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Native gardens : how to create an Australian landscape / Bill Molyneux & Ross Macdonald
Bib ID 2275042
Format BookBook
Author
Molyneux, Bill
 
Description Melbourne : Nelson, 1987, c1983 
168 p., [32] p. of col. plates : ill., plans ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0170069079 (paperback)
Notes

First published: Melbourne : Nelson, 1983.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 162.

Subjects Landscape gardening -- Australia.  |  Wild flower gardening -- Australia.  |  Wild flowers -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Macdonald, Ross

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