Plants of Tasmania Nursery

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Plant list by botanical name - N

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

The prices shown are for plants in tubes and 140 mm pots. Larger sizes are available for many species.

The Garden Hardiness (G) and Pot Suitability (P) ratings refer to the reliability and suitability of plants to being grown in the garden and pots. For more information, click here.

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Species Name Common Name Description Price
Nematolepis squamea Satinwood A shiny-leaved large shrub to 3-5 m for moist, cool sites. Starry white flowers in spring. Images G4-8, P5-8. $5.95
Nematolepis squamea ssp retusa Small-leaved Satinwood A shrub to 2 m with shiny leaves and starry white flowers in spring. Endemic to Tasmania. Images G5-9, P5-9. $4.95
Neopaxia australasica Mountain Purslane Prostrate, mat-forming plant with dense green to reddish leaves and white flowers in summer. Does best in moist or wet conditions. Images G4-8, P5-8. $4.95
Notelaea ligustrina Native Olive Slow growing large shrub or small tree to 3-6 m. Shiny leaves and small berries. Suitable for most sites, but likes extra water. Images G5-9, P5-9. $5.95
Nothofagus cunninghamii Myrtle Exquisitely foliaged large shrub or tree, often with bronze coloured new growth in late spring. Expect 5m or more, but is readily pruned. Prefers a moist, cool site. Great for pot, or bonsai. Images G5-9, P6-9. $5.95
Nothofagus gunnii Fagus/Deciduous Beech/Tanglefoot Tasmania's iconic, winter deciduous shrub. Endemic to Tasmania but not easy to propagate or grow. Probably best in a pot, unless you have a cold garden. Slow growing. Rarely available. Images G2-6, P4-7. POA


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