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 Shrub - A to B

Agastachys odorata 'White Waratah'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Upright shrub to 3.0 metres. Strongly scented cream flowers in December.

Feature Codes: HIeJNTX
Seeds per gram: 880

Anopterus glandulosus 'Native Laurel'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Tall shrub 2.0 to 4.0 metres. Large glossy leaves. Long sprays of white (or pink) flowers in spring.

Feature Codes: DEFGPX
Seeds per gram: 800

Aotus ericoides 'Golden Pea'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Small bushy shrub to 1.0 metres. Small golden and red pea flowers in profusion in spring.

Feature Codes: ABCEHNP
Seeds per gram: 500

 
Apalochlamys spectabilis 'Native Tobacco'

Stout herb to 1.8 metres. Very large flower heads in summer. Pure seed.

Feature Codes: (B)CO
Seeds per gram:

Aristotelia peduncularis 'Heart Berry'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Open shrub usually 2.0 to 4.0 metres. Pendulous white flowers in late spring. Attractive heart-shaped white, pink, red or dark purple fruit.

Feature Codes: DEFGPX
Seeds per gram: 110

Asterotrichion discolor 'Native Hemp - Currajong'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Bushy upright shrub 2.5-3.0m height. Width 2.0-2.5m. Evergreen. Growth rate very fast. Use for screen, specimen. Full sun to part shade. Very frost hardy. Moderately drought resistant. Cream flowers in Winter. Very wind firm. Tip prune only.

Features: Extremely fast growth rate. Masses of perfumed flowers. Produces useable fibre. Suit waste water treatment systems.

 

Feature Codes: CDEPX
Seeds per gram: 210

Astroloma humisifusum 'Native Cranberry'

Prostrate shrub forming a dense prickly mat. Leaves blue-green tapering to sharp points. Bright red tubular flowers. Fruits succulent green berries.

Feature Codes: EKKbO
Seeds per gram: 20

Astroloma pinifolium 'Pine Heath' temporarily out of stock

Small shrub to 0.6 metres. Delicate pine-like foliage. Yellow tubular bells in autumn.

Feature Codes: BCPQ
Seeds per gram: 20

Atriplex cinerea 'Grey Saltbush'

Origin: Tas, Vic, NSW, SA, WA, Qld. Tasmanian provenance.

Spreading small shrub 0.6-1.0m height. Width 2.0-3.5m. Evergreen. Growth rate very fast. Use for shrubberies, bank cover, fodder. Any soil except wet. Very frost hardy. Drought proof. Extremely wind firm. Flowers in Spring. Pruning only required to control spread.

Features: Silver foliage. Tasmanian Bush Tucker. Very nutritious animal fodder. Will grow inland or on the coast. Will tolerate salt wind and soils.

Feature Codes: AEOQS
Seeds per gram: 140

Baeckea gunniana 'Baeckea'

Small dense shrub to 1.5 metres. Small white flowers in summer. All parts aromatic.

Feature Codes: EHJNP
Seeds per gram: 5000+

Bauera rubioides 'Bauera'

Wiry shrub forming dense tangles through other vegetation. Flowers pink or white over long periods through spring/summer.

Feature Codes: DEFGHIeNP

Bedfordia linearis 'Slender Blanketleaf'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Shrub or small tree. Yellow flowers on branch ends in summer. Sold as pure seed.

Feature Codes: CEFNOPX
Seeds per gram: 1420

Bedfordia salicina 'Tasmanian Blanketleaf'

Shrub to small tree 2.0 to 5.0 metres. Leaves broader than B. linearis. Flowers in spring/summer. Sold as pure seed. Endemic.

Feature Codes: DEF
Seeds per gram: 1520

Bellendena montana 'Mountain Rocket'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Shrub to 0.6 metres. Summer flowers white with showy red or yellow seed heads.

Feature Codes: HJNX**
Seeds per gram: 10

Beyeria viscosa 'Pinkwood'

Upright shrub to small tree 2.0 to 9.0 metres. Globular fruits purplish when young.

Feature Codes: CEDFPS
Seeds per gram: 21

Boronia anemonifolia 'Sticky Boronia'

Highly aromatic shrub to 1.5 metres. Pale pink flowers in spring.

Feature Codes: BCO(P)
Seeds per gram: 470

Boronia citriodora 'Lemon Scented Boronia'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Small shrub to 0.8m. Flowers pale pink. Strong lemon scented leaves when crushed. Flowers in summer.

Feature Codes: BCJNOX

Bossiaea cinerea 'Showy Bossia'

Origin: Tas, Vic, NSW, SA. Tasmanian provenance.

Erect small shrub to 1.0m height. Width 1.0-1.5m. Evergreen. Growth rate fast. Use for garden beds, borders shrubberies. Any soils except very wet. Best in sand. Full sun to part shade. Very frost hardy. Drought proof. Very wind firm. Yellow and red flowers in Spring. Tip prune if required to shape.

Features: Yellow and red flowers give an orange effect. Habitat species for small mammals.

Feature Codes: ABCEOP
Seeds per gram: 80

Bossiaea cordigera 'Wiry Bossia'

Scrambling prostrate shrub with small bright green heart-shaped leaves. Solitary golden pea flowers on long erect stalks. Often grows in damp situations.

Feature Codes: DEIcNP
Seeds per gram: 100

Bossiaea riparia 'Leafless Bossia'

Variable shrub from spreading undershrub to erect shrub to 2.0 metres. Flattened stems and almost leafless. Yellow and red flowers in spring.

Feature Codes: BCDEHJKbcNOP

Bursaria spinosa 'Prickly Box'

Origin: All Australian states.

Bushy upright shrub 2.5 - 4.0m height. 2.0 -3.0m width. Evergreen. Growth rate medium. Use for screen, windbreak, paddock shelter. Full sun. Very frost hardy. Extremely drought resistant. Very wind firm. Masses of white flowers late Spring to early Summer. Prune as required - will tolerate a very hard prune . Can be trimmed as a hedge.

Features: Bird attracting. Bee attracting (useful honey species). Highly perfumed.

Feature Codes: ABCENOS
Seeds per gram: 500

  Euronyrtus (Baeckea) ramosissima 'Rosy Heathmyrtle'

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The feature codes used above are as follows:

A Coastal exposure; beach frontage, dunes or cliffs.  J Sub-alpine to alpine; Areas above montane, often treeless.
B Coastal heath; sandy soils, high wind exposure, low nutrient levels.  K Grasslands.
C Dry sclerophyll forest; rocky, poor soil types; very good drainage, low rainfall.  Ka Coastal dune systems.
D Riverbank and riparian; associated with streams and rivers.  Kb Lowland savannah; open grassland and grassy open forests.
E Widespread; distributed over much of the state.  Kc Montane grasslands, heaths and herbfields.
F Wet sclerophyll/eucalyptus forest; deep fertile soils; rainfall 1000-1500mm per year.  Kd Alpine tussock grasslands and herbfields.
G Temperate rainforest, myrtle forest; rainfall in excess of 1500mm per year.  N Frost hardy; tolerant of frosts to at least minus 7.0 degrees C.
H Montane; plateau vegetation including high altitude eucalyptus forests.  O Drought tolerant.
I Swamps and bogs.  P Shade tolerant; indicates tolerance of full or partial (P) shade.
Ia Coastal saltmarsh; dominated by succulents, grasses and sedges; very saline.  Q Edible; various plant parts.
Ib Brackish coastal and estuarine.  R Poisonous (where known).
Ic Freshwater swamps and soaks.  S Pioneer species.
Id Moving water (freshwater).  T Tolerant of poor drainage.
Ie Buttongrass sedgelands; poor drainage; high fire frequency; high rainfall.  U Salt tolerant.
If Alpine moors and bogs.  X Tasmanian endemic species.