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Flannel Flower publications

Emery N (2016) On the seed biology of the Sydney flannel flower (Actinotus helianthi Labill.). Australian Plants 28(227): 6-10

Emery NJ, Henwood MJ, Offord CA and Wardle GM (2016) Right here, right now: current populations differ in their early performance traits and species interactions. Austral Ecology 42: 367–378. 

Emery NJ, Henwood MJ, Offord CA and Wardle GM N. (2015) Actinotus helianthi Populations across a wide geographic range exhibit different climatic envelopes and complex relationships with plant traits. International Journal of Plant Science 176: 739-750.

Emery N, Offord C, Wardle G, Henwood M and Overall R (2011) Variation in seed dormancy among populations of the fire-ephemeral flannel flower, Actinotus helianthi. Orbit 2: 22-28.

Offord CA and Bullock S (2009) Fungal diseases affecting ornamental Flannel flower (Actinotus helianthi) cultivars.  Acta Horticulturae 813:543-546

Offord CA and von Richter LV (2009) Field establishment of seed, cuttings and tissue culture propagated flannel flowers (Actinotus helianthi, Apiaceae).  Acta Horticulturae 813:539-542

von Richter LV and Offord CA (2006) Effect of slow release fertiliser on the growth of containerised Flannel flower (Actinotus helianthi Labill., Apiaceae). Journal of Applied Horticulture 8(1): 21-24.

Worrall R, Offord C and von Richter L (2004) Flannel flower.  InThe New Crop Industries Handbook’ (Eds S. Salvin, M. Bourke, T. Byrne).  (Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation: Canberra), pp. 434-441.

von Richter L and Offord C (2001) Flannel flowers, cultivation for cut-flower production is possible.  Australian Plants 21: 91-99/107.
 
Bullock S, Summerell BA and von Richter L (1998).  First record of vascular wilt of flannel flower caused by Fusarium oxysporum.  Australasian Plant Pathology 27: 49-50.

von Richter L and Offord C (1998b) Propagation of flannel flowersCombined Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators Society 47: 71-73.

von Richter L and Offord C (1997a) Flannel flower (Actinotus helianthi) as a cut flower crop. RBG 1A.  Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation: Canberra. 66 pp.
 
von Richter L and Offord C (1997b) Flannel flowers go national.  Flowerlink 15 (169): 24-27.
 
von Richter L and Offord C (1997c) Flannel flowers put to the test. Australian Horticulture 95(8): 35-37.
 
Offord CA and Tyler JL (1996) Flannel Flowers. InHorticulture of Australian Plants’, (Eds M. Burchett and K. Johnston). pp. 212-217.  (UNSW Press: Sydney).

Offord CA and Tyler JL (1993).  Flannel Flowers have a promising future.  Australian Horticulture 91(12): 50-52.

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