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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


S

Saba Nut – see Pachira glabra

Sabal dealbata – see Serenoa repens

Sabal mauritiiformis – 35(35)

Sabal mexicana – 14(20)

Sabal minor – 14(20)

Sabal palmetto – 6(31)

Sabal serrulatum – see Serenoa repens

Sabu Spinach – see Alternanthera sissoo

Saccharum edule – 11(82); 18(71); 19(73); 20(70); 21(71)

Sacred Bali Bamboo – see Schizostachyum brachycladum

Sacred Bamboo – see Nandina; Nandina domestica

Sacred Fig – see Ficus religiosa

Sacred Garlic Pear – see Crateva

Sadleria cyatheoides – 28(39)

Saffron – see Crocus sativus

Saffron Spike – see Aphelandra squarrosa

Saga – see Adenanthera pavonina

Sage – see Salvia

Sage, Anise Scented – see Salvia gauranitica

Sage, Blue – see Eranthemum pulchellum

Sage, Bog – see Salvia uliginosa

Sage, Culinary – see Salvia officinalis

Sage, Fruity – see Salvia dorisiana

Sage, Giant – see Brillantaisia subulugurica; Brillantaisia ulugurica

Sage, Indian – see Plectranthus amboinicus

Sage, Pineapple – see Salvia elegans

Sage-leaf Cockspur Flower – see Plectranthus alloplectus

Sagina – 13(57)

Sagittaria sagittifolia – 4(78); 25(73)

Sago Flower – see Ozothamnus diosmifolius

Sago Palm – see Cycas revoluta

Sago Palm, Ceylon – see Cycas rumphii

Saintpaulia ionantha – 26(18); 30(20-24

Salad Marrow – see Corchorus olitorius

Salad Rocket – see Eruca sativa

Salaginella brisbanensis – 13(54)

Salaginella kraussiana ‘Aurea’ – 22(33)

Salaginella pallescens – 22(33)

Salix babylonica – 35(14)

Salsify – see Tragopogon porrifolius

Salt Bush – see Acalypha wilkesiana

Saltbush – see Atriplex;Rhagodia

Saltbush, Berrysee Rhagodia spinescens

Saltbush, Hedge – see Rhagodia spinescens

Salvia – 3(43); 5(91); 13(36); 16(16, 70); 17(69); 20(10); 28(53); 30(18); 31(24); 32(14); 35(18)

Salvia ‘Black Knight’ – 23(24)

Salvia ‘Costa Rica Blue’ – 3(43)

Salvia ‘Indigo Spires’ – 14(34, 35)

Salvia ‘Mystic Spires’ – 14(34)

Salvia ‘Phyllis’ Fancy’ – 14(73); 15(73); 24(26)

Salvia ‘Wendy’s Wish’ – 23(24)

Salvia chiapensis – 3(43)

Salvia coccinea – 14(35)

Salvia coccinea bi-color – 14(33)

Salvia coerulea ‘Black and Blue’ – 24(26)

Salvia confertiflora – 19(12)

Salvia dorisiana – 14(34); 27(35)

Salvia elegans – 11(82); 14(34); also see Salvia rutilans

Salvia elegans ‘Golden Delicious’ – 22(33)

Salvia farinosa – 15(70); 16(70); 17(68); 18(69); 19(71); 20(69); 21(68); 22(71); 23(72); 24(70); 25(74); 26(72); 27(72); 28(68); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72)

Salvia gauranitica – 27(42, 47)

Salvia gauranitica ‘Black and Blue’ – 14(35); see Salvia coerulea ‘Black and Blue’

Salvia gesneriiflora – 14(34)

Salvia grahamii – 14(34)

Salvia greggii – 3(43); 14(34)

Salvia guaranitica ‘Black and Blue’ – 13(36)

Salvia guaranitica ‘Costa Rica Blue’ – 14(73)

Salvia hispanica (chia)– 17(67); 18(66); 19(66); 20(66); 21(66); 22(66); 23(68); 24(68); 25(72); 26(70); 27(70); 28(66); 29(66); 30(69); 31(71); 32(69); 33(69)

Salvia involucrata – 14(34); 15(73); 24(34, 35); 32(16)

Salvia involucrata ‘Bethellii’ – 24(35)

Salvia iodanthe – 13(34)

Salvia leucantha – 3(43); 14(34, 73); 24(26)

Salvia leucantha ‘Midnight’ – 20(13)

Salvia madrensis – 14(33); 35(71)

Salvia mellisodora – 3(43)

Salvia mexicana – 3(43)

Salvia microphylla – 3(43); 14(34)

Salvia microphylla ‘Hot Lips’ – 14(35)

Salvia officinalis – 5(69); 11(82); 14(34)

Salvia rhyncophylla – 18(66)

Salvia rutilans – 17(51)

Salvia semiatrata – 33(14)

Salvia splendens – 14(33, 73); 15(73); 16(70); 17(68); 18(69); 19(71); 20(69); 21(68); 22(71); 23(72); 24(70); 25(74); 26(72); 27(72); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72)

Salvia uliginosa – 14(35); 24(26)

Salvia waverly – 13(35)

Salvinia molesta – 8(37)

Samanea saman – 6(28); 8(53); 11(54, 55); 22(34); 25(43); renamed Albizia saman

Samba Spinach – see Alternanthera sissoo

Samphire – see Tecticornia indica

Sanchezia nobilis – see Sanchezia speciosa

Sanchezia speciosa – 12(67); 14(85); 15(71, 73); 16(41); 20(36); 24(21); 34(22); 35(42)

Sanchezia spectabilis – see Sanchezia speciosa

Sandalwood, False – see Eremophila mitchellii

Sandersonia aurantiaca – 30(77)

Sandpaper Fig – see Ficus scobina, Ficus opposite, Ficus fraseri

Sandpaper Vine – see Petrea volubilis

Sannantha tozerensis – 37(28)

Sansevieria – 2(23)

Sansevieria ‘Tom Thumb’ – 2(14)

Sansevieria dooneri dwarf – see Sansevieria parva

Sansevieria forskaliana – 34(27)

Sansevieria parva – 30(86)

Sansevieria trifasciata – 2(14); 7(29); 9(34)

Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Green & Gold’ – 33(12, 14)

Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Laurentii’ – 18(31)

Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Moonshine’ – 9(36)

Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Silver Hahnii’ – 9(36)

Santalum acuminatum – 9(62-63); 30(60)

Santalum lanceolatum – 32(26)

Sanvitalia procumbens – 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(67, 68); 29(68); 30(70); 31(72); 32(72); 33(72); 35(72); 36(72)

Sapium sebiferum – 16(18); renamed Triadica sebifera

Sapodilla – see Manilkara zapota

Sapote, Black – see Diospyros digyna

Sapote, Green – see Pouteria veridis

Sapote, Mamey – see Pouteria sapota

Sapote, White – see Casimiroa edulis

Sapote, Yellow – see Pouteria campechiana

Saraca cauliflora – 9(56); 16(42); see Saraca declinata or Saraca thaipingensis

Saraca declinata – 21(35)

Saraca thaipingensis – 25(14)

Saraca Tree – see Saraca thaipingensis

Sarcocephalus latifolius – 15(78)

Sarcochilus – 16(41)

Sarcochilus falcatus – 9(68); 36(42, 43)

Sarcostemma esculentum – see Oxystelma esculentum

Sarcotoechia serrata – 5(17); 22(79)

Sargent Juniper – see Juniperus chinensis var. sargentii

Sarracenia – 22(39)

Sarracenia flava – 22(39)

Sarracenia leucophylla – 22(39)

Sarracenia minor – 22(39)

Sarracenia psittacina – 22(39)

Sarracenia purpurea – 22(39)

Sarracenia rubra – 22(39)

Sarsaparilla, Sweet – see Smilax glyciphylla

Sasanqua – see Camellia sasanqua

Sasparilla Vine – see Hardenbergia violacea

Sassafras – see Doryophora sassafras

Sassafras, Northern – seeDaphnandra repandula; Doryphora aromatica

Sassafras, Oliver’s – seeCinnamomum oliveri

Satin Leaf Philodendron – see Philodendron gloriosum

Satin Pothos – see Scindapsus pictus

Satinash – see Syzygium alatoramulum

Satinash, Pink – see Syzygium malaccense

Sauropus albiflorus – 12(71)

Sauropus androgynus – 8(60, 81); 14(53); 16(68, 69); 27(57); 31(54)

Sausage Tree – see Kigelia africana

Savanna Gardenia – see Gardenia volkensii subsp. spatulifolia

Savoury – 5(69)

Saw Banksia – see Banksia serrata

Saw Palmetto – see Serenoa repens

Saw Sedge – see Gahnia

Sawtooth Coriander – see Eryngium foetidum

Scadoxus – 1(12); 23(18, 19)

Scadoxus multiflorus subsp. katherinae – 8(39); 12(65); 19(23); 37(46, 50)

Scadoxus puniceus – 14(23); 15(71)

Scaevola – 1(73, 78); 9(61); 35(19)

Scaevola aemula – 3(54); 7(9, 11); 9(41); 10(48); 13(31); 24(34, 37); 30(28)

Scaevola albida – 9(41); 34(27)

Scaevola calendulacea – 9(41)

Scaevola humilis – 9(41)

Scaevola ramosissima – 9(41)

Scaevola sericea – 6(13, 14, 17); also see Scaevola taccada

Scaevola taccada – 24(85); 33(18, 19); also see Scaevola sericea

Scale – 6(7); 7(7); 18(64)

Scarlet Bloodroot – see Haemodorum coccineum

Scarlet Bush – see Hamelia patens

Scarlet Comb – see Combretum coccineum

Scarlet Fire-spike – see Odontonema cuspidatum

Scarlet Fuschia – see Graptophyllum excelsum

Scarlet Gum – see Corymbia phoenicea; Eucalyptus phoenicea

Scarlet Milkweed – see Asclepias curassavica; Asclepias physocarpa

Scarlet Passion Flower – see Passiflora coccinea

Scarlet Sage – see Salvia splendens

Scarlet Spiral Flag – see Costus woodsonii

Scarlet Wedge Apple – see Ochrosia elliptica

Scented Bells – see Rothmannia manganjae

Scented Gardenia Bush – see Larsenaikia ochreata

Schaueria calicotricha – see Schaueria flavicoma

Schaueria flavicoma – 21(83)

Schefflera actinophylla – 3(41); 8(77); 13(60); 27(81); 33(19); 35(49); 38(71)

Schefflera albidobracteata – 38(81)

Schefflera arboricola ‘Mrs. De Smet’– 14(12)

Schefflera arboricola cultivars – 16(18); 24(32); 27(81); 29(15); 34(22)

Schefflera elegantissima – 3(41); renamed Plerandra elegantissima

Schefflera sp.Thailand – 27(81); 29(14)

Schismatoglottis calyptrata – 34(81)

Schismatoglottis neoguineensis – see Schismatoglottis calyptrata

Schizachyrium fragile – 34(42)

Schizolobium parahyba – 6(31)

Schizostachyum brachycladum – 14(13)

Schizostylis coccinea – see Hesperantha coccinea

Schlumbergera truncata – 11(48); 15(34); 16(18)

Schoenoplectus – 17(46)

Schoenoplectus lacustris subsp. tabernaemontani ‘Albescens’ – see Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani ‘Albescens’

Schoenoplectus mucronatus – 22(53)

Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani ‘Albescens’ – 28(43)

Schoenus – 17(46)

Schotia brachypetala – 12(65); 32(80); 35(37); 37(18)

Scilla socialis – see Ledebouria socialis

Scilla violacea – see Ledebouria violacea

Scindapsus argyraeus – see Scindapsus pictus

Scindapsus pictus – 36(77)

Scindapsus pictus var. argyraeus – see Scindapsus pictus

Scindapsus pothoides – see Scindapsus pictus

Scindapsus siamensis – 9(34, 36); now called Scindapsus rupestris

Scleranthus – 13(57)

Scolopia braunii – 32(26)

Scorpion fly – 26(54)

Scrambled Egg Plant – see Senna surattensis

Scrambling Clerodendrum – see Clerodendrum inerme

Scrambling Lily – see Geitonoplesium cymosum

Screw Pine – see Pandanus

Scribbly Gum – see Eucalyptus haemastoma

Scribbly Red Gum – see Eucalyptus racemosa

School Projects

  • Mt Molloy – 35(66-67)
  • Mt Cotton – 2(79)

Scrub Boonaree – see Alectryon diversifolius

Scrub Cherry – see Syzygium australe

Scrub Daphne – see Phaleria clerodendron

Scrub Ironbark – see Acacia fasciculifera

Scrub Wilga – see Geijera salicifolia

Sculptures – 33(30)

Scurvy Weed – see Commelina diffusa

Scuttellaria costaricana – 15(73); 26(10)

Sdia retusa – see Sida rhombifolia

Sea Bean – see Canavalia rosea

Sea Grape – see Coccoloba uvifera

Sea Hibiscus – see Hibiscus tiliaceus

Sea Lettuce – see Scaevola sericea; Scaevola taccada

Sea Mango – see Cerbera manghas

Sea Urchin Hakea – see Hakea petiolaris

Sea-coast Laburnum – see Sophora tomentosa

Sealing Wax Palm – see Cyrtostachys renda

Seashore Paspalum – see Paspalum vaginatum

Seaside Daisy – see Erigeron karvinskianus

Seaweed – 15(49)

Secamone elliptica – 32(26)

Sechium edule (choko) – 7(74); 14(55); 16(68, 69); 17(52-55, 67); 18(66); 19(66); 20(66); 21(66, 67); 22(66); 23(68); 24(68); 25(72); 26(70); 27(70); 28(65, 66); 29(66); 30(69); 31(71); 32(69); 33(69)

Sedges – see Carex; Gahnia

Sedum – 18(28); 35(18)

Sedum makinoi ‘Ogon’ – 22(33)

Sedum mexicanum ‘Gold Mound’ – 19(38); 21(29); 22(33)

Sedum morganianum – 15(34); 21(82)

Sedum pachyphyllum – see Sedum x rubrotinctum

Sedum sp. – 10(83)

Sedum x rubrotinctum ‘Aurea’ – 8(16) – should be Sedum x rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’

Sedum x rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’ – 7(42)

Seemannia sylvatica – see Gloxinia sylvatica

Seersucker Plant – see Geogenanthus undatus

Selenicereus chrysocardium – 27(21); 33(12, 14)

Selenicereus grandiflorus – 36(13)

Selenium – 17(49)

Self Heal – see Prunella vulgaris

Semi-deciduous (term) – 26(41)

Sempervirum – 1(73)

Senecio cineraria – 15(70); now named Jacobaea maritima

Senecio confuses – see Pseudogynoxis chenopodioides

Senecio crassissimus – 2(14); 8(18)

Senecio jacobsenii – 16(77)

Senecio rowleyanus – 15(34, 35)

Senecio tropalifolias – 8(18)

Senna – 17(46)

Senna – see Senna

Senna artemisioides subsp. filifolia – 21(42, 45)

Senna auriculata – 32(26)

Senna barclayana – 32(26)

Senna clavigera – 32(26)

Senna magnifolia – 7(11); 12(35); 32(26)

Senna planitiicola – 32(26)

Senna siamea – 4(68); 14(73); 15(73)

Senna sp. – 32(22)

Senna surattensis – 32(26)

Sensitive Plant, Common – see Mimosa pudica

Serenity Fern – see Microlepia strigosa

Sericesthis geminata – 11(87)

Serissa – 32(47)

Serissa foetida – see Serissa japonica

Serissa japonica – 12(71); 16(72)

Sesbania cannabina – 32(26)

Sesbania grandiflora (vegetable hummingbird) – 9(78); 11(83); 17(67); 18(67); 19(67); 20(67); 21(67); 22(67); 23(68); 24(68); 25(72); 26(70); 27(70); 28(66); 29(64, 66); 30(69); 31(71); 32(69); 33(69); 34(58-59)

Setaria palmifolia – 11(82); 14(53); 16(69); 18(71); 19(73); 20(70); 21(68, 71); 25(39)

Seychelles Stilt Palm – see Verschaffeltia splendida

Shade gardens – 35(30-33)

Shaggy-leaved Plectranthus – see Plectranthus habrophyllus

Shallots – see Allium cepa aggregatum

Shannon’s Tecomanthe – see Tecomanthe dendrophylla ‘Shannon’

Shasta Daisy – see Leucanthemum x superbum

Shaving Bush Tree – see Pseudobombax; Bombax

Sheep Sorrel – see Rumex acetosella

Shell Ginger – see Alpinia zerumbet

Shell Ginger, Variegated – see Alpinia zerumbet ‘Variegata’

Sheoak – see Casuarina; Allocasuarina

Shepherd’s Crook Orchid – see Geodorum densiflorum

Shiny Plectranthus – see Plectranthus nitidus

Shirley Poppy – see Papaver rhoeas

Shiso Leaf – see Perilla frutescens

Shoals Spider Lily – see Hymenocallis coronaria

Shombay – see Rungia klossii

Shooting Star – see Pseuderanthemum laxiflorum cultivar

Shower of Gold – see Cassia fistula

Shower of Gold Vine – see Tristellateia australasiae

Shower of Orchids – see Congea tomentosa

Shrimp Plant – see Justicia brandegeeana

Shrimp Plant, Orange – see Aphelandra sinclairiana

Shrimp Plant, White – see Justicia betonica

Shrub Ipomoea – see Ipomoea carnea

Shrubby Allamanda – see Allamanda laevis

Siam Tulip – see Curcuma alismatifolia

Sida rhombifolia – 21(17)

Sierra Madre Lobelia – see Lobelia laxiflora

Signet Marigold – see Tagetes tenuifolia

Silica/Silicon – 15(49); 16(53)

Silk Crepe Flower – see Dalechampia aristolochiifolia

Silk Floss Tree – see Chorisia speciosa; Ceiba speciosa

Silk Floss Tree, Red – see Bombax ceiba

Silk Pod – see Parsonsia straminea

Silk Tree – see Albizia julibrissin

Silk-cotton Tree – see Ceiba pentandra

Silky Myrtle – see Decaspermum humile

Silky Oak – see Grevillea robusta

Silky Tradescantia – see Cyanotis foecunda

Silky Umbrella Grass – see Digitaria ammophila

Silver Ash, Nothern – see Flindersia bourjotiana

Silver Beet – 10(87); 14(71); 15(69); 16(66, 69); see Beta vulgaris; Beta vulgaris var. cicla; Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris

Silver Blue Tuckeroo – see Cupaniopsis sp. aff. flagelliformis ‘curvidentata’

Silver Brake – see Pteris argyraea

Silver Brake – see Pteris argyrea

Silver Butterfly Bush – see Buddleja ‘Silver Anniversary’

Silver Croton – see Croton insularis

Silver Date Palm – 5(50)

Silver Dollar Maidenhair – see Adiantum peruvianum

Silver Falls – see Dichondra argentea

Silver Fan Palm – see Livistonia muelleri

Silver Gazania – see Gazania rigens var. leucolaena

Silver Joey – see Johannesteijsmannia magnifica

Silver Lace Fern – see Pteris ensiformis

Silver Lady Fern – see Blechnum gibbum ‘Silver Lady’

Silver Lance Dwarf Ginger – see Alpinia pumila

Silver Leaf – see Argophyllum nullumense

Silver Leaf Princess Flower – see Tibouchina heteromalla

Silver Phoenix Palm – see Phoenix sylvestris

Silver Pilea – see Pilea cadierei

Silver Plectranthus – see Plectranthus argentatus; Plectranthus nitidus

Silver Ponyfoot – Dichondra argentea

Silver Quill – see Ledebouria socialis; Ledebouria violacea

Silver Satin Pothos – see Scindapsus pictus; Scindapsus siamensis – now called Scindapsus repestris

Silver Saw Palmetto – see Acoelorrhaphe wrightii

Silver Star Palm – see Cryosophila warscewiczii

Silver Streak Ginger – see Zingiber collinsii

Silver Trumpet Tree – see Tabebuia aurea; Tabebuia argentea

Silver Vase – see Aechmea fasciata

Silver Vine – see Scindapsus pictus

Silver Wattle – see Acacia neriifolia

Silver White Pear – see Dombeya pulchra

Silverbeet – see Silver Beet

Silverbush – see Sophora tomentosa

Silver-leaved Paperbark – see Melaleuca argentea; Melaleuca dealbata

Silver-leaved Princess Flower – see Tibouchina heteromalla

Sinapis alba subsp. alba – see Brassica hirta

Sinclair’s Aphelandra – see Aphelandra sinclairiana

Singapore Daisy – see Sphagneticola trilobata

Singapore Holly – see Malpighia coccigera

Singapore Walking Stick Palm – see Rhopaloblaste singaporensis

Singapore White Frangipani – see Plumeria obtusa

Sinningia – 29(24)

Sinningia canescens – 17(84)

Sinningia leucotricha – 17(84)

Siphonochilus – 22(26); 23(19)

Siphonochilus decorus – 18(80); 23(19)

Siphonochilus kirkii – 18(cover, 3, 80); 22(26)

Siro Shadegro – see Panicum laxum

Skeleton Fork Fern – see Psilotum nudum

Skullcap – see Scutellaria costaricana

Sky Flower – see Duranta erecta

Sleeping Hibiscus – see Malvaviscus arboreus; Malvaviscus penduliflorus

Slender Bamboo Fern – see Coniogramme japonica

Slender Brake Fern, Variegated – see Pteris ensiformis ‘Evergemiensis’

Slender Carpet Weed – Glinus oppositifolius

Slender Harpullia – see Harpullia rhyticarpa

Slender Mint – see Mentha diemenica

Slender Panic Grass – see Paspalidium criniforme

Slender Weaver’s Bamboo – see Bambusa textilis var. gracilis

Slipper Orchid – see Paphiopedilum

Sloanea australis – 34(46, 48)

Slug Herb – see Murdannia graminea

Small Bolwarra – see Eupomatia bennettii

Small gardens – 30(26-30)

Small Leaf Lillypilly – see Syzygium leuhmannii

Small Leaved Tamarind – see Diploglottis campbellii

Small Leaved Tuckeroo – see Cupaniopsis parvifolia; Lepiderema pulchella

Small Leaved Wax Flower – see Philotheca difformis subsp. smithiana

Small River Buttercup – see Ranunculus amphitrichus

Smallanthus sonchifolius – 14(53); 16(69); 18(71); 19(73); 20(54-55, 70); 21(71); 28(65)

Small-fruited Grey Gum – see Eucalyptus propinqua

Small-leafed Peppermint – see Eucalyptus nicholii

Small-leaved Guinea Flower – see Hibbertia vestita

Small-leaved Plum Myrtle – see Pilidiostigma rhytispermum

Smell of the Bush – see Mallotus claoxyloides

Smilax australis – 17(34, 35)

Smilax glyciphylla – 22(54)

Smoke Bush – see Cotinus coggygria

Smoke Bush, Tropical – see Euphorbia cotinifolia

Smooth Bark Apple Gum – see Angophora costata

Smooth Davidson’s Plum – see Davidsonia johnsonii

Smooth Nardoo – see Marsilea mutica

Smooth Psychotria – see Psychotria daphnoides

Smooth Senna – see Senna barclayana

Smooth-leaved Lolly Bush – see Clerodendrum floribundum

Smooth-shelled Bush Nut – see Macadamia integrifolia

Smut – 5(82-83)

Snail Creeper – see Vigna caracalla; Phaseolus caracalla

Snail Flower – see Vigna caracalla

Snails and slugs – 12(28)

Snake Bean – 14(71); see Vigna unguiculata var. sequipedalis

Snake Gourd – see Trichosanthes anguina, Trichosanthes cucumerina var. anguina

Snake Lily – see Amorphophallus bulbifer

Snake Orchid – see Cymbidium suave

Snake Plants – see Amorphophallus bulbifer

Snake Vine – see Hibbertia scandens

Snakeskin Fishtail Palm – see Caryota ophiopellis

Snakeskin Lily – see Amorphophallus paeoniifolius

Snakeweed – see Stachytarpheta

Snap peas – see Pisum sativum

Snapdragon – 3(90); see Antirrhinum majus

Snapdragon, Climbing – see Maurandya barclayana; Asarina barclayana

Snow Bush – see Breynia nivosa ‘Pacific Snow’; Breynia disticha

Snow Drops – see Leucojum aestivum

Snow in Summer – see Melaleaca linariifolia

Snow Peas – see Pisum sativum

Snowball Tree – see Viburnum opulus ‘Sterile’

Snowflake – see Euphorbia leucocephala; Leucojum aestivum

Snowflake Tree – see Trevesia palmata

Snow-on-the-mountain – see Euphorbia marginata

Snowpeas – 10(87); also see Pisum sativum

Snuff Box Tree – see Oncoba spinosa

Soap Tree – see Alphitonia excelsa

Sobralia decora – 26(83)

Sobralia sessilis – see Sobralia decora

Society Garlic – see Tulbaghia violacea

Sodium – 15(49); 16(52, 53)

Soft Bolly Gum – see Litsea glutinosa

Soft Caned Dendrobium – see Dendrobium

Soft Spinifex – see Triodia pungens

Soil

  • additives/ameliorants – 4(31); 13(72-77, 81); 16(52-53); 17(48-49); 23(69)
  • cation exchange – 15(48); 16(53)
  • compaction – 22(15)
  • condition – 9(84); 13(72-77, 81)
  • depth – 4(31); 9(84); 12(18)
  • fertilisers, nutrients – 13(77, 83); 15(49); 23(70)
  • grey water damage – 13(64)
  • hydrophobic – 4(31)
  • measuring – 9(84)
  • microbes – 22(15); 23(70)
  • myth busting – 7(64-65)
  • no-dig – 23(50-51)
  • pH – 3(89); 15(48); 16(52)
  • raised beds – 22(57); 23(51)
  • seasonal work – 14(69)
  • shallow soil – 9(85)
  • sodic soils – 16(52)
  • soil food web – 13(73)
  • soil type – 3(88, 89); 4(31); 12(17)

Solandra maxima – 1(74)

Solandra maxima ‘Variegata’– 13(43); 33(33)

Solandra nitida – 1(74); should be Solandra maxima

Solanum betaceum – 19(59); 24(54-56)

Solanum centrale – 9(62, 63)

Solanum chippendalei – 9(63)

Solanum ellipticum – 9(63)

Solanum grandiflorum – 29(78)

Solanum jasminoides – 1(74); 16(73)

Solanum lycopersicum – 14(55); 17(67); 18(67); 19(56, 67); 20(67); 21(67); 22(67); 23(68); 24(68); 25(72); 26(70); 27(70); 28(66); 29(66); 30(69); 31(71); 32(60, 69); 33(69); 35(70); 36(70); also see Lycopersicon esculentum

Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiforme – 17(67); 18(67); 19(56, 67); 20(67); 21(67); 22(67); 23(68); 24(68); 25(72); 26(70); 27(70); 28(65, 66); 29(66); 30(69); 31(71); 32(69); 33(69); 34(69); 35(70); 36(70); also see Lycopersicon esculentum var. cerasiforme

Solanum macranthum – see Solanum grandiflorum

Solanum mammosum – 14(73)

Solanum mauritianum (weed) – 28(45)

Solanum melongena (eggplant/aubergine) – 17(67); 18(66); 19(66); 20(66); 21(66); 22(66); 23(68); 24(68); 27(70); 28(66); 29(66); 31(71); 32(60, 69); 33(69)

Solanum muricatum (pepino) – 32(60-61)

Solanum pimpellifolium – see Lycopersicon pimpellifolium

Solanum quitoense – 29(60-61)

Solanum quitoense var. quitoense – 29(60)

Solanum quitoense var. septentrionale – 29(60)

Solanum rantonnetii – see Lycianthes rantonnetii

Solanum setosicalyx – see Solanum wrightii

Solanum tuberosum – 14(53); 19(20, 73); 20(70); 21(71); 22(65); 32(60)

Solanum wendlandii – 8(40); 11(40); 13(31); 14(73); 17(73); 20(11); 26(31, 32)

Solanum wrightii – 29(78)

Solarisation – 33(65)

Soleirolia soleirolii ‘Gold Pool’ – 22(33)

Solenopsis invicta – 12(89)

Solenostemon – 16(70)

Solenostemon scutellarioides – 10(69); 12(54, 59); 13(54); 16(70); 17(68, 69); 18(24, 68); 19(70); 20(68); 21(68); also see Plectranthus scutellarioides

Soliel d’Or – see Gardenia gjellerupii 

Solidago – 12(13)

Solidago virgaurea – 16(73)

Solitaire Palm – see Ptychosperma elegans

Soloman Island Shell Ginger – see Alpinia purpurata var. alba

Song of India – see Dracaena reflexa ‘Song of India’

Song of Jamaica – see Dracaena reflexa ‘Song of Jamaica’

Sophora tomentosa – 21(15); 36(42)

Sophrocattleya – 14(30)

Sophrolaeliocattleya – 14(30)

Sophronitis– 14(30)

Sophronitis Richard Mueller – 21(79)

Sorghum halepense – 12(89)

Sorrel (vegetable) – 16(68)

Sorrel, French – see Rumex scutatus

Sorrel, Garden – see Rumex acetosa

Sorrel, Sheep – see Rumex acetosella

Soursop – see Annona muricata

Southern Brown Bolly Gum – see Litsea australis

Southern evergreen – see Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’

Sowerbaea juncea – 6(77)

Sowing seed – 21(19)

Spade Flower – see Hybanthus

Spanish Cherry – see Mimusops elengi

Spanish Shawl – see Centradenia grandifolia; Dissotis rotundifolia, Osbeckia rotundifolia

Spanish Thyme – see Plectranthus amboinicus

Spathiphyllum – 1(35); 2(18); 5(88); 7(23, 28); 12(54); 15(73); 25(32); 36(26, 27)

Spathiphyllum ‘Blue Moon’ – 34(22)

Spathiphyllum ‘Golden Glow’ – 22(33)

Spathiphyllum ‘Sweet Pablo’ – 25(14)

Spathiphyllum wallisii – 29(46)

Spathodea campanulata – 6(31); 24(44)

Spathoglottis – 10(29)

Spathoglottis plicata – 14(73); 15(73), 33(38)

Spear Lily – see Doryanthes palmeri

Spearmint – see Mentha spicata ‘Spearmint’

Sphagneticola trilobata – 6(98)

Spice Bromeliad – see Tillandsia cyanea

Spice Lily – see Manfreda maculosa; Agave maculosa

Spice Orchid – see Dendrobium gracilicaule

Spicewood – see Triunia youngiana

Spices – 22(46-51)

Spider Flower – see Grevillea ‘Lollypops’; Cleome hassleriana; Tarenaya hassleriana

Spider Lily – see Hymenocallis; Ismene

Spider Lily, Golden – see Lycoris aurea

Spider Lily, Shoals– see Hymenocallis coronaria

Spider Plant – see Chlorophytum

Spiderwort – see Cochliostema odoratissimum

Spike Rush – see Eleocharis sphacelata

Spilanthes acmella – 11(82); 16(68, 69); 17(67); 18(67); 19(67); 20(67); 22(67); see Acmella paniculata; Blainvillea

Spilanthes oleracea – see Acmella oleracea

Spinach – 10(87); see Spinacia oleracea

Spinach, Brazilian – see Alternanthera sissoo

Spinach, Ceylon – see Alternanthera sessilis; Talinum triangulare; Basella alba

Spinach, Chinese – see Amaranthus cultivars

Spinach, Chinese Water – see lpomoea aquatica

Spinach, Egyptian – see Corchorus olitorius

Spinach, European – see Spinacea oleracea

Spinach, Lagos – see Celosia argentea var. argentea

Spinach, Malabar – see Basella alba, Basella rubra

Spinach, Mexican – see Cnidoscolus chayamansa

Spinach, Native – see Alternanthera denticulata

Spinach, New Guinea – see Deeringia amaranthoides

Spinach, New Zealand – see Tetragonia tetragonoides

Spinach, Okinawa – see Crassocephalum sarcobasis

Spinach, Sabu – see Alternanthera sissoo

Spinach, Samba – see Alternanthera sissoo

Spinach, Sri Lankan – see Alternanthera sessilis

Spinach, Surinam – see Talinum triangulare

Spinacia oleracea (spinach)– 14(70); 20(67); 23(68); 24(68); 26(70); 27(70); 28(56, 66); 30(69); 31(71); 32(69)

Spindle Palm – see Hyophorbe verschaffeltii

Spineless Yucca – see Yucca guatemalensis

Spiny Melon – see Kuwano; also see Cucumis metuliferus

Spiraea cantoniensis – 16(72); 19(13); 28(46); 35(42); 37(18)

Spiraea contoniensis ‘Flore Pleno’ – 14(27)

Spiraea japonica ‘Gold Mound’ – 22(30, 31)

Spiral Ginger – see Costus

Spiranthes sinensis – 33(38)

Split Jack – see Capparis lasiantha

Split Leaf Cyclanthus – see Cyclanthus bipartitus

Spodoptera picta – 12(28)

Spondias cytherea – see Spondias dulcis

Spondias dulcis – 32(62-63)

Spondias mombin – 32(63)

Spondias purpurea – 32(63)

Spondias tuberosa – 32(62-63)

Sporobolus africanus – 25(67)

Spotted Emu Bush – Eremophila maculata subsp. brevifolia

Spotted-sided Finch (bird) – see Stagonopleura guttata

Spotted Oak – see Buckinghamia ferruginiflora

Sprekelia formosissima – 1(41); 15(68); 19(23)

Spring Orchid Tree – see Bauhinia variegata ‘Candida’

Spur Flower – see Plectranthus neochilus

Spurred Mangrove – see Ceriops tagal

Spydridium – 6(60)

Spyridium scortechinii – see Cryptandra scortechinii

Squash – 14(71); 15(69); 16(69); also see Cucurbita pepo; Cucurbita moschata; Cucurbita pepo subsp. pepo

Sri Lankan Spinach – see Alternanthera sessilis

Stachys affinis – 19(73); 20(70); 21(71)

Stachys byzantina – 13(54); 18(28); 23(69, 72)

Stachytarpheta indica – 35(18)

Stachytarpheta mutabilis – 21(16); 23(24); 35(18)

Staghorn Fern – see Platycerium superbum

Stagonopleura guttata – 17(44, 45, 46)

Stain Leaf Philodendron – see Philodendron gloriosum

Stakes – 21(54)

Stallingsia maculosus – 6(37)

Stanhopea tigrina – 15(34, 39); 33(38)

Stapelia gigantea – 26(86)

Stapelia leendertziae – 14(84)

Star Apple – see Chrysophyllum cainito

Star Flower, Native – see Gardenia scabrella

Star Goodenia – see Goodenia rotundifolia

Star Gooseberry – see Phyllanthus acidus

Star Jasmine – see Jasminum multiflorum; Trachelospermum jasminoides

Star Jasmine, Asiatic – see Trachelospermum asiaticum

Star Jasmine, Chinese – see Trachelospermum jasminoides

Star Jasmine, Yellow – see Trachelospermum jasminoides ‘Mandianum’

Star Zinnia – see Zinnia angustifolia

Starburst – see Clerodendrum quadriloculare

Starfish Flower – see Stapelia gigantea

Starshine Umbrella – see Schefflera albidobracteata

Statice – see Limonium sinuatum

Stenocarpus sinuatus – 9(58); 12(65); 26(1, 5, 46, 48); 29(14); 31(44)

Stenochlaena palustris – 9(51)

Stenotaphrum secundatum – 1(89); 3(82); 4(83); 6(82); 10(89); 12(89); 15(65); 20(63)

Stenanthemum scortechinii – see Cryptandra scortechinii

Step Ladder Costus – see Costus malortieanus

Step Ladder Spiral Ginger – seeCostus

Stephania japonica – 3(84)

Stephanotis floribunda – 13(47); 17(19, 20, 21, 31, 32); 26(11); 32(48)

Sterculia quadrifida – 2(79); 11(78); 16(42, 47); 32(26); 33(17)

Stethopachys formosa – 1(64); 4(77); 7(40); 9(46)

Stevia – see Stevia rebaudiana

Stevia rebaudiana – 15(59); 25(44, 49)

Sticherus flabellatus – 7(67)

Sticky-leaved Plectranthus – see Plectranthus graveolens

Stinging Nettle – see Urtica urens; Urtica incisa

Stingless Bees, Native – see Trigona; Austroplebeia

Stink Lily – see Amorphophallus paeoniifolius

Stipa ramosissima – 25(39)

Stizoptera bichenovii – see Taeniopygia bichenovii

Stock – see Matthiola incana

Stolen Date Palm – see Phoenicophorium

Stolon – 5(87)

Stomanthe Triostar – 22(80)

Stonefruit, Low Chill – 24(56-58)

Storm Crocus – see Zephranthes

Storm Lily – see Zephranthes

Strawberry – 5(68); 10(87); also see Fragaria vesca

Strawberry Guava – see Psidium cattleianum var. cattleianum

Strawberry Gum – see Eucalyptus olinda

Strawberry Snowball Tree – see Dombeya cacuminum

Strawberry Tree – see Muntingia calabura

Strawflower – see Rhodanthe anthemoides

Strelitzia ‘Mandela’s Gold’ – 6(23); 11(29)

Strelitzia nicolai – 7(39); 29(15)

Strelitzia reginae – 1(73); 2(57); 7(39); 9(61); 13(44); 14(12); 15(73); 16(71, 73)

Streptocalyx biflorus – see Aechmea biflora

Streptocarpus – 29(23, 24)

Streptocarpus caulescens – 16(18, 41); 29(24)

Streptocarpus x hybridus – 29(24)

Streptocarpus x hybridus ‘Cynthia’ – 29(24)

Streptocarpus x hybridus ‘Falling Stars’ – 29(24)

Streptosolen jamesonii – cover, 16(3, 42, 47, 72)

Strictocardia beraviensis – 38(77)

String of Beads– see Senecio rowleyanus

String of Pearls– see Senecio rowleyanus

Striped Brake Fern – see Pteris quadriaurita

Striped marsh frog – see Limnodynastes peronii

Stripey White Mondo Grass – see Ophiopogon jamburan; Ophiopogon intermedius ‘Variegatus’; Ophiopogon intermedius 'Argenteomarginatus’

Strobilanthes anisophylla – 29(85)

Strobilanthes colorata – see Strobilanthes hamiltoniana

Strobilanthes cusia – see Strobilanthes hamiltoniana

Strobilanthes dyeriana – 16(79); 30(46); 35(32); 37(46, 47)

Strobilanthes flaccidifolia – see Strobilanthes hamiltoniana

Strobilanthes gossypina – 8(68); 13(54); 15(16, 17); 16(41); 17(32); 35(31, 32)

Strobilanthes hamiltoniana – 23(22, 85); 28(46, 48)

Stromanthe – 16(70); 17(69)

Stromanthe ‘Superstar’ – 10(67); 11(6)

Stromanthe sanguinea – 25(14); also see Stromanthe thalia

Stromanthe sanguinea ‘Tricolor’ – 22(80)

Stromanthe spectabilis – see Stromanthe thalia

Stromanthe thalia – 32(82)

Strongylodon macrobotrys – 2(19); 10(34); 13(40); 16(73); 20(12); 25(20); 35(36); 36(13, 14)

Strophanthus boivinii – 10(43)

Strophanthus divaricatus – 10(43)

Strophanthus gratus – 10(43)

Strophanthus preussii – 10(43)

Sturt’s Desert Pea – 27(7)

Stylidium graminifolium – 30(79)

Sublime Lillypilly – see Acmena smithii ‘Sublime’

Subspecies – 21(41)

Subtropical rainforest – 12(74-77)

Succulents – every issue!

Sugar Apple – see Annona squamosa

Sugar Beet – see Beta vulgaris

Sugar Cane Palm – see Dypsis baronii

Sulphur – 15(48-49); 16(52

Sulphur Alder – see Turnera subulata

Summer Love – see Acalypha reptans var. pygmaea

Summer Wisteria – see Indigofera decora

Summerscent – see Radermachera sp. ‘Kunming’

Sun Jewel – see Portulaca oleracea

Sun of Gold – see Gardenia gjellerupii 

Sun Pitcher Plant – 23(29); see Heliamphora

Sun Rose – see Aptena cordifolia

Sundews – 6(22); see Drosera

Sunflower – see Helianthus annuus

Sunflower, Mexican – see Tithonia rotundifolia

Sunrays – see Rhodanthe manglesii; Helipterum manglesii

Sunrose – see Aptena cordifolia

Sunset Aloe – see Aloe dorotheae

Sunset Bells – see Chrysothemis pulchella

Surfactants – 4(31)

Surinam Cherry – see Eugenia uniflora

Surinam Powder Puff – see Calliandra surinamensis

Surinam Purslane – see Talinum triangulare; Talinum fruticosum

Surinam Quassia – see Quassia amara

Surinam Spinach – see Talinum triangulare

Sustainability – 1(20-23); 12(78-83); 13(13)

Swainsona – 32(26)

Swainsona galegifolia – 34(27)

Swallowwort – see Cynanchum leptolepis; Cynanchum ovalifolium

Swamp Banksia – see Banksia robur

Swamp Bloodwood – see Corymbia ptychocarpa

Swamp Box – see Lophostemon lactifluus

Swamp Cordyline – see Cordyline manners-suttoniae

Swamp Cypress – see Taxodium distichum

Swamp Foxtail – see Pennisetum alopecuroides

Swamp Foxtails – see Baloskion tetraphyllum

Swamp Hibiscus – see Hibiscus coccineus

Swamp Lily – see Crinum pedunculatum; Crinum angustifolium; Ottelia ovatifolia

Swamp Mahogany – 7(46); also see Lophostemon suaveolens

Swamp Mazus – see Mazus pumilio

Swamp Messmate – see Eucalyptus robusta

Swamp Orchid – see Phaius australis

Swamp Paperbark – see Melaleuca viridiflora

Swamp Ricegrass – see Leersia hexandra

Swan Flower – see Asclepias; Gomphocarpus

Swan River Daisy – see Brachyscome iberidifolia; Helipterum manglesii; Rhodanthe manglesii

Swanplant – seeGomphocarpus; Asclepias

Swede (vegetable) – see Brassica napus var. napobrassica

Sweet Alice – see Alyssum maritimum; Lobularia maritima

Sweet Alyssum – see Lobularia maritima

Sweet Bursaria – see Bursaria spinosa

Sweet Corn – 14(71); 15(69); 16(69); 26(60); also see Zea mays

Sweet Daphne – see Phaleria clerodendron

Sweet Garlic – see Tulbaghia simmleri; Tulbaghia fragrans

Sweet Gum – see Liquidamber styraciflua

Sweet Jasmine, Native – see Jasminum sauvissimum

Sweet Leaf – see Sauropus androgynus; Stevia rebaudiana

Sweet Mock Orange – see Philadelphus coronarius

Sweet Olive – see Osmanthus fragrans

Sweet Pea – see Lathyrus odoratus

Sweet Pittosporum – see Pittosporum undulatum

Sweet Potato – see Ipomoea batatas

Sweet Potato, Ornamental – see Ipomoea batatas

Sweet Sarsaparilla – see Smilax glyciphylla

Sweet Smother Grass – see Dactyloctenium australe

Sweet Viburnum – see Viburnum odoratissimum

Sweet Yam – see Dioscorea trifida

Swietenia Mahogany – 1(31)

Swiss Cheese Plant – see Monstera deliciosa

Sword Bean – see Canavalia gladiata

Swordtails (fish) – see Xiphophorus helleri

Syagrus romanzoffiana – 8(90); 10(45); 28(45); 29(13)

Sydney Green Wattle – see Acacia decurrens

Sydney Red Gum – see Angophora costata

Symphyotrichum novi-belgii – 18(68); 35(18)

Symphytum officinale – 16(54); 17(51); 31(53)

Symphytum officinale ‘Webster’s Giant’ – 14(53)

Synadenium grantii ‘Rubra’ – 7(38); renamed Euphorbia umbellata ‘Rubra’; should be Euphorbia bicompacta var. rubra

Syncarpia glomulifera – 5(69)

Synechanthus fibrosus – 2(19)

Syngonium – 30(13)

Syngonium ‘White Butterfly’ – 5(15)

Syngonium auritum – 5(15)

Syngonium podophyllum ‘Golden’ – 22(33)

Syngonium podophyllum ‘White Butterfly’ – 16(18)

Synsepalum dulcificum – 4(67); 11(85); 13(87); 15(59); 19(42, 58); 26(35)

Syringa vulgaris – 20(11)

Syzygium – 3(16); 4(26, 28); 5(69); 7(62); 10(72); 13(10, 12); 16(12, 13); 20(12); 23(47); 24(29); 28(19, 53); 29(14); 32(33, 45); 37(27)

Syzygium ‘Cascade’ – 6(24); 24(33); 33(87)

Syzygium alatoramulum – 10(55)

Syzygium anisatum – 14(38, 41, 60, 61); 27(23)

Syzygium aqueum – 12(65)

Syzygium australe – 6(29); 12(68); 14(27); 18(42); 22(46, 49)

Syzygium australe ‘Aussie Compact’ – 20(13)

Syzygium australe ‘Big Red’ – 21(31)

Syzygium australe ‘Bush Christmas’ – 21(31)

Syzygium australe ‘Hinterland Gold’ – 21(31)

Syzygium cumingii – 12(67) – should be Syzygium cumini

Syzygium cumini – 12(69)

Syzygium erythrocalyx – 5(17)

Syzygium francisii – 36(42, 45)

Syzygium hemilamprus ssp. hemilamprum – 11(73)

Syzygium leuhmannii – 1(78); 4(67); 9(62-63); 11(70-71, 73); 19(59); 22(49); 23(40); 33(87)

Syzygium malaccense – 20(78); 23(40)

Syzygium megacarpum – 23(36, 40)

Syzygium moorei – 3(86); 34(25); 36(34)

Syzygium nervosum – 2(73)

Syzygium paniculatum – 12(69)

Syzygium smithii ‘Forest Flame’ – 21(31)

Syzygium smithii ‘Sublime’ –– see Acmena smithii ‘Sublime’

Syzygium tierneyanum – 6(29)

Syzygium wilsonii – 3(84); 7(52); 10(69); 11(11); 17(12)

Syzygium wilsonii subsp. wilsonii – 33(87)

 

   

 

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