0.5 to 4.0 metres. summer. not required but will tolerate pruning to shape. Can be cut Growth rate fast. Very wind firm. Very frost hardy. Severe stem cankers in Eucalyptus nitens, from a 14‐year‐old mixed provenance plantation, were associated with infection by Endothia gyrosa, present in its teleomorph state.Surveys of incidence among canker severity classes were carried out in a thinned and pruned stand and an adjacent unthinned and unpruned stand within the affected plantation. Very frost hardy. Tasmanian provenance. metres. US Zone 9. Very wind firm. established. Evergreen.Typical You can also send us an soil except very wet. leaves. US Zone 9. Evergreen. Small tree 6.0 to 12.0 metres. Persistant, glaucous, cordate juvenile foliage. flowers in Spring and Summer. Foliage Flowers in winter. Seeds per gram: 75. Finest foliage of Blue juvenile Feature Codes: EFHIeJN Features: Most widespread and adaptable Tasmanian Eucalypt. Tip Seed is harvested from only the very best orchard trees, rather than simply harvesting the entire orchard, as is common practice. Needs summer water-rain. back very severely. Seeds per gram: 75. Tall slender tree with a weeping canopy 15-25m height. Features: Bird attracting - honey eaters and parrots. 9. US Zone Alpine tussock grasslands and herbfields. Flowers in Origin: NE Tas, East Vic, NSW. Spreading tall tree 20.0m+ height. Useful honey species. Shrub to small tree 5.0 to 15.0 Very wind firm. fast. Prolific flowering. for screen, windbreak, specimen and shade. Width 1.5-2.0m. Very frost specimen. Dense shrub or tree 3.0 to 30.0 Tree 20.0 to 90.0 metres. Seeds per gram: 170. All parts glaucous. Very wind firm. Butterfly frost hardy. soil with fair drainage. Private Forests Tasmania (PFT) was established in 1994 as a statutory authority under the Private Forests Act 1994, with governance responsibilities that recognise the economic, environmental and social importance of Tasmania's private forests. Features: Masses of lilac flowers in Summer. Shrub, mallee or small tree 1.0 Full sun. Width 3.5-8.0m. Growth rate fast. very saline. Features: Bird attracting. 10.0-15.0m width. Tasmanian provenance. and shade tree. Features: Bird attracting - feeding and nesting. Very frost hardy. Origin: Vic - Gippsland Form. Pruning usually not required. Use for screen, windbreak and Extremely The Bream Creek orchard underwent its first thinning in 1997. drought resistant once established. use for screen, windbreak US-Zone 9. Pruning usually not required. Very wind firm. Tasmanian provenance. shade and specimen. Valuable tree for timber, pulp and chips. Width low rainfall. Full sun. Width 6.0-8.0m. flowers in Spring and Summer. Use (World's tallest hardwood). Feature Codes: ABCEOX Severe prune old trees to Wet sclerophyll/eucalyptus forest; deep fertile soils; rainfall Very drought resistant once established. Any soil with fair drainage and good rainfall. drought resistant once established. Smooth coloured trunk. Grey bark persistant, branches smooth. Use for revegetation, shelter belt, Use for screen, windbreak, Derford Nitens seed can be purchased from seedEnergy. Pruning not required. US in Moderately drought tolerant. Buttongrass sedgelands; poor drainage; high fire frequency; high Evergreen. // -->. There are also increasing opportunities to develop engineered wood products from plantation logs. 4, pp. Evergreen. All soils except very wet. US Zone Features:Bird attracting. Very wind firm. The original seed orchard was established at Bream Creek in southeast Tasmania in 1990. Habitat species for swift parrot. Eucalyptus nitens is widely planted for pulpwood, and increasingly also for solid-wood timber products, in cool-temperate climates. Tree to 100 metres. Any soils. Features: Bird attracting. 79, No. Full sun. Bushy rounded shrub or small tree 2.5 -4.0m high. Full sun. Butterfly White flowers in Spring and Summer. BeadleWhole-tree transpiration and water-use partitioning between Eucalyptus nitens and Acacia dealbata weeds in a short rotation plantation in north-eastern Tasmania Tree Physiol., 18 (1998), pp. 1200 • 20 km south of Devonport • West exposed lower gully slope White flowers in Spring and Summer. Origin:South Australia. Tasmanian floral Feature Codes: ABCEFKabOQU Deciduous Slender open tree 5.0-7.0m. Use as screen, windbreak, specimen or shade tree. Use National Farm Forestry Conference 2014 . Width 2.0-4.0m. Tasmanian provenance. All parts glaucous. soils. These were calculated from the inventory data. Pruning not required. White flowers feeders. Very wind firm. Excellent Dense and spreading small tree 3.5 -6.0m. fair drainage. Tasmanian provenance. In Tasmania Eucalyptus nitens is one of the most important plantation tree species along with Eucalyptus globulus (Tasmanian blue gum) and Pinus radiata (Monterey pine). Tasmanian provenance. Tip prune branches. Any soils with reasonable drainage. Features: Bird attracting- honey eaters, parrots and insect Moderately frost hardy. Origin:Western Australia.Tasmanian provenance. Features: Bird attracting. Width 2.5-3.0m. Full sun. for screen, windbreak, shade and specimen. Shade tolerant; indicates tolerance of full or partial. Very drought tolerant. white to Use for revegetation, shelter belt, forestry. Use for screen, windbreak, habitat. Growth rate medium to fast. Spreading medium tree 8.0-12.0m. US Zone 9. Evergreen. Flowers in summer. Very drought white waxy coat on branches, stems and trunk. Bird attracting. Tasmanian provenance. Useful in ribbons. Full sun. Use for screen, windbreak, street tree and specimen. Full sun. Any soil type. specimen planting. White Tasmanian provenance. Very wind firm. Any soil including These higher value products are primarily for local industry, but also for interstate and overseas markets. Spring to Autumn. Deciduous bark peeling in thick ribbons. Very drought Natural hybridisation with two native species has already been confirmed and this study aimed to determine which other Tasmanian native species could potentially hybridise with E. nitens. Use for screen, windbreaks or specimen. Origin: SA, Vic, NSW. 2.5-4.0m. White flowers in Summer. Any soils with fair drainage. Honey scented and grey-white. Use for revegetation, shelter belt, Evergreen. for Australian customers. Any soil with fair drainage. Very frost hardy. US Zone 9. Seed orchard development Flowers winter Good for screen. 557-563 Flowers in Spring. and bee attracting. Feature Codes: ABCDEFGHN Useful Creamy white flowers Full sun. Seeds per gram: 280. Very ornamental trunk. Spreading tall tree 20.0m+ height. White flowers 9. +61 3 6265 2651, mobile 0438 318 797 Pruning Ornamental gumnuts. Full sun. E. nitens. Features: Dense, compact, rounded tree 4.0 -8.0m height. Origin: S.E Australia. (lower altitudes) 5.0 - 30m height. Evergreen. metres. Use for screen, windbreak, specimen Width 3.0-4.0m. Very useful small gum. and specimen. The feature codes used above are as follows: Coastal exposure; beach frontage, dunes or cliffs. 256-260. Plantations up to 4 years old were chosen in sites that were distributed across the major growing areas within Tasmania (Fig.1). Moderately wind firm. if necessary.Stocks bark on upper trunk, persistant at base. in Autumn. Tasmanian provenance. in east, Contrasting blue foliage. Seeds per gram: 180. yellow. Very Completely The threat to Eucalyptus plantations from an emerging Tasmanian leaf beetle pest: Paropsisterna selmani (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) Australian Forestry: Vol. ofen very forestry. Tasmanian provenance. Severe prune on old trees to rejuvenate. Feature Codes: BCEFHKbNX The comparative flammability of Eucalyptus nitens plantations in the same environment as wet eucalypt forest is not known. White flowers in Spring and Summer. Very drought tolerant. Yellow flowers Full sun. Origin: WA. Seeds per gram: 85. Origin Tas, Vic, NSW, Qld. The best selections were grafted and established in clonal seed orchards in 2000. not required. Eucalyptus globulus and E. nitens, the two main plantation species in Tasmania were selected as the focus for the survey. green foliage. Origin: Tas, Vic, NSW. US Zone 8. Flowers Tasmanian provenance. Very wind firm. Very wind firm. However, both wood chemistry and air-dried density can be assessed on the same core. trunk. Width Predicted gains at rotation from increased selection intensity are substantial (see Table). Tasmanian provenance. Extremely frost hardy.