Conference 2003

NZ Plants & their Story CoverConference 1999
New Zealand Plants and their Story

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Mark Dean The Native Plant Revolution PDF
Rob Lucas 1999 Banks Memorial Lecture: The New Zealand Garden PDF
Paul Blaschke New Zealand Forest Remnants and Their Story: A Background to Their Management and Restoration PDF
Ken Wright Pest Animals in Urban Forest Remnants PDF
Kevin Worsley Pest Plants and their Control PDF
Charlie Palmer Lowland Native Ecosystems — Key Elements in the Biodiversity Jigsaw PDF
Boyden Evans Wellington Town Belt: From Management Plan to Action Plan PDF
Graham Harris Maori Land Restoration: The Matakitaki-a-Kupe Project PDF
Robin Gay The Revegetation of Mana Island PDF
Tim O'Leary Revegetation and Forest Management PDF
Warwick Harris The Domestication of New Zealand Plants PDF
Mike Oates The Role of Native Plant Collections — a Blueprint for the Future PDF
Julia Williams Design by Choice or by Compromise PDF
David Muir The Body Language of New Zealand Trees PDF
Warwick Harris Horticultural and Conservation Significance of the Genetic Variation of Cabbage Trees (Cordyline spp.) PDF
John Clemens, Lekha Sreekantan, Robert Henriod and Paula Jameson Floral Development in Pohutukawa PDF
Jack Hobbs Elite Native Plants for Contemporary Gardens PDF
Anita Benbrook From Collection to Cultivation PDF
Arnold Dench Native Plants for the Garden: Growing NZ Alpines PDF

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Reproduced from: New Zealand Plants and their Story
Proceedings of a conference held in Wellington, 1-3 October 1999
ISBN 0-9597756-3-3


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