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Horticulture and Landscape Design: Getting Started

Welcome to our Library guide to horticulture resources.


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Overview of our resources

The Libraries provide students and staff with a variety of resources to assist with study, research and assignments.

Books/Video : You can search Supersearch (our catalogue) for books, ebooks, dvds, cds.

Journals : We subscribe to some print journals and magazines but also provide access to thousands of online journals and newspapers. You can also find these titles and articles using Supersearch.

Databases : Our databases are collections of journal articles, newspaper articles, conference papers, dissertations, theses, images, video, even ebooks.  Access these collections directly, from the Find Information page of our Library website.  

Web links : Access current and reliable information from various Government and non-government websites related to your studies.

Online Reference Resources



MyEnvironment is a free application that lists environmental assets and heritage sites in your suburb or surrounds.

Anyone with an Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can download MyEnvironment for free and use it to search for information about heritage sites, wetlands, national parks and protected plants and animals in any Australian location.


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Helen Martin
South Metropolitan TAFE
Murdoch Campus Library
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