This attractive NZ native perennial grass has upright, rather stiff, tufted appearance that lends itself well to architectural designs within the garden. The medium sized clump of narrow, rolled, reddish brown leaves have slight curls at the tips th … Read More »
New Zealand native. A popular cultivar grass with pale green leaves distinctly curling at the tips. Great for edge of borders or grouped as a ground cover. Very hardy. Grows to H 40cm x W 40cm … Read More »
A highly decorative form of carex that makes an excellent feature when mass planted or when grown in containers, may also be used in borders and for edging. Has arching, variegated foliage with beautiful feathery plumes that begin to emerge duri … Read More »
A densely tufted sedge growing up to 50 cm high, very similar to C.testaceae and differing largely in its colour, ranging from shiny green to bronze with brownish shades. The channelled leaves are 1.5-2.5 mm wide and are sharply scabrid along their margin … Read More »
A new selection of Carex. Maintains a fresh green colouring with a tidy habit. Gets to a maximum height of 70cm. Very useful in all areas of the garden. Similar to Carex testacea, but green.  … Read More »
Carex morrowii a Japanese exotic clump-forming evergreen ornamental grass with stiff, dark green leaves with narrow white edges; 30cm long. It will form a clump with a height of 30-40 cm and will stand temperatures down to minus 15 c, and is drought … Read More »
Carex secta is a common endemic sedge of coastal to montane swampy areas throughout New Zealand from sea level to 900 m. It is found throughout the North, South, Stewart Islands and also on the main Chatham Island, though it is scarce there.
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Carex Testacea - This hardy evergreen grass will impress you with its bright sunset orange tones throughout the year. Its clean mounding habit makes it suitable for mass planting or large landscaping projects in either hot and dry or cold and exposed cond … Read More »
Carex trifida is a sedge indigenous to New Zealand, southern South Island, Stephens, Stewart, Chatham, Snares, Antipodes, Auckland, and Campbell Islands. It is also present on Macquarie Island, in southern South America and the Falkland Islands.
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A vigorous sedge of swampy places throughout New Zealand. As it is a successful colonising plant, it is used for wetland planting but it will also grow on dry sites. Therefore a suitable species where the conditions may vary periodically from very wet to … Read More »
Tough low maintenance grass with shapely foliage all year and drooping small toi toi flowers in summer. Drought and wind tolerant The perfect plant and forget plant. Great for mass planting, along walls or on banks … Read More »
Very beautiful plant with leaves that glow and shimmer in the sun and ripple in the wind creating many textures and patterns. Flowers in early summer and attractive seed heads remain for many weeks. … Read More »
Ti Kouka/Cabbage Tree A tall tree which can be grown in coastal, swampy, dry or exposed situations. Cabbage trees are effective planted in groups and are easily established. Good for shelter and for soil stabilisation Height 10m x Width 3m … Read More »
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