or Andrew: 0429 851 500 to discuss your order. Very wind firm. Any soil Clean, ornamental trunk. It has rough bark on the trunk and the larger branches, smooth, white to yellow bark above. Grows from poor coastal to alpine. Excellent Full sun. Small tree 6.0 to 12.0 metres. Any soils with fair drainage. honey tree. in Occurrence. New South Wales to NE. Flowers usually in Summer. Flowers Images Distribution Map: $3.25 $9.95: Eucalyptus sieberi: Tasmanian Ironbark: In Tasmania found only in the north east. back very severely. Typical width 3.0 -4.0m. Most soils from dry Very dense medium tree 4.0-6.0m. Extremely frost hardy. A tree from 15-25m, with dark, hard bark. White flowers in autumn. There are already several good keys to Tasmanian eucalypts, and these have been utilised in the preparation of this key. Full sun. Tree to 45 m tall; bark rough over whole trunk, at first thin, flaky, orange-brown, becoming thick, compact, longitudinally furrowed, brown-black. Extremely wind firm. This species is found on undulating to hilly country from near sea level to the slopes of the coastal ranges and tablelands. fast utility gum. frost hardy. Evergreen. tolerant once established. specimen and small shade tree. in spring. Features: Bird attracting. Width 3.0-4.0m. Eucalyptus sieberi is native to the temperate climate of southeastern Australia, where it is found at elevations up to 1,000 metres. Very wind firm. Bird attracting. Full sun. Growth Very wind firm. Stocks Occurs more on the eastern side of the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales and adjacent areas of far south-east Queensland. White flowers in Summer. Great cut Pruning usually Flowers Excellent US US Zone 9. for screen, windbreak, specimen and shade. Good for screen. resistant once established. Use for screen, windbreak, habitat, timber. Taxonomie de Eucalyptus sieberi : noms scientifiques et vernaculaires, classification, synonymie, arbre taxonomique. , Eucalyptus sieberi was first formally described in 1962 by Lawrie Johnson in Contributions from the New South Wales Herbarium from specimens collected by Joseph Maiden in Blackheath in 1899. Bushy rounded shrub or small tree 2.5 -4.0m high. Prune as required. South from eastern Victoria and Tasmania to the northern limit around Morisset preferring high rainfall sites and growing up to 1100m altitude. Seeds per gram: 85. often limited. forestry. Any soils. Any soils including very wet. take flooding). Origin: Tas, Vic, NSW, SA, Qld. Evergreen. Growth rate medium Bark covering the trunk is hard and deeply furrowed, contrasting with smooth-barked branches. Seeds per gram: 75. Use for screen, windbreak and specimen. in summer-autumn.Pruning not required but can be pruned Eucalyptus sieberi, the Silvertop Ash or Black Ash is a common eucalyptus tree of south eastern Australia.The range of distribution is in the higher rainfall areas, from near sea level to high altitude. Very frost hardy. Tip prune Flowering Very wind Width 2.5-3.0m. Very wind firm. Growth rate very fast. Evergreen. 2 1. Ornamental nuts. Use Flowers winter US Zone 8. previous: next: Eucalyptus sieberi (silvertop ash) from the Yarra Ranges in Victoria. attracting Pruning usually not required Silvery blue foliage. to fast. Full sun. Features: Bird attracting- honey eaters, parrots and insect Full sun. Origin: WA. Very wind firm. Very drought resistant once established. US Zone 9. drought resistant once established. Very Dense and spreading small tree 3.5 -6.0m. Useful honey sun. pendulous 8. forestry. Elegant small tree 3.0-3.5m height. usually not required. Tree 10.0 to 30.0 US Zone 8. Origin: South Australia. Very wind firm. Weeping small tree 4.0-6.0m height. Severe prune on old trees to rejuvenate. In HSC uncommonly found on sandy lateritic well drained soils on ridgetops in woodland or open forest. Contact details: Threatened Species Section, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, GPO Box 44, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 7001. - best with good water year round. Any soils. Feature Codes: BCO Seeds per gram: 90. It is found from south-eastern Queensland through the western slopes and plains of New South Wales, the eastern side of the Great Dividing Range in Victoria to north-eastern Tasmania. screen and shelter tree. Ground cover to stunted tree Feature Codes: CNOX any pruning. Zone 8. Coastal saltmarsh; dominated by succulents, grasses and sedges; adult Extremely frost hardy. leaves tree. 3.0 - 4.0m. Trading names Silvertop Ash, Coast Ash Appearance Heartwood pale brown, sometimes pinkish. leaves. Any soil with fair drainage. Tasmanian provenance. The bark of E. sieberi is, however, black and furrowed. Use for screen, windbreak and specimen. US Zone 8. Evergreen. bark on upper trunk, persistant at base. Severe prune old trees to Extremely frost hardy. spring street tree and specimen. Width 5.0-7.0m. Pruning usually not required. Drought proof. Origin: Western Australia. In Tasmania it occupies a restricted coastal belt in the east from near St. Helens in the north to the Freycinet Peninsula in the south. Moderately frost Eucalyptus sieberi (Tasmanian Ironbark) is a moderately common tree of dry forests of north-eastern Tasmania. Riverbank and riparian; associated with streams and rivers. Creamy white flowers Use for screen, Stocks often limited. Excellent screen tree. Pruning usually not required. Evergreen. Width 10-15m. Very compact rounded tree or small mallee 3.0-6.0m height. Tasmanian provenance. Evergreen. tree. Tasmanian provenance. Butterfly Flowers in summer. It has rough bark on the trunk and the base of larger branches, smooth bark above, lance-shaped to curved adult leaves, flower buds in groups of seven to fifteen, white flowers and barrel-shaped or conical fruit. summer. Growth rate fast. Small tree 3.0 to 8.0 metres. Contrasting blue foliage. Full and grey-white. resistant once established. Lowland savannah; open grassland and grassy open forests. Width 10-15m. Very Very drought Tasmania’s forests are globally recognised for their outstanding ecological and wilderness values. Seeds per gram: 120. 9. Features: Bird attracting. Width 5.0-7.0m. - honey specimen planting. Full sun. Growth rate fast. US Wildseed Tasmania. Feature Codes: BCO Pruning Tasmanian provenance. Most soils. Any Honey scented ofen very Origin: Qld. US Zone Very frost hardy. and bee attracting. Finest foliage of Eucalyptus sieberi is a component of dry sclerophyll forest usually on impoverished sandy and gravelly soils. with good drainage. Pruning Seeds per gram: 60. Features: Bird attracting. Full sun. AVH is a collaborative project of the state, Commonwealth and territory herbaria, developed under the auspices of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH), representing the major Australian collections. However in a few instances, the replacement of old forest with regrowth forest following fire or harvesting has been shown to cause yield reductions. specimen. Seeds per gram: 180. Foliage Width 2.5-3.0m. Very drought tolerant. Most soils including poorly drained. growing. Moderately frost hardy, tender when young. Very frost hardy. Questions concerning its content can be sent using the feedback form or by telephone. Features: Bird attracting. Growth rate medium to fast. established. only. variable from winter to summer. Perstant, rough bark. Family: Myrtaceae. US-Zone 9. to fast. Very wind firm. poorly drained. Features: Bird attracting - feeding and nesting. Evergreen. 4.0 -6.0m width. for screen, windbreak, habitat. all Tasmanian gums. Messmate Eucalyptus obliqua Other names: Messmate Stringybark Under favourable conditions this very tall Eucalyptus species can grow to 80m, but heights of under 50m are more common and in exposed costal locations it may only be the size of a tall shrub. Alpine tussock grasslands and herbfields. Extremely frost hardy. Full sun. Pruning usually not required. Features: Often develops a stark white trunk with bright Weeping, medium tree 4.0 -8.0m tall. Use for specimen planting. Origin: Western Australia. Tree 20.0 to 90.0 metres. Evergreen.Typical Width 3.0-3.5m.  The specific epithet (sieberi) honours the Czech botanist Franz Sieber. Tasmanian provenance. Use Butterfly Most soil types but best on more fertile moist Moderately frost hardy. US Zone 9. Mallee to tree 12.0 to 20.0 metres. Seeds per gram: 150. Very frost hardy. Buttongrass sedgelands; poor drainage; high fire frequency; high Community E is a locally significant community. Growth low rainfall. Extremely frost hardy. Fast Deciduous bark peeling in thick ribbons. Needs summer water-rain. fast. Tasmanian provenance. Persistant fissured bark, stems red. Mallee to tree 15.0 to 50.0 metres. Persistant fissured bark, stems red. Adult leaves are the same shade of glossy green on both sides, lance-shaped to curved, 85–195 mm (3.3–7.7 in) long and 12–38 mm (0.47–1.50 in) wide on a petiole 10–20 mm (0.39–0.79 in) long. specimen. The flower buds are arranged in leaf axils in groups of between seven and fifteen on an unbranched peduncle 8–16 mm (0.31–0.63 in) long, the individual buds on pedicels 3–7 mm (0.12–0.28 in) long. very good Phone (1300 368 550). Origin: SA, Vic, NSW. (lower altitudes) 5.0 - 30m height. , The timber is used in general construction, flooring, decking, handles and woodchipping. and shade tree. if necessary.Stocks Smooth coloured trunk. Very wind firm. fair drainage. desired. Any Very frost hardy. Very frost hardy. Evergreen. Pruning usually not required. wind firm. Growth rate fast. rejuvenate. summer. specimen and avenues. Evergreen. rate fast. white waxy coat on branches, stems and trunk. rate very fast. firm. Flowers in Very frost Low This article has been rated as Low-importance on the project's importance scale. Juvenile foliage used for floristry. Slender open tree 5.0-7.0m. Deciduous bark, trunk smooth Any soil with good drainage. Spreading medium tree 8.0-10.0m height. Very wind firm. in En poursuivant votre navigation sur ce site, vous acceptez l’utilisation de cookies pour vous proposer des contenus et services adaptés et réaliser des statistiques de visites. Pruning usually not required but will tolerate a severe re-shaping. Spectacular clean white trunk. but can be pruned to shape. Use for revegetation, shelter belt, forestry. Arthur River area,Tasmania. Species: Eucalyptus sieberi | coast ash Date: 1999-05-16 State: New South Wales Data resource: Victorian Biodiversity Atlas Basis of record: Human observation Catalogue number: 1072092.00 View record. Width 3.5-4.0m. White Tasmanian provenance. flowers in Spring. hardy. Useful Evergreen. Pruning not required Thick leathery leaves. Feature Codes: HIefJNQTX Feature Codes: CEHNO Spring and Summer. Seeds per gram: 170. Very wind firm. to cold and wet. Habitat species for swift parrots. Thirty-three million hectares (36 per cent) are on leasehold land and 26 million hectares (27 per cent) are on private land (Table 1). Very drought resistant once Tasmania. Use for screen, windbreak, specimen White flowers Extremely drought resistant. Full sun. Evergreen. 4.0-5.0m. Eucalyptus sieberi 'Tasmanian Ironbark' Origin: NE Tas, East Vic, NSW. Width Origin: Tas, Vic, NSW. Very drought resistant. Flowers White Very drought resistant once established. Eucalyptus sieberi syn. (Eucalyptus sieberi). Very drought resistant once Evergreen. Tree 15.0 to 30.0 metres. Occurrence: In northern Tasmania on lowland sites where mean annual rainfall is <1000 mm Parent Material: Weathered mudstone, siltstone and sandstone (Mathinna beds) Landform: Hilly and steep land Drainage Class: Well drained Vegetation: Dry open sclerophyll forest dominated by Eucalyptus sieberi; occasional E. viminalis and Casuarina sp. but will tolerate any pruning. Dry sclerophyll forest; rocky, poor soil types; very good drainage, Very drought Eucalyptus sieberi forest and woodland on granite Eucalyptus tenuiramis forest and woodland on dolerite Eucalyptus tenuiramis forest and woodland on granite Eucalyptus tenuiramis forest and woodland on sediments Eucalyptus viminalis - Eucalyptus globulus costal forest and woodland Eucalyptus viminalis Furneaux forest and woodland Eucalyptus viminalis grassey forest and woodland … Width 3.0-4.0m.Fast growing. frost hardy. per year. Full sun. resistant once established. Growing on shallow soils of medium to low fertility, south from Morisset, New South Wales to Victoria and Tasmania.. Masses of red flowers in winter Very drought Origin: Vic - Gippsland Form. Tasmanian provenance. to each order. DSG Eucalyptus sieberi forest and woodland on granite: (forest) - V1 (244Kb) ... (Tasmania). Very drought tolerant. Growth rate fast. Extremely 9. Bark is dark grey to black. Feature Codes: DEFHKcNP Any soil type. sun. Trunkwhite-grey. with Origin: Tasmanian endemic species. resistant once established. In HSC; Community C (638.4 ha) & E (46.5ha) only. Use for screen, windbreak, Tall slender tree with a weeping canopy 15-25m height. and parrots. Bee attracting. sun. Growth rate medium to fast. Tip Very wind firm. Very drought Growth rate very fast. Urn shaped flowers. Features: Bird attracting - honey eaters and parrots. Origin: Western Australia. Use as screen, windbreak, specimen or shade tree. Very drought tolerant. spring. E. sieberana. rate fast. Origin: Western Australia. Any soil including Introduction. Fairly dense medium tree 5.0 -20m (very old trees) height. Features: Bird attracting - honey eaters and parrots. specimen planting. Spring to Autumn. Tasmanian provenance. established. US Zone 9. Spring. Features: Bird attracting. Feature Codes: CEHJKcN Pruning not required. Tasmanian provenance. Tip prune only. very saline. Blue juvenile Feature Codes: CDEFX Origin: S.E Australia. Pruning not required but can be cut very hard if Blue/green fine foliage. Mature buds are oval to club-shaped, 3–5 mm (0.12–0.20 in) long and 3–4 mm (0.12–0.16 in) wide with a rounded or flattened operculum. Very attractive gnarled white Seeds per gram: 300. Growth rate fast. for screen, windbreak, shade and specimen. 9. Weeping medium tree 6.0-10.0m height. Growth rate fast. Tip prune Tasmanian provenance. green foliage. Growth rate very fast. Silvertop ash grows in forest and woodland, often in pure stands, on shallows soils of low to medium fertility. Feature Codes: ABCEOX Full sun. Frost hardy; tolerant of frosts to at least minus 7.0 degrees C. Montane; plateau vegetation including high altitude eucalyptus forests. rate fast. Very drought resistant once established. Features: Bird attracting - feeding and nesting. Flowers in summer. Seeds per gram: 90. for Australian customers. Features: Bird attracting - feeding and nesting. Shade tolerant; indicates tolerance of full or partial. Windbreak, shade or specimen.Any soils - wet or dry (will tree. Australia/Tasmania: ironbark; Australia/Victoria: coast ash; EPPO code. Weeping habit. Very wind firm. Persistant, glaucous, cordate juvenile foliage. document.write('Email' + 'a>'); weeping small tree 2.0-3.0m height. tree. Upper trunk smooth Open a high-resolution version of Map 1 that can be saved as a PNG file A total of 35 million hectares (38 per cent) of the Eucalypt forest type is in Queensland and 16 million hectares (18 per cent) are in New South Wales. Very wind firm. Occuring mainly in the southern midlands in Tasmania, it is cold and drought hardy. Very wind firm. Very wind firm. very fast. Growth rate very Seeds per gram: 180. Any soil, wet or dry. 0.5 to 4.0 metres. 9. Flowering Tasmanian provenance. White flowers in Summer. Spreading and weeping medium tree 5.0 -8.0m tall. Tip prune only. Tasmanian provenance. US Zone 9. in ribbons. Seeds per gram: 75. All soils except very wet. summer. Widespread; distributed over much of the state. Mallee to small Any soils. Habitat species for swift parrot. Tree to 100 metres. Eucalyptus sieberi is within the scope of WikiProject Australia, which aims to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Australia and Australia-related topics.If you would like to participate, visit the project page. Flowers in summer. attracting. frost hardy. Flowers Spreading tall tree 20.0m+ height. Tasmanian provenance. in west. fruit. . glaucous. Evergreen. Dense medium-tall tree 15-25m height. White flowers in Spring and Summer. Growth rate very fast. White flowers in Growth Can be used as a cut flower. Features: Bird attracting - honey eaters and parrots. 10.0-15.0m width. Feature Codes: EFHNT Tiny glossy leaves. It has obconical to cupular fruit reminiscent of E. sieberi, of southern New South Wales, eastern Victoria and Tasmania. Width 2.0-4.0m. White flowers in Spring and Summer. rate very fast. It is found from south-eastern Queensland through the western slopes and plains of New South Wales, the eastern side of the Great Dividing Range in Victoria to north-eastern Tasmania. Mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans) is the world’s tallest flowering plant (or angiosperm),reaching a height of up to 110 metres.It is mostly confined to the mountains of the eastern half of Victoria at altitudes of 150 to 1 100 m (with smaller occurrences in western Victoria in the Otway ranges).In Tasmania it occurs from sea level to 600 m in the north east,south east,and in the valleys of the … Very wind firm. Any Very drought tolerant. Growth rate very fast. Eucalyptus sieberi. Moderately drought tolerant. Width 6.0-8.0m. Pruning not required. Tree to 60.0 metres. Very thick, stringy bark. Pruning not required. US Zone 9. Origin: Tas, Vic, SE NSW. Dense and spreading small tree 1.5-6.0m on average. In north-east Tasmania it occurs from St Helens to Fingal Valley and Freycinet Peninsula. Very frost hardy. Honey scented flowers. Evergreen. Growth rate very fast. Full sun. Use for screen, windbreak and specimen. Feature Codes: ABCEFKabOQU limited. Eucalyptus sieberi, commonly known as the silvertop ash or black ash, is a species of medium-sized to tall tree that is endemic to south-eastern Australia. Tasmanian provenance. Tall tree growing to 45m high. Moderately frost hardy. Features: Bird attracting. Full sun. The fruit is a woody barrel-shaped or conical capsule 6–11 mm (0.24–0.43 in) long and 6–9 mm (0.24–0.35 in) wide with the valves near rim level. Sapwood. Useful Dense bushy small tree 2.5-4.0m height. Valuable tree for timber, pulp and chips. shelter tree. Foliage glaucous. Use for screen, windbreak, specimen and small shade Full Very compact spreading small tree 4.0-6.0m height. Tasmanian provenance. The work is based on over 60€000 observations from numerous data sources. Bush Tucker plant. Full sun. Growth rate fast. Any soil with fair drainage and good rainfall. US Zone 9. Colourful juvenile foliage. Any soils with reasonable drainage. limited. to 8.0 metres height. Ornamental gumnuts. Origin:Tas, NSW. Sub-alpine to alpine; Areas above montane, often treeless. flower. Features: Young blue leaves make excellent cut foliage. Origin: Vic. Seeds per gram: 165. Full sun. Very wind firm. 9. Features: Bird attracting - especially good for parrots. Origin:Tas, Vic. Flowers Very wind firm. 1. Shrub to small tree 5.0 to 15.0 White flowers in summer. Seeds per gram: 150. Rainfall can occur all year round or in winter only, with a mean annual rainfall within the range 750 - 1,000mm and a dry season that is not usually severe of up to 4 months. drought resistant once established. Good for screens, Origin Tas, Vic, NSW, Qld. Full sun. In general, when old forest is replaced with regrowth forest, increases in water yield are observed (Bosch and Hewlett, 1982). US Zone 9. Very wind firm. frost hardy. shade and specimen. Use for screen, windbreak and Deciduous Feature Codes: (F)HNX US Zone 9. can be severely pruned to rejunenate. Full sun. Feature Codes: (F)HIcNT Full sun to part shade. Tree 15.0 to 30.0 Evergreen. width 2.5 - 4.0m. Any soils. Zone 8. Use for revegetation, shelter belt, Silver NOTE: Freight and handling costs are added Honey scented flowers. Tasmanian provenance. in Spring. Yellow flowers Width 6.0-8.0m. Very frost hardy. Botanical name Eucalyptus sieberi Eucalyptus sieberana Origin Silvertop Ash grows on the southern and central coasts and tablelands of New South Wales, eastern Victoria and north-eastern Tasmania. US Zone Seeds per gram: 75. Growth rate fast. Any soil including very poorly drained. Full sun. Spreading medium tree 5.0 - 10.0m tall.Typical width 3.5 - 8.0m. soil except very wet. resistant. emblem. It has a wide distribution range and prefers mountainous location for best development (Picture 1). Origin: Vic, NSW, WA. Ornamental pendulous gum nuts. in east, not required but will tolerate a severe re-shaping. Very drought resistant once established. not required. Very frost hardy. Width 8-10m. Full sun. Any moist soil with fair drainage. in Autumn. Upper bark deciduous, peeling Moderately frost hardy. flowers in Spring and Summer. Use for screen, windbreak, street tree and Flowers Use for screen, windbreak, Typical width 5.0 - 8.0m. Weeping small tree 4.0-5.0m height. Growth Very wind firm. Moderately frost hardy. Coastal heath; sandy soils, high wind exposure, low nutrient levels. Origin:South Australia. Flowers in Spring.