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This is a slow growing specimen tree suitable for a large garden. A kauri holds a neat pyramidal shape for many years. Needs protection from frosts while young as the natural habitat is the lowland and hilly forests near the North Cape to the Bay of Plenty.
Tāne Mahuta is the most famous kauri tree, it is estimated to be between 1,250 and 2,000 years old and stands at a height of 51m
A handsome specimen tree with glossy leaves. Moderately fast growth and young trees are frost tender. Sometimes called NZ oak. Thrives in coastal & damp climates such as lowland forests from North Cape to Banks Peninsula on the East coast but further south on the West coast.
Grows up to 7m$7.29 – $28.91 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Spreading specimen tree. Glossy dark green leaves. Purple plum-like fruits enjoyed by birds.
Slow growth common canopy forming tree north of Auckland and found in lowland forests.
15mX6m$19.17 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Large spreading tree.
Slow growth. Black fruits ripening in autumn enjoyed by birds. Best in cool moist areas.
North Island & South Island as far as Westport & the Clarence river on the East coast.
Endemic to lowland & lower montane forests.
15mX5m$10.45 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Corynocarpus laevigatus (Karaka)
Handsome coastal tree with glossy foliage & orange fruits.
Good shelter tree. Frost tender when young. Probably only natural to the Northern North island but spread throughout the north Island & parts of the south island by deliberate plantings by Maori.
Mainly in coastal situations & forming part of coastal forests.
12m$7.29 – $28.91 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Dacrycarpus dacrydioides (Kahikatea)
N.Z. tallest tree. Slow growing.
Excellent for wet & swampy sites on farms or orchards. Timber tree.
North, South & Stewart Islands. Lowland forest, formerly dominant on frequently flooded, and/or poorly drained alluvial soils.
Occasionally extends into lower montane forest.
30mX4M$8.88 – $36.67 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Dacrydium cupressinum ‘Charisma’ (Golden Rimu)
A golden rimu developed by V. Hooper.
Cutting grown, from a sport off a rimu in the wild from the Bay of Plenty region.
4m x 1m$16.92 – $45.23 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Dacrydium cupressinum (Rimu)
Slow growing tree.
Weeping pyramidal form for many years.
Use as specimen. Ex. timber tree. Hardy but protect while young.
Common in lowland and mountain forests throughout North, South & Stewart Islands. Sea level to montane.
25MX5M$10.45 – $44.45 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Knightia excelsa | Rewarewa
Native honeysuckle. A tall upright tree with a particularly majestic look. The leaves are leathery, long and coarsely toothed and the flowers reddish/brown and attractive to both bees and birds.
Hardy and produces fine timber. Endemic to the North Island & South Island in the Marlborough sounds. Sea level to 1000m.
20MX3M$8.88 – $36.67 Price ex GST Add to Quote
Laurelia novae-zelandiae | Pukatea
Pukatea is a large slow growing evergreen tree developing distinctive butresses at trunk base. An excellent specimen for swampy wet sites due to the strong root structure. Common in the North Island & local in the Nelson area it is found in swampy & semi-swampy and gully lowland forests.
Growing 20m X 3m$11.73 – $44.45 Price ex GST Add to Quote
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