Out of print.
The Australian Native Plants wall calendar is a stunning display of native plants and blossoms, and a useful way to remember birthdays, plans and appointments. This calendar is beautifully dual purpose.
The calendar’s front cover: flowers of yellow kangaroo paw (genus Anigozanthos, family Haemodoraceae)
January page: bottlebrush flowers (genus Callistemon, family Myrtaceae)
February page: corymbia nuts/fruits (genus Corymbia, family Myrtaceae, formerly classified as Eucalyptus)
March page: Grevillea bronwenae flowers (genus Grevillea, family Proteaceae)
April page: Banksia blechnifolia flowers (genus Banksia, family Proteaceae)
May page: wattle flowers (genus Acacia, subfamily Mimosoideae, family Fabaceae)
June page: Sturt’s Desert Pea (Swainsona formosa, genus Swainsona, subfamily Faboideae, family Fabaceae). Sturt’s Desert Pea is the floral emblem of South Australia
July page: leptospermum flowers (genus Leptospermum, family Myrtaceae)
August page: corymbia flowers (genus Corymbia, family Myrtaceae, formerly classified as Eucalyptus)
September page: waratah flower (Telopea speciosissima, genus Telopea, family Proteaceae). Telopea speciosissima is the floral emblem of New South Wales
October page: pink leptospermum flowers (Leptospermum scoparium, genus Leptospermum, family Myrtaceae)
November page: Illawarra flame tree blossoms (Brachychiton acerifolius, genus Brachychiton, family Sterculiaceae)
December page: Banksia integrifolia flowers (genus Banksia, family Proteaceae)
The Australian native plants calendar back cover