Flowers of the ACT and Region
This book contains photographs illustrating plants which occur in the ACT and nearby.
This represents about half of the flowering plants and conifers in the area, excluding
eucalypts, grasses, and sedges.
Field Guide to the Native Trees of the ACT
This field guide describes 62 trees indigenous to the Australian Capital Territory.
From Snow gums high in the Brindabellas to Apple box in the disappearing woodlands
and Black cypress by the Murrumbidgee River, they are all here. With this book you
can identify trees easily with colour photographs, botanical drawings, location tips,
thumbnail maps for less common trees, and a key for reference.
Photographic Guide to Native Plants of the ACT
This book is an image-rich field guide like no other, featuring one species per page.
Distribution maps, key ID features, life-size scale bars, details on habitat, flowering and
fruiting, all help to make plant identifications easy. Complete with all the additional
information you ever wanted to get to know the native flora of the ACT region.
Our Patch – Field Guide to the Flora of the ACT RegionOur Patch – Field Guide to the Flora of the ACT Region
This field guide represents the Flora of the ACT region as photographed in the Aranda Bushland.
The guide is small and light and easy to carry on Bush walks.