Welcome to Wildseed Tasmania, collectors, distributors
and exporters of the largest range of Tasmanian native seeds
Wildseed Tasmania supplies seed and spore from the widest
range of Tasmanian native trees, shrubs, grasses, ground
covers, climbers and ferns. You can see photographs of many
of these wonderful plants in the online Catalogue or on
the Gallery page.
Included in the Catalogue is a good range of native seeds
from the Australian mainland, along with a selection of
exotic species. Not all of these are listed so please Contact us
for further information. Specialist collections
are welcomed, provenance information is available and germination
tests can be arranged. We also stock a wide range of excellent Books on
Germination notes for Tasmanian flora (where known) are
We have available a comprehensive range of pre-packaged
Tasmanian seeds under our Seeds from Tasmania brand.
Packets are available for general sale at retail price.
also available for wholesale distribution to retail outlets such as nurseries, garden
centres and arboreta. Please contact us for further
information on this high quality, beautifully presented
product, or visit our Seeds from Tasmania page.
We have recently added new and exciting Collections
of seeds of wildflowers and
plants that attract frogs, honey
bees and native bees.
Where we are botanically speaking ...
Tasmania is the southern most and only island state of Australia, separated from the mainland by Bass Strait. Its territory, including Flinders Island, Cape Barren Island and other offshore islands, gives it a total area of 67,800sq. km. Hobart is the state capital and the largest city situated at latitude 43 degrees south.
Tasmania is mountainous and a central plateau slopes gradually southeast from a height of about 1000m. Being an island, Tasmania is spared extremes of weather.
Winter temperatures rarely drop below -7 degrees C. (in mountainous areas) and summer temperatures rarely exceed 35 degrees C. Rainfall ranges from 2000mm (+) in the west to less than 500mm in the east.
There are about 2000 species of flowering plants known to occur in Tasmania with more than 200 endemic species. The vegetation has two components, the Antarctic or Southern Oceanic Flora and the Australian Flora. Antarctic flora has close links with South America and New Zealand. Many plants belonging to this type of flora are endemic. The Australian floral type is characterised by Wattles (Acacia species), Pea flowers and Eucalyptus species, which Tasmania shares with the rest of southeast Australia.
Several types of vegetation are recognised: temperate rainforest or myrtle forest, sclerophyll or eucalypt forest (both dry and wet), montane vegetation, coastal heath and sedgeland.
Wildseed Nursery offers a diverse range of interesting
Tasmanian species and a contract growing service at very
reasonable rates. (Tasmania only - interstate enquiries
In addition to purchasing online, we also accept orders
by phone, fax or snail mail. Full details can be found on
our Ordering Information page.
If you require more information about our seeds, pre-packaged
seed packets or plants then please contact us.