Explains how plants are displayed at the Australian National Botanic Gardens according to themes and provides clear and simple geographical, historical and botanical information. Through exquisite colour photos taken at the ANBG, the author celebrates the minute and intriguing details of Australia's complex, beautiful and diverse flora. Describes the unique features of Australian flora, including their reliance on fire and ability to survive in poor soil, and looks in detail at the two dominant genera in the Australian landscape - Eucalyptus and Acacia. 98 pages, paperback. Fanny Karouta-Manasse.