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Phyllocladus trichomanoides
Phyllocladus trichomanoides

Common Name: Tanekaha Celery Pine

Current Form: Upright

Tanekaha Tree Number One:

Current Planted Height: Approx 3.5m

Current Width: Approx 2m

Calliper: 90mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 40cm

Tanekaha Tree Number Two:

Current Planted Height: Approx 4m

Current Width: Approx 2.4m

Calliper: 100mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 57cm

Tanekaha Tree Number Three:

Current Planted Height: Approx 5m

Current Width: Approx 2.4m

Calliper: 90mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 40cm

 

Tanekaha is a native coniferous medium-size forest growing tree. It is an attractive native tree with a conical shape, often found growing naturally with the New Zealand Kauri and commonly grown in the North Island and in the Marlborough/Nelson area. Its common name ‘Celery Pine’ comes from the celery-like foliage of this graceful tree. The Maori made fairly extensive use of Tanekaha, as it is one of the strongest and most flexible native softwoods. These 3 unique specimens are ground-grown with full adult foliage. Our photos show the very pretty miniature fruits that appear in spring/summer.

$6,500.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Pinus ‘thunbergii’
Pinus ‘thunbergii’

Common Name: Japanese Stone Pine

Current Form: Upright with strong horizontal laterals

Current Planted Height: Approx 4.2m

Current Width: Approx 3m

Calliper: 120mm

Root ball dimensions: 1000mm D / 1200mm W

Availability: 2

 

 

This stout and elegant pine species has a rugged trunk of rough dark red bark with fissures revealing a black underlay. The framework of irregular, layered horizontal branches give the trees wonderfully unique and interesting character. These 2 trees are apt to be planted together and would introduce natural charm in a rural setting; give fascinating dimension in an inner-city Japanese style garden; provide cultural latitude by framing an entranceway to a soft garden. Planted for centuries in Japan these trees can withstand heavy pruning to shape. Coastal hardy. Untrimmed growing to 30m.

$7,800.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Platinus acerifolia. London Plane Tree
Platinus acerifolia. London Plane Tree

Common Name: London Plane

Current Form: Broad and spreading

Current Planted Height: 6.5m

Current Width: 4m

Calliper: 130mm

Root ball dimensions : 1200mm D / 1200mm W

 

 

 

The London Plane Tree grows to a very large tree and can live for an immensely long time. Often seen as pollarded street trees and used also as peaching and flat topped specimens the Plane Tree can be very heavily and brutally reduced each autumn to reduced the eventual size.

This particular Plane Tree would suit a large countryside setting as a shade tree or as a distinguished point of arrival Tree. The motley, speckled bark is a testament to the age of this tree and giving the tree wonderful character.

$6,800.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Prunus ‘shimidsu sakura’
Prunus ‘shimidsu sakura’

Common Name: Asahi Botan Cherry

Current Form: Spreading crown

Current Planted Height: Approx 3.2m

Current Width: Approx 2m crown

Calliper : 95mm

Root ball dimension : 700mm D / 1000 mm W

Availability: 3

 

These 3 attractive trees are very similar in form, so planting them together as a grove or entrance feature would increase the impact and superbly showcase their beauty. The Asahi Botan Cherry Tree is the last of the ornamental cherry tree types to flower. Its flowers appear in the late spring to early summer, and this often coincides with the new growth of bright green foliage. The flowers are double cluster of white and pink and hold well on the trees, given that its later flowering period is after the strong spring winds. It boasts a wonderful fiery orange autumn colour holding into early winter. A gracefully arching tree becoming flat topped with regular pruning.

 

$3,500.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Pumelo Citrus Tree
Pumelo Citrus Tree

Common Name: Hawaiian Grapefruit

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Pumelo has many similarities to a grapefruit but there are important differences. Pumelo is considered the ancestor of the grapefruit. It derives from Citrus Maxima, is native to Southeast Asia, and is considered the biggest fruit in the citrus family. Pumelo has a thick skin which is soft and easy to peel away. Its fruit is sweet, fragrant and delicious. As with all citrus fruits it is rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and dietary fibre.

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Pyrus calleryana ‘aristocrat’
Pyrus calleryana ‘aristocrat’

Common Name: Ornamental Callery Pear

Current Form: Broad conical

Current Planted Height: Approx 4.5m

Current Width: Approx 2.5m

Calliper: 85mm

Root ball dimension: 700mm D / 1000mm W

Availability: 1

 

 

A pyramidal growing tree with a spectacular variety between the seasons. Summer offers glossy green leaves combined with exquisite tiny white flowers, turning into striking red foliage in autumn. Then gorgeous masses of white tiny ornamental pears blossom in the spring. This is a striking tree worthy of a central place in a large garden or corner of a courtyard. A more upright habit. Prefers well-drained friable soils. This tree can be clipped in the winter to form a formal shape in a smaller space.

$3,450.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Quercus ‘suber’
Quercus ‘suber’

Common Name: Evergreen Cork Oak

Current Form: Upright

Current Planted Height: Approx 2.5m

Current Width: Approx 1m

Calliper: 40mm

Root ball dimensions: 45mm D / 62mm W

Availability: 1 ready for implementation autumn 2017

 

 

Large growing, short stemmed, wide spreading tree native to the Mediterranean . Very thick corky bark is harvested off trees at least 25 years of age for wine corks and tiling .This tree tolerates hot dry sites and is found growing on very hilly country in the Mediterranean unsuited to other crops. A wonderful tree in a well drained and hot courtyard .A tree worthy of a place in a interactive setting where children can tack things to the deep fissured bark. Frost and coastal hardy.

$515.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Quince Tree
Quince Tree

Common Name: Quince Tree

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Availability: 2

 

 

We have two gorgeous quince trees with matching form. Quince trees are adaptable and hardy, performing well in all areas of New Zealand. It is a deciduous tree that bears a pome fruit, similar in appearance to a pear, but large, bright golden-yellow and aromatic. The quince has been a popular ingredient since medieval times, and though it was once considered old-fashioned it has recently made a comeback in our kitchens and backyards. The fruit is hard and tart when raw, but sweet and soft once cooked. There are many delicious uses for quince, the popular ones being quince jelly, quince paste and poached quince.

$685.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Rhododendron ‘mi amor’
Rhododendron ‘mi amor’

Common Name: Rhododendron

Current Form: various bush and small tree form

Current Planted Height: Approx 1m – 1.3m

Current Width: Approx 600mm – 800mm

Calliper:

Root ball dimension: larger grade 400mm D / 550mm W

smaller grade 350mm D / 370mm W

Availability: 15

 

 

A gorgeous variety of the Rhododendron family, the Mi Amor flourishes with large white flowers with a softly yellow centre, heavily textured leaves, and is highly scented. Their perfumed fragrance will give a new dimension to your garden; not just the senses of visual and touch, add the sense of smell! We have 3 of the larger specimens and 12 more in a slightly smaller grade coming through. Please enquire stating your preferred form.

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Rosa Rugosa
Rosa Rugosa

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Roses Various Varieties
Roses Various Varieties

We have a beautiful collection of roses, offering a good selection of different varieties, shapes, and heights. Please enquire for further details.

$187.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Stenocarpus ‘sinuatus’
Stenocarpus ‘sinuatus’

Common Name: Queensland Firewheel Tree

Current Form: Multi stem, Bush form

Current Planted Height: Approx 2m

Current Width: Approx 1.8m

Calliper:

Root ball dimensions: 700mm D / 650mm W

Availability: 1

 

 

This handsome but slow growing tree is endemic to the rainforests of Australia’s eastern seaboard. Flowering of this tree takes place in only mature specimens of 8-12 years of age. Our specimen has been flowering consistently for the last 3 years with orange to red skittle shaped buds opening to contorted flowers arranged in a cluster that look like spokes on a wheel. This particular Stenocarpus ‘sinuatus’ has been grown as a multi leader specimen to form a large bush. Very rare in cultivation this tree would compliment a warm tropical courtyard or inner city garden. Large lush leaves of green form a dense crown. Plants to accompany this tree would include Tupidanthus ‘calytraptas’, Cinnamonum ‘camphora’, Dypsis ‘baronii’, Cunonia capensis, Strelitzia and Ficus species.

$750.00 Incl GST Add to cart
The Hillier Manual of Trees and Shrubs
The Hillier Manual of Trees and Shrubs

Edited by John G. Hillier , Edited by Roy Lancaster

Paperback, 568 Pages, Dimensions 148 x 210 x 35mm, Publisher Royal Horticultural Society

$55.00 Incl GST Add to cart
The Splendour of the Tree : An Illustrated History
The Splendour of the Tree : An Illustrated History

By (author) Noel Kingsbury , Photographs by Andrea Jones

Hardback, 228 Pages, Dimensions 244 x 290 x 30mm, Publisher Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Written by Dr. Noel Kingsbury-a world-class expert on plants and the environment-The Splendor of the Tree celebrates the wonder, mystery, beauty, and utility of the tree. It pays homage to 100 key species of tree-chosen for their cultural, economic, or historical signicance and their importance in the natural world-and includes an indispensable cultivation section that advises on the care and selection of trees for the home garden. The lively, original text analyses the particular characteristics of each tree and the specic role that it plays within the ecosystem and the human environment. Breathtaking, specially commissioned photography by Andrea Jones-one of the world’s foremost garden photographers-skillfully captures the nuances of every featured tree. From exquisite close-up detail shots to images of impeccable orchards in bloom, her photographs are both beautiful and informative. Andrea Jones won Book Photographer of the Year at the Garden Media Guild Awards 2014

$65.00 Incl GST Add to cart
The Treehouse Book
The Treehouse Book

By (author) Peter Nelson , By (author) Judy Nelson

Paperback, 224 Pages, Dimensions 210.82 x 215.9 x 17.78mm, Publisher UNIVERSE PUBLISHING

It seems that almost everyone likes treehouses. Smiles of recognition turn into grins of enthusiasm as more people discover them and dream about making their own private retreats or family play spaces. And it’s nice to remind ourselves that treehouses are built into the oldest and most forgiving, living things on earth. Also, history records treehouses as being built as deliberate follies, as challenges for arboreal designers, for merrymaking, and for keeping the spirit of fairy tales alive. But treehouses can also be social places. We will visit many that were built to entertain, to hang out with friends, or as guest houses. Trees welcome all types. Master treehouse builders Peter and Judy Nelson, with David Larkin, have embarked on yet another treehouse-discovery expedition across America, this time adding the investigation of backyard playhouses to their agenda. Now, in “The Treehouse Book,” they reveal their findings, illustrated and described in the most complete volume yet. From casual treeshacks made from discarded lumber to multitiered feats of fancy, they found shelters representing myriad builders-interesting characters ranging from childhood fanatics grown up, to weekend carpenters, to those who want their grandkids to have the best clubhouse on the block. Detailed how-to information, including plans and drawings, is woven with behind-the-scenes tales of each structure’s occupants and stunning interior and exterior photographic explorations.

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Trees and Shrubs for Foliage
Trees and Shrubs for Foliage

By (author) Glyn Church , Photographs by Pat Greenfield

Paperback, 160 Pages, Dimensions 236 x 292 x 16mm, Publisher ACC Art Books

Foliage gives shape and texture as well as colour. It is the vital contrast needed to make a garden the vibrant place that it should be. It is possible to have a garden based entirely on leaves and foliage alone, but it would be difficult to make an attractive garden if all of the flowering plants had identical leaves. The leaves are often a backdrop for the flowers and although foliage sometimes masks them, the greenery usually helps to highlight them. “Trees and Shrubs for Foliage” is a compendium of beautiful trees and shrubs with photographs specifically chosen for the extraordinary array of leaves in every shape, size and colour available for gardens in every season.

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Viburnum ‘tinus’. Eves Price
Viburnum ‘tinus’. Eves Price

Common Name:

Current Form:

Current Planted Height: Approx 1m

Current Width: Approx 600mm

Calliper:

Root ball dimension : 350mm D / 500mm W

Availability: 6

 

 

 

$145.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Viburnum Emerald Beauty
Viburnum Emerald Beauty

Common Name:Viburnum

Current Form: Large Bush

Current Planted Height: Approx 1.0m

Current Width: Approx 1.2m

Calliper:

Root ball dimension: 450mm D / 600mm W

Availability: 1

 

 

 

$278.00 Incl GST Add to cart
Vitex lucens
Vitex lucens

Common Name: Puriri

Current Form: Upright

Vitex Tree Number Three:

Current Planted Height: Approx 6m

Current Width: Approx 4m

Calliper: 220mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 700mm

Vitex Tree Number Four:

Current Planted Height: Approx 5m

Current Width: Approx 4m

Calliper: 200mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 850mm

Vitex Tree Number Five:

Current Planted Height: Approx 5.4m

Current Width: Approx 4m

Calliper: 230mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 850mm

Vitex Tree Number Six:

Current Planted Height: Approx 4.5m

Current Width: Approx 4.2m

Calliper: 220mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 1000mm

Vitex Tree Number Seven:

Current Planted Height: Approx 5.5m

Current Width: Approx 3m

Calliper: 230mm

Trunk Before First Branch Height: 1200mm

 

These 5 Vitex Trees are mature and beautiful. Please enquire regarding pricing.

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Wisteria floribunda ‘black dragon’
Wisteria floribunda ‘black dragon’

Common Name: Wisteria

Current Form: Trailing climber

Current Planted Height: Approx 2m

Current Width: Spreading

Calliper:

Root ball dimension: 350mm D / 500mm W

Availability: 6

 

 

We have 6 of these Wisteria Black Dragons in similar size but varying form. The pretty Wisteria vine is an ever-popular and attractive option for trellises, fences, walls, etc. It has double flowering profusion of well-filled racemes of deep violet flowers, lovely fragranced. Vigorous growing.

$270.00 Incl GST Add to cart