A new botany guidebook from a botanist with the University of Wollongong offers advice on growing the best botany plants for the region’s harsh climate.
The book was launched last year and is part of a growing body of botanists’ botany books for Australia.
The Botany Book of Australia is a companion to the Botany book of the same name, a book for the Botanist Association of Australia.
Topics covered include the botanical life of the world’s plants, how plants function and function well, and how they might be used for medicinal purposes.
The botany and agricultural sciences are also covered, with a section on botany.
The first edition was published in the United States and is currently being re-published in the US.
It is the latest in a series of Botany books aimed at young people and a range of other science students.
Professor Chris Wills said he was thrilled with the book’s release.
“I’ve always been fascinated with botany in general, and particularly botany that’s the subject of my undergraduate degree in botany,” he said.
“My wife and I started the Botanical Education Association of Queensland about five years ago, and this book is something we wanted to celebrate with as many of our students as we possibly could.”
I’m a big fan of what he has done, so I thought, ‘why not write some botany articles?’
“The Botany Handbook of the Botanic Gardens at Botany Creek has been used by the Botania Botanical Club for many years, so the Botans were delighted when they saw that the Botanea Botanic Garden would be the first publication of the new Botany Guide.”
The Botanic College of Queensland has also released the Botiana Botanical Garden guide, which is a follow-up to the first edition.
The new edition covers botany from the botany world’s history up to modern times, with sections on botanism, botany research and research methods.
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