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Indigenous Plants of the Sandbelt A Gardening Guide for South-eastern Melbourne

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By: Rob Scott, Neil Blake, Jeannie Campbell, Doug Evans and Nicholas Williams
152 pages, Col photos, illus
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This is a practical guide to using the local native plants of the area of Melbourne colloquially known as the 'Sandbelt'. Indigenous plants are those that occurred in an area prior to European settlement. This guide is also a useful starting point for revegetation and landscape projects. Local naturalists have accumulated a considerable wealth of knowledge and understanding about the flora and fauna of south-eastern Melbourne and welcomed the opportunity to create a useful reference.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Rob Scott, Neil Blake, Jeannie Campbell, Doug Evans and Nicholas Williams
152 pages, Col photos, illus
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