Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia: Ferns, conifers & their allies
Cultivated plants are the basis of a vast economic and recreational industry. This book provides an inventory of the large number of plants (both native and exotic) that are cultivated in gardens. It includes accurate, up to date nomenclature and, above all an accessible botanically authorative means of plant identification.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Arboretum Aurea Bark base Boskoop Botanic Gardens branches branchlets brown Buds cm long cm wide cone scales conical conifers cool areas cultivars cultivated cycads Dandenongs dark green dense divided once Dwarf erect female cones Fern fertile fronds similar flattened foliage frond stalk Fronds divided genera genus groove grow in cool Grows naturally hairs indusia indusium leaf leathery leaves less linear lobed Macedon Male cones Malesia mature midrib montane narrow NAtURAl DIStrIButION Needs shelter Nursery Origin unknown ovate ovoid pairs pale green Park Pine plants Queensland RECOGNItION Fronds Rhizome Rhizome long-creeping Rhizome short-creeping Royal Botanic Gardens scale-like scaly seed segment margins shelter and warmth shrub slow-growing sometimes Sori South Australia South Wales Specimens NSW Specimens VIC sporangia sprays spreading stalk dark stem Sterile and fertile tall Tasmania thick tips tolerate cool conditions toothed tree Tree Fern trunk Ultimate segments Victoria waxy blue Westbourne Woods Young shoots Zealand