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  • Curry Plant
    Curry plant prefers to be planted in full sun in a sheltered area. It flowers prolifically in poor well-drained loamy soil. The leaves can be used fresh or dried to give a subtle seasoning to soups or stews. The flowers, which are borne in umbels, can be used in the kitchen as an attractive garnish or they can be dried for winter arrangements.
  • The tiff $20
    Height 25 cm, width 11 cm.
  • 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
  • Osteospermum ssp.
    A hardy spreading perennial that will produce an abundance of beautiful flowers. With months of flowering from early spring till the first frost, the Osteospermum makes an outstanding addition to your garden. It is hardy and drought resistant, ideal for coastal planting. Perfect for mass planting and for containers or as a ground cover.
  • Bath lady 2 $130
    Height 80 cm.
  • Kermadec Island Nikau 25 L
    Rhopalostylis baueri Kermadec Island Nikau Palm 2 + meters tall
  • Aloe plicatilis
    Large specimens of the fan aloe may reach a height of 3-5 m. The stems are forked with clusters of strap-shaped leaves arranged in 2 opposite rows. The clusters resemble an open fan, hence the common name fan aloe. The leaves are dull or grey-green in colour, with the margins almost smooth, except for some small teeth in the upper part. The leaves are about 300 mm long and 40 mm wide. The leaf sap is clear. The racemes are cylindrical in shape and are always single in each leaf cluster. There are up to 30 tubular, scarlet flowers, each about 50 mm long and somewhat fleshy in texture. This unusual arrangement and shape of the leaves makes this Aloe species unique. It flowers from August to October.
  • Festuca 'Banks Peninsula'
    Festuca Banks Peninsula inhabits Banks Peninsula. It has fine blue-green leaves up to 40cm long and a rather stiff habit. The flowering stems are taller and stand stiffly above the leaves. Grows well in dry conditions. The best foliage colouring is maintained if the plant is divided every few years.
  • Araucaria heterophylla/Norfolk Pine
    The trees can grow to a height of 50–65 m, with straight vertical trunks and symmetrical branches, even in the face of incessant onshore winds that can contort most other species. The distinctive appearance of this tree, with its widely spaced branches and symmetrical, triangular outline, has made it a popular cultivated species, either as a single tree or in avenues. When the tree reaches maturity, the shape may become less symmetrical. It grows well in deep sand, as long as it receives reliable water when young. This, and its tolerance of salt and wind, makes it ideal for coastal situations. Additionally, it is necessary for the species to be grown in oceanic coastal areas, because bodies of fresh water do not provide enough precipitation, moisture, consistent wind levels and saline air, which are all things the species requires.
  • 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
  • Boy with pipe $35
    Height 36 cm, width 16 cm.
  • Camellia 'Yuletide' PB18
    Camellia 'Yuletide' PB18. It is the reddest of the autumn flowering sasanqua Camellias, and has a very obliging compact growth habit. Great, both as a garden shrub or as a hedge, a popular use for this variety.
  • Welcome to my garden $50
    Height 30 cm, width 47 cm.
  • Thyme
    Versatile and beautiful, thymes should have a place in every herb garden. All thymes are perennial herbs with very small leaves and tiny flowers ranging in color from white through pink to deep rose-magenta. The creeping types will cover bricks and stones or low walls and can tolerate a certain amount of foot traffic. The bush forms are 6 to 8 inches high and have woody, wiry stems and branches.Common thyme (T. vulgaris) is the type of thyme most frequently used for cooking. Thymes need full sun and a dry, gritty soil. Buy named cultivars as plants, or plant thyme seed outdoors in a prepared bed in fall or spring, or start your seeds in flats indoors.
  • Hermerocallis-Daylily
    The daylily is a hardy perennial. They will grow almost anywhere and they flower from October to January and March to April. When you choose the correct variety for your particular location they may flower up to six months each year. The ideal position for your daylilies is in a sunny, well drained position. A minimum of half a day of sunshine is needed. Morning sun through early afternoon is ideal. Keep the garden beds mulched. This saves water and weeding. Remove the scapes when flowering has ceased. Remove dying leaves from the plant. We highly recommend cutting back the foliage of the evergreen varieties by about two-thirds in the winter time to encourage more luxuriant spring growth. Check for aphids down amongst the new leaves (look for white flecks). Soapy water will control them temporarily. Serveral different flowercolors are available.
  • Boronia megastigma Pb 12
    Boronia megastigma Pb12
  • Sun $40
    Height 31 cm.
  • Eristemon myoporoides 'Profusion' PB 12
    Eristemon Myoporoides `Profusion´ has in spring pink buds open to white star shaped flowers. The dark green oval leaves are aromatic when crushed. Suitable for floral work, prolific flowering.Can be pruned regularly to promote compact growth. Tolerant of frost and dry conditions. Height 1.5m x width 1m.
  • Camellia 'Setsugeka' 35 Litre
    This elegant fall blooming camellia has large pristine white semi-double flowers with golden centers of bright stamens. The flowers are borne a few at a time from early autumn to the end of December. The glossy, dark evergreen foliage covers lax flowing branches that are easy to train as an espalier or on to a trellis. The flowers have an exquisite and unusual fragrance with earthy undertones.
  • Rose boy $75
    Height 39 cm, width 21 cm.
  • Aspidistra elatior
    Cast Iron Plant - Aspidistra is a genus of flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Nolinoideae, native to eastern and southeastern Asia, particularly China and Vietnam. They grow in shade under trees and shrubs. Their leaves arise more or less directly from ground level, where their flowers also appear.
  • Cornucopia $130
    Height 71 cm, width 17 cm.
  • Billbergia saundersii
    Billbergia saundersii is a small, hardy bromeliad that is effectively used in mass plantings. In late fall the plants all come into bloom at the same time, creating a spectacular display. Like many Billbergias, the flowers don't last long, but in large clumps of this species, there will often be a second flowering about a month later. Individual plants only get about 0.3m tall, with an upright growth habit. In shaded areas they will have green leaves with white spots. In sunnier areas, the foliage will take on a pinkish or reddish hue.
  • Lavandula - Major
    Small bushy shrub with aromatic grey foliage. Long stems of fat dark mauve flowers in spring, with a second smaller flush mid summer. Food for bees. Plant in full sun in well drained soil. Best results if trimmed back after flowering. With good care they will last up to 10 years in the garden before replacements needed.
  • Chicago lady $40
    Height 33 cm
  • Anchor $120
    Height 58 cm, width 48 cm.
  • Onion 'Californian Early Red'
    Quality Eating, Crisp White Flesh. Matures in 175 days does best in heavily manured well worked soil. Full sun. 300mm apart. Excellent early onion with a popular mild flavor. Doesn’t store well.
  • Griselinea littoralis 'Whenuapai' PB 5
    Whenuapai makes a great formal dark green hedge up to 3m tall or it can be left untrimmed as a screen, shelter or backdrop for other dramatic plants. Equally at home in the sub tropical garden or formal setting.
  • Arthropodium bifurcatum 'Matapouri Bay' 1L
    A popular selection with broader leaves than Arthropodium cirratum, which have a bluish hue and larger flower heads. Masses of white flowers in late Spring to Summer. Arthropodium bifurcatum 'Matapouri Bay' can be used for coastal planting.Besides being frost tender it is otherwise a very useful and attractive plant for amenity planting. Protect from slugs and snails. H 50cm x W 50cm, tolerates sun or semi shade and tolerates also very dry and exposed conditions, frost tender.
  • Saint Francis $75
    Height 64 cm.
  • Kalanchoe
    Kalanchoe is a very hardy succulent plant suitable for indoor and mild outdoor growing. Kalanchoes prefer drier environments which makes them an easy care plant. They dislike humid environments. Remove spent flowers regularly, and your Kalanchoe will probably re-bloom again in 6-8 weeks. In the garden, your Flaming Katy will need protection from hot afternoon sun.
  • Tomato 'Principe Borghese'
    Egg sized, deeper than round plum fruits. Tomato Pomodoro Principe Borghese has a characteristic sharp taste as 'vine ripened' fruits for salad and ideal as a sun dried variety. A huge cropping tomato over the season.
  • Medium turtle $20
    Height 10 cm, length 20 cm.
  • Hydrangea Libelle
    Hydrangea Libelle, Lacecap group. Dense multi-stemmed shrub with lush light-green leaves, bold and saucer-shaped. In summer large flattened flower heads with pure white flowers arranged on the outside, surrounding the small blue fertile flowers. Very pretty. These form on two year old wood. Thin out crowded stems in late winter, shorten where necessary. Hardy for cold sites. Best in semi-shade, with good soil moisture.
  • Gardenia veitchii 8L(NC)
    Gardenia veitchii is a everblooming gardenia cultivar characterized by a low, mounding habit, evergreen leaves and sweetly fragrant flowers, which bloom throughout the spring and summer. Due to its short stature and compact habit, everblooming gardenia is a common choice for containers. Like other gardenia varieties, everblooming gardenia is a high-maintenance plant.
  • Pelagonium peltatum
    Pelargonium peltatum is a climbing, semi-succulent perennial, trailing through other trees and shrubs in its habitat. The climber has long, straggling shoots, which can reach a height of 2 m. This plant is characterized by its ivy-shaped leaves. Some of the leaves have distinctive zonal markings, but this is not a common characteristic. It produces clusters of flowers varying from mauve or pinkish mauve to pale pink or white. It flowers mainly in September to December.
  • Spring Onion 'Cocktail Barletta'
    Well draining soil full sun. Mild flavor onion flavor. Slice thinly as an imaginative ‘Sprinkler’ on soups, salads and gourmet morsels. Looks good, tastes good. Very easy and quick growing.
  • Thin Pots
    Brand New to the Market. Thin Pots designed for Thin Tanks but can be placed just about anywhere!!
  • Opiphogon nigra
    Mondo 'nigra' distinctive deep purple-black foliage. In summer, small sprays of lilac/pink flowers are followed by black fruits. Slow growing.
  • Thymus nummeralis 'Pizza'/Pizza Thyme
    A thyme for pizza lovers with both thyme and oregano flavours in one garnish. An upright type with lilac summer flowers. This variety is a Herb that typically grows as an Perennial, which is defined as a plant that matures and completes its lifecycle over the course of three years or more. Normally reaching to a mature height of o.3m, Pizza grows with a forb-like growth habit. Pizza Thyme is normally fairly low maintenance and quite easy to grow, as long as a level of basic care is provided throughout the year.

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