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  • Bath lady 2 $130
    Height 80 cm.
  • Eugenia ventananti
    A versatile quick growing tree which can be clipped as a hedge or used as specimen planting. Dark green, glossy evergreen foliage tipped bronze/red on new growth, is complimented by small white fragrant flowers. Useful as a hedge, screen or topiary. Hardy. Grows to H 4m x W 3m. Photo shown is an example of a very large specimen.
  • Begonia Vision White
    Attractive pure white flowers on contrasting bronze foliage. Frost tender bedding plant. Height 20cm.
  • Mandarin Encore PB10 Grafted
    The "Encore" mandarin tree is a small citrus variety, one of the latest mandarins to ripen. While the "Encore" isn't widely available commercially, it performs well as a backyard citrus tree, with ornamental characteristics and sweet juicy fruit. Mandarins are often referred to as "tangerines," a nickname given to one mandarin variety that became an interchangeable term for all mandarins.
  • Roman birdbath $120
    Height 61 cm, width 46 cm.
  • Medium turtle $20
    Height 10 cm, length 20 cm.
  • Eagle $180
    Height 75 cm.
  • Poodle $25
    Height 17 cm, length 23 cm.
  • 4 koru on koru column $220
    Height 98 cm.
  • Fascicularia bicolor
    Fascicularia bicolor is a terrestrial Bromeliad from the cool coast of Chile. It forms a rosette of aloe-like leaves. While the leaves do have spines, they are not very menacing, so it is safe to grow the plant near walkways. It produces many offsets over the years, eventually forming a large colony. You may separate the offsets if you wish. Around October, the central leaves of mature plants turn bright red and the flower cluster emerges. Each bloom in the cluster has 3 blue petals surrounding bright yellow anthers. It's a truly dazzling effect.
  • Double twist $130
    Height 75 cm, width 24 cm.
  • Roman column 59 cm $110
    Height 59 cm, width 26 cm.
  • Japanese Lantern 3 $60
    Height 52 cm, width 29 cm. In two pieces.
  • Lady with children $130
    Height 71 cm, width 32 cm.
  • Murraya paniculata 2.5 L
    Murraya paniculata also known as Orange Jasmine makes a fantastic addition to any landscape. This evergreen shrub flowers at intervals throughout the year, producing clusters of beautiful, fragrant jasmine-scented flowers followed by small oval red fruits that contain one or two seeds. Easy to care for, it tolerates most conditions and is hardy to -4°C (25°F) Preferring full sun but will grow in part shade, in almost any kind of soil, Orange Jasmine is a moderate grower and makes an outstanding boxwood like hedge or decorative container plant due to its compact habit and dense glossy green foliage.
  • Kermadec Island Nikau 25 L
    Rhopalostylis baueri Kermadec Island Nikau Palm 2 + meters tall
  • Carex comans 'Bronze'
    Red brown tussock. Hardy plant which tolerates salt and damp.
  • Angel birdbath $120
    Height 61 cm, width 46 cm
  • Long pot $45
    Height 34 cm, width 29 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
  • Petroselium crispum/Italian Parsley
    This Italian flat-leafed parsley has, of course, flat leaves, which distinguish it from the better-known curly-leafed parsley. Its flavor is distinctly parsley, and it is favoured for its deep flavour, which some say holds up better in cooking than curly parsley. It is popular in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Easy to chop, the nutritious flat leaves are high in iron and in vitamins A, C, and E. A high chlorophyll content makes it a natural breath sweetener, too. Of course, you can also use it in vegetable and herb beds. In a flower bed it makes a nice, green leafy companion to small flowers such as pansies. It is also more tolerant of hot weather than curly parsley, which can struggle during the peak of summer, and is frost tolerant.
  • Sunflower 'Moulin Rouge'
    The name is exotic and this sunflower variety is true to its name. Moulin Rouge produces a profusion of burgundy red flowers on multiple branches. No other sunflower offers such a consistent rich velvety color as Moulin Rouge. It is the industry standard for the “red”color in sunflower. Moulin Rouge is excellent for bouquets. Full sun. Height of 2m. plant 400mm apart
  • Borago officinalis
    Borage is very useful in the garden. It attracts bees, which increases pollination of nearby plants. Borage may also enhance the growth of tomatoes (by confusing and repelling tomato hornworm); brassicas (by repelling and confusing cabbage worms); and strawberries may do better when grown near borage. The flower has a sweet honey-like taste and as one of the few truly blue-coloured edible things, is often used to decorate desserts. Vegetable use of borage is common in many countries. Although often used in soups, one of the better known German borage recipes is the Green Sauce (Grüne Soße) made in Frankfurt. In Italian Liguria, borage is commonly used as filling of the traditional pasta ravioli and pansoti. Average to rich soil, well-draining; allowed to dry in between waterings.
  • Sempervivum ssp.
    Sempervivum, also known as “houseleeks” or “hen and chick” plants, are among the most popular succulents. They are exceptionally hardy plants and seem to thrive in cold and hot, low light or strong light. They are closely related to echeveria, kalanchoe and crassula, which all belong to the Crassulaceae family. There is a very wide variety of sempervivum, and they are easily pressed into service as beautiful mixed-dish gardens.
  • Tui Flower Power
    Tui Flower Power growing mix will improve the health, vitality, and growth potential of flowering plants. Tui Flower Power is a 100% weed free, bark and peat based mix with a six month controlled release fertiliser. The additions of Acadian seaweed, sulphate of potash, and Saturaid will ensure your plants reach their maximum flowering potential while developing a strong root system and healthy green foliage. Use Tui Flower Power when planting into garden beds, pots and containers, or hanging baskets.
  • Hook $140
    Height 60 cm, width 46 cm.
  • Aloe vera
    Because Aloe Vera plants are very succulent and consist of 95% water, they are extremely frost tender. If they are grown outdoors in warm climates, they should be planted in full sun, or light shade. The soil should be moderately fertile, and fast draining. Established plants will survive a drought quite well, but for the benefit of the plant, water should be provided. The medicinal properties of Aloe vera have been known and recorded since biblical times. It has been used for a variety of ailments, and as an ointment for burns, cuts, and rashes, as well as an ingredient in various beauty preparations. The sap of the Aloe is a thick, mucilaginous gel. It is this gel which is used medicinally. The outer skin has essentially no value, but because it is commercially easier and less expensive to utilize the entire leaf, 'whole leaf' Aloe juice has been hyped as the 'best'. This is not the case. Because Aloe is a genus containing over 500 species of flowering succulent plants, if you want a stemless Aloe or one that has a stem like Aloe arborescens please make sure you specify the one you want when you purchase.
  • Chocolate mint
    Chocolate mint leaves have a delightful minty chocolate flavor, much like the classic Girl Scout cookie. Stems tend to run rampantly over—and under—soil. In small garden spaces, it’s best to tuck chocolate mint into a pot to curtail its wandering ways. Chocolate mint thrives alongside water gardens or in damp spots in the yard. Lushest growth occurs in moist soil in partial shade. Crush fresh leaves into water for a refreshing beverage, or add to tea or coffee. You can also dry leaves for flavoring desserts, like ice cream, meringues, quick breads, or cakes. Pick leaves frequently. Plants open lavender blooms in late summer. Tolerates light frost.
  • 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
  • Crassula multicava
    Crassulas are often small, curiously formed plants that are favourites for succulent collectors. Crassula multicava is one of those plants that can be used for almost all purposes and this is without a doubt why it has become such an important garden plant throughout South Africa as well as in other countries. There are not many shade-loving succulents that create as beautiful a display as C. multivava. The uniformity, compactness and neat, low-growing appearance of this plant is much enjoyed by the gardener and landscaper alike. The plants are also very long lived and respond well to pruning when overgrown. C. multicava is a moderate to fast-growing, mat-forming, evergreen groundcover up to ± 300 mm, that produces an outstanding uniform effect when planted in masses. As with all members of the genus, the glossy, oval to round leaves are formed in opposite pairs. They are light to dark green depending on the position in the garden, darker in the shade and paler in semi-shade to su
  • Small pump $110
    Height 62 cm.
  • Saint Francis $75
    Height 64 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,
  • Pittosporum ' Stephens Island' 19 Litre
    An attractive, large growing, hardy evergreen with lime to olive green leaves. Due to its neutral colour and texture, it provides a fabulous background for many garden designs and styles. This plant maintains a neat habit, is quick growing and ideal for screening out unwanted views, noise or wind. Its non-invasive root structure prefers free draining soil in a sunny or partly shaded position. Rapid Growth, Height after 5 years: 3 m Height when mature: 5 m
  • Teddy holding a umbrella $20
  • Chrysanthemum Paludosum 1 Litre Pot
    Single white daisy with yellow centre. Upright habit on compact plants. Height 15-20cm. Ideal in pots & planters, hanging baskets or the garden. Frost hardy bedding plant.
  • Boy reading $35
    Height 30 cm, width 16 cm.
  • Camellia
    Rose-pink with white centre petaloids, miniature, peony form. Strong, slender, upright growth. 2 x1m
  • Organic Red Salad Bowl
    Needs plenty of water and not much sun, ideally a cool, northfaceing bed, kept moist with frequent watering. Distance of 300mm apart. Sinle leave harvest as the plant will reproduce for months.
  • Rabbit standing $20
    Height 18 cm, width 9 cm.

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