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Plant list by botanical name - Eucalypts

Click on the species name to get further information and pictures of the plant.

We also have a handy key to (nearly) all of the Tasmanian eucalypts called 'Eucaflip' in stock for $10.00.

The prices shown are for plants in tubes (upper) and 140 mm diameter pots (lower). Larger sizes are available for many species.

 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V W X Z     Acacia     Eucalyptus

Species Name Common Name Description Price
Eucalyptus amygdalina Black Peppermint Endemic to Tasmania, where it grows in the east and north. Expect 12-15m in poor soils - up to 25m in better sites. Attractive fine foliage and grey-brown bark. A durable timber for posts. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus archeri Alpine Cider Gum Tasmanian endemic tree to 10 m occurring naturally in only two highland regions of NE Tasmania. Attractive juvenile foliage. Very cold hardy. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus barberi Barber's Gum Occuring only in a small area on dry hills in eastern Tasmania. Expect 8-15m, with well displayed white flowers in late winter. Can grow in a mallee form with multiple trunks. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus brookeriana Brooker's Gum Endemic to Tasmania, this gum will grow from 18-40m, with a dense pyramidal habit and deep green leaves. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus coccifera Tasmanian Snow Gum Endemic to Tasmania's central and southern mountains. At high altitude it can be quite stunted, reaching greater heights in valleys. Expect 10-15m. Attractive bark.Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus cordata ssp cordata Eastern Silver Gum Cold-hardy endemic Tasmanian shrub or small tree growing 1-3 m. Attractive silver foliage and large white flowers. Prefers dry to average sites in full sun or part shade. Patchy distribution from Hobart to the east coast. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus cordata ssp quadrangulosa Western Silver Gum A dense growing, silvery foliaged gum, with a pyramidal habit, from 10-15m. Endemic to only small areas of Tasmanias south east including Snug Tiers and Mt Wellington. Bushy from the ground up. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus dalrympleana Mountain White Gum A gum to 25m from hilly and mountain areas of the central and north-east of the state. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus delegatensis Gum-topped Stringybark A fast growing, tall gum from moist forests and mountain slopes. Expect 25-50m. Used for construction timber, joinery and pulp. Handsome foliage. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus globulus Tasmanian Blue Gum A fast growing, tall gum occuring naturally in south-east Tasmania and growing from 25-50m. Tasmania's floral emblem. Juvenile foliage is blue-grey. Large gum nuts. A useful timber tree. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus gunnii Cider Gum Endemic to Tasmania's central highlands, a cold hardy tree to 18m. The attractive juvenile foliage is valued for flower arranging. The sweet sap was tapped by the aboriginals to make an alcoholic beverage. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus johnstonii Yellow Gum Endemic to moist mountain slopes in south-eastern Tasmania. Features a yellow-green trunk and shiny leathery leaves. Expect a height of 18-40m. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus morrisbyi Morrisby's Gum Very rare, and localised in south-east Tasmania. An attractive grey foliaged tree to 12-18m, with a smooth white-grey trunk. Well suited to dry and coastal plantings. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus nebulosa Serpentine Peppermint Recently described species from nutrient-poor soils in western Tasmania. In the wild grows with a bluish foliage and a crooked habit to 5 m. Likely to grow larger in better soils. Moist conditions. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus nitida Smithton Peppermint Widespread in western Tasmania, where it grows as a small stunted tree in harsh conditions, but much larger in better sites. Fine foliage, grey bark on the trunk and a height of 10-18m. Tolerates poor soils and wet sites. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus obliqua Stringybark A vigorous tree growing from 15-40m, depending on soils and moisture. Large, dark green leaves and deep brown, stringy bark up the trunk and main branches. A useful timber tree. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus ovata Swamp Gum Well suited to cold, poorly drained sites. A medium height tree from 10-18m, with persistant bark up part of the trunk. Occurs in eastern and northern Tasmania. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus pauciflora Cabbage Gum/ Weeping Gum Usually a stocky small to medium tree, 10-15m, with a white trunk, often twisted, and the branches sometimes pendulous. Very cold hardy. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus perriniana Spinning Gum A small, cold hardy tree to 12m, occuring in isolated pockets in the southern midlands. The rounded blue-grey leaves are retained well into adulthood. Has a clean white or off-white trunk. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus pulchella White Peppermint A graceful, fine foliaged tree to 15m, with a clean trunk. Endemic to south eastern Tasmania and well suited to dry and well drained sites. Not too big for most gardens, due to its light crown. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus regnans Mountain Ash / Swamp Gum The tallest hardwood in the world. Expect 40-60m. Used widely for timber and pulp. Occurs in southern and north eastern Tasmania. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus risdonii Risdon Peppermint A small to medium tree, 8-15m, endemic to Tasmania, and localised to dry hills east of the Derwent River. Characterised by blue-grey foliage and twisted, clean trunks. Used for cut foliage. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus rodwayi Swamp Peppermint Endemic to cold, wet sites in central and eastern Tasmania, where it grows from 10-15m, with rough bark persisting on the trunk and main branches. Often bushy close to the ground. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus rubida Candlebark A tree to 25m with decorative bark. Occuring mainly in the southern midlands in Tasmania, it is cold and drought hardy. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus sieberi Tasmanian Ironbark In Tasmania, found only in the north east. A tree from 15-25m, with dark, hard bark. Used for firewood and timber. Attractive reddish colourations in the new growth. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus subcrenulata Alpine Yellow Gum An endemic Tasmanian gum, found on the mid-western and southern mountains. Growing from 15-25m, in an open position it is usually bushy to the ground, and thus an excellent windbreak. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus tenuiramis Silver Peppermint A distinctive tree, endemic to south eastern Tasmania, growing well on poor, dry soils. A white trunk, bluish young growth, and often a pendulous habit, are features of this tree, growing from 12-20m. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus urnigera Urn Gum Endemic to mountain slopes of south eastern Tasmania, the Urn Gum will grow from 10-25m, depending on its situation. Recommended for moist areas. Urn-shaped gum nuts. Images. $3.25
$9.95
Eucalyptus vernicosa Varnished Gum A rare endemic gum from mountains in Tasmani's west and south. Grows as a shrub or small tree to 3 m with thick glossy leaves. On the smallest-growing eucalypts. It requires a moist situation and is cold and wind hardy. Rarely available. Images. $8.95
$18.50
Eucalyptus viminalis White Gum Widespread through eastern and northern Tasmania, the White Gum will grow from 20-45m, depending on the site. With a clean, white trunk, this species provides habitat for Forty-spotted Pardalotes. Images. $3.25
$9.95

 

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