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Appendix 2. Plants suitable for revegetation Plants in bold are those which should form the bulk of any large area of planting, due to their hardiness in the dune environment and ease of establishment. Other plants may form the greater part of plantings which are intended to improve diversity. Some plants are also listed here which are more suitable for native landscaping or creek banks. Species name Acacia longifolia subsp. sophorae Rhagodia candolleana Tetragonia implexicoma

Common name Coast Wattle Coastal Saltbush Bower Spinach (ice plant)

Comments Excellent shelter. An important component of coastal vegetation and useful in harsh, dry sites. Hardy, dense understorey plant. Hardy, dense understorey and climbing plant.

White Gum

Important habitat plant, with flowers and berries. Hardy once established; not as quick as Coast Wattle. Hardy shrub once established, with attractive white flowers. Bandicoot habitat. Hardy shrub once established, with bird-attracting flowers. Bandicoot habitat. Excellent dune ground cover. Be sure to propagate Native Pigface, not the larger weed Chilean Pigface. Hardy tussock. Excellent bandicoot habitat. Hardy once established and provides abundant fruits for birds and people. Worth persisting with – monitor planting success to learn its preferred sites. Hardy small tree, most suitable for hind-dune areas such as Buttons Creek. Habitat for many birds. Hardy small tree, most suitable for hind-dune areas. Important insect-habitat tree, flowering in summer. Hardy small tree, most suitable for inland areas such as Buttons Creek. Excellent shade tree. Excellent habitat tree in hind-dune areas.

Leucophyta brownii

Cushionbush

Lovely grey, compact shrub, suitable in any sunny site.

Dodonaea viscosa

Hopbush Knobby Clubsedge Flax ily Coast Speargrass and Tussockgrass

Hardy shrub, probably best in swales and hind-dunes. Hardy almost anywhere, especially swales between dunes. Excellent ground cover.

Myoporum insulare

Common Boobialla

Correa alba

White Correa

Correa backhouseana

Velvet Correa

Carpobrotus rossii

Native Pigface

Lomandra longifolia

Sagg

Leucopogon parviflorus

Coast Beardheath

Banksia marginata

Banksia (honeysuckle)

Bursaria spinosa

Prickly Box

Allocasuarina verticillata Eucalyptus viminalis

Ficinia nodosa Dianella revoluta Austrostipa stipoides and Poa poiformis Spinifex sericeus

Sheoak

Beach Spinifex

Fore-dune ground covers. If available, use to replace foredune weeds. An important trailing grass of the front of the dune, present in low numbers on site. Not easily propagated; if available it should be planted on foredune.

For damp sites: Acacia melanoxylon

Blackwood

Melaleuca ericifolia

Coast Paperbark

Shady tree. Damper sites only, including beside creeks. Excellent, hardy small tree for damper sites, especially creeks, including saline areas.

Leptospermum lanigerum

Woolly Teatree

Damp sites only, beside creeks.

Poa labillardierei

Silver Tussockgrass

Carex appressa

Tall Sedge

Suitable for damper hind-dune areas and around creeks. Excellent bandicoot habitat. Damp-wet sites only, e.g. beside creeks. Excellent frog and butterfly habitat. Bushways Environmental Services Tasmania 54

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East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan  

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan 2010

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan  

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan 2010