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Bidibidi (Glaucous Bidibid)$7.05 Add to Quote
Acaena inermis ‘Purpurea’
A creeping plant with colourful purple leaves intensifying in cold months. Open sunny situation. Use in rock & bark gardens & for general groundcover. South Island montane riverbed and tussock-grassland. The purple variety used in horticulture is a selection. Mat$7.05 Add to Quote
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$6.34 – $25.14 Add to Quote
Grass with long, thin weeping leaves & lacy seed heads. Can develop reddish tones in open situation. Can be grown in shade. North Island, North Auckland, Waikato and southern third of the island. South Island from Nelson and Marlborough south, mainly in the east. Also occurs as a cultivation escape in some places, e.g., Auckland City.
Sea level to montane forest, forest margin 70cmX1m$6.13 Add to Quote
Apodasmia similis (Oi Oi)
Forms large clumps of attractively coloured erect stems. Grows in water or damp ground in estuaries inland. Attractive seed heads.Great for edging ponds or ornamental pools. Mostly coastal in estuaries, saltmarshes, dunes and sandy flats and hollows. Mostly coastal in estuaries, salt marshes, dunes, sandy flats & hollows. Occasionally inland in gumland scrub, along lake margins, fringing peat bogs or surrounding hot springs.$3.79 – $6.13 Add to Quote
Arthropodium ‘Te Puna’ (Renga Renga Lily)
Dainty plant with narrow short leaves and delicate flower heads. Use where a softer effect is required. Tolerant of shade & dry conditions. Good on coast. Selection from the BOP area – Omokoroa beach. 30cmX30cm$6.89 Add to Quote
Arthropodium ‘Avalanche’ (Renga Renga Lily)
Broad drooping leaves & masses of white flowers in summer leaves are slightly narrower with a Matte sheen. Frost tender but will easily survive moderate frosts if planted under trees.
50cm X 50cm$8.14 Add to Quote
Arthropodium ‘Matapouri Bay’ (Renga Renga Lily)
Broad drooping leaves & masses of white flowers in summer.
Good in groups under trees and on the coast.
Frost tender. Horticultural selection of Cape Reinga Lily
50cmX50cm$8.14 Add to Quote
Astelia ‘Little Gem’
Smaller growing selection of astelia with silvery/pink leaves. Needs good drainage. Try growing under eaves in northern areas. Astelia nivicola selection. South Island in higher rainfall areas – mostly low alpine. 30cm$10.20 Add to Quote
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