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Eucalyptus fastigata (PLUG grown)

Brown barrel Ht 40-60m

New South Wales tablelands to E. Victoria. Tall forest evergreen tree. stringybark over whole trunk. Stable timber prized for decorative flooring. Potential for large volume carbon credits. Recovers well from fire. Healthy over most of NZ. Recommend planting in early Spring after chance of frosts.

Picture name: 
EUCNIT
Species id: 
5329
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Evergreen
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attractive flowers or catkins
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • Container Grown
  • Forestry species
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $4.60
    $2.95
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Eucalyptus regnans (PLUG grown)

Mountain ash Ht 50m

Tallest hardwood tree, native to mountain ranges of Southern Victoria and Tasmania. Grows on fertile soils with regular rainfall. Higher altitude origins tolerate snow and frost. Valuable pale timber for interior building. Flowers in summer. Recommend planting in early Spring after chance of frosts.

Picture name: 
EUCNIT
Species id: 
3819
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Evergreen
  • Attractive flowers or catkins
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • Container Grown
  • Forestry species
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $4.60
    $2.95
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Eucalyptus obliqua (PLUG grown)

Messmate stringy bark Ht 30-60m

Coastal Victoria and most of Tasmania. Tall forest tree with rough fibrous bark, pale timber that saws and seasons well. Recommend planting in early Spring after chance of frosts.

Picture name: 
EUCNIT
Species id: 
3818
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Evergreen
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • Container Grown
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $4.60
    $2.95
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Eucalyptus sphaerocarpa (PLUG grown)

Blackdown stringybark Ht 35-45m

Tall evergreen forest tree from Blackdown Tableland at 1000m altitude west of Rockhampton. See NZ Farm Forestry article on this very ground durable species. Dean Satchell says it is growing in the north of the South Island. Suggest a warm well drained site. Recommend planting in early Spring after chance of frosts.

Picture name: 
EUCNIT
Species id: 
7809
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Evergreen
  • Attractive flowers or catkins
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • Container Grown
  • Forestry species
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $4.60
    $2.95
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Eucalyptus globoidea (PLUG grown)

White Stringy Bark Ht 30-40m

S.E.Australia. Tall rough barked ground durable Eucalypt with proven good sawing and drying properties. Very hard, heavy, attractive timber. Grows well on hill country where temperatures do not go below -5C. Recommend planting in early Spring after chance of frosts.

Picture name: 
EUCNIT
Species id: 
6753
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Evergreen
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Timber
  • Firewood
  • Container Grown
  • Forestry species
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $4.60
    $2.95
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Quercus texana

Nuttall's oak Ht 20-30m

Southern-central USA to 200m a.s.l.. Fast growing large broad crowned deciduous tree, with red colours in late autumn. Grows on wet, heavy soils with a deep root syatem. Known also as Texas red oak, probably best in the milder parts of NZ. Rare, but promising in NZ.

Picture name: 
QUECAN
Species id: 
5384
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Deciduous
  • Tolerates wet sites
  • Attractive autumn colours - red
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $7.00
    $3.75
  • 40-60cm

    $7.90
    $4.50
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Sequoia sempervirens 1/0

Californian redwood Ht 35-45m

Narrowly conical evergreen. Prefers deep soil in sheltered sites, will grow to upper slopes mixed with Douglas fir. Doing well on P. radiata cutover. Use one year seedlings only on sites with minimal frost, good weed control essential.

Picture name: 
LARDEC
Species id: 
5022
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
No
Group conifers: 
Yes
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Evergreen
  • Timber
  • Forestry species
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.45
    $2.80
  • 40-60cm

    $6.25
    $3.90
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Liriodendron tulipifera 1/0

Tulip tree (1 YO) Ht 30-40m

American yellow poplar. E USA. Broadly columnar, deciduous. Tulip-like flowers of green and pale orange. Golden yellow autumn leaves. Major timber tree in USA. Wood is light, soft, easily worked, light yellow or brown with many uses. 1 YEAR OLD

Picture name: 
LIRTUL
Species id: 
7921
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Deciduous
  • Attractive autumn colours - yellow
  • Attractive flowers or catkins
  • Attractive berries fruits or cone
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.45
    $2.80
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Prumnopitys taxifolia (POT grown)

Matai Ht 25m

Broadly columnar, evergreen. Juvenile divaricating form with scattered thin brown leaves. Adult form develops above with yew-like foliage. Bark falls off in rounded patches. Moist fertile sites. Highly prized hard stable timber. Kereru eat the fruit.

Picture name: 
PRUTAX
Species id: 
7915
Group natives: 
Yes
Group trees and shrubs: 
No
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • NZ native
  • Evergreen
  • Tolerates shade
  • Attractive to birds
  • Attractive berries fruits or cone
  • Timber
  • Container Grown
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.20
    $3.55
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Quercus petraea (Southern Europe)

Sessile Oak (S. Europe) Ht 25-35m

Parent tree in Eastwoodhill from a Southern European provenance and 3 trees have grown on a hot dry shaley NW facing slope in our arboretum for 25 years, Straight trunk and even crown development, good for timber and shelter in a dry climate.

Picture name: 
QUECAN
Species id: 
7910
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Large tree
  • Deciduous
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attractive autumn colours - brown
  • Timber
  • Erosion control
  • Shelter
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.45
    $2.80
  • 40-60cm

    $6.25
    $3.90
  • 60-90cm

    $7.60
    $4.55
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

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