1. STYLIDIUM

David W. Kramer kramer.8 at OSU.EDU
Mon Feb 8 13:58:32 EST 1999


>Hello everybody,
>Where can I find pictures and growing instructions for Stylidiums?
>Please send replies under my email: kowal at starogard.com
>Thank you in advance
>looking forward to hearing from you
>kowal

For information about the family and beautiful photos go to
http://www.evolve.net.au/natives/stylidiaceae.html

Several species are threatened or endangered in Australia.  See
http://155.187.10.12/endangered/

This is one of several native plants that Aussies are trying to bring into
cultivation.  See
http://www.elders.com.au/Elders/merch/hortic/hrdc/ny/ny210.html

Cultivation techniques for reclaiming mining areas with Sylidium are at
http://www.tecnica.com.au/casestudy.html

Information on taxonomy and morphology is at
http://www.keil.ukans.edu/delta/angio/www/stylidia.htm

Instructions for a "low water" garden containing Sylidium (in Canberra!) is at
http://jcsmr.anu.edu.au/~gfq213/sgap/water.htm
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Ohio State University at Mansfield
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