- Author:Nick Romanowski
- Publisher:University of New South Wales Press (July 1, 2000)
- Pages:128 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
- FB2 format1436 kb
- ePUB format1531 kb
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With text and 170 superb color photos, this book describes and identifies plants suitable for Australian water gardens, whether the water is located in a. .Water Garden Plants & Animals: The Complete Guide for All Australia. 0868404187 (ISBN13: 9780868404189).
Water Garden Plants & Animals: The Complete Guide for All Australia.
Wetland planting can bring back biodiversity, reduce the impact of drought and flood, improve water quality and conserve beauty in a mismanaged landscape.
Nick is author of ‘Aquatic and wetland plants - a field guide for non-tropical Australia’, 'Planting wetlands and dams - a practical guide to wetland design, construction and propagation', and 'Water garden plants and animals: the complete guide for all Australia'. He is also author of several other books and his articles on aquatic plants and animals have been widely published in journals. I highly recommend this book and all of Nick’s books. All of his books are full of knowledge not found in many other sources. This is truly a great read and a resource for your gardening.
Planting Wetlands and Dams : A Practical Guide to Wetland Design, Construction and Propagation. By (author) Nick Romanowski.
Plants and Animals Plants that are associated with wetlands oxygenate and purify the water. National Water Commission, Canberra. Romanowski, N. (1998). Aquatic and Wetland Plants: A Field Guide for Non-Tropical Australia. They also provide food, shelter and nesting areas for various species of fauna. Species that live in or near the wetland have adapted over thousands of years to breed in and survive extreme and contrasting seasons. Some wetlands can be inundated for months at a time and then dry for many years - these are called temporal or ephemeral wetlands.
a b Nick Romanowski Water Garden Plants & Animals: The Complete Guide for All Australia, p. 80, at Google Books. Retrieved 19 December 2014. Aldén, . S. Ryman & M. Hjertson. Våra kulturväxters namn - ursprung och användning.
Planting Wetlands and Dams - Nick Romanowski. This book is a summary of the plant-related aspects of my lifelong interest in wetlands, which began with an early interest in aquatic animals and their habitats, and led to working with plants as a major part of habitats over the past 30 or so years. Along the way, I set up the first nursery to specialise in Australian water and wetland plants, Dragonfly Aquatics.
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a b Nick Romanowski &pg PA79 Water Garden Plants & Animals: The Complete Guide for All Australia, p. 79, at Google Books. a b c d e f g John Darby (1841) &pg PA241 A manual of botany, p. 241, at Google Books. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Singleton, Bonnie.