks
183
Berries
185
Perfumed flowers
187
Aromatic foliage
189
Plants easily propagated from cuttings
191
Plants easily propagated from seed
193
Plants easily propagated by division
194
Native grasses
195
Native lilies
197
Native annuals
199
Native palms
201
Native conifers
202
Epiphytic orchids
203
Hardy ferns
204
Carnivorous plants
205
Lawn alternatives
206
Firewood trees
207
Eucalypts that may drop large branches
208
Draincloggers
209
Plants tolerant of salt soils
211
Snowtolerant plants
213
Smogtolerant plants
215
Plants tolerant of Phytophthora cinnamomi
216
Plants for gully erosion control
217
Fodder plants
218
Koala food trees
219
Further reading
221
Further information
223
Index
225
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