A delightful and spectacular "Home Grown" NZ native that is not only easy to grow, but also tolerates a wide range of conditions. In spring and early summer, broad arching leaves send up beautiful sprays of starry white flowers... what a magnificent display!
Even without the beautiful white flowers special selection Parnell is an attractive addition to any garden. Commonly called Reinga Lily or Rengarenga Lily. Naturalises readily.[more...]
Easy to grow climbing vine that looks fantastic when in full bloom. Medium sized white flowers in spring.
Great for training across pergola's shed or garages![more...]
The Cabbage Tree tolerates cold weather better than many other tree-sized monocots and can be planted to give that tropical, exotic look.
Looks similar to palm trees[more...]
A great landscape plant, becoming more popular in the new easy-care garden environments! Densely tufted foliage is green below with bright orange on the upper half, this gives it an overall golden appearance.
Grows quickly and forms abundant drooping flower stems in summer. "Cold Stratify" required, detailed cultural information on packet.[more...]
Tough yet elegant, Chionochloa flavicans provides shapely foliage all year round and elegant pale creamy-green flower plumes in mid-summer. Flower heads grow to approx. 1.5m. Resembles a mini Toe Toe. "Cold Stratify" required - detailed cultural information on packet.[more...]
Another great landscaping plant. Tough, drought resistant, wind tolerant yet attractive and extremely versatile.
Relatively pest and disease free.[more...]
Easy to grow cushions of blue tinged grass. Tough, versatile and well worth growing in any situation. Ideal for mixed planters, rock gardens, and landscaping.[more...]
A delightful native bush/shrub that is smothered with purple/red flowers in spring.
Likes well drained conditions but can tolerate nutritionally poor conditions! Easy to grow. Great space filler.[more...]
Well known and much loved by most. Fantastic pale golden yellow flowers arrive en masse in August and September on this fantastic native tree - signifying the welcome onset of spring! Slow growing.[more...]
Also known as Tea Tree. White to red flowers cover this native tree/shrub from early spring through to early summer.
Needs careful pruning, since mature wood does not have live buds. In general, a light pruning after the flowering period is suggested.[more...]