10-Feb-16

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 Listing 8 Plants

SPECIES Common Name and Grade Price Image  10 years   Maturity 
Characteristics for Specials

Arthropodium

Native lilies are very popular and look most effective when planted in groups. The larger growing renga renga lily is now replacing agapanthus in a lot of landscaping projects.

Arthropodium cirratum ''Te Puna''

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Rengarenga Lily

Lovely compact form with small starry white flowers during summer. Looks great mass planted under trees. Prefers semi-shade and protection from hard frosts.

Flowers Frost hardy when mature Prefers partial shade Prefers well drained soil

Pot17

$3.50

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1st grade

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40cm x 40cm

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40cm x 40cm

SPECIES Common Name and Grade Price Image  10 years   Maturity 
Characteristics for Specials

Cortaderia

Toetoe

An effective and useful landscaping plant forming large clumps with tall flower plumes spring or summer. Useful in retaining steep banks and will tolerate strong winds making it a good shelter plant. Will also grow in damp conditions around ponds.

Austroderia fulvida syn Cortaderia

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Kakaho

Smaller toe toe species. Flowers October to December. Common on stream banks, swamp edges and hillsides. Nice garden plant for a mixed planting. Also great revegetation species.

Prefers damp conditions Frost hardy Prefers open sunlight Tolerant of salt laden winds Prefers well drained soil Wetland species

Pot14

$2.00

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1.5m x 1.5m

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1.5m x 1.5m

SPECIES Common Name and Grade Price Image  10 years   Maturity 
Characteristics for Specials

Carex

Native grasses are now used extensively in landscaping, being hardy and easy care they look great in mass plantings and their colour range makes them very versatile with other plants. Dead leaves can be raked out and plants can benefit with a very low cut back.

Carex secta

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Niggerhead, Pukio

Large green sedge. Excellent for wetland restoration planting. Good duck feed and shelter.

Prefers damp conditions Frost hardy Prefers open sunlight Riparian plantings Wetland species Prefers wet soil

Pot14

$2.00

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1.5ltr 40cm high

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1m

Mature Shape Picture

1m

Carex virgata

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Swamp Sedge

Vigorous, green swamp sedge. Similar to Carex secta but will grow in drier sites.

Prefers damp conditions Frost hardy Prefers open sunlight Riparian plantings Wetland species Prefers wet soil

Pot14

$2.00

815 left

1st grade 1.5ltr

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Ten Year Shape Picture

90cm

Mature Shape Picture

90cm

SPECIES Common Name and Grade Price Image  10 years   Maturity 
Characteristics for Specials

Chamaecytisus

Chamaecytisus palmensis

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Tree Lucerne

Evergreen, useful nurse plant for natives. Great for attracting birds. Quick growing Young new season grade available.

Attracts birds Suitable for firewood Frost hardy when mature Prefers open sunlight Prefers well drained soil

RTH

$1.50

953 left

excellent 1st grade

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3m x 2m

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4m x 2m

SPECIES Common Name and Grade Price Image  10 years   Maturity 
Characteristics for Specials

Hebe

The range of hebes is immense and with the choice of introduced cultivars the flowers provide great colour for the garden. Their growth forms vary from prostrate ground cover to taller shrub types up to 2m. Prefer open sunny areas and a good clip back after flowering will maintain their shape.

Hebe recurva

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Hebe

Low growing, spreading ground cover, neat compact form; white flowers.

Prefers dry conditions Flowers Frost hardy Prefers well drained soil

Pot13

$2.00

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1.5ltr grade

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30cm

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30cm

SPECIES Common Name and Grade Price Image  10 years   Maturity 
Characteristics for Specials

Leptospermum

Leptospermum scoparium

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Tea Tree, Manuka

Hardy coloniser; tolerant of dry to damp/wet area. White flowers. Very good firewood. Great for the bees.

Suitable for firewood Flowers Frost hardy Prefers open sunlight Riparian plantings Prefers well drained soil Wetland species Prefers wet soil

Pot14

$2.50

849 left

UMF Manuka

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3.5m x 1.5m

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4m x 1.5m

SPECIES Common Name and Grade Price Image  10 years   Maturity 
Characteristics for Specials

Myoporum

Myoporum laetum

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Ngaio

Coastal tree with fleshy gland dotted leaves; very wind hardy. Grows in sandy soils. Quite quick growing. Can be used as hedging.

Coastal species Frost hardy when mature Prefers open sunlight Tolerant of salt laden winds Good shelter

PB3

$2.00

185 left

1st grade 1.5ltr

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Ten Year Shape Picture

3m x 3m

Mature Shape Picture

7m x 4m