National Plant Collections Register
Magnolia & Prunus *Sato Zakura
Dicksonia Rare Plants
Acanthus, Cornus, Sambucus
Quercus & Salix
Pelargonium & Salvia
Telopea & Boronia
Alister Clark & Heritage Australian cultivar Rosa
Eucalyptus & Banksia
Viburnum, Pommaderris, Camellia & Araucariaceae
David Austin Cultivar Roses
Registering a plant collection on the Garden Plant Conservation Association of Australia (GPCAA) ensures a transparent pathway to its significant plants for our horticultural, botanic, scientific & medicinal communities. Registrations of plant collections can include the same or similar plant groupings to others already registered.
As a registered collection holder, you will be eligible to receive a:
You will also be:
As a registered collection holder, you will become part of a global network of plant conservation organisations helping to maintain our garden plant diversity.
Please download and post to us or email your completed
Annual GPCAA membership subscription (includes fees for registration)
Application for Registration (provides an overview of your collection)
Contact us for more details.
National Plant CollectionTM Plaque. See Merchandise for details
With nearly 400 species in her collection, Meg’s knowledge of Salvia is extensive. Her latest publication, “A Manual for Salvia Growers” covers Salvia botany, characteristics of leaves (including fragrances), maintenance, and hardy types, those suitable for shaded gardens, baskets, containers, hedges and as an accent in the garden.
Covering propagation by division and seed, pruning, pests, and including comprehensive cultivation notes, the booklet is an excellent reference for all Salvia enthusiasts.
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A unique and valuable historical resource for gardening enthusiasts, providing the Australian horticultural and landscaping industry, landscape architects and historically prudent gardeners with an insight into the plants available during this period.