Trees

We stock a growing variety of native tree species, ranging from 40cm
to 1m in height. Free delivery to immediate Whangarei area.
PB3 pots (40 - 50cm) can be couriered nation wide.
PB5* and PB8* (1m+) pots require custom shipping arrangements

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    Ake Ake Available in green (out of stock) or red (Dodonaea viscosa purpurea). An attractive shrub to small tree often used as hedging or as an attractive garden specimen shrub. Very attractive as hedging in an alternating green/red pattern.GREEN ONLY at this time

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    Harakeke (flax) Available in green or red/bronze. Native evergreen plant once used extensively for weaving, as well as rope and sail making. Grows in large attractive clumps with long strap-like leaves of two or three metres. Producing in summer tall flowering spikes of red and yellow flowers reaching up to five metres.At the beginning of the season...

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    Houpara – (Pseudopanax lessonii) Naturally occurring in coastal forests north of Poverty Bay in the Nort Island. Prefers mild moist conditions. Reaches up to 6 metres.  May also be available as cultivars: 'Gold Splash'... with variegated gold and green leaves and 'Nigra'... with it's purple / brown foliage.

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    Kahikatea (Dacrycarpus dacrydioides) Dominant in lowland forest and wetlands throughout the North and South Islands it eventually reaches a height of 55 metres and a trunk of one metre diameter.

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    Karaka (Cornycarpus laevigatus) Ranging from Banks peninsula in the South Island to the far north, including the Three Kings Islands and the Kermadecs, however botanists believe that it would have been spread to the South Island by early Maori and then birds.

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    Karo (Pittosporum crassifolium) A smallish tree reaching about 6 metres, originally from the top half of the North Island. Grey / green leathery leaves and red / purple flowers in Spring. Able to withstand strong winds and salt spray.

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    Kauri  (Agathis Australis) The largest (by volume) but not the tallest species of tree in New Zealand, standing up to 50m. These one year old specimens now at 20 - 30cm to and growing fast. Plant out at this size with protection, or grow on for one year to 60 - 80cm before planting.

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    KawaKawa (Macropiper excelsum) A native coastal shrub reaching 2 - 3m tall, it is popular as a medicinal herbal remedy for stomach complaints, and chewing the leaves will reduce toothache.

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    KoheKohe (Dysoxylum spectabile) A medium-sized tree found in lowland and coastal forests throughout most of the North Island, and also occurs in the Marlborough Sounds.Mature trees grow up to 15m in height, with a trunk up to a metre in diameter.

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    Kowhai (Sophora microphylla) An iconic yellow flowering leguminous tree grown throughout NZ, attracting the Tui and other birdlife to the garden. Growing up to 6 or 8 metres, they are semi deciduous, temporarily losing most of their leaves after flowering, and leaving clusters of long seed pods filled with distinctive bright yellow seeds.

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    Lemonwood (Tarata) An attractive and popolar pittosporum frequently used in hedgerows and shelter belts. Also makes an attractive garden specimen. The largest of New Zealand's pittosporums, it can reach over 10 metres, but is easily pruned to maintain a desired height.

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    Maka Maka (Ackama rosaefolia) Native to the north of Auckland, this is a very attractive small tree / shrub that can reach about 6 metres, or can be kept pruned to a rounded 2 metre shrub. The foliage resembles that of a rose bush, hence the name rosaefolia . It produces attractive white / pink flowers and reddish seed clusters.

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