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  • Achmea fascinata/Silver Vase
    Originally from Rio de Janeiro, this stunning landscape and house plant was brought to Europe in 1826. This plant and many hybrids are now grown worldwide in the millions. The plant is a classic vase shape, very pleasing to the eye, in broad leaves of dark green, with-silber white bands. Eben without a flower this is a striking plant, but when it flowers, it is a showstopper- the pyramidal flowerhead is raised about 15cm and has spiky, shocking-pink flower bracts and blue flower petals, a sumptuous combination.Brilliant as a potted plant, an epiphyte, or groundcover under light shade.
  • Euphorbia bicompacta var rubra
    "Purple Leaf Brown Jug Plant" African Milk Bush or Tanzanian "Red Milk Bush" Thick upright woody/succulent trunk and side branches adorned with beautiful succulent leaves wine red with slight green flecking, purple beneath; red inflorescence featuring unusual bracts. Very attractive, very easy to grow with bright light to full sun. Quite imposing when manipulated into a staked topiary standard. Let us know if you would like one in a standard form.
  • Frog on lily pad $40
    Width 22 cm, length 27 cm.
  • Twin cats standing $15
    Height 16 cm, width 13 cm.
  • Dog with his leg up $30
    Height 16 cm, length 23 cm.
  • Two tier koru on koru column $230
  • Neoregelia marmorata
    Commonly known as one of the tank bromeliads, Neoregelia concentrica is an epiphyte that is native to Brazil. It has become a common plant for collectors, and over 200 hybrids have been created that have varying leaf color and patterns. The leaves of N. concentrica grow very close to each other and at slight angles. This creates a depression or tank in which water can accumulate and is called a phytotelma. This is of obvious importance to N. concentrica itself as this is a major source of water for this epiphyte
  • Aphrodite $130
    Height 78 cm.
  • Digitalis purpurea f. albiflora
    Digitalis can be biennials or usually short-lived perennials forming a rosette of simple leaves with bell-shaped flowers in slender, erect, usually one-sided racemes. D. purpurea f. albiflora is a biennial or short-lived perennial, with softly hairy leaves and tall, one-sided spires of pendant, tubular, creamy-white flowers 6cm long.
  • Urnboy birdbath $120
    Height 65 cm, width 46 cm.
  • Phormium Surfer Bronze 2 L (KP)
    A very dwarf bronze flax with strong form. Clumps freely to make a good strong cover with striking texture. Mass plant for best effect. Fantastic in a rock garden, or with stone mulch, most suitable dry position, withstands extreme cold, alpine, windy or coastal conditions. Mature Height 30cm x width 30cm
  • Sedum reflexum
    A vigorous species of Stonecrop, excellent as a groundcover or lawn substitute in hot, sunny areas. It forms a mat of blue-green leaves, arranged around the stems like spruce needles. Clusters of yellow star flowers appear in summer. A fast grower, this is best kept away from slower alpine plants that it might smother. Good choice for tubs and mixed containers. Easy to propagate; simply break pieces off in early summer and stick them in the ground. Mow in spring if desired.
  • Lizard birdbath $130
    Height 64 cm, width 45 cm.
  • Twist and koru $110
    Height 58 cm, width 30 cm.
  • Carex testacea
    Carex Testacea is a native grass with a distinctive rich orange and green colouring and a weeping form. It is hardy to drought and salt winds and needs an open situation in full sun to maintain its colour. This grass has very long seed head stems with an arching, rather wide-spreading foliage. Carex testacea is probably the most popular native grass used in amenity planting. It is found throughout New Zealand in lowland to montane forests, grasslands and sand dunes. In Auckland it is naturally found on the East Coast only. Carex raotest is naturally found on the West Coast of Auckland. Plant in mass for effect.H 40cm x W 40cm
  • Sydney silky $40
    Height 30 cm, length 25 cm.
  • Small garden plaque $30
    Height 18 cm, width 32 cm.
  • Japanese Lantern 8 $199
    Height 100 cm, width 22 cm. In three pieces.
  • Japanese Lantern 5 $85
    Height 50 cm, width 22 cm. In three pieces.
  • Lavender 'Avonview' 1.3 L
    Lavender Avonview is a fantastic, compact evergreen small shrub. It is a vigorous form of Italian Lavender that grows to a height of 80cms and 60cms wide. The foliage is grey-green in colour and highly fragrant. The flowers are fragrant as well and are a beautiful purple colour. ‘Avonview’ usually flowers during the warmer months. It is used in many different ways including small hedging, cottage gardens, rockeries, Tuscan style gardens and also great for pots.
  • Miracle Grow Maxfeed Toms, Vege, 500gm
    Miracle Grow is a water soluble plant fertiliser that feeds through the roots and the leaves to promote beautiful flowering plants. MaxFeed soluble fertiliser granules dissolve readily in water and the solution is rapidly absorbed by flowering and fruiting plants and trees, giving fast results. This mix is especially formulated for feeders like Tomatoes and Veges
  • Ficus elastica 'Rubra'
    The rubber plant (Ficus elastica) is a popular ornamental plant from the Ficus genus. In it's natural habitat it grows over 30 metres tall, however, the varieties grown indoors are a much more manageable height. For the indoor grower looking for a tree type plant species with attractive foliage which can grow 0.3m, this is an excellent choice.
  • Dendrobium kingianum
    Dendrobium kingianum is usually a lithophyte (growing on rocks) but can sometimes be found as an epiphyte (growing on another living plant, but not parasitic in nature). Pseudo-bulbs are up slender, up to 35 cm long with a thick base. There are usually 3 to 6 thick leaves at the top of each Pseudo-bulb. Flowers occur on stems from the top of each Pseudo-bulb in racemes of 2 to 15 flowers per stem. They are usually pink to deep mauve but white forms are known. Flowers are seen from late winter to spring.
  • Koru birdbath with square top $130
    Height 52 cm, width 46 cm.
  • Sweet Pea/Lathyrus odoratus - Cut Flower
    The lovely fragrance of the sweet pea is one of the things that makes it so popular, along with the fact that the pretty flowers are long-lasting as cut flowers. Sweet peas dislike acid soils. Pinch back growth to encourage branching as the plants develop. Pick the flowers regularly. Watch for mildew on the leaves. Most sweet peas are tall-growing climbers that need to be given the support of a sun-drenched wall, fence or trellis, but there are some smaller varieties that are suited to pots. Sweet Peas are originally from Italy, but New Zealand's Sweet Pea breeders are now leading in the worldwide breeding of Sweet Peas. You are buying Cut Flowers not the plants. Comes in bunches of 5 long stems with multiple flowers,
  • Elephant $20
    Height 17 cm.
  • Acorus gramineus Ogon PB2
    Easily grown in average, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Grows well in both boggy conditions (including very shallow water) and consistently moist garden soils. Scorched leaf tips will occur if soils are allowed to dry out. Appreciates some relief from hot summer sun (e.g., afternoon shade or filtered sun) when grown in hot summer climates. Slowly naturalizes by spreading roots, but is not too aggressive.
  • 3 cats in a basket $25
    Height 12 cm, width 23 cm.
  • A pair of  large doves $60
    Height 17 cm, length 20 cm.
  • Spiral $140
    Height 57 cm, width 57 cm.
  • Small fish hook $50
    Height 37 cm, width 24 cm.
  • Lavender angustifolia 'Munstead'
    Lavender angustifolia ‘Munstead’ is a compact, early-flowering English lavender cultivar that was first introduced into commerce in 1916. It is a semi-woody perennial that typically grows to 50cm tall and as wide. Lavender blue flowers appear in terminal spikes in late spring well into summer. Square stems are clad with very narrow, opposite or whorled, green-gray leaves (to 2” long) that are evergreen in warm winter climates. Both foliage and flowers are highly aromatic. English lavender species plants have been mainstays of herb gardens for many years.
  • Coprosma Black Cloud 1.5 L (KP)
    This is a HARDY Coprosma! Ok, hardy for us anyway. Unscathed in full exposure in the McLaughlin garden during the rough winter of 08 where it took low teens without a whimper where it is a bushy 5' fine textured shrub. Mocha black green evergreen small leaves take on varying shades with the seasons. Blackish spidery witch hazel flowers merit close inspection. There aren't many woody plants bringing this color to the garden and fewer yet with any degree of hardiness.
  • Tillandsia tenuifolia
    This tiny species is widely distributed in woodland environments from the West Indies to Bolivia and Argentina. Clusters of stiff, pointed, silver-green leaves form huge clumps over time. The flower bracts are shocking pink ti, tipped with bright blue petals in early spring. This plant prefers dappled shade and frequent moisture and is best grown outdoors attached to tees.
  • Ionic column 88 cm $150
    Height 88 cm, width 24 cm.
  • Curved garden seat $199
    Height 38 cm, width 34 cm, length 101 cm.
  • Three boys birdbath $160
    Heigth 75 cm, width 50 cm.
  • Orcanic Onion 'Musona White'
    Sow Spring to Early Summer in a sunny, well drained position. Onions do well in a rich soil with lots of organic matter. When mature, lift them up and allow them to dry in a cool airy place out of direct sunlight. They could be hung under house eves, or spread out on a rack for a few days. Should store well into Autumn. Onions are a rich source of Quercetin, a potent anti-oxidant. This helps normalise the condition of the blood, circluatory system and immune system. Harvest: when tops fall over or when plants send up flower stalks. Limited   storage ability. Companion Plants: Likes - Tomato, Strawberry, Potato, Lettuce, Carrot, Cabbage,Beetroot Dislikes – Peas and Beans
  • Trespassers will be composted $20
    Height 19 cm, width 23 cm.

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