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ABBREVIATIONS
cv. is short for cultivar
f. is short for forma
prev. is short for previous
sp. is short for species
spp. is short for many species of the one genera
ssp. is short for subspecies
subsp. is short for subspecies
syn. is short for synonum
var. is short for variety


N

Nagami Cumquat – 21(58)

Nagarida – see Crateva

Namatanthus – 29(24)

Nandina – 4(89)

Nandina domestica – 5(59); 34(16)

Naranjilla – see Solanum quitoense

Nardoo, Rainbow – see Marsilea mutica

Nardoo, Smooth – see Marsilea mutica

Narrow Leaf Carpet Grass – see Axonopus fissifolius

Narrow Leaf Gardenia – see Atractocarpus chartaceus

Narrow-leaved Backhousia – see Backhousia angustifolia

Narrow-leaved Ironbark – see Eucalyptus crebra

Narrow-leaved Orange-thorn – see Pittosporum lancifolium

Nasturtium – see Tropaeolum majus

Nasturtium indicum – see Tropaeolum majus

Nasturtium officinale – 6(79); 27(58); 32(54)

Natal Albuca – see Ornithogalum nelsonii

Natal Grass – see Melinis repens

Natal Lily – see Clivia miniata

Natal Plum – see Carissa grandiflora; Carissa macrocarpa

Native Arrowroot – see Tacca leontopetaloides

Native Bat Plant – see Tacca leontopetaloides

Native bees – 4(75); 5(68-69, 70-73); 6(72-75)

Native Blue Lobelia – see Lobelia membranacea

Native Bluebell – see Wahlenbergia

Native Buttercup – see Ranunculus inundates; Ranunculus lappaceus

Native Butterfly Bush – see Pavetta australiensis

Native Caper – see Capparis

Native Carissa – see Carissa ovata

Native Celtis – see Celtis paniculata

Native Cockspur Flower – see Plectranthus

Native Crepe Ginger – see Cheilocostus speciosus

Native Crepe Myrtle – see Lagerstroemia archeriana

Native Currant – see Antidesma erostre

Native Cymbidium – see Cymbidium canaliculatum, Cymbidium madidim, Cymbidium suave

Native Daffodil – see Calostemma luteum

Native Daisy – see Brachyscome multifida; Vittadinia

Native Daphne – see Phaleria clerodendron; Pittosporum undulatum

Native Daphne, Golden – see Phaleria clerodendron ‘Golden’

Native Dutchman’s Pipe – see Aristolochia thozetii, Aristolochia tagala, Pararistolochia praevenosa

Native Elm – see Aphananthe philippinensis

Native Figs – see 15(60-61); Ficus coronata, Ficus opposita, Ficus hispida

Native Finger Lime – see Citrus australasica

Native Fish Bone Fern – see Nephrolepis cordifolia

Native Flax – see Dianella

Native Frangipani – see Hymenosporum flavum; Cerbera manghas

Native Fuchsia – see Eremophila maculata; Graptophyllum excelsum

Native Gardenia – see Atroctocarpus fitzalanii; Atractocarpus benthamianus; Larsenaikia ochreata

Native Glory Vine – see Faradaya splendida

Native Guava – see Eupomatia laurina

Native Hankerchief Tree – see Maniltoa lenticellata

Native Hibiscus – see Xerochrysum; Alyogyne; Hibiscus heterophyllus

Native Holly – see Graptophyllum ilicifolium

Native Hoya – see Hoya australis

Native Iris – see Patersonia

Native Ixora – see Ixora klanderiana

Native Jasmine – see Jasminum simplicifolium

Native Jute – see Corchorus cunninghamii

Native Kapok Tree – see Cochlospermum gillivraei

Native King Fern – see Angiopterus evecta

Native Lasiandra – see Melastoma affine

Native Leek – see Bulbine vagans

Native Lemon Grass – see Cymbopogon ambiguous; Cymbogogon bombycinus

Native Lime, Finger – see Citrus australasica

Native Lime, Round – see Citrus australis

Native Lobelia – see Lobelia membranacea

Native Maidenhair – see Adiantum atroviride

Native Mint – see Mentha diemenica

Native Mulberry – see Pipturus argenteus

Native Murraya – see Murraya paniculata var. ovatifoliolata

Native Musk Mallow – see Abelmoschus moschatus

Native Olive – see Olea paniculata; Notelaea

Native Parsnip – see Trachymene incisa

Native Passionfruit – see Disemma aurantiacum

Native Pea – see Pultenea; Chamaecrista maritima

Native Pear – see Marsdenia australis

Native Pennyroyal – see Mentha satureioides

Native Pepper – see Tasmannia insipida

Native Pepper Vine – see Piper hederaceum

Native Pine Vine – see Pararistochlia praevenosa

Native plant, def’n – 34(52-53)

Native Plumbago – see Plumbago zeylanica

Native Pomegranate – see Capparis arborea

Native Raspberries – see Rubus moluccanus, Rubus parvifolius, Rubus rosifolius, Rubus probus

Native Ribbon Fan Palm – see Livistona decipiens; Livistona drudei

Native Rosemary – see Westringia fruticosa

Native Round Lime – see Citrus australis

Native Sage – see Plectranthus argentatus

Native Sarsaparilla – see Hardenbergia violacea

Native Sarsparilla – see Hardenbergia violacea

Native Sedge – see Hypolytrum nervosum

Native sedges – 7(69)

Native Sensitive Plant – see Neptunia gracilis

Native Silver Fan Palm – see Livistonia muelleri

Native Spinach – see Alternanthera denticulata

Native Tamarind – see Diploglottis, Diploglottis cunninghamii

Native Tumeric – see Curcuma australasica

Native Violet – see Viola hederacea; Viola banksii

Native Vireya – see Rhododendron lochiae; Rhododendron viriosum

Native Wandering Jew – see Commelina diffusa

Native Waterfall Grass – see Pogonatherum crinitum

Native White Bauhinia – see Lysiphyllum hookeri

Native Wisteria – see Callerya megasperma

Nauclea diderrichii – 15(78)

Nauclea orientalis – 15(78); 29(14); 34(46); 37(46)

Nautilocalyx lynchei – 35(42, 47)

Nautilus Plant – see Nautilocalyx lynchei

Navia splendens – 27(76)

Necklace Pod – see Sophora tomentosa

Nectarine – see Prunus persica

Needle Flower – see Posoqueria longiflora

Needle Primrose – see Ludwigia arcuata

Needle Wattle – see Acacia rigens

Neem – 8(29)

Nelson’s Slime Lily – see Ornithogalum nelsonii

Nelumbo nucifera – 2(26-33); 3(75-77); 7(24); 8(63); 9(26, 29); 13(17); 14(26, 73); 17(70); 21(70); 22(18); 24(30, 72); 26(46, 74); 35(48); 36(38-39)

Nelumbo nucifera ‘Carolina Queen’ – 36(39)

Nelumbo nucifera ‘Cochran’s Flaming Red Star’ – 36(39)

Nelumbo nucifera ‘Cochran’s Perfect Pink’ – 36(39)

Nelumbo nucifera ‘Moma Botan’ – 15(68)

Nelumbo nucifera ‘Mrs Perry Slocum’ – 36(39)

Nelumbo nucifera ‘Thai Pink’ – 36(39)

Nelumbo pentapetala – 2(27)

Nematanthus glabra – 22(12)

Nematanthus gregarius – 29(23)

Nematodes – 14(49)

Nemesia strumosa – 15(70); 18(68); 19(71); 20(68); 22(70); 23(72); 26(72); 27(72); 28(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 35(72)

Neobenthamia gracilis – 19(81)

Neochima temporalis – should be Neochmia temporalis

Neochmia modesta – 17(44, 45, 46)

Neochmia temporalis – 17(44, 45, 46)

Neodypsis lastelliana – see Dypsis lastelliana

Neogardneria – 4(44)

Neolamarckia cadamba – 8(78); 15(78)

Neolitsea – 32(22)

Neolitsea australiensis – 32(25)

Neolitsea brassii – 32(25)

Neolitsea dealbata – 32(25)

Neomammillaria elongata – see Mammillaria elongata

Neomarica – 16(70); 17(69)

Neomarica caerulea – 25(44)

Neomarica gracilis – 5(43); 13(30); 15(34, 36); 16(7); 20(28); 24(27); 33(33); 36(26); 37(18)

Neomarica northiana – 16(7)

Neonauclea glabra – 15(78)

Neophytum x ‘Galactic Warrior’ – 1(16); 10(32, 94)

Neophytum x ‘Ralph Davis’ – 10(32)

Neoregelia – 1(25, 40); 5(15, 61); 14(12); 17(69); 21(66); 30(46); 35(36); 37(18)

Neoregelia ‘Annick’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Blast’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Blushing Tiger’ – 9(69)

Neoregelia ‘Cherub’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Chilli’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Downs Autumn’ – 8(72)

Neoregelia ‘Enchantment’ – 1(40); 8(73)

Neoregelia ‘Garnish’ – 8(73)

Neoregelia ‘Gee Whizz’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Gun Powder’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Hannibal Lector’ – 35(36)

Neoregelia ‘Lillipet’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Macho’ – 28(15)

Neoregelia ‘Mauve Star’ – 8(73)

Neoregelia ‘Meyendorffii’ – 10(32)

Neoregelia ‘Noble Descent’ – 18(73)

Neoregelia ‘Painted Delight’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Peggy Bailey’ – 8(73)

Neoregelia ‘Perfection’ – 8(73); 12(64)

Neoregelia ‘Picasso’ – 8(73)

Neoregelia ‘Purple Glaze’ – 8(73)

Neoregelia ‘Salute’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Sheba’ – 1(40); 8(73); 14(13); 17(33)

Neoregelia ‘Shining Example’ – 8(73); 10(68)

Neoregelia ‘Short & Sweet’ – 1(40); 6(11)

Neoregelia ‘Verde’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ‘Zoe’ – 1(40)

Neoregelia ampullacea x tigrina – 33(14)

Neoregelia compacta – 18(73)

Neoregelia compacta ‘Bossa Nova’ – 14(13); 30(46, 51)

Neoregelia concentrica – 1(40)

Neoregelia cruenta – 1(26, 40)

Neoregelia johannis – 1(26, 40)

Neoregelia lilliputiana – 9(69)

Neoregelia marmorata – 1(26)

Neoregelia olens – 1(40)

Nepalese Blue – see Himalayacalamus porcatus

Nepenthes – 6(58); 9(8-15); 22(38); 25(20

Nepenthes ‘Black Dragon’ – 9(15)

Nepenthes ‘Predator’ – 9(14)

Nepenthes ‘Sabre’ – 9(14)

Nepenthes albomarginata – 9(12)

Nepenthes ampullaria – 9(12)

Nepenthes bellii x (Nepenthes ventricosa x Nepenthes aristolochioides) – 9(15)

Nepenthes burbidgea x Nepenthes edwardsiana – 9(8)

Nepenthes carunculata var. robusta x Nepenthes x trusmadiensis – 9(10)

Nepenthes eymae x Nepenthes veitchii – 9(11)

Nepenthes gracilis – 6(58)

Nepenthes iowii – 9(10, 13)

Nepenthes khasiana – 6(58)

Nepenthes maxima x Nepenthes spectabilis – 9(12)

Nepenthes maxima x Nepenthes truncata – 9(15)

Nepenthes merrilliana – 9(12)

Nepenthes mirabilis – 6(58); 9(9)

Nepenthes rajah – 6(58)

Nepenthes rowanae – 9(15)

Nepenthes spectabilis – 9(9)

Nepenthes spectabilis x Nepenthes aristolochioides – 9(12)

Nepenthes talangensis x Nepenthes mira – 9(12)

Nepenthes truncata – 9(10, 12, 15)

Nepenthes trusmadiensis – 9(13)

Nepenthes ventricosa – 6(58); 9(12, 15)

Nepeta – 35(18)

Nephelium lappaceum – 25(59)

Nephelium litchi – see Litchi chinensis

Nephrolepis cordifolia – 8(37)

Nephrolepis exaltata – 22(11)

Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Fan Dancer’ – 22(33)

Nephrolepis falcata ‘Furcans’ – 28(38)

Nephrolepis hisutula – 1(10)

Nepine – see Capparis lasiantha

Neptunia gracilis – 32(25); 33(27)

Nerine – 32(34)

Nerium antidysentericum – see Wrightia antidysenterica

Nerium oleander – 3(61); 10(68); 19(40, 42); 20(85); 27(42); 32(26, 85)

Nerium oleander ‘Album’– 14(26)

Nerium oleander ‘Madoni Grandiflorum’ – 10(20); should be ‘Madonna Grandiflora’

Nerium oleander ‘Madonna Grandiflora’ – 10(20)

Nerve Plant – see Fittonia albivenis

Nescodon mauritanicus – 38(54)

New Caledonian Tree Fern – see Blechnum moorei

New Guinea Bean – 16(69); see Lagenaria siceraria

New Guinea Creeper – see Mucuna novoguineensis

New Guinea Spinach – see Hibiscus manihot; Abelmoschus manihot; Deeringia amaranthoides

New Zealand Christmas Bush – Metrosideros excelsa

New Zealand Flax – see Phormium

New Zealand Spinach – see Tetragonia tetragonoides

New Zealand Yam– see Oxalis tuberosa

Niadoa – see Desmos wardianus

Nickel – 15(49)

Nicotiana alata – 16(70); 17(68); 18(68); 19(70); 20(68); 21(68); 22(70); 23(72); 24(70); 25(74); 26(72); 27(72); 28(68); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72); 35(72)

Nicotiana langsdorffii – 28(68); 29(68); 32(72); 33(72)

Nicotiana sylvestris – 16(70); 17(32, 33, 68); 18(68); 19(71); 20(68); 21(68); 22(70); 23(72); 24(70); 25(74); 26(72); 27(72); 28(68); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72)

Nidularium – 17(69); 21(66)

Nidularium ‘Ruby Lee’ – 31(76)

Nidularium innnocentii var. lineatum – 31(76)

Nidularium innnocentii var. variegata – 31(76)

Nigella damascena – 16(70); 17(68); 18(68); 19(70); 20(68); 21(68); 22(70); 23(72); 24(70); 25(74); 26(72); 27(72); 28(68); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72); 35(72); 36(72)

Nigella hispanica – 24(70); 25(74); 26(72); 28(68); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72); 35(72); 36(72)

Nigella papillosa – 24(70); 25(74); 26(72); 28(68); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72); 35(72); 36(72)

Night Flowering Cereus – see Epiphyllum oxypetalum

Night Flowering Tobacco – see Nicotiana sylvestris

Night-scented Cestrum – see Cestrum nocturnum

Night-scented Jasmine – see Cestrum nocturnum

Nile Trumpet Tree – see Markhamia lutea

Nipan – see Capparis lasiantha

Nipple Fruit – see Solanum mammosum

Nitrogen – 15(49); 20(53)

Nitscheke’s Needle – see Cupressus sempervirens

Nodding Violet – see Streptocarpus caulescens

No-dig gardens – 10(84-87); 23(50-51)

Nolina nelsonii – 34(35)

Nolina recurvata – see Beaucarnea recurvata

Noni – see Morinda citrifolia

Norfolk Island Hibiscus – see Hibiscus insularis; Lagunaria patersonia

Norfolk Island Palm – see Rhopalostylis baueri

Norfolk Island Pine – see Araucaria heterophylla

Norfolk Island Tree Fern – see Cyathea brownii

Normanbya normanbyi – 2(18); 3(45); 6(31)

North Queensland Cockspur Flower – see Plectranthus diversus

Northern Banksia – see Banksia aquilonia

Northern Cypress – see Callitris intratropica

Northern Grass Tree – see Xanthorrhoea johnsonii

Northern Sandlewood – see Santalum lanceolatum

Northern Sassafras – see Daphnandra repandula; Doryphora aromatica

Notelaea – 16(16)

Notelaea longifolia – 11(78)

Noteleya lloydii – 23(47)

Nothern Bollywood – see Litsea fawcettiana

Nothophagus – 17(46)

Notocactus magnificus – see Parodia magnifica

Nutmeg Bush – see Tetradenia riparia

Nutrient draw down – 21(53)

Nymphaea – 13(17); 14(73); 17(33, 70), 21(22-25, 70); 22(53); 26(74)

Nymphaea ‘Barbara Dobbins’ – 21(25)

Nymphaea ‘Gloriosa’ – 21(23)

Nymphaea ‘Islamorada’ – 21(22)

Nymphaea ‘Magenta’ – 18(66), 21(3)

Nymphaea ‘Perrys Baby Red’ – 21(24)

Nymphaea ‘St Louis Gold’ – 21(24)

Nymphaea ‘Tina’ – 21(23)

Nymphaea capensis – 3(72); 4(91); 7(11, 24); 8(10, 12, 52); 9(26, 29)

Nymphaea odorata – 21(24)

Nymphaea violacea – 17(36)

Nymphoides – 26(74); 30(30)

Nymphoides crenata – 22(53); 24(31)

Nymphoides indica – 22(53)

Nypha palm – 9(29)

   

 

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