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APSNSW - Australian Plants Journal

The Australian Plants journal is a quarterly publication produced by the Australian Plants Society NSW Region Inc. since the late 1950’s to promote knowledge of Australian plants. Articles are contributed by Australian Native Plants Societies’ members or other interested people. Each issue usually has a common theme and covers a wide range of subjects under that theme. Each Region tries to compile an issue at regular intervals. Annual subscriptions may be purchased as an added extra to APST Inc. annual subscriptions or, by direct payment of $24 (as at June 2012) to Australian Plants Society NSW Region, PO Box 3066, Bowenfels NSW, 2790.

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APST -Journal Eucryphia

The quarterly journal Eucryphia has been published by the Australian Plants Society Tasmania Inc. since March 1994 to promote activities related to the dissemination and advancement of knowledge of Australian native plants, with an emphasis on such plants in Tasmania.  It succeeded newsletters that had been produced since the Region was formed in 1969.  Reports of Council meetings and from the Groups and their forward programs help to keep members aware of all the Society’s activities.  Articles of Tasmanian interest are contributed by Society members and others with related interests and occasionally reprinted from other sources where they are of particular relevance.  Articles cover, among other subjects, such topics as the habitat and propagation of, and growing conditions for, Tasmanian flora, and gardens and locations that feature Tasmanian species.

Download a PDF of the March 2013 issue of Eucryphia

APST - Alpine Wildflowers of Tasmania 2nd edition

Alpine Wildflowers of Tasmania is the second of a series of pocket size Tasmanian identikit booklets written by APST members with botanically correct illustrations drawn and hand painted also by APST members. This booklet covers over 50 high country species, the majority of which are endemic to Tasmania. Copies are available from selected bookshops and some Tasmanian National Park visitor’s centres or through APST Hobart Group’s publication officer, tasnatflora@gmail.com

APST - Coastal Plants Identikit Booklet 2nd edition

Coastal Plants of Tasmania is the sixth of a series of pocket size Tasmanian identikit booklets written by APST members, with botanically correct illustrations drawn and hand painted, also by APST members. This booklet covers over 50 coastal area species, some of which are endemic to Tasmania and a few others introduced to Australia. Copies are available from selected bookshops and some Tasmanian National Park visitor’s centres or through APST Hobart Group’s publication officer, tasnatflora@gmail.com

APST - Common Orchids of Tasmania

Common Orchids of Tasmania is the fifth of a series of pocket size Tasmanian identikit booklets written by APST members, with botanically correct illustrations drawn and hand painted, also by APST members. This booklet covers over 70 orchid species, many of which are endemic to Tasmania. It also provides location where they made be found when conditions are right. Copies are available from selected bookshops and some Tasmanian National Park visitor’s centres or through APST Hobart Group’s publication officer, tasnatflora@gmail.com

APST - Rainforest Identikit Booklet 2nd edition

Rainforest Plants of Tasmania is the fourth of a series of pocket size Tasmanian identikit booklets written by APST members, with botanically correct illustrations drawn and hand painted, also by APST members. This booklet covers over 50 Tasmanian temperate rainforest species, nearly half of which are endemic to Tasmania. Copies are available from selected bookshops and some Tasmanian National Park visitor’s centres or through APST Hobart Group’s publication officer, tasnatflora@gmail.com

APST - Tasmania's Natural Flora 2nd Edition

Released in September 2012, the 2nd edition of Tasmania's Natural Flora was produced by the APST Hobart Group who built on the work produced by a group of APST North West members. This excellent book covers over 700 species of Tasmanian flora, mostly flowering plants, but it also includes all the conifers, a few lilies, no grasses, ferns, mosses and their allied groups nor any orchids. Each species is described in layman terms covering: size, shape, leaf and flower forms, flowering time, fruit form, habitat and distribution, and cultivation. It is an ideal reference book for anyone interested in Tasmanian flora. Copies are available from selected bookshops or through APST Hobart Group’s publication officer, tasnatflora@gmail.com