Plants of Tasmania Nursery

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Plant list by botanical name - H

Click on the species name to get further information about the plant. There are also links to images and distribution maps.

The prices shown are for plants in tubestock - 50 mm forestry tubes or 75 mm round pots. Larger sizes are available for many species.

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Species Name Common Name Description Price
Hakea epiglottis Beaked Hakea Endemic to Tasmania, this hardy shrub will grow to 3m x 2m. Creamy white flowers in spring. Images Distribution Map
Hakea epiglottis Apsley Yellow This form of the endemic Beaked Hakea is from the banks of the Apsley River. It will grow to 2.5m and displays yellow flowers in spring. Suitable for most conditions.
Hakea lissosperma Needle Bush A fast growing, large bushy shrub or small tree to 6m x 3m. An excellent screening plant. Prefers a slightly moist site but adapts to drier conditions. White flowers in spring. Images Distribution Map
Hakea megadenia Autumn Hakea Endemic to S.E. Tasmania, and growing to 3m x 2m, this hardy shrub displays creamy white flowers in autumn. Suitable for most conditions. Images Distribution Map
Hakea microcarpa Small Fruit Hakea Hakea A spiky shrub to 2 m adapted to survival in extreme cold. Small white flowers. Images Distribution Map
Hakea nodosa Yellow Hakea Soft-foliaged coastal shrub to 2-3 m in well-drained soils. Scented yellow flowers in winter. Images Distribution Map
Hakea sericea Bushy Needlewood A hardy, dense prickly shrub to 3 m or more. Provides good refuge for small birds. White or pinkish flowers in winter-spring. Images Distribution Map (This species is now called Hakea decurrens subsp. physocarpa.)
Hakea teretifolia Dagger Hakea A spiky hakea with distinctive seed pods. Suitable for well-drained sites. Images Distribution Map
Hakea ulicina Furze Needlebush A particularly dense, spiky bush (don't be fooled by the juvenile foliage)! White flowers. In Tasmania only grows on Flinders Island. Images Distribution Map
Helichrysum pumilum var pumilum Tiny Alpine Daisy Slow growing plant with a small clump of leaves and red buds opening to white flowers to 5 cm. Cute! Images Distribution Map
Helichrysum scorpioides See Coronidium scorpioides    
Herpolirion novae-zelandiae Sky Lily A prostrate, suckering alpine lily. A mat of short grass-like foliage features ethereal sky blue, six-petalled flowers, nestled amongst the leaves in summer. Moist sites or pot. Images Distribution Map
Hibbertia appressa Scrambling Guinea Flower A bushy, shrubby scrambler to 2m. Requires fixing to a support, or will grow up through other shrubs. Massed bright yellow flowers in spring. Likes a moist spot. Very similar to Hibbertia empetrifolia. Images Distribution Map.
Hibbertia procumbens Spreading Guinea Flower A prostrate plant spreading to 1 m with attractive yellow flowers in latge spring and early summer. Requires a well-drained position, preferably with a dash of shade. Images Distribution Map
Hibbertia prostrata Prostrate Guinea Flower A fine-foliaged plant with spreading stems to 30 cm. Yellow flowers in spring. Best in a well-drained site. Images Distribution Map
Hibbertia riparia Erect Guinea Flower A small shrub to 50cm, with erect stems decorated nicely in late spring with a profusion of clear yellow flowers. Well drained soils. Can be hard pruned. Images Distribution Map
Hibbertia serpyllifolia Fine Leaf Guinea Flower A fine leaved, soft foliaged plant to 15cm high by 40cm wide. Masses of clear yellow flowers in spring. Well drained sites or as a pot plant. Images Distribution Map
Huon Pine   See Lagarostrobos franklinii  
Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides Hairy Pennywort A suckering, soft-foliaged groundcover, forming a pale green mat, in a moist, cool position or pot. Images Distribution Map G5-8, P6-8.


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