THE UNIQUE FLORA OF TASMANIA
Presented by: Hobart District Group of The Australian Plants Society - Tasmania Inc.
(formerly the Society for Growing Australian Plants)

(Website design by J. and R. Coghlan)

           HOBART GROUP PROGRAMME
           SPECIAL TASMANIAN PLACES
                     Lagoon of Islands
                       Vale of Belvoir

Updated August 20, 2014

What's New?
"Fungi Land" (Updated Aug 2014)
Bushfire Recovery
Giant Gold Cap (Woodland fungi)
Fly agaric (Woodland fungi)
Skink Link & Macquarie Is. Updated
Australian Honey Fungus
(Woodland fungi)
Epacris paludosa
          (Plants for Special Places 1)
Pimelea sp nova (Coastal 2)
Pentachondra ericifolia (Montane 3)

Yam daisy (native dandelion)
Running marshflower
Clematis gentianoides
Bauera ruboides (pink/white)
Carpobrotus rossii (white form)
Blue Stars (Chamaescilla corymbosa)
Hibbertia serpyllifolia (Springflowers 6)
Hibbertia sericea (Springflowers 6)
Acacia siculiformis(Springflowers 4)
Tasmanian Mudleaf
Coronidium scorpioides (Groundcovers 2)
Brachyscome diversifolia
 (Summer flowers 2)

Black Wattle - Boots, Bettongs and Flynn
(Part 1 and 2
Arthropodium minus (Summer flowers)
Banksias of Tasmania

Insect Induced Plant Galls - part 1 & 2
 
Myrtle Rust


NEW MEETING VENUE

 Information on Membership & Activities

Links to other APST Groups

LIBRARY

Native Nurseries - southern Tasmania

(updated May, 2010)

Publications
(updated November, 2011)

Announcing
New grow Local book
for southern Tasmania


Introducing

Deal Is. Reflections  

on
Deal Island
 

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  Atlas of Living Australia (CSIRO)
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Tasmanian Bushland Garden logo
Now Open!

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Eucryphia "Pink Cloud"
Photo: Kris Schaffer
Eucryphia "Pink Cloud"

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Introducing the 2nd. Edition



Flora of Tasmania Online database





A Field Guide to Australian Fungi




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Germination database




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or
http://www.rtbg.tas.gov.au/index.aspx?sys=News%20Article&intID=2192


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