Vascular Plants

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Taplin, R.L. & Symon, D.E. (29 September 2008), Remnant horticultural plants at the site of the former Newman's Nursery, 1854-1932. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 22 (Paper) Taplin, R.L. & Symon, D.E. Author
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  1. Acacia baileyana F.Muell.
  2. Acacia podalyriifolia A.Cunn. ex G.Don
  3. Acca sellowiana (O.Berg) Burret
  4. Aesculus hippocastanum L.
  5. African Corn-flower
  6. African Linden
  7. African Snow-drop
  8. Agapanthus
  9. Agapanthus praecox subsp. orientalis (F.M.Leight.) F.M.Leight.
  10. Agathis robusta (C.Moore ex F.Muell.) F.M.Bailey
  11. Agave americana L.
  12. Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle
  13. Allium ampeloprasum L.
  14. Almond
  15. Aloe arborescens Mill.
  16. Aloe maculata All.
  17. Amaryllis belladonna L.
  18. Apple
  19. Araucaria heterophylla (Salisb.) Franco
  20. Arbutus unedo L.
  21. Arum italicum Mill.
  22. Asparagus
  23. Asparagus officinalis L.
  24. Azarola Thorn
  25. Backhousia myrtifolia Hook. & Harv.
  26. Banksia Rose
  27. Belladonna Lily
  28. Black Locust
  29. Blowfly Bush
  30. Blue Atlas Cedar
  31. Blue Periwinkle
  32. Brachychiton discolor F.Muell.
  33. Brachychiton populneus (Schott & Endl.) R.Br. subsp. populneus
  34. Brachychiton populneus (Schott & Endl.) R.Br. x Brachychiton acerifolius (A.Cunn. ex G.Don) F.Muell.
  35. Broad-leaf Aloe
  36. Buddleja
  37. Buddleja dysophylla (Benth.) Radlk.
  38. Cabbage-tree
  39. Calfornian Bay Laurel
  40. California Lilac
  41. Camellia
  42. Camellia japonica L.
  43. Ceanothus thyrsiflorus Eschsch.
  44. Cedrus atlantica (Endl.) G.Manetti ex Carrière
  45. Century Plant
  46. Chamaerops humilis L.
  47. Chasmanthe floribunda (Salisb.) N.E.Br.
  48. Cherry-plum
  49. Chinese Fan Palm
  50. Citharexylum spinosum L.
  51. Citrus limon (L.) Burm.f.
  52. Citrus x sinensis (L.) Osbeck
  53. Common Elm
  54. Common Horse-chestnut
  55. Common Myrtle
  56. Common Violet
  57. Cootamundra Wattle
  58. Coral Bean Tree
  59. Corymbia ficifolia (F.Muell.) K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson
  60. Crataegus azarolus L.
  61. Crataegus monogyna Jacq.
  62. Crepe Myrtle
  63. Cussonia Thunb.
  64. Cussonia spicata Thunb.
  65. Cydonia oblonga Mill.
  66. Daffodil
  67. Diospyros kaki Thunb.
  68. Diospyros whyteana (Hiern) F.White
  69. Dutch Elm
  70. Edible Fig
  71. English Oak
  72. Erica arborea L.
  73. Erythrina variegata L.
  74. European Fan Palm
  75. European Plum
  76. Ficus carica L.
  77. Fiddlewood
  78. Flowering Pomegranate
  79. Garrya elliptica Douglas ex Lindl.
  80. Gold Flower
  81. Grape Vine
  82. Hawthorn
  83. Hedera helix L. subsp. helix
  84. Holly
  85. Hymenosporum flavum (Hook.) F.Muell.
  86. Hypericum calycinum L.
  87. Hypericum monogynum L.
  88. Ilex aquifolium L.
  89. Italian Arum
  90. Ivy
  91. Japanese Persimmon
  92. Kauri Pine
  93. Kurrajong
  94. Lagerstroemia indica L.
  95. Large-flower St John's Wart
  96. Laurustinus
  97. Lemon
  98. Leucojum aestivum L.
  99. Lombardy Poplar
  100. Magnolia grandiflora L.
  101. Magnolia x soulangeana Soul.-Bod.
  102. Malus pumila Mill.
  103. Mount Morgan Wattle
  104. Myrtle-leaf Milkwort
  105. Myrtus communis L.
  106. Narcissus pseudonarcissus L.
  107. Native Frangipani
  108. Nerium oleander L.
  109. Noltea
  110. Noltea africana (L.) Endl.
  111. Norfolk Island Pine
  112. Oleander
  113. Orange
  114. Pandorea pandorana (Andrews) Steenis
  115. Philadelphus coronarius L.
  116. Pineapple Guava
  117. Pink Flame Tree
  118. Pinus pinea L.
  119. Polygala myrtifolia L.
  120. Populus nigra L.
  121. Prunus cerasifera Ehrh.
  122. Prunus domestica L. subsp. domestica
  123. Prunus dulcis (Mill.) D.A.Webb
  124. Prunus mahaleb L.
  125. Punica granatum L.
  126. Quercus robur L.
  127. Quince
  128. Red-flowering Gum
  129. Rhamnus alaternus L.
  130. Robinia pseudoacacia L.
  131. Rosa banksiae W.T.Aiton
  132. Saucer Magnolia
  133. Scrub Cherry
  134. Scrub Myrtle
  135. Silk Tassel
  136. Snowflake
  137. Sour Cherry
  138. Southern Magnolia
  139. Sparrmannia africana L.f.
  140. Stenocarpus sinuatus Endl.
  141. Stone Pine
  142. Strawberry Tree
  143. Sweet Mockorange
  144. Syzygium australe (J.C.Wendl. ex Link) B.Hyland
  145. Trachycarpus fortunei (Hook.) H.Wendl.
  146. Tree Aloe
  147. Tree Heath
  148. Tree of Heaven
  149. Ulmus procera Salisb.
  150. Ulmus x hollandica Mill.
  151. Umbellularia californica (Hook. & Arn.) Nutt.
  152. Viburnum tinus L.
  153. Vinca major L.
  154. Viola odorata L.
  155. Vitis vinifera L.
  156. Wheel of Fire
  157. White Climbing Sage
  158. Wigandia
  159. Wigandia urens var. caracasana (Kunth) D.N.Gibson
  160. Wild Leek
  161. Wonga Vine

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