In this author's studies, the flowers are not seen in the studio or cultivated garden, but against the background of their actual environment, vibrantly alive and full of colour. This book contains 180 colour plates and 30 line drawings each of the six regions described is introduced by a leading botanical authority.
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Introduction by J H Willis
Introduction by D F Blaxell
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Acacia Alice Springs alpine areas Banksia Blandfordia Boronia botanical botanist bracts buds calyx central Australia Christmas Bell clusters coastal Dendrobium dense dry sclerophyll forest Dryandra endemic epiphytic epiphytic orchids Eucalyptus family Compositae family Myrtaceae family Orchidaceae Colour family Proteaceae flora flower heads foliage fruits genera genus granite Grevillea grow heaths Helipterum Herbarium indigenous species inland involucre Kimberleys labellum lanceolate leaf leaves Lily lobes mallee Malvaceae mountain Myrtaceae NATIONAL PARK NSw NATIONAL PARK QLD NATIONAL PARK vie native plants northern Occurs orange Orchid Orchidaceae palms perennial perianth Perth petals pink pinnate plains Proteaceae racemes rainfall rainforest ranges region reserves sandplains sandstone sandy sclerophyll scrub seed sepals Sept shrub slender soils South Wales south-west spikes stamens stems swamps Sydney Tasmania temperate terminal Tree Fern tropical tubular vegetation Victoria Western Australia wildflowers winter woodland yellow