Indigenous Plants of the Sandbelt (South-eastern Melbourne)

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Subject: Indigenous Plants of the Sandbelt (South-eastern Melbourne)
Date: Sun, 01 Dec 2002 11:54:07 +1100

Indigenous Plants of the Sandbelt is a gorgeous new book on
the native plants of the area from the Yarra to Frankston in
SE Melbourne. 

Basically a gardening guide, it illustrates 180 plants
available from regional nurseries.  But it also has a lot of
background including stuff on wildlife gardening,
revegetation, fauna extinctions in the region.....

Retails at $25.  Let me know if you would like to see or get
a copy.

Michael Norris

PS I think this is on-topic, at least in my region, and have
no financial interest in the book.
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