Tree species | Agroforestry

Tree Species
For shelter, conservation & profit

Information pages by Rowan Reid

There are thousands of native and exotic tree and shrub species that Australian farmers can grow for shelter, conservation and profit.

I've start putting together pages on some of the species I grow myself then get some friends to help out with others.

If you want me to work on any of these particularly then send me an email and I'll do that one next.

In the meantime have a look at the 15 timber species that make up the chapters in my new book: HEARTWOOD

Messmate - Eucalyptus obliqua
Manna Gum - E. viminalis
Shining Gum - E. nitens
Mountain Ash - E. regnans
Yellow Stringybark - E. muellerana
Red Ironbark - E. sideroxylon
Blue Gum - E. globulus
Spotted Gum - Corymbia maculata
Blackwood - Acacia melanoxylon
Black Wattle - Acacia mearnsii
Southern Beech - Nothofagus cunninghamii
River Sheoak - Casuarina cunninghamiana
Hickory Wattle - Acacia falciformis
Silky Oak - Grevillea robusta
Hoop Pine - Araucaria cunninghamii
Australian Kauri - Agathis robusta
Wollemi Pine - Wollemia nobilis
Bunya Pine - Araucaria bidwillii
Red Cedar - Toona ciliata
Native Pepper - Tasmannia lanceolata
Australian Sandalwood - Santalum spicatum
Poplar hybrids SEI488, 65/31, 67/1
Black Walnut - Julgans nigra
Walnut - Juglans regia
Californian Redwood - Sequoia sempervirens
Tree Lucerne - Chamaecytisus palmensis
Honey Locust - Gleditsia tricanthos
Chestnut - Castanea sativa
Stone Pine - Pinus pinea
Radiata Pine - Pinus radiata
Mexican Cypress - Cypressus lusitanica
Monterey Cypress - Cypressus macrocarpa
Norway Spruce - Picea abies
English Oak - Quercus robur
Red Oak - Quercus rubra
Cherry - Prunus avium
Pear - Pyrus communis