Seed planting information Specific information relating to planting native tree species in Tasmania. Seed Planting STT Seedling Price List 2018 ( pdf ) 123 KB Planting information for Radiata Pine ( pdf ) 25 KB Radiata Pine (Pinus radiata) is considered a quick growing tree species. Planting information for Eucalyptus or Blackwood ( pdf ) 56 KB What you do in your plantation in the first two years will virtually determine whether it flourishes or just gets by. Planting information for Blue Gum ( pdf ) 33 KB E.globulus is a medium to very tall forest tree, is commonly 15-25 metres in height, and mostly occurs naturally in the South East of Tasmania & Bass Strait islands. How many trees do you need to plant? ( pdf ) 26 KB Find out the number of trees per hectare for rectangular spacing Planting information for Blackwood ( pdf ) 26 KB Blackwoods are classed as a large tree species, with a moderate growth rate. Trees for special requirements ( pdf ) 44 KB Tree species that have been chosen for their suitability for special and difficult conditions. Planting information for Shining Gum ( pdf ) 27 KB Eucalyptus Nitens are classed as fast growing trees, with a typical height of between 30-50 metres. Related Content Nursery and seed centre For over 40 years our nursery and seed centre at Perth has collected Tasmanian native seed for forest regeneration and plantations.