Hawthorndene and Adelaide, Investigator Press (Volume 1) and the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and State Herbarium (Volume 2), 1986 and 1991. John Black (1855-1951) was a reporter who turned to botany relatively late in life; he emigrated to South Australia in 1877.
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London, King Penguin, 1947.
Adelaide, South Australian Museum, 1980 and 1982.
London, Penguin Books, 1950. With 16 plates from seventeenth-century water colours by Alexander Marshal. King Penguin Number 44.
London, John Lane: The Bodley Head, 1901. With the pencilled inscription (dated 4 September 1936) of a member of the Reynell family. Volume V. in the Handbooks of Practical Gardening.
Edinburgh, Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1897. Science Talks to Young Thinkers series.
[Adelaide], Woods and Forests Department, . Woods and Forests Department Bulletin 25.
[Adelaide], Woods and Forests Department, 1981 [revised second edition]/ 1972. Woods and Forests Department Bulletin 19.