Coprosma ‘Kiwi Silver’ is a NZ native evergreen ground cover. It is a prostrate shrub with small glossy green and white leaves with silver sheen. Colour intensified in the cooler months. Thrives well in poor windy conditions but protect … Read More »
Mirror plant, Taupata A hardy shrub found in coastal areas throughout the North Island and as far south as Greymouth. The oblong leaves are dark green and very glossy and the berries are orange. Taupata is excellent for coastal revegetation planting. … Read More »
Karamu This coprosma is found in forest and scrub throughout New Zealand. It is like Coprosma repens but the leathery leaves are less glossy. Karamu produces masses of orange berries in late Summer. A fast growing colonising shrub used for revegetation pr … Read More »
Orangeish very bushy large shrub with many interlacing wide-angled twigs bearing clusters of pairs of very narrow leaves. Twigs fuzzy becoming orange towards base. Leaves 10-14 mm long by up to 1.5mm wide, sometimes bearing tiny clusters of hairs on upper … Read More »
A beautiful cultivar of NZ's native Coprosma commonly known as the 'Mirror Plant' because of the glossy leaves. 'Scarlett O'Hara' has reddish orange variegated foliage that intensifies in colour when the temperatures are cool. Plan … Read More »
Commonly known as the Mirror Plant because of the beautiful glossy shiny foliage. 'Tequila Sunrise' has a cocktail of foliage colours starting with emerald green and soft yellow and gradually turning to brilliant orange and gold. Happy in sun or p … Read More »
Coprosma virescens is a bushy narrowly-erect shrub or small tree up to 8 m tall, sometimes partly deciduous in winter. It has mottled, knobbly trunks (up to 20 cm) with zig-zagging, divaricating branches at an angle less than 90º. The slender branchl … 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 »
Cordyline Jade Fountain is a New Zealand native tree with an iconic form. Palm like green leaves crown the bare trunk, developing branches fairly close to the ground giving a very compact head of foliage, Impressive flowering spikes with cream flowers in … Read More »
This Cabbage Tree is different from it larger growing relatives. Short spiky green leaves grow right from the bottom to the top of the trunk. Ideal for containers or as a specimen in the garden. Position in full sun to part shade in mosit well draining … Read More »
The interesting tangle of tortured branches makes this little native an excellent choice for group planting or hedging. Bright yellow flowers in spring followed by berries that can be either red or yellow. Tough and easy to grow. Evergreen. Maximum Height … Read More »
Attractive native shrub with fine twiggy branches covered with grey-green foliage. In summer it has starry yellow flowers followed by red fruits. Great for coastal and exposed gardens. Hardy. Avoid sites that are boggy in winter. Excellent hedge plant. 1m … Read More »
Handsome shrub with chocolate colourings in the foliage that intensifies in Winter. Tolerates Coastal conditions. A great choice for a hege. Hardy. Gets to a height of 2m.
The plant in this photo is in a PB6.5 pot.  … Read More »
Silver green foliage with silver stems, this Corokia produces small star shaped flowers in summer followed by red berries in autumn. Makes a dense hedge or screen and is also a wonderful specimen shrub in a border or large container. Postion in full du … Read More »
Another great plant for a clipped hedge. Large light green leaves. Orange berries. 2mx1.5m No minimum number required. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate in contacting us.
This is a photo of a PB6.5 pot.  … Read More »
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