Acaena caesiiglauca is a hardy New Zealand native groundcover that grows to a height of 5-10 cm and a spread of about 60cm. The flowers consist of reddish burrs and its foliage is described as a silky, bluish-grey. Best colour in full sun. … Read More »
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Acaena inermis purpurea is a New Zealand native groundcover. This tough beauty has incredib … Read More »
Wineberry, MakomakoMakomako occurs naturally throughout New Zealand in damp disturbed forest margins. Makomako is used as a colonising plant as it is an easy to establish, quick growing small tree. It has panicles of rose flowers in Spring and serrated gr … Read More »
Arthropodium Cirratum - Rengarenga Lily - a clump forming plant with soft, drooping leaves and masses of white flowers, produced on long stems in summer. An attractive and versatile plant. Tolerates very dry, exposed and salty con … Read More »
Arthropodium cirratum ‘Matapouri Bay’ is another stunning variety of the more commonly known Renga Rena Lily, found naturally throughout coastal areas of New Zealand. This variety has broad, short leaves and puts on a fabulous show of tall whi … Read More »
A selection of the NZ Renga renga lily, with a more delicate habit. Smaller than other selections, with narrow, shorter leaves and with the flowers quite widely spaced on the stem. Looks wonderful in a dark shaded corner, especially when in flower. … Read More »
Asplenium bulbiferum - more commonly known as the hen and chicken fern -commonly grows in lowland bush throughout New Zealand and is also commercially grown and sold. This fern belongs to the Aspleniaceae family and thrives in many conditions from sh … Read More »
Asplenium bulbiferum Maori Princess with its lush green, shining fronds is a hybrid of Asplenium bulbiferum (x Asplenium oblongifolium).
Loves a shaded area to show off the beautiful green of the fronds. Can grow to over 1m tall x 1m wide … Read More »
Brilliant, under utilized native tree. Has large leathery looking leaves which have a red tinge. Berries are dark purple and are favorites to wood pigeons. It will only tolerate a light frost, and is best provided with a wind break when y … Read More »
This fern will thrive indoors or out. It forms an upright growth habit which will develop a short trunk when mature and it is often called the dwarf tree fern. It is frost tender and prefers a warm, shady area and like most ferns it will require ade … Read More »
Brachyglottis monroi, also known as Monro's Daisy, is a bushy, evergreen shrub native to North Canterbury. The foliage of this plant is spearshaped, olive green with a white under and jagged edges. This plant has vibrant yellow flowers duri … Read More »
Carex comans Frosted Curl is a 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 »
Carex Evergold - An attractive low growing grass with variegated foliage, long golden leaves with deep green margins. Looks great used as a border or planted en masse. Great plant to brighten up an area
Image shown is of our 1.5L pot. … 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 »
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 »
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