Lemon Meyer is a prolific producer of thin-skinned, sweet and juicy fruit from an early age. Lemon Meyer is the most widely grown and most frost-hardy lemon hybrid. Sweetly fragrant flowers. Great in pots out on the deck, so you have quick access to lemon … Read More »
Also known as Luma apiculata and Chilean Myrtle. An upright, bushy evergreen shrub with small, aromatic leaves and flaking cinnamon-brown bark. Produces clusters of small, white flowers in summer followed by dark, purple-black berries. Plant in either ful … Read More »
Attractively variegated foliage creates a splash of lively colour. In early summer the stems are covered with small, white-pink, bell-shaped flowers, followed by small, red, cranberry-like berries. … Read More »
Myrtus ugnii - New Zealand Cranberry is a dense small shrub popular for hedging and masses of dark-red edible fruits that follow the white flowers in the summer. The fruit appears in early autumn and smells incredibly sweet when in close proximity to … Read More »
The small section urban gardener and their neighbours will enjoy the compact mature size of this tidy variety. Best used as a specimen or hedging as it is not known to fruit in New Zealand.   … Read More »
Italian cultivar. Heavy yield of oval, medium-sized fruit. Early season. A large size tree can be maintained at 4m x 3m. Olive trees are wind-pollinated, with the pollen moving 20 - 30 metres from tree to tree. Some varieties are self-fertile, but al … Read More »
Tuscany cultivar. Heavy production of medium-sized fruit. Early fruiting. Low acid levels and sweet flavour. Attractive vigorous growing habit. Very Low Chill requirements. Can be maintained at 4m x 3m. Olive trees are wind-pollinated, with the … Read More »
Olive Manzanillo is an oil or table olive with small to medium fruit on a small spreading tree. An early bearer and good in cooler climates. Requires free draining soil. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. … Read More »
Large fruiting variety suitable for either green or black pickling. Good cropper with high oil percentage. Great as a hedge, or shelter. Hardy.
The image in the container is of our 45L grade. They are magnificent and will give you an instant effect … Read More »
The best-known fruiting pomegranate variety produces large, deep purple-red ornamental fruit. The tree is vigorous and productive, with stunning flowers. Pomegranates grow best in areas with cold winters and long hot, dry summers.
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A smallish bush which can be easily squeezed into a small garden as a hedging border or as a stand alone specimen. A mixture of red, white and black currants make a unique feature in your garden and in the kitchen. … Read More »
A new variety that colours up right from the start, with pink inside. Medium-sized and compact, which reduces wind damage. The stems maintain their redness when cooked. Will look great in any crumble, pie, sauce or whichever culinary favourite you prefer. … Read More »
Vivid, dark red colouring, and large green leaves. Easy to grow and disease-free in a wide range of climates. It grows all year round. Growing rhubarb in New Zealand is very easy. It grows best in partial shade, in a cool to warm climate. They d … Read More »
Red stemmed variety that colours up right from the start. Medium sized and compact which reduces wind damage. The stems maintain their redness when cooked. Will look great in any crumble, pie, sauce or whichever culinary favourite you prefer. Cold to … Read More »
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