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Micrantheum hexandrum 'River Trident-Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Erect compact shrub to 2.5 metres. Massed yellow-cream flowering in spring.

Feature Codes: DP
Seeds per gram: 160

Myoporum insulare 'Boobialla'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Tall shrub to 2.0 metres. Small white flowers in spring.summer. Purplish fruits.

Feature Codes: ABQU
Seeds per gram: 30

Nematolepis squamea (Phebalium squameum) 'Lancewood or Satinwood'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Shrub or small tree to 12.0 metres. Leathery leaves silvery underneath. Small white flowers.

Feature Codes: DEFGPSX

Notoelaea ligustrina 'Native Olive'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Tall shrub or small tree to 10.0 metres. Olive green leaves, small white flowers in spring. White, red, pink or purple fruit.

Feature Codes: DEFP
Seeds per gram: 30

 
Odixia angusta 'Aromatic Odixia'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Small to medium shrub 1.0-3.0m height. Width 0.5-1.0m. Evergreen. Use for native gardens, specimen. Most soils except very wet. Moderately frost tolerant. Drought resistant once established. Full sun to part shade. White flowers in Spring to Summer.

Features: Young growth yellow. Light pruning beneficial to shape.

Olearia algida 'Alpine Daisy Bush, Kerosene Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Small shrub. Young branches and leaves covered by short hairs, White flowers in spring. Highly aromatic.

Feature Codes: KcKdN

Olearia argophylla 'Musk'

Origin: Tas, Vic, NSW

Very dense rounded shrub 3.0m -5.0m height. Width -3.0m-4.0m. Evergreen. Growth rate fast. Use for screen, clipped or informal hedge, shade. Any moist soil. Full sun to heavy shade. Very frost hardy. Not drought resistant. Needs ample water. Not wind firm. Best in a sheltered spot. Large white flowerheads in Summer. Prune as required for shape. Will tolerate severe pruning if required.

Features:

Very old plants yield sensational timber. Leaves very ornamental in breeze. Useful honey species.

Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: EFHPT

Olearia hookeri 'Crimson Tip Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Small shrub to 1.0 metres. Small leaves. Flowerheads are bluish-purple in spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: CX

Olearia ledifolia 'Rock Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Small shrub to 0.5 metres. Plant covered in silver-brown hairs. Large white 'daisies' in summer. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: HJX

Olearia lirata 'Dusty Daisy Bush'

Orign: Tas, Vic, NSW.

Upright slender shrub 2.0 -3.5m height. Width 1.2 -1.8m. Evergreen. Growth rate fast. Use for revegetation, background, habitat. Any moist soil. Full sun to heavy shade. Very frost hardy. Very drought tolerant. Not wind firm. Best in a sheltered spot. White flowers in Spring. Prune as required for shape. Will tolerate severe pruning if required. Sold with pappus.

Features: Butterfly attracting.

Feature Codes: EFGP

 
Olearia myrsinoides 'Silky Daisybush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Spreading low to medium shrub 0.3-1.5m height. Width 1.0-1.5m. Evergreen. Use for native gardens, shrubberies. All soils except very wet. White flowers in late Spring to Summer.Branchlets covered in whitish hairs. Full sun to part shade. Frost tolerant. Drought resistant once established. Tip prune after flowering.

Features: Honey scented flowers.

Olearia obcordata 'Heartleaf Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Small shrub to 0.5 metres. White 'daisy' flowers in spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: HIeJKcNTX

Olearia phlogopappa 'Alpine Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Shrub. Greyish leaves and stems. White (blue or pink) flowers in spring. Sold with pappus. Endemic.

Feature Codes: BCDEFHP

Olearia pinifolia 'Prickly Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Upright rigid shrub to 2.0 metres. Leaves stiff and narrow. Prominent heads of brilliant white flowers in spring. Seed sold with pappus. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: HJKdNX

Olearia ramulosa 'Twiggy Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Shrub to 2.0 metres. Leaves variable. Small white flowers in spring/summer. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: BCEKbOP

Olearia stellulata 'Sawleaf Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Open shrub to 3.0 metres. White 'daisy' flowers in spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: EF(G)PS

Olearia tasmanica ' Western Alpine Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Dense shrub to 1.0m. Shiny green leaves are silky reddish brown on the underside.White flowers in Spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: Kc,N,X,H

Olearia viscosa 'Viscid Daisy Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Shrub 1.0 to 2.0 metres. Shiny green leaves, silver on the underside. Cream-white flowers in spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: EFHNPX

Orites acicularis 'Yellow Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Shrub 0.5 to 1.50 metres. Yellow-green foliage, spiny. Creamy white flowers in spring.

Feature Codes: EHIefKcdNTX

Orites diversifolia 'Variable Orites'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Erect shrub to 2.0 metres. Leaves varied in shape. Flowers creamy white in spring.

Feature Codes: FGHNPX
Seeds per gram:

Orites revoluta 'Revolute Orites'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Dense shrub 0.5 to 1.5 metres. Covering of dense brown hairs on young growth. Leaves dark green. Flowers creamy yellow in spring.

Feature Codes: EHIefJKcdNTX

Oxylobium arborescens 'Tall Shaggy Pea'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Similar to O. ellipticum but has longer, narrower leaves. Tall shrub. Golden yellow flowers in spring.

Feature Codes: (B)CD(E)FHJNP

Oxylobium ellipticum 'Golden Rosemary'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Shrub to 2.5 metres. Dark green leaves. Golden pea flowers in spring/summer.

Feature Codes: (B)CDEFHJNP
Seeds per gram: 240

 
Ozothamnus costatifructus 'East Coast Everlasting'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Evergreen shrub 1.0-3.0m height. Use for native gardens, shrubberies, low screen, specimen. All soils except very wet. Full sun to part shade. Moderately frost hardy. Moderately drought tolerant. Creamy white flowerheads in Summer. Tip prune only for shape.

Features: Rare and unusual. Butterfly attracting.

Ozothamnus ericifolius 'Heathy Everlasting'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Small upright shrub. Tiny white flowers in spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: (F)HKcNX

Ozothamnus ferrugineus 'False Dolly Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Shrub or small tree up to 5.0 metres. Narrow dark green leaves. Masses of rounded white flower heads in spring. Seeds sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: CDE(F)KbNOS

 
Ozothamnus ferrugineus 'False Dolly Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Pure seed

Ozothamnus hookeri 'Kerosene Bush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Shrub, upright habit. Resembles small pine. Young branches white. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: EHJKcNX

 
Ozothamnus ledifolius 'Mountain Spice'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species. US hardiness zone 7-9.

Evergreen shrub 1.0m height. Width 1.0m. Use for rock gardens, small shrubberies. Most soils except very wet. Frost tolerant . Drought resistant once established. Pink - white flowers in Summer.

Features: Very fragrant flowers. Butterfly attracting. Bird attracting.

 

 
Ozothamnus lycopodioides 'Clubmoss Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Dwarf evergreen shrub with spreading branches. Use for native gardens. Most soils with good drainage. Full sun to part shade. White flowers in Spring and Summer. Frost hardy. Responds well to pruning for shape.

Features: Rare. Butterfly attracting.

Ozothamnus obcordatus 'Grey Everlasting'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Shrub to 1.0 metres. Small heart-shaped leaves. Yellow flowers in spring/summer. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: CEO

 
Ozothamnus obcordatus 'Grey Everlasting'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Pure seed

Ozothamnus purpurascens 'Columnar Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Columnar shrub 1.0 to 2.0 metres. Narrow leaves. Buds purplish-pink. Cream flowers in summer. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: COX

 
Ozothamnus purpurascens 'Columnar Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Pure seed

 
Ozothamnus reticulatus 'Veined Everlasting'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

 
Ozothamnus rodwayi 'Silvery Alpine Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Ozothamnus rosmarinifolius 'Swamp Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Shrub 1.0 to 3.0 metres. Slender erct branches. Buds white and red. White flowers in spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: E(F)HIceNT

Ozothamnus scutellifolius 'Buttonleaf Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian endemic species.

Small shrub. Tiny 'shield-like' sticky leaves pressed close to the stem. Yellow-white flowers in spring. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: COX

Ozothamnus thyrsoideus 'Arching Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Shrub to small tree. White flowers in summer. Aromatic. Pure seed. Sold with pappus.

Feature Codes: EFHNPS
Seeds per gram: 1500+

 
Ozothamnus thyrsoideus 'Arching Everlastingbush'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Pure seed

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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.