No group of plants is so characteristically Australian as the Eucalypts, yet individual species are by no means easy to identify. This practical book, now revised and updated, identifies more than 140 species commonly grown in or seen around cities, regardless of their state of origin. For each major species the plant is described, the range given, diagnostic features are summarised, related species are discussed, and their horticultural requirements outlined.
Published by the The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
||Ivan Holliday & Geoffrey Waton