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BRACHYGLOTTIS SUNSHINE
Pretty yellow flowers cover brachyglottis "Sunshine" in summer, and look great against the grey foliage. Pests and diseases aren't too
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CABBAGE TREE
Maori believe that if cabbage trees flower in abundance, then it will be a long, hot summer. Regardless of that claim, cordyline austr
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CHIONOCHLOA FLAVICANS
Some people think that chionochloa flavicans is a miniature toetoe, but in fact they are not related. It's quite a sculptural plant an
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COPROSMA VIRESCENS
Another New Zealand plant with a divaricating habit, Coprosma virescens gets to 2 metres tall and 1 metre wide. It is easily pruned in
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COROKIA COTONEASTER
Yet another divaricating shrub, this one is a lot denser than coprosma virescens or muehlenbeckia astonii - hence its other name the "
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DIANELLA NIGRA
This little plant will get to around 60cm tall, and even though it looks like a grass, it is actually a member of the lily family. In
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GRISELINIA LITTORALIS
This is also known as Broadleaf or kapuka, and is commonly used as a hedging plant. It has thick glossy green leaves, and looks almost
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HEBE DIOSMIFOLIA
There are lots of hybrid species of hebe, but diosmifolia is one of the pure species. It's one of the earliest Hebes to flower startin
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LANCEWOOD
Pseudopanax crassifolius is one of a few species in New Zealand where the juvenile form of the tree is very different looking to the a
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LIBERTIA IXIOIDES
The New Zealand Iris looks very similar to a grass, but it is the pretty flowers and seeds on the plant that distinguish it. Libertia
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MANUKA
Also known as Tea Tree, Manuka or leptospermum scoparium is fast growing, flowering between September and June. Sooty mould can be a b
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MUEHLENBECKIA ASTONII
Muehlenbeckia astonii is a wonderful addition to any garden - with its rich brown delicate branches and tiny green heart-shaped leaves
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NEW ZEALAND DAPHNE
Pimelea prostrata or NZ Daphne, is a groundcover, and is a hardy little plant growing to cover about 1 metre. It has delicate foliage,
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OLEARIA PANICULATA
A good hedging and shelter plant, olearia paniculata has distinctive crinkly green-yellow leaves. It produces a profusion of tiny swee
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PHORMIUM
There are a number of plants in this species, also known generically as flax. Tuis and other nectar loving birds love the flowers that
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PRATIA ANGULATA
Also known as Panakenake, this is a very popular groundcover due to its pest resistance and how fast it grows. Like the NZ Daphne, it
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PRICKLY SHIELD FERN
Polystichum vestitum is one of the few natives that actually prefers a moist, shady site. It won't do as well in full sun, but will su
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RIBBONWOOD
Ribbonwood or Plagianthus regius is a fast growing, deciduous tree and will grow up to 8 metres tall. Over the summer months it has ti
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SCLERANTHUS BIFLORUS
There are two types of scleranthus: uniflorus and biflorus; we prefer biflorus as it's a more vivid green, and denser, whereas uniflor
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TOTARA
The majestic podocarpus can can live to over 1000 years old. They can reach heights of 30 metres - but this can take 100 years. It is
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