Australian Plants, Spring 2021 issue

By Rhonda Daniels, enewsletter editor

The Spring 2021 issue of Australian Plants was mailed to members and subscribers in early December 2021. Members of the Australian Plants Society NSW receive Australian Plants four times a year as part of their membership.

This un-themed issue has an eclectic range of topics. Editor Merle Thompson OAM says “I hope something in the articles will inspire your desire to learn more about, protect, grow and enjoy Australian plants”.

This issue includes the following articles:

  • Filmy ferns of the highlands of the NSW South Coast by Dr Kevin Mills
  • Some small plants for the garden by Royce Raleigh
  • Experimenting in the nursery by Emma Brame
  • Native bees in the pollen by Phil Watson
  • Rare experiences (Actinotus forsythii) by Merle Thompson OAM
  • Rain: there is nothing average about the average by Martin O’Rourke
  • Saying it with flowers by John Aitken
  • Illustrated Plant Glossary book review by Dr Sue Bowen
  • ANPSA Biennial conference September 2022 promotion.

Cover photo: Actinotus forsythii, the pink flannel flower, January 2021 at Mt Victoria by Harry Loots


Previous issues

Read about previous issues – Autumn 2021 here and Winter 2021 on isopogons and petrophiles here.

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