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Purpose of the plant

Postby fungfree » Tue Dec 16, 2008 9:05 am

hi frineds

today is my first day and first post. i am uni student in australia. i have to finish on assignment as soon as possible. can any one give me the sites from where i can get the information about the native plants i.e purpose of the plant, climatic conditions, irrigation system, potting mix, propogation method etc.

i need it urgently and if you are posting me or trying to help me then in advance Thank you very much.

thnx again
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Re: Purpose of the plant

Postby MichaelXY » Tue Dec 16, 2008 7:56 pm

fungfree wrote:hi frineds

today is my first day and first post. i am uni student in australia. i have to finish on assignment as soon as possible. can any one give me the sites from where i can get the information about the native plants i.e purpose of the plant, climatic conditions, irrigation system, potting mix, propogation method etc.

i need it urgently and if you are posting me or trying to help me then in advance Thank you very much.

thnx again


Native to what? There are something like 300,000 species of angiosperms, 16,000 species of Bryophytes, 11,000 Ferns, and about 900 specie of Gymnosperm, so you will have to be much more specific.
At any rate, you might find some info here.
http://tolweb.org/Angiosperms/20646
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Re: Purpose of the plant

Postby fungfree » Wed Dec 17, 2008 7:03 am

for example rhagodia parabolica that is the scrubs. one more is acacia deacbata is tree.

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Re: Purpose of the plant

Postby MichaelXY » Wed Dec 17, 2008 8:27 am

fungfree wrote:for example rhagodia parabolica that is the scrubs. one more is acacia deacbata is tree.

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The two plants you list are ausi plants.Your second example should be Acacia dealbata, a legume type family. I never been to Australia, but hope to some day.

You might look here.
http://www.australiaplants.com/au_plants_a-b-c.htm
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Postby emmalyy » Wed Dec 17, 2008 5:43 pm

GOOGLE! :)
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