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 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. 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. 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.