2 edition of useful native plants of Australia found in the catalog.
useful native plants of Australia
J. H. Maiden
At head of title: The Technological Museum of New South Wales. Sydney.
|Statement||by J. H. Maiden. Printed by order of the Committee of Management.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii p., 696 p.|
|Number of Pages||696|
|LC Control Number||11001939|
While Australia’s indigenous peoples have long enjoyed the flavours and nutritional benefits of native plants, many Australians have yet to sample the smorgasbord on offer. In some cases, the flavours imparted by native plants aren’t far removed from introduced ingredients, and can therefore be used in many of the same dishes. Description - Field Guide to Useful Native Plants from Temperate Australia by Judith Caton Detailed descriptions of over useful plants from the temperate eco-region. More than colour photos and drawings for ease of identification, as well as maps of local and Australia .
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Australian Native Plants. Some of these folk have regrettably passed on, others have moved to different areas. We endeavour here to acknowledge their assistance, without which the various editions of this book would not have been as useful to so many gardeners and lovers of Australian Size: 3MB. Detailed descriptions of over useful plants from the temperate eco-region. • More than colour photos and drawings for ease of identification, as well as maps of local and Australia-wide distributions. • Information on a wide range of uses for native plants as food, fibre and medicines, including notes on preparation.
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The Useful Native Plants of Australia. The useful native plants of Australia, (including Tasmania) by Maiden, J. (Joseph Henry), Pages: About this book. A comprehensive outline of how temperate Australian native plants have been used for food, fibre, medicine and everyday convenience.
This field guide includes illustrations and descriptions to help identify useful native plants. Customer Reviews. Useful Bush Plants. Peter Bindon's Useful Bush Plants takes reader on a journey of discovery that highlights plants of interest to native gardeners and bushwalkers - and to anyone interested in Australian history.
Over colour photographs, descriptions and uses of over plants. Excellent reference book. pp p. - The useful native plants of Australia, - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
(Inside cover) Botany - Australia.; Plants, Useful -- Australia; Botany, Economic - Australia. Maiden, Joseph. Botanist, curator, writer and teacher, Joseph Maiden brought knowledge about Australia's plants into the public realm through his influence on the collections and programs of the Technological Museum and the Botanic Gardens and his emphasis on the creation of useful and practical science.
Field Guide to Useful Native Plants from Temperate Australia. Judith Caton & Richard Hardwick. The result of a year fieldwork partnership photographing, describing and using plants from the temperate eco-regions of Australia.
A valuable contribution to the knowledge of the native plants of Australia. The Proteaceae family of flowering plants, including banksias, grevilleas and waratahs, are among Australia’s most popular natives.
A key characteristic of the Proteaceae family is that flower heads are made up of a number of small flowers. The waratah is widespread in the national parks along the New South Wales coastline. Detailed descriptions of over useful plants from the temperate eco-region.
Book features: More than colour photos and drawings for ease of identification, as well as maps of local and Australia-wide distributions. Information on a wide range of uses for native plants as food, fibre and medicines, including notes on preparation.5/5(3).
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MAI. Australian Field Guides and Nature Books. See Also: Survival Books, NEW: Field Guide to Useful Native Plants from Temperate Australia, by Caton J. & Hardwick R. This is a new book (published August ) which I haven't got yet but it. The useful native plants of Australia including Tasmania.
This book, "The useful native plants of Australia including Tasmania," by J.H. Maiden, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as : Paperback.
Fruit is a drupe about 7 mm in diameter. The book 'The Useful Native Plants of Australia records that the "This and other species of Cassytha are called " Dodder-laurel." The emphatic name of "Devil's guts" is largely : Lauraceae.
The useful native plants of Australia, (including Tasmania) By. Maiden, J. (Joseph Henry), Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Sydney,Turner and Henderson, Notes: At head of title: The Technological Museum of New South Wales, Sydney. Subjects. The useful native plants of Australia including Tasmania.
This book, The useful native plants of Australia. including Tasmania, by J.H. Maiden, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, Price Range: $ - $ This comprehensive up-to-date and quality guide to Australian native plants provide a substantial and enduring reference that will appeal to any garden enthusiast or lover of Australian flora.
It is an invaluable source of reference, a superbly informative and lavish guide to Australia's rich treasure trove of native plants. Australia's geographic isolation houses many unique species of rare plants, including many orchid and eucalyptus species.
Some of the native plants of Australia include the Bull Kauri, Palm Valley Myrtle, Dallachy's Banksia, and Sturt's Desert Rose, among many others.
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More than colour photos and drawings for ease of identification, as well as maps of local and Australia-wide distributions.
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