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What to plant where ?

A bibliography of books on the selection of appropriate native plants for different spots in Australian home gardens, prepared by the staff at the Australian National Botanic Gardens Library.

Australian Plant Study Group (1990) Grow what where : over 2,750 Australian native plants for every situation, special use and problem area. New enlarged edn. Viking O'Neil, Ringwood, Vic. 421 pp.

Macdonald, Gwenda, Peate, Natalie, Talbot, Alice (1997) Grow what where. Lothian Books, Port Melbourne, Vic. 168 pp. **includes exotic and Australian plants.

Molyneux, Bill & Forrester, Sue (1997) The Austraflora A-Z of Australian plants. [Rev. & updated edn.] Reed, Kew, Vic. 186 pp.

Oakman, Harry (1995) Harry Oakman's What flowers when : the compete guide to flowering times in tropical and subtropical gardens. University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Qld. 143 pp. **includes exotic and Australian native plants.

Rigby, Geoff & Rigby, Bev (1992) Colour your garden with Australian natives. Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst, NSW. 112 pp.

DiComp (2001), Garden Composer, Garden Software Pty Ltd,

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