Growing Australian Native Plants from Seed

Paperback - January 2003 - AU $29.99

Outlines methods used to propagate native species from seed for small or large scale revegetation, tree planting or direct seeding projects.

With increasing community recognition of the many problems associated with past clearing of native vegetation, interest in the propagation of indigenous plants has dramatically increased over the past few years. This has led to a greater diversity of native plant species being grown, including native grasses, aquatics, lilies and herbaceous species. This book outlines methods used to propagate native species from seed for small or large scale revegetation, tree planting or direct seeding projects.

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Paperback | January 2003 | $ 29.99
ISBN: 9780646428666 | 156 pages
Publisher: Bushland Horticulture
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Contents

Introduction
1. Why grow local plants?
2. Seed development, viability and dormancy.
3. Seed germination and seed treatments.
4. Growing seedlings in containers
5. Direct seeding
6. Growing specific species from seed
Glossary
Bibliography

Authors

Murray Ralph has been involved in the seed collection and propagation of native plants for over fifteen years and has worked for organisation such as the CSIRO, Greening Australia and the National Trust. He is currently running a consultancy business, Bushland Horticulture.