Nan & Hugh Nicholson (botanist & photographer)
The six volumes of Australian Rainforest Plants by Nan and Hugh Nicholson provide an attractive and easily understood reference for experts and beginners alike.
Each book contains over 100 species of rainforest trees, shrubs, vines, ground covers and epiphytes. Each species’ appearance, distribution and behaviour in the wild are described, as well as its use in the garden.
Further information is provided on edibility for humans and other organisms, Aboriginal usage, and suitability for timber or rainforest regeneration.
A superb colour photo illustrates the identifying features of each plant.
Additional subjects covered in the series include: Gardening with Rainforest Plants (Book I), Growing a Rainforest, and Weeds (Book II), Rainforest Types (Book III), Disturbing Rainforests (Book IV), Rainforest Seeds and their Propagation (Book V), and the Right Rainforest (Book VI).
The books continue to be revised and reprinted and the first book has been continually in print since 1985. Many readers say these books have been their “bible” for information about Australian rainforests.
Who are these books for?
These books provide an attractive and easily understood reference guide for gardeners, students, farmers, botanists, rainforest regenerators and other plant enthusiasts.
72 pages, dimensions 235 mm X 165 mm.
Is there an Index for all six volumes?
Click here to download the index of scientific and common names for all 6 volumes.
AUD $20 each or $110 for complete set I-VI (postage free within Australia)