Native Grasses for Revegetation in the Townsville Region
Dr. Nanette Hooker
You can download a free PDF copy of this book with detailed information and illustrations for 12 native grass species suitable for revegetation projects. The author is Nanette Hooker, a renowned local botanist at James Cook University.
Get to know some of the fascinating and occasionally dangerous snakes of our region. Copies of this colourful poster are available for a gold coin donation at our nursery. See this page for our location and opening hours.
CDTLI Calendar 2024
This year, we have created our calendar! Available for purchase for $15 a copy from our nursery. See this page for our location and opening hours.
From Seeds to Success
– A bush regeneration manual for Townsville, Thuringowa and The Burdekin
Tropical Urban Production and Landcare Group
This is a detailed practical manual covering all aspects of bush regeneration in the coastal dry topics region of North Queensland. If you are wondering how to tackle a revegetation project, small or large, this book will help you get off to a good start. Copies are available for $15 at our nursery.
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Dr. Nanette Hooker
The genera covered in this publication are those found in the lowland areas around Townsville as far north as Bluewater, south to Alligator Creek and west to the base of Hervey’s Range. This book provides a means of identifying the native and naturalised grasses of the Townsville region.
The aim of this book is to help students, researchers, conservationists and anyone else who is interested in the Poaceae family. This book provides a description and photographs of the genera and species.
Rare and Threatened Plants of the Townsville Thuringowa Region
Dr. Greg Calvert
This book contains the most detailed information ever assembled on the rare and threatened plants of the Townsville – Thuringowa region of north Queensland. It features forty plant species, varying from tiny rainforest filmy ferns to orchids, vines, shrubs and eucalyptus. Many of these species are unique to the region and are an important part of our local natural heritage.
Copies are available for $15 at our nursery. See this page for our location and opening hours.