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  Trees - non Eucalypt

Acradenia franklinii 'Whitey Wood' temporarily out of stock

Uncommon rainforest tree. Dark green leaves with creamy white flowers in Spring. Rare.

Feature Codes: G,D,P,X

Atherosperma moschatum 'Sassafras'

Origin: Tasmanian provenance.

Very dense conical tall tree 10.0-20.0m height. Width 2.0-6.0m. Evergreehn. 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. Very wind firm. White flowers in Summer. Prune as required for shape. Will tolerate severe pruning if required.

Features: Aromatic flowers and leaves. Renowned timber tree. Useful honey species.

Feature Codes: EFGHPSTQ(bark)
Seeds per gram: 225

Brachychiton populneus
Elaeocarpus reticulatus 'Blueberry Ash'

Large shrub to small tree. Masses of pendulous white flowers in spring to early summer followed by ornamental blue berries.

Feature Codes: DFP
Seeds per gram:

Eucryphia lucida 'Leatherwood'

Origin: Tasmanian Endemic.

Tall shrub to tree 8.0 to 12.0 metres.Leathery leaves, large cream flowers. Nectar source for honey. Flowers in summer.

Feature Codes: DEFGPX
Seeds per gram: 600

Eucryphia milliganii 'Dwarf Leatherwood'

Shrub to 8.0m. (usually less). As for E. lucida, but flowers and leaves are smaller. Endemic.

Feature Codes: DEFGPX
Seeds per gram: 650

Pittosporum bicolor 'Cheesewood or Tallow-wood'

Small tree to 10 metres. Leaves elliptical. Bell-shaped yellow or red flowers in spring. Ornamental.

Feature Codes: ABDEFGH(J)NP
Seeds per gram: 120

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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.