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WH OL ES A LE TR E E CATA LOG U E 2 0 17


W EL CO ME TO

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Leafland’s Mission Statement

LEA F LA N D

“To provide Quality Specimen trees throughout New Zealand with outstanding service & advice.”

COVER - Betula U. Jacquemontii & Acer Plat. Globosum at 'The Tree Church', Ohaupo

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Dear Valued Customer

March 2017

Welcome to the Leafland 2017 Tree Catalogue. We trust that you have had a great start to this year so far and the remainder will be very prosperous. Our start to the year so far has all the signs of being a very busy year. It is great to see the scope of development throughout the breadth of NZ and long may it continue. NZ is experiencing a positive net gain of immigrants and NZ’ers who are returning, so this all has a positive flow-on effect for the economy. Thank you for taking the time to view our 2017 Catalogue, and we trust that you find it helpful, inspirational and an informative reference. We trust it finds a home where it is close at hand for future browsing. It is also available online from our Website. The Web version isn’t priced, so that you can direct your clients to the Website to view pictures without showing them the cost. We are still upgrading the Website to include a tree gallery which gives a more in-depth description and pictures of each tree that we supply. It also has a search feature if you are looking for a specific tree. Leafland is operating from two sites, being our original block in 1 Roberts Line, where we have approximately 10 acres of trees, and our 20 acre block at Whakarongo which is approximately 3 km away, being only 2 minutes’ drive away. Our long term plan is to move the entire nursery to the Whakarongo site. We have again increased our stock levels by over 20%, as we have experienced good demand for the past 12 months. Leafland are pushing the Pro-Pots advanced Growing System as the best way to grow Street Trees in Containers. (Featured on page 16-17). tWe are very excited about this as we feel it is a greener and greater way to grow trees. The concept is that the plastic pots have lots of air holes around the perimeter, which draw the roots out, and then when the roots reach the air and light, they stop running and spread new roots, effectively making a fibrous root system which establishes quickly into its new site. At the point of dispatch, we will take off the pot (which we will reuse) and ship out the trees in a decomposable biodegradable hessian transport bag along with some Fert Tabs and Water crystals. This is all planted directly into the ground so the tree planter has no rubbish to dispose of. We are very keen to get trees growing in these and are willing to take forward orders for 2018 and grow trees on contract, so please contact us to discuss this ground breaking sustainable idea. We would take this opportunity to thank all our loyal customers for your on-going custom and support in the past years and we look forward to supplying you with quality specimen trees in the near future. All the Best for 2017

Ben Currie & All the Team at Leafland Tree Nursery.

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AB O U T U S Leafland is a family run wholesale tree nursery based in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Leafland started in 2001 after we purchased the tree side of the business off Sunshine Enviormentals. We have around 15 full time staff. Our motto is to provide quality specimen trees throughout NZ with outstanding service and professional advice. Our aim is to become the best grower of large grade trees in NZ. We specialise in Exotic, Edible and Native species and sell around 487 different varieties, species & sub-species. Our property spans over many acres and three different locations, accommodating over 65,000 individual trees. Our stock is continually turned over, and at different stages of growth. The smallest bag size we sell is P18 (Pint Bag, 18 = 18 Pints of volume), and the largest bag is 1000L (Litres). Leafland trees are unique in that they are grown on our property in a typically windy Palmerston North. This environment will help make a hardier plant, compared to one grown in a sheltered environment. Typical Leafland customers include councils, property developers, landscapers, tree surgeons, golf courses & schools.

LEAFLAND

1 Roberts Line Palmerston North Phone: 0800 532 352 Fax: 0508 53 23 52 Email: sales@leafland.co.nz admin@leafland.co.nz Website: www.leafland.co.nz

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C O NTENTS Tree Terminology

Page 8

Our Pro Pots Growing System

Page 16-17

Featured Trees

Page 9

New Tree Introductions 2017

Page 18

Customers Spotlight

Page 10-11

A-Z Tree Catalogue

Page 19-175

Order Form & Application For Credit

Page 177-178

Common Botanical Names Page 12-15

Meryta Sinclarii 25L

Acer Rubrum 160L Prunus cera. 'Bilereana' 35L

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Pittosporum eug. Variegatum 45L

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Freight

Page 179

Maps (Find Us)

Street Care Information

Page 180-181

Tree Planting Guide

Page 192

Tree Accessories For Sale

Page 182-183

Terms Of Trade

Page 193

Acer pal. dis. 'Tamukeyama' 35L

Gleditsia tri. ' Sunburst' 35L

Page 190-191

Ulmus parv. 'Frontier' 45L

Magnolia Athene P60

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Pyrus Calleryana 'Aristocrat'

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TRE E T ERMIN O LO GY How to read the catalogue

Our trees are planted in containers, the sizes of which are referred to as P18, 45L, 60L, etc. P18 Bag = 18 Pints Vol. 60L Bag = 60 Litres Vol. 1 Pint = approx. 0.57L Please note that there maybe more grades available than listed of some tree types. Cal: Calliper. Calliper is the thickness or diameter of the trunk. Std: Standard. Standard or clean stem refers to the height from the base to first branch. Where STD is in the STD column instead of a measurement, it means there are multiple STD heights available in that grade.

Important :

Many of the trees in this catalogue have a variety of different grades available for purchase, yet you may notice that some of the heights do not differ significantly between the grades. It is important to note that while the heights may be similar, the larger grades will always have larger callipers meaning that the tree is a lot more sturdy and less prone to bending and even breaking and vandalism.

Tree Catagories Key

= Native

= Palm

= Edible

HERE IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE ABOVE TREE TERMS USED IN OUR CATALOGUE Bag Size Height

Magnolia stellata - (Star Magnolia)

Forms a compact, rounded, multi-branched twiggy bush. Starry pure white fragrant flowers from mid-winter until the leaves grow in spring. Flowers from an early age. Golden autumn leaves. Perfect for the smaller garden. Stds make an excellent street tree. (Deciduous 2m)

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45L

1.9

45L

1.6

45L

2.4

60L

1.8

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FE ATU RE D TRE E ' S

Recent introductions from Frank's Tree's in the south island. North Island sales Exclusive to Leafland

PYRUS CALLERYANA 'CANDELABRA' 'Ornamental Upright Pear, PVR' Height: 10m at 20 yrs old. Width: 3m to 4m.

Tolerances: Adaptable to a wide range of site conditions including windy and quite dry conditions, slightly alkaline soils and air pollution. Able to handle intermittently wet, heavy soils. Comments: Grows best in full sun. Less susceptible to breaking in the wind than other Pyrus varieties. We firmly believe that as it becomes known and used in the trade it will become the number one Pyrus of choice.

FRAXINUS ANNESBROOK

Habit: Upright and spreading with age. Foliage: . Shiney green leaf turning bright butter yellow in Autumn

Flowers: Inconspicuous Fruit: No Seed Bark: Fissure

Tolerances: Withstand most soil types and wind except salt winds. Tolerates dry conditions Comments: New introduction from South Island, good for avenue street tree & parks.

15 year size Height: 8m Width: 6m.

Habit: Narrowly conical. Dense. Foliage: Lustrous dark green leaves.

Vibrant autumn colourings of red, orange and yellow in all climates. Flowers: A mass of white blossom in early spring on bare branches. Fruit: Small insignificant miniature pears which birds readily devour. Bark: Greyish brown and slightly furrowed.

FRAXINUS PURPLE SPIRE

Habit: Upright, Pyramidal Foliage: Green leaves in spring and

summer turning orange and purple in autumn. Flowers/ Fruit: Insignificant Tolerances: Strong winds. Comments: Narrow pyramidal with a very even branching structure. Bears glossy fresh pinnate leaves through spring and summer. In late summer the leaves turn glowing orange. Perfect for lining avenues and driveways. Excellent street tree. Tolerates strong winds.

Height: 8m at 10 yrs old. Width: 4m.

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CU S TO M ERS S P OT L IGH T We value our customers and love to see what they do with their trees from us as well as to see if they are growing well. Feel free to send through your images to sales@leafland.co.nz and we might feature your images in our promotional material.

Barry Cox - Tree Church (Waikato)

Betula Jacquemontii at the Tree Church (Waikato)

Acer Plat. Globosum at the Tree Church (Waikato)

Weeping Japenese Maple

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Pyrus 'Aristocrat' tree growing well locally

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- SHOW US HOW WELL YOUR TREES ARE GROWING/ CREATIVE IDEA S

Cherry Tree's - Growing well on a NZ farm.

Maple growing well after a week being put in a customers back yard.

Prunus Shimidsu-Sakura

Trees growing well lake side in Hawkes Bay

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C O MMO N & B OTA N ICAL

Recent introduction from Frank's Tree's

Common Name

Botanical Name

Edible (E) / Exotic (X) /Native (N)

Wind

Damp

Flower

Fruit/ Nut/Bird

Picking Time

Autumn Colour

Growth Rate Mod

Acer

Acer caudatifolium “Summer Surprise”

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Acer

Acer Platanoides Autumn Red

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Fast

Acer

Acer Cissifolium

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod

Ake Ake

Dodonea

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Fast

Akiraho

Olearia

Native

Y

Mod

Y

No

N

Med

Alder

Alnus

Exotic

Y

Y

N

No

N

Fast

Algerian Oak

Quercus Canariensis x robur

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod

Algerian Oak

Quercus afares

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod

American White Oak

Quercus alba

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Slow

Apple Tree

Malus

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Atlas Cedar

Cedrus atlantica

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Mod

Australian Frangipani

Hymenosporum flavum

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Ballerina Maypole Apple

Malus “Ballerina Maypole”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Bay Tree

Laurus nobilis

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

Summer

N

Mod

Yes

N

Mod

Summer

Bean Tree

Melia

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Birchleaf Pear

Pyrus betulifolia

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Blackwood

Acacia melanoxylon

Exotic

Mod

Y

Y

No

N

Fast

Blue Spruce

Picea pungens

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

N

Slow

Bottlebrush

Callistemon Macarthur

Exotic

Yes

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

Bottlebrush

Callistemon

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod Mod

Box Elder

Acer negundo

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Broadleaf

Griselinia

Native

Y

N

N

No

N

Mod

Cabbage Tree

Cordyline

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Mod

Callery Pear

Pyrus calleryana

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Callifornia Black Oak

Quercus Kelloggii

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod

Camellia

Camellia

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Canadian Red Maple

Acer rubrum

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Canary Island Date Palm

Phoenix canariensis

Exotic

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Fast

Caucasian Maple

Acer cappadocicum “Rubrum”

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Caucasian Spruce

Picea orientalis

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

N

Mod

Chinese Cork Oak

Quercus variabilis

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Chinese Elm

Ulmus parvifolia

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Chinese Redbud

Cercis chinensis

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Mod

Chinese Tallow Tree

Sapium sebiferum

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Mod

Chinese Windmill Palm

Trachycarpus fortunei

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

Citrus

Grapefruit Golden Special dwarf

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Claret Ash

Fraxinus oxycarpa “Raywood”

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Clemintine Mandarin

Citrus mandarin “Clementine”

Edible

Mod

Y

Y

Yes

Colorado Fir

Abies concolor

Exotic

Mod

N

N

Colorado Spruce

Picea Pungens Baby Blue

Exotic

Y

N

N

Common Walnut

Juglans regia

Edible

Mod

MN

N

Yes

Cork Oak

Quercus suber

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Corokia

Corokia

Native

Y

N

Costal Redwood

Sequioa Sempervirens Korbel

Exotic

Y

Mod

Crabapple

Malus “Jelly King”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Autumn

Y

Fast

N

Slow

No

N

Mod

No

N

Slow

Autumn

Summer

Y

Fast

No

N

Mod

N

No

N

Mod

N

No

N

Fast

Y

Mod

Summer

Cypress

Cupressus

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

N

Fast

Cypress

Thuja

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Mod

Dampieri Aurea

Ulmus Hollandica Wredei

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

David Viburnum

Viburnum davidii Male

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod Mod

David Viburnum

Viburnum davidii female

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

Yes

N

Dawn Redwood

Metasequoia

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Devon Whitebeam

Sorbus devoniensis

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Mod

Y

Mod

Douglas Maple

Acer glabrum “Douglasii”

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Dwarf Flowering Cherry

Prunus compact “Stella”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Eastern Redbud

Cercis canadensis

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Summer

Y

Fast

Y

Mod

N

Mod

N

Slow

Ebbing's Silverberry

Elaegnus ebbingei

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

Encore Mandarin

Citrus mandarin “Encore”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

English Green Beech

Fagus sylvatica

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod

English Oak

Quercus robur

Exotic

Y

Y

N

Yes

Y

Mod

Erman's Birch Trees

Betula Ermanii Polar Bear Tree

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

European Ash

Fraxinus excelsior

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

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Autumn

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NAMES OF TRE E S down south, Exclusive to Leafland

Common Name

Botanical Name

Edible (E) / Exotic (X) /Native (N)

Wind Damp

Flower

Fruit/ Nut/Bird

Picking Time

Autumn Colour

Growth Rate Mod

European or Common Hornbeam

Carpinus betulus

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Evergreen Ash

Fraxinus griffithii

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Evergreen Magnolia

Magnolia Grandiflora Kay Parris

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

False Holly

Osmanthus

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Feijoa

Feijoa Golden Goose

Edible

Y

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Feijoa

Feijoa Takaka

Edible

Y

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Fig

Ficus carcia “Brown Turkey”

Edible

Mod

N

N

Yes

Summer

N

Fast

Fig

Ficus misa

Edible

Mod

N

N

Yes

Summer

N

Fast

Five Finger

Pseudopanax

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

Flowering Cherry

Prunus

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

Yes

Summer

N

Fast

Y

Mod

Y

Mod

Flowering Dogwood

Cornus florida

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Fruiting Plum

Prunus “Billington”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Summer

Y

Fast

Fruiting Plum

Prunus “Omega”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Summer

Y

Fast

Summer

Y

Mod

Fruting Crabapple

Malus “Jack Humm”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Full-Moon Maple

Acer japonicum

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod

Giant Dogwood

Cornus controversa

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Mod

Golden - twig dogwood

Cornus Stononifera flavimira

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Golden Elm

Ulmus procera Louis van Houtte

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Grapefruit

Citrus grapefruit “Golden Special”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Griselina

Griselina Littoralis Whenuapai

Native

Y

N

N

No

Summer

N

Mod

Gum

Eucalyptus

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

N

Fast

Hazel

Corylus

Exotic

Mod

N

y

Yes

Y

Mod

Himalayan Birch

Betula utilis

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Himalayan Cedar

Cedrus deodara

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

N

Mod

Himalayan Strawberry Tree

Cornus capitata

Exotic

Y

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Holly

Ilex Hendersonii

Exotic

Yes

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Holm Oak

Quercus ilex

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Yes

N

Mod

Honeylocust

Gleditsia triacanthos Sunburst

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Hop Hornbeam

Ostrya carpinifolia

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

Y

Mod

Horse Chestnut

Aesculus

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Mod

Hybrid Elm

Ulmus hollandica

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

Y

Fast

Indian Bean Tree

Catalpa bignonioides

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

Y

Fast

Initial Apple

Malus domestica “Initial”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Japanese Cedar

Cryptomeria japonica

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Fast

Japanese Dogwood

Cornus kousa

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Mod

Summer

Japanese Elm

Zelkova

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Japanese Hornbeam

Carpinus japonica

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Japanese Larch

Larix kaempferi

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Japanese Maple

Acer palmatum

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod Mod

Japanese Persimmon

Persimmon “Matsumoto Wase Fuyu”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Summer

Y

Japanese Plum

Prunus salcina “Elephant Heart”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Summer

Y

Fast

Japanese Plum

Prunus salicina “Santa Rosa”

Edible

Mob

N

Y

Yes

Summer

Y

Fast Slow

Japanese Sago Palm

Cycas revoluta

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Japanese Snowball

Styrax japonica

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Japanese Yew

Podocarpus macrophyllus

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Mod Slow

Jelly Palm, Pindo Palm

Butia capitata

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Judas Tree

Cercis siliquastrum

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Mod

Kakaha

Astelia

Native

Y

Mod

N

No

N

Slow

Kanuka

Kunzea ericoides

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Fast

Kapuka

Griselinia

Native

Y

N

N

No

N

Mod

Karaka

Corynocarpus laevigatus

Native

Y

Mod

N

Yes

N

Mod

Karo

Pittosporum crassifolium

Native

Y

Y

Y

Yes

N

Fast

Katsura Tree

Cercidiphyllum japonicum

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

Y

Fast

Kauri

Agathis australis

Native

Mod

Y

N

No

N

Slow

Kawakawa

Libocedrus plumosa

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Slow

Kentish Fillbasket Apple

Malus domestica “Kentish Fillbasket”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Korokia

Corokia

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Slow

Kowhai

Sophora

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Mod

Lacebark

Hoheria

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Fast

Leatherwood

Eucryphia

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Lemon

Citrus lemon “Meyer”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

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Summer

All Year

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C O MMO N & B OTA N ICAL

Recent introduction from Frank's Tree's

Common Name

Botanical Name

Edible (E) / Exotic (X) /Native (N)

Wind

Damp

Flower

Fruit/ Nut/Bird

Picking Time Late Summer

Lemonade

Citrus “Lemonade

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Lemonwood

Pittosporum eugenioides

Native

Y

N

Y

No

Lime

Citrus “Tahitian Lime”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Autumn

Autumn Colour

Growth Rate

N

Mod

N

Fast

N

Mod Mod

Lime or Linden

Tilia

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

Y

Lobel Elm

Ulmus lobel

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

Y

Fast

Locust

Robinia pseudoacacia

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

London Plane

Platanus acerifolia

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Long-Leafed Yellowwood

Podocarpus henkelii

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

N

Mod

Macadamia

Macadamia beaumont

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Summer

N

Mod

Macadamia

Macadamia renown

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Summer

N

Mod

Magnolia

Magnolia

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

Mahoe or Whiteywood

Melicyrtus Ramniflorus

Native

Mod

Mod

N

No

N

Mod

Maidenhair Tree

Ginkgo biloba

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Maire

Nestegis

Native

Y

Mod

N

No

N

Mod

Malvaceae

Lagunaria

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

Mandarin

Citrus mandarin “Kawano”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Autumn

N

Mod

N

Slow

Mandarin

Citrus mandarin “Miho”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Autumn

N

Slow

Mandarin

Citrus mandarin “Silverhill”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Autumn

N

Slow

Manna Ash

Fraxinus ornus

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

No

Y

Mod

Mapou

Myrsine

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Slow

Mexican Fan Palm

Washingtonia robusta

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Midland Hawthorn

Crataegus laevigata

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Mingimingi

Coprosma virescens

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Slow

Mirbeck Oak

Quercus caneriensis

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod

Monkey-Puzzle Tree

Araucaria araucana

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Slow

Montpelier Maple

Acer Monspessulanum Montpelier Maple

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod

Moosewood

Acer pensylvanicum

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Fast

Mountain Beach

Nothofagus Solandrii Cliffortiodes

Native

Mod

N

N

No

N

Mod

Narrow-Leaved Ash

Fraxinus angustifolia

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Native Kaikoura Ake Ake

Olearia Paniculata Kaikoura form

Native

Y

Mod

N

No

N

Mod

New Zealand Broadleaf

Griselina Littoralis

Native

Y

N

N

No

N

Mod

Norfolk Island Pine

Araucaria heterophylla

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Fast

Northern Pin Oak

Quecus ellipsoidalis

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod Mod

Northern Red Oak

Quercus rubra

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Norway Maple

Acer platanoides

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Norway Spruce

Picea abies

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

N

Mod

NZ Myrtle

Lophomyrtus Red Wings

Native

Yes

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

Oleander

Nerium Dr. Golphin

Exotic

Yes

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

Oleander

Nerium Mrs Roeding

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Oleander

Nerium Punctatum

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Oleander

Nerium Madonna

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Olive

Olive Mission

Edible

Y

N

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Olive

Olea europaea

Edible

Y

Mod

Y

Yes

Autumn

N

Mod

Orange

Citrus orange “Harewood Late”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Autumn

N

Mod

Autumn

N

Mod

Orange

Citrus orange “Newhall”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Oriental Plane

Platanus orientalis

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Pacific Dogwood

Cornus nuttallii

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Pagoda Dogwood

Cornus alternifolia

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

N

Mod

Paper Birch

Betula papyrifera

Edible

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Y

Mod

Paperbark Maple

Acer griseum

Edible

Mod

N

N

No

Peach

Prunus persica “April White”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Persian Ironwood

Parrotia persica

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

No

Persian Lime

Citrus lime “Bearss”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Pin Oak

Quercus palustris

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Yes

Pineapple guava ‘Apollo’

Feijoa “Apollo”

Edible

Y

Mod

Y

Yes

Summer Late Summer Autumn

Y

Fast

Y

Mod

N

Mod

Y

Mod

N

Mod

Pineapple guava ‘Triumph’

Feijoa “Triumph”

Edible

Y

Mod

Y

Yes

Autumn

N

Mod

Pineapple guava ‘Unique’

Feijoa “Unique”

Edible

Y

Mod

Y

Yes

Autumn

N

Mod

Pohutukawa

Metrosideros excels “Maori Princess”

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Mod

Pohutukawa

Metrosideros excelsa

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Mod

Populus

Populus Chiba

Exotic

Y

Y

N

No

Y

Fast

Portugal Laurel

Prunus lusitanica

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

N

Mod

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NAMES OF TRE E S down south, Exclusive to Leafland

Common Name

Botanical Name

Edible (E) / Exotic (X) /Native (N)

Wind

Damp

Flower

Fruit/ Nut/Bird

Picking Time

Autumn Colour

Growth Rate Mod

Pseudopanax

Pseudopanax lessonii Dreamtime

Native

Y

Mod

N

No

N

Puka

Mertya sinclairii

Native

Y

N

Y

No

N

Slow

Pukatea

Laurelia novae-zealandia

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Slow

Puriri

Vitex

Native

Mod

N

Y

No

N

Fast

Putaputaweta

Carpodetus serrata

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Mod

N

Mod

Y

Mod Slow

Queen Palm

Syagrus romanzoffiana

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

Quince

Cydonia oblonga “Giant of Gascony”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Ramarama

Lophomyrtus

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Red Maple

Acer rubrum

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Red Snakebark Maple

Acer capillipes

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod

Rewa Rewa

Knightia excelsa

Native

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Mod

Ribbonwood

Plagianthus regius

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Fast

Rimu

Dacrydium cupressinum

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Slow

Autumn

River Birch

Betula nigra

Exotic

Y

Y

N

No

Y

Mod

Rowan

Sorbus aucuparia

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Scarlet Oak

Quercus coccinea

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod

Shad Bush

Amelanchier

Exotic

Y

Y

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Shiny Tea Tree

Leptospernum “Copper Sheen”

Exotic

Y

Y

Y

No

N

Mod

Siberian Elm

Ulmus pumila

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Silk Tree

Albizia

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

No

N

Mod

Silver Birch

Betula pendula

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Silver Maple

Acer saccharinum

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Silver Whitebeam

Sorbus aria “Lutescens”

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Snakebark Maple

Acer davidii

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod

Southern Beech

Nothofagus

Native

Mod

Mod

N

No

N

Fast

Spineless Yucca

Yucca elephantipies

Exotic

Y

N

Y

No

N

Mod Mod

Spotted Elm

Ulmus carpinifolia “Variegata”

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Sugar Maple

Acer saccharum

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Swamp Cypress

Taxodium

Exotic

Mod

Y

N

No

Y

Mod

Sweet Chestnut

Castanea sativa

Edible

Y

N

Y

Yes

Sweetgum

Liquidambar

Exotic

Mod

Y

N

Yes

Late Summer

Y

Fast

Y

Fast

Sycamore Maple

Acer pseudoplatanus

Exotic

Y

Y

N

No

Taihape Quince

Cydonia “Taihape”

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Tawa

Beilshmedia tawa

Native

Mod

Y

N

No

N

Mod

Tawāpou or bastard ironwood

Planchonella Costata

Native

Y

Mod

N

No

N

Mod

Autumn

Y

Fast

N

Mod

The Dawn Redwood

Metasequioa Gylyptostroboides Spire

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Titoki

Alectryon excelsus

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Mod

Totara

Podocarpus

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Mod

Tree Germander

Tecrium Fruticans

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

mod

Trident Maple

Acer buergerianum

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Mod

Tulip Tree

Liriodendron

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

No

Y

Fast

Tupelo Tree

Nyssa

Exotic

Mod

Y

Y

No

Y

Mod

Turkey Oak

Quercus cerris

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod

Upright Norway Maple

Acer Platanoides Columnare

Exotic

Mod

N

N

No

Y

Fast

Valencia orange

Orange Harwoods Late dwarf

Edible

Mod

N

Y

Yes

N

Slow

Summer

Variegated Elm

Ulmus carpinifolia “Variegata”

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Mod

Variegated Plane

Platanus “Suttneri”

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Velvet Ash

Fraxinus velutina

Exotic

Mod

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

Weeping Wattle

Acacia Howitii

Exotic

Y

N

N

No

N

Mod

White Birch

Betula platyphylla

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

No

Y

Fast

White Pine

Dacrycarpus dacrydioides

Native

Y

Y

N

No

N

Mod

Willow

Salix

Exotic

Y

Y

N

No

Y

Fast

Willow Peppermint

Ecalyptus Nicholai Willow Peppermint Gum

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

N

Fast

Willow-Leaved Pear

Pyrus salicifolia

Exotic

Mod

Mod

Y

Yes

N

Mod

Wonder Tree

Idesia

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

Yes

Y

Mod

Wych Elm

Ulmus glabra

Exotic

Y

Mod

Y

No

Y

Mod

Xalapa Oak

Quercus Xalapensis

Exotic

Y

Mod

N

Yes

Y

Mod

Yew

Taxus

Exotic

Mod

N

Y

No

N

Slow

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P R O - P OTS A DVA N C E D G R OWI N G SY S T E M Check out our i nf or m a t i v e vi d e o on t h em a t www.leafland.co.nz

Leafland are very aware of the need to look more closely at container growing methods used for advanced grade trees in NZ. We understand how important it is that a tree planted out has a good healthy root system which will quickly establish to ensure the tree won’t fail. Much research has been done on this subject and it is very challenging to decide on the best practical, sustainable and cost effective way to grow advanced grade trees that will also meet

the customers’ demands, expectations and remain price competitive. Last year we included a full page article on Air-Pruned pots in our catalogue. We imported 2,000 of these pots,and while they actually do a great job on root control, and the trees plant out very well and establish quickly, we didn’t actually have a single request from any of our customers asking that we grow trees in this way for them (perhaps due to the extra costs of around 15%). Also, the staff prefered not to use them due

Above fibrous root structure from a plant potted in a pro pot. Roots growing outwards rather than tangled around the plant as a bagged plant would.

4 STEP HOW TO Growing in our nursery

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Knocking off the pots

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A L EAF L A N D INITIATIVE to the amount of time they took to assemble and the fact they are quite difficult to handle. The freight compnies didn’t like them because they tended to damage other trees if rubbing occurred in transit. So we looked again! We have been looking at other methods with an aim of achieving the samepositive results the Air-Pruned pots gave, and this search resulted in our new use of Side Slot pots (as seen in the pictures). These are more expensive tha growing trees in easy lift bags, but produce an air pruned root system, which means no curling root systems. They are easy to use as no assembly is required. Leafland’s goal is to grow trees in these in 25L, 35L, 50L and 90Lgrades, and at dispatch remove the trees from the pots and put the root ball into a biodegradable hessian easylift bag with handles for planting.

These hessian transport bags will able to be planted into the ground and will decompose within a few months, leaving no rubbish to contend with. The pots will be washed and recycled, making this system a far more superior and sustainable way to grow advanced grade trees. We are looking for expressions of interest from Councils and Contractors to grow trees in Air Prune side slot pots for Winter 2017. Please give us a call or email us details, we are keen to discuss this. Below is a screen shot of our informative video on Pro Pots, this can be found on our website www.leafland.co.nz if you are looking for more insight into Pro Pots.

From left to right shown is: 35, 45L, 50L,90L

- Easy quick and mess free. Fert tabs included in hessian bags

Planting bag and all

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SOME NEW INTRODUCTIONS FOR 2017

Callistemon Macarthur(Bottlebrush)

A semi- dwarf bushy dense grower. Will make an excellent small hedge. Large red bush like flowers are borne in spring over an extended period. Attracts nectar feeding birds. Evergreen 1.8m Page 19

Pages listed under description where you can find the heights and prices for each tree.

Pseudopanax Dreamtime Macadamia Nut GT 205 2017 release. Bred to withstand cooler and wetter growing conditions. Produces from an early age. Bears late in the season. Nuts with a high oil content. Excellent for roating. (Evergreen 5ms)

Acer Monspessulanum -

(Montpelier Maple)

Small rounded densely branched tree with thick leathery leaves. Yellow autumn leaves. Tolerates hot dry conditions. Deciduous 6ms

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Olive Mission

(Olive tree) A vigorous upright grower. Bears a heavy crop of smaller sized Olives which are best pickled. Grows well in the cooler regions. Self Fertile Evergreen 5ms

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Erect grower with long fingered and heavily serrated leaves.Leaves are bronze green in summer turning purple through the colder months. A very hardy shrub,creating avertical accent in the landscape. Evergreen 3ms

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Meyer Lemon Dwarf Produces heavy crops from young trees.Thin skinned,bright golden yellow fruit for most of the season,especially winter and spring.Ideal tub and patio specimen Evergreen 1.2ms

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Meyer Feijoa Golden Lemon Dwarf Goose Large smooth King sized fruit. Sweet golden yellow flesh. Fruits May/June. Has an extra long shelf life for the fruit. Rounded bushy grower. Evergreen 2.5ms

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Populus Chiba

(Columnar Poplar) A narrow upright fastigate form similar to Lombardy Poplar but rust resistant.Excellent for shelter,screening and lining driveways.Drought and wind tolerant once established. Yellow autumn leaves. Deciduous 30ms Page 135

Quercus Canariensis x robur (Mirbeck x English Oak) One of the hardiest Oaks tolerating strong winds and drought conditions,once established.Think glossy green leaves through summer,turning yellow in autumn.Produces copious quantities of acorns Deciduous 15ms Page 153

Viburnum davidii female (Chinese Viburnum) Compact growth habit forming a low wide spreading mound. Terminal clusters of white spring flowers mature as electric blue berries which are held through autumn into winter.Needs a male for cross pollination. Evergreen 80cms Page 173

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A-Z TREE CATALOGUE

All Deciduous Trees and a range of

Evergreen | Natives | Conifers

All heights listed in this catalogue are indicative only.

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AC E R THE MAPLE FAMILY

Bag

Hgt m

Abies concolor - (White Fir) Forms a tall pyramidal tree with spreading branches that fall to the ground. Bluish green needles. A slow grower, preferring a cooler climate. Ideal in containers or as a Bonsai subject. (Evergreen 12m)

Greyish green ferny leaves with all new growth a striking purple colour. A mass of golden yellow flowers through winter. Grows best in dry or stony soil with perfect drainage. An outstanding foliage and flower tree. (Evergreen 5m)

READY IN SPRING

25L

A graceful spreading bushy tree with an open form. A slender willow like habit with narrow leaves. Pale yellow fragrant flowers in fluffy balls through late summer. Tolerates poor dry soils. Grow in full sun. (Evergreen 4m)

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GST 1-5 Trees

SOLD OUT FOR 2017

Acacia baileyana “Purpurea” - (Purple Fernleaf Wattle)

Acacia floribunda - (Sallow Wattle)

Std Price Price Exc Exc m

Quality Specimen Trees - From Ground to Crown

2.6

GST 5+ Trees


Ph 0800 532 352 sales@leafland.co.nz

Bag

Hgt m

35L

1.2

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Acacia howitii Designer plant. A narrow grower with stiffly weeping side branches.Tolerates both dry soils and moist well drained.Fragrant pale yellow flowers. (Evergreen 1.5ms)

New

Acacia melanoxlyon - (Blackwood)

Prized for it’s beautiful marbled timber. Quick growing hardy shade/shelter tree. Dense round headed tree with pale yellow flowers in winter/ early spring. Tolerates high rainfall. (Evergreen 20m)

Acer buergerianum - (Trident Maple) Hardier oriental maple. Rounded crown with low spreading branches. Coppery red new leaves, green in summer. Autumn leaves of a vivid red, apricot and yellow. Smaller growing, compact shade tree. (Deciduous 7m)

Acer campbellii “Gwavas” - (Campbell’s Himalayan Maple) Species from Western China. Large deeply lobed leaves emerge bronze purple and mature to olive green with prominent veins.Upright spreading habit with smooth green stems which mature silver with age. Glowing yellow and orange autumn leaves. (Deciduous 6m)

Acer capillipes - (Red Snakebark Maple) Medium sized tree with scarlet shoots and leaf stalks. Bright green and white striped bark. Prolific crop of flowers and keys. Autumn tones of orange and scarlet. (Deciduous 6m)

Acer caudatifolium - (Summer Surprise) All year round beauty. Bare winter branches glow orange red. Pink new stems with variegated leaves. Orange/red leaves in autumn. Keep moist and avoid strong winds. (Deciduous 5m)

Acer cissifolium henryii A small shade tree. Bronze new leaves turn green. Stunning autumn leaves of red and yellow. Long chains of green seed capsules in the summer are a feature. Protect from strong winds Deciduous 5ms.

P18

to

Price Price Exc GST 1-5 Trees

Exc GST 5+ Trees

7

01 nd 2

a Leafl

1.8

P28

1.8

35L

2

60L

2.5

80L

3.5

25L

2.5

35L

3

45L

2.5

60L

2.7

80L

3.5

160L

4

35L

2.5

45L

3

60L

4

P28

1.5

25L

2

Quality Specimen Trees - From Ground to Crown

Std m

A

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Bag

Acer conspicuum “Esk Flamingo” - (Esk Flamingo

Maple) This is a specular form with its graceful weeping side branches. Green leaves are splashed, pink, cream and white. Red new shoots. Ideal for large containers where branches can cascade over the sides. (Deciduous 3m)

Acer Davidii - (Snakebark Maple)

Hgt m

35L

2.2

60L

3.5

80L

3.6

P18

2

25L

2

35L

3

Acer glabrum “Douglasii” - (Douglas Maple)

60L

3.6

Acer gracefield - (Snakebark Maple)

45L

3

Acer griseum

25L

1.5

25L

1.5

Erect open spreading form with shiny green bark, striped silvery white. Glossy green leaves with deep red veins. Red, yellow, orange and purple autumn leaves. (Deciduous 8m)

Broadly columner, erect grower. Grows along gravelly banks of mountain streams. Very rare in New Zealand. (Deciduous 8m)

An improved selection of the snakebark Maple, similar to Acer Esk Flamingo but with better autumn colourings of bright orange. A very showy tree through summer with new growth bright pink. The leaves are a blend of pink, white and green. The branches arch and cascade to form a fountain of colourful foliage. A small tree with a low spreading habit. (Deciduous 2.5m) Grade shown is 45L.

A tidy and slender erect growing Chinese Maple. Beautiful cinnamon brown smooth bark peels in thin strips. Comes into leaf in November therefore evading a lot of the damaging spring winds. Fiery red autumn leaves. (Deciduous 6m)

Acer jap. “Autumn Moon” - (Autumn Moon Maple) Apricot orange spring leaves that are yellow through summer. Autumn leaves are orange and yellow. Grow in full sun for best colouring. Hardy and vigorous grower. (Deciduous 4m)

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Quality Specimen Trees - From Ground to Crown

Std Price Price Exc Exc m GST 1-5 Trees

GST 5+ Trees


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Bag

Hgt m

25L

1.2

35L

1.6

60L

1.7

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Acer jap. “Green Cascade” - (Weeping Full-Moon Maple) A weeping form of Japonicum. Large deeply cut leaves with striking autumn colours of yellow, crimson and red leaves. Looks great cascading down a bank. (Deciduous 2m)

Acer Monspessulanum - (Montpelier Maple)

25L

Std m

A

Price Price Exc GST 1-5 Trees

Exc GST 5+ Trees

1

1.8

Small rounded densely branched tree with thick leathery leaves. Yellow autumn leaves. Tolerates hot dry conditions. (Deciduous 6ms)

Acer negundo “Flamingo” - (‘Flamingo’ Box Elder) Upright slow growing tree with vivid carmine pink/white spring leaves. White/ green leaves flushed with pink in summer turning red and pink in Autumn. Ideal for smaller gardens. Protect from strong winds (Deciduous 4m)

Acer negundo “Kellys Gold” - (Ash Leaved Maple ) Species from Western China. Large deeply lobed leaves emerge bronze purple and mature to olive green with prominent veins.Upright spreading habit with smooth green stems which mature silver with age. Glowing yellow and orange autumn leaves. (Deciduous 6m)

Acer negundo 'Variegatum' Attractive greyish green leaves are edged with silver, flushed rose pink, when young. Has a neat upright growth habit. A hardy and quick growing North American Maple. (Deciduous 6m)

Acer negundo “Violaceum” - (Violet Twig Box Elder) Striking burgundy tassels adorn bare branches. Young shoots and leaves are purple-maroon. Summer leaves green that turn gold in autumn. A vigorous, round, irregular grower that has smooth bark with a whitish bloom. (Deciduous 6m)

35L

2.2

60L

3.5

80L

3.6

35L

2.5

45L

2.8

60L

3

80L

3

25L

1.8

35L

2.2

35L

2.7

45L

3.5

80L

3.8

Quality Specimen Trees - From Ground to Crown

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Acer palmatum - (Japanese Maple)

The common Japanese Maple grows into a round headed, open airy tree with slender stems. They spread with age to form a high canopy so excellent as a shade tree. Green leaves are deeply lobed and dissected. They turn brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red in autumn. The perfect medium sized shade tree. Excellent as a street tree as very amenable to pruning. (Deciduous 5m) Grade shown is 45L.

Hgt m

25L

2.4

35L

2.5

45L

2.7

60L

2.7

80L

3.2

160L

4.3

200L

3.6

Acer pal. "Atropurpureum" - (Purple Japanese Maple)

35L

1.7

60L

2.5,2.7

Acer palmatum “Beni Otake” - (Japanese Maple)

35L

2.2

45L

2.2

60L

2.6,3

Acer palmatum “Beni Shien” - (Variegated Japanese Maple)

45L

2.2

60L

3

Acer palmatum “Bloodgood" - (Japanese Maple)

25L

1.8

35L

1.8,2.2

45L

2.6,2.4

60L

2.5,2.7

Rich crimson leaves in spring that are bronze-purple in summer then go scarlet in autumn. Deep purple stems. A perfect shade tree. (Deciduous 3.5m)

A beautiful oriental look with bamboo like leaves. New leaves are bright red all season. Deeply dissected narrow lobed foliage that glows in the sun. Leaves turn scarlet in autumn. A small spreading tree that is perfect for a smaller garden. (Deciduous 3m)

One of the few red maples with variegation. Large deeply dissected leaves that are cream, pink and green. Grow in full sun and protect from strong winds. No two leaves are the same. A small tree to lighten up dull areas. (Deciduous 3m)

Large purple-red leaves that hold their colour well through the season. Leaves are a fiery crimson red in autumn. A hardy and vigorous tree that tolerates heat and moderate wind. (Deciduous 5m)

Acer palmatum “Burgundy Lace” - (Japanese Maple)

American cultivar with deeply divided leaves like lace. Burgundy wine leaves through the season turning scarlet in autumn. A small spreading shade tree that is perfect for smaller gardens. (Deciduous 4m)

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Bag

80L

2.7,3

25L

2.2

35L

2.2,2.4

45L

2.5,2.6

60L

2.7

80L

2.5

100L

3,3.5

Quality Specimen Trees - From Ground to Crown

Std m

Price Price Exc GST 1-5 Trees

Exc GST 5+ Trees


Std m

Bag

Hgt m

25L

1.1

35L

1.5

1

45L

1.3,1.9

1

25L

2.2,2.5

35L

2.2,2.3

45L

2.2

Acer palmatum “Mikawa Yatsubusa” - (Japanese Maple)

P28

0.7

35L

1.2

Acer palmatum “Okagami” - (Japanese Maple)

80L

3

200L

3.3

35L

2.2

Large lobed leaves. New growth a pinky bronze that turns green. Considered to have the brightest scarlet autumn colours. Moderately wind hardy. A small robust upright spreader. Ben’s favourite autumn coloured Maple. (Deciduous 4m)

45L

2

60L

2.4

Acer palmatum “Red Emperor” - (Japanese Maple)

25L

1.8

35L

2

45L

2.1

60L

3.3

80L

3.3

25L

1.7

60L

4

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Acer palmatum “Chishio” - (Dwarf Japanese Maple) A small grower with multi-branches and twiggy growth. The spring leaves emerge bright carmine pink, changing to a pink red and aging to green over summer. Autumncolours are orange to red. An outstanding dwarf shrub for a sheltered area. Ideal for containers. (Deciduous 1.3m)

Acer palmatum “Katsura” - (Katsura Japanese Maple) The first maple to unfurl in spring with orange and yellow leaves, that turn lime green in summer. Autumn leaves are shades of yellow and orange. A great small shade tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Dwarf grower which looks like a miniature tree with its tufts of leaves clothing the branches in layers. Yellow spring leaves turn fresh green through summer and glowing scarlet through autumn. Excellent for the rock garden or oriental themed garden. (Deciduous 1.5m)

Large intense red leaves in spring that are a glossy purplish black through summer. Fiery scarlet autumn leaves. A small robust upright grower. (Deciduous 4m)

Acer palmatum “Osakazuki” - (Japanese Maple)

Finely serrated purple red leaves. Retains leaf colouring all season. Brilliant red autumn foliage. Small upright spreading grower. Ideal for the smaller garden. Protect from the strong winds. (Deciduous 4m)

Acer pal. “Roseo Marginatum” - (Tricolour Japanese Maple) Small deeply cut lobed leaves that are green and white, margined pink. Autumn leaves are bright carmine and red colours. Dense upright vase shaped tree, perfect for small spaces. (Deciduous 2m)

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Acer palmatum “Scolopendrifolium” - (Japanese Maple) Bright green leaves that are distinctively long and drooping. A tall and slim elegant grower. Autumn leaves are apricot and orange. Ideal for a narrow space. (Deciduous 5m)

Acer palmatum “Senkaki” - (Coral-Bark Maple) A year round beauty with spring leaves that are lime green, margined red, that go green through summer and yellow through autumn. Vivid coral red stems a winter feature. Small spreading grower. Requires shelter. New growth flamey-pink. (Deciduous 3m)

Acer palmatum “Shaina” - (Dwarf Japanese Maple) A dwarf Bloodgood sport that makes an excellent container subject, dense, compact and erect growth habit. Bright red new leaves mature into a maroon colour. Intense red autumn leaves. Easily trained into a ball shape. (Deciduous 1.8m)

Acer palmatum “Shindeshojo” - (Japanese Maple) Outstanding flaming scarlet spring leaves that turn into a blended green/pink in summer and go a flaming scarlet again in autumn. A small spreading grower. Ben’s favourite spring Maple. (Deciduous 3m)

Acer palmatum “Skeeter’s Broom” - (Japanese Maple) A narrow dense foliaged upright grower with small bright red spring leaves that are burgundy through summer and scarlet in autumn with purple branches. Perfect in a narrow space where height is required. (Deciduous 2.5m) M/S = Multi Stemed

Acer palmatum “Suminagashi” - (Japanese Maple)

Large, rich, dark purple leaves that are deep maroon through summer and are crimson red in autumn. A medium, round headed tree with almost black stems. (Deciduous 4m)

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160L

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25L

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35L

2.2

60L

3

25L

1.2

35L

1.4

45L

1.8

25L

1.6

35L

1.8

60L

2.7

P28

1.6

25L

1.3

M/S

35L

1.8

M/S

45L

2

60L

2.5

80L

2.7

25L

1.6

45L

1.3

60L

1.8

80L

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160L

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P28

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35L

1.2

45L

1.3

60L

1.2

Acer pal. dis. “Deep Secret” - (Weeping Japanese Maple)

35L

1.2

Acer pal. dis. “Emerald Lace” - (Weeping Japanese Maple)

45L

1.6

60L

1.8

Acer pal. dis. “Garnet” - (Weeping Japanese Maple)

25L

1.2

45L

1.2

60L

1.4

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Acer palmatum “Trompenburg” - (Japanese Maple) Finger shaped leaves roll down distinctively. Rich purple-red leaves in summer that are a purplish green until autumn when they go to a bright crimson. An erect round headed tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Acer pal. dis. “Crimson Queen” - (Weeping Japanese Maple Finely cut deep purplish-red leaves. It retains this colouring throughout the season. Scarlet autumn colours. Hardy grower. Excellent for containers. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous) .Grade shown is 45L. L/W = Low Worked

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Finely cut deep red leaves. It retains this colouring throughout the season. Firey scarlet autumn colours. Excellent for containers. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous)

Very finely cut lime green spring leaves that darken in summer. Dark red leaves in autumn. A strong vigorous grower. Excellent for containers. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous)

Rich red-purple finely cut leaves. Retains this colouring through season. Crimson autumn leaves. Vigorous cascading grower. Very popular worldwide. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous)

Acer pal. dis. “Pendulum Julian”- (Weeping Japanese Maple

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L/W

A mound forming and wide spreading grower, more wind tolerant than most other weeping Maples. Purple spring leaves mature bronze green through summer. Orange and yellow autumn leaves. Graft height determines height (Deciduous) . L/W = Low Worked

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35L

1.2

Acer pal. dis.“Red Feathers” - (Weeping Japanese Maple)

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25L

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Very finely cut leaves. New leaves emerge orange-pink. Leaves are a deep green in summer going to a carmine red in autumn. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous)

Vigorous grower. Finest cut purple-red leaves. Retains colour throughout season. Bright crimson autumn leaves. Small grower, excellent for containers. Prefers partial shade in well-draining soil. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous)

Acer pal. dis.“Seiryu” - (Laceleaf Japanese Maple)

Upright grower with graceful spreading branches. Finely cut bright green lacy leaves. Autumn tones of gold tinted red. The only upright cutleaf maple. Ideal for a smaller garden. One of Ben’s favourite Maples. (Deciduous 3m)

Acer pal. dis.“Tamukeyama” - (Weeping Japanese Maple) Crimson red finely cut spring leaves. Purple-red through summer turning scarlet in autumn. A strong mound forming grower. Becoming a real solid beauty. Graft height determines height. (Deciduous) L/W = Low Worked

Acer pal. dis.“Viridis” - (Green Weeping Japanese Maple) Finely cut fresh green spring leaves that retain the colouring well into summer before turning to brilliant yellow and orange leaves in autumn. Vigorous and hardy. Excellent for containers. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous)

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L/W

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L/W

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L/W

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1.2

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1.3

0.9

45L

1.3

1

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Acer pal. dis.“Orangeola” - (Weeping Japanese Maple) Leaves weep to the ground in a rounded mound. Orange/green new spring leaves. Mature green through summer with red new growths. Bright orange/ red autumn colours. Performs well in hotter climates. Excellent for container planting. Graft height will determine height. (Deciduous)

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1.2

Acer palmatum “Fireglow” - (Weeping Japanese Maple)

45L

1.5

Acer palmatum “Omurayama” - (Japanese Maple)

35L

1.7

Acer platanoides- (Norway Maple)

P28

1.2

25L

2.3

35L

2.3

45L

3

60L

3.5

80L

3.5

100L

4

200L

4.2

35L

2.3

45L

2.5

60L

3.3

80L

3.6

160L

4.5

35L

2.4

45L

2.4

60L

2

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New spring leaves are an intense fiery red. Through summer the leaves hold this red colouring very well. Strong upright growth habit. Ideal where space is limited as narrow growing. Perfect street tree. Protect from strong drying winds. (Deciduous 3m)

A small spreading spectacular grower with pendulous side branches. These branches will eventually cascade to the ground. Bright green leaves are deeply cut and lobed.Glowing orange red autumn leaves. Protect from hot drying winds. (Deciduous 2.5m)

A strong growing tree with a rounded head. Huge palmate deep green leaves turning a vivid gold in autumn. An ornamental shade tree for larger gardens. Tolerates most climates but not dry. (Deciduous 9m)

Acer platanoides "Drummondii"- (Harlequin Maple) Has exquisite cream and green spring leaves that turn yellow in autumn. A slow upright grower that requires wind protection. Grown well, it is a breath taking tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Acer platanoides "Globosum"- (Globe Norway Maple) A Lollipop tree with red spring leaves that turn green. Beautiful yellow autumn leaves. A dense grower, that forms a globe shape. Excellent courtyard or plaza tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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1.3

35L

1.3

45L

1.2

60L

2.8

80L

3.6

Acer Plat. “Princeton Gold” - (Golden Norway Maple)

35L

2.5

Acer pseudoplat. “Leopoldii” - (Variegated Sycamore Maple)

35L

1.8,3

Acer pseudoplat. “Purpureum” - (Purple Sycamore Maple)

35L

3.5

45L

3.5

60L

4

80L

4

200L

6

Acer platanoides “Nigrum” - (Purple Leaf Norway Maple) During spring the large leaves glow coppery red, turning to purple red in summer and remaining that colour until autumn when they change to a purplish yellow. A slow growing upright tree. Perfect as a smaller feature tree, for lining drives or avenues and as a street tree. (Deciduous 6m)

A medium sized tree. The fluorescent yellow leaves in spring make this a stand out tree. Through summer the leaves remain a more muted yellow. Slowly matures into an oval shape. Protect from strong winds and harsh sunlight. (Deciduous 8m)

Large yellowish/pink spring leaves in summer. They become green, speckled cream. A broad growing tree. (Deciduous 6m)

The purple leafed Sycamore is a grand tree with wide spreading branches which make it perfect as a shade tree for animals and as a lawn specimen in larger sized gardens. Also excellent for avenues or as a shelter. Withstands winds, including moderate coastal and cold. The large lobed bronzy green leaves are purple underneath and these leaves shimmer in the wind. (Deciduous 6m) Grade shown is 45L.

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25L

1.2

35L

1.5

P18

1.6

P28

1.7

25L

2.3

35L

2.7

45L

3.6

60L

3.6

80L

3.7,4.2

100L

5

160L

4.2

200L

5

400L

6

25L

2.6

35L

2.8

45L

2.5

60L

2.7

80L

3

100L

3.5

25L

3.5

35L

3

80L

3

400L

6

25L

2.6

35L

3

45L

3

60L

3.5

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Acer pseudosieboldianum - (Korean Maple) Upright growing small tree which broadens with maturity. Attractive large green leaves are deeply lobed. Purple winged flowers in spring are a feature. Stunning autumn colours of glowing orange and red. Grow in sun or semi shade. Protect from hot, drying winds. (Deciduous 5m)

Acer rubrum - (Red Canadian Maple)

Large shining dark green leaves turning a rich scarlet red in autumn. Reddish twigs, branchlets and buds. Red spring flowers on naked branches. Large growing tree. (Deciduous 10m) Grade shown is 160L.

Acer rubrum “Autumn Glory” - (Maple) Compact upright grower with deep green leaves. A brilliant display of red autumn leaves giving a prolonged display into winter. Does great in poor soils. Is quick growing and is excellent as a street tree. (Deciduous 12m)

Acer rubrum “Bowhall” - (Red Maple) Upright columnar shape that is perfect as an avenue or street tree. Quick growing. Glowing orange red autumn leaves. (Deciduous 12m)

Acer rubrum “Brandywine” - (Red Maple) Large emerald green summer leaves turning to brilliant shades of reds and purples in autumn. Seedless clone that is a quick growing large tree. (Deciduous 10m)

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Acer rubrum “Columnare” - (Upright Red Maple)

25L

2.5

35L

3.5

Acer rubrum “Red Sunset” - (Red Sunset Maple)

P28

2.2

25L

2.5

35L

3

45L

3

Upright columnar shape that is ideal for avenues. Has brilliant yellow, red and orange autumn leaves. Quick growing. (Deciduous 12m)

Very large fresh green leaves that turn to a spectacular orange-crimson in autumn. Forms a broad columnar head. (Deciduous 10m)

Acer rubrum “Armstrong” - (Upright Red Maple) Narrow columnar or fastigiate form. Ideal for avenues, streets and berms. Silvery bark is a feature. Also the red flowers on bare branches in spring. Red, orange and yellow autumn leaves over a long period. (Deciduous 10m)

Acer rubrum x freemanii “Jeffersred” - (Freeman Maple) (Syn. Acer rubrum “Autumn Blaze”) Large green leaves with silvery undersides. Striking red-orange leaves from March. Amedium sized vase shaped tree that is wind and drought tolerant. Can be pruned as a narrow wind screen. (Deciduous 12m)

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35L

3

45L

3.3

60L

3.3

P18 P28 35L 45L 60L 80L 200L

1.6 2.2 3.5 4 3.8 4 4.2

Acer saccharum - (Sugar Maple)

P18

2

P28

1.2

35L

3

60L

4

Source of Maple Sugar. Large green lobed leaves with spectacular autumn leaves in cold regions of red, orange and yellow shades. Compact crown with upswept branches. (Deciduous 10m)

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Acer saccharinum - (Silver Maple)

Light green lobed leaves with silvery underneath. Leaves look lovely when ruffled by the wind. Orange, scarlet and yellow autumn leaves. Open vase shaped, rapid growing tree. (Deciduous 15m)

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Round headed and wide growing tree with large dark green fan shaped leaves. Giant pink candles in late spring. Inedible glossy brown nuts in autumn. Great as a shade, avenue or paddock tree. (Deciduous 7m)

P18

2

P28

2

25L

2.5

35L

2.2

Grade shown is 160L.

45L

2.4

60L

2.7

80L

3.5

100L

3

160L

4.2

200L

3

35L

2

45L

2.5

60L

2.7

Aesculus carnea - (Pink Horse Chestnut)

Aesculus carnea “Briotii” - (Red Horse Chestnut) A small compact grower with large dark green fan shaped leaves. Giant red candles in late spring. Great as a shade, avenue or paddock tree. (Deciduous 6m)

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45L

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60L

3

80L

3.2

160L

4.2

200L

5

Aesculus hippocastanum “Baumannii”- (Horse Chestnut)

45L

2.8

Aesculus indica - (Indian Horse Chestnut)

45L

2.5

60L

3.3

80L

3.2

Aesculus hippocastanum - (Horse Chestnut)

A tall stately tree with a wide crown. Large deep green fan shaped leaves with giant white candles in late spring. Produces inedible glossy nuts in Autumn. Great in large gardens, parks and paddocks. (Deciduous 15m)

A smaller compact grower with large dark green fan shaped leaves and giant double white candles in spring. Does not set seeds. Perfect as a shade, avenue and paddock tree. (Deciduous 8m)

Large beautiful leaves that are bronze in spring, turning green. Frilly white flower panicles in early summer. Flowers flushed pink, spotted yellow. Magnificent large growing shade tree. (Deciduous 15m)

Aesculus neg. “Erythroblastos” - (Yellow Horse Chestnut) 200L

4.5

Amazing spring leaves of shrimp pink that age to pale yellow/green later. Slow growing small tree. Protect from strong winds. (Deciduous 5m)

Aesculus turbinata - (Japanese Horse Chestnut) Huge fan shaped leaves. Large red spotted white panicles. Flowers in late spring. Pear shaped, smooth, inedible nuts. Great as a large shade tree. (Deciduous 15m)

Agathis australis - (Kauri)

Slender, pyramidal tree. Although Kauri trees attain a broad size with age they will suit a confined space for up to 80 years before broadening out. Will tolerate moderate frosts heavy clay soils. Juvenile form with brown leaves lasts around 7 years before changing to green.

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2.5

35L

2.8

45L

2.8

P18

1.1

25L

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35L

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45L

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Agonis flexuosa “After Dark” - (Willow Myrtle)

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Burgundy to purple coloured narrow leaves. This shrubby small tree becomes semi-weeping. Tolerates dry/poor soils. Small white flowers in early summer. Excellent as a container plant. Looks best contrasted with silvery foliage. (Evergreen 4m)

A LB IZIA - T HE SIL K TREE FA MILY Albizia jul. “Summer Chocolate” - (Purple Leaved Silk Tree)

35L

1.5

Rich chocolate burgundy leaves, with silky pink fragrant flowers. Ferny leaves on wide spreading branches. Perfect as a small shade tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Albizia julibrissin “Red Silk” - (Red Silk Tree) Carmine red, silky fragrant summer flowers, with ferny leaves, on wide spreading branches. Makes a great small shade tree. Tolerates heat and drought. (Deciduous 5m)

Albizia julibrissin “Rosea” - (Pink Silk Tree) Silky pink, fragrant summer flowers, with ferny leaves on wide spreading branches. Perfect small shade tree that tolerates heat and drought (Deciduous 5m)

Alectryon excelsus - (Titoki, NZ Oak)

An upright grower with a small rounded head. Glossy olive green pinnate leaves with young shoots covered with rusty coloured fine hairs. Shiny black seeds emerge from scarlet fruit during summer. Attractive to seed eating birds. Tolerates light frosts. Great shade tree. Excellent street tree. (7m)

35L

2.5

45L

2.4

60L

2.4

80L

2.4

25L

2.2

35L

2

45L

2.2

60L

2.2

P18

1.8

P28

1.6

25L

2.2

35L

2.2

45L

2.6

60L

2.6

80L

2.8

100L

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A LN U S T HE ALDER FA MILY

Alnus jorulensis

Alnus acuminata - (Andean Alder)

This tree comes from central and South America where it grows in river valleys and mountain slopes. Excellent for erosion control and for fixing nitrogen into the soil. Upright grower. (Deciduous 20m)

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45L

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80L

4

100L

4.5

160L

5.5

200L

5

80L

6

160L

5

400L

6

Alnus glutinosa “Imperiallis” - (Cut-Leaved Alder)

35L 45L 60L 80L 135L 160L 200L

2.5 3.6 3.7 4 4.2 4 5

Alnus glutinosa “Laciniata” - (Cut-Leaved Black Alder)

60L

3.6

80L

3.5

160L

4.5

200L

4

400L

4.5

25L

3.3

Vigorous broadly conical tree. A tree for wet and windy sites with timber and firewood uses. (Deciduous 20m)

45L

4

60L

4.5

80L

4

Alnus jorullensis - (Evergreen Mexican Alder)

25L

2

35L

2.5

45L

2.2

80L

3

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Alnus cordata - (Italian Alder)

Shining heart shaped green leaves. A quick growing upright form. Will grow in moist swampy soils, useful for erosion control. Great as a street or shade tree. (Deciduous 12m) Grade shown is 45L.

Alnus glutinosa - (Black Alder)

Pyramidal form. Most salt tolerant of all Alders, will thrive in very wet areas. Vigorous quick grower. Excellent as a shelter tree. (Deciduous 15m)

Elegant small tree with outspreading branches. Fine and deeply cut green leaves. Tolerant of wet soils. Looks great planted next to water. (Deciduous 6m)

Conical growing tree with finely cut green leaves. Tolerates wet and windy sites. (Deciduous 8m)

Alnus glutinosa v “Barbata” - (Turkish Black Alder)

A very fast growing evergreen. Long green leaves are toothed. Can easily pruned to any shape. Papery pale grey bark. Excellent as a dense screen. (Evergreen 6m)

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80L

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200L

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Amelanchier canadensis - (Shad Bush)

P28

2

Small neat tree with rounded head. Bronze new spring leaves turning stunning red in autumn. Lacy white drooping racemes in spring. (Deciduous 4m)

25L

2.2

Amomyrtus luma - (Chilean Myrtle)

80L

2.5

Araucaria araucana - (Monkey Puzzle Tree)

25L

0.8

Alnus rubra - (Red Alder)

Slender pyramidal form. Red buds reveal green catkins in spring. Green leaves are greyish beneath. Hardy. Tolerates moist soils. (Deciduous 10m)

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Small tree. Coppery coloured young leaves. A profusion of creamy white flowers smothers the tree in early summer. Cinnamon coloured peeling bark is a feature. Tolerates frosts and high rainfall. Ideal for sun or semi-shade. (Evergreen 4m)

A stately specimen tree with an erect symmetrical shape, very distinctive Chilean tree. The closely packed leaves are spiny so place in the landscape where there is plenty of room for expansion. Well drained soil. Will tolerate strong winds. (Evergreen 8ms)

Araucaria columnaris - (Cook Island Pine) Short horizontal branches grow in tiers to form a slender spire like crown. Great in urban areas where it will grow tall to frame multi-storey buildings but remain extremely narrow. For frost free areas. Excellent for our coastal regions. (Evergreen 20m)

Araucaria heterophylla - (Norfolk Island Pine ) Stately erect tree with a pyramidal form. Ideal hardy coastal tree. Enduring tree for large spaces. Can be kept small in a container. (Evergreen 10m)

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1.7

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60L

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Arbutus canariensis - (Canary Islands Madrone ) This tree has bold foliage to 15cm long, and large upright pannicles of white bell shaped flowers throughout the year, followed by red strawberry like fruit. Like gum trees the bark is smooth and sheds annually. Wind and heat tolerant, Typical mature height: 6-9m

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Arbutus unedo - (Irish Strawberry Tree)

25L

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Astelia chathamica - (Silver Spear)

P18

0.5

25L

1

Astelia nervosa “Westland�

P18

0.3

25L

1

25L

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Large shrub or small tree. Very hardy to adverse conditions including coastal, heat and cold conditions. Small white flowers in spring followed by orange strawberry-like fruit in autumn and winter. Birds love the fruit. (Evergreen 4m)

Ornamental clump-forming plant with broad spiky, silvery-green leaves which droop at their tips. Easily grown in full sun or semi-shade. Will tolerate both moist and dry sites. Dramatic in group plantings. Coastal hardy. Excellent in containers. (1.5m)

Ornamental clump-forming plant with broad spiky, silvery-green leaves overlaid with reddish bronze. Easily grown in full sun or semi-shade. Will tolerate both moist and dry sites. Dramatic in group plantings. Excellent in containers. (1m)

Azara microphylla - (Vanilla Tree)

Large dense shrub with arching branches and small glossy dark green leaves. Small vanilla scented greenish spring flowers. Can be shaped into a dense screen. Branches can be espaliered. (Evergreen 3m)

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Banksia integrifolia - (Coastal Banksia) Hardy, upright grower when smaller to become open spreading habit. Quick growing and coastal hardy. Large yellow brush flowers from autumn to winter attract tuis and Bellbirds. Great for shelter. Can be pruned to any shape and size. (Evergreen 8m)

Beilschmiedia taraire - (Taraire)

Stately, erect tree with smooth brown bark. Young shoots are covered with fine brown hairs. Broad leathery olive green leaves are heavily veined and glossy. Prefers moist soil and tolerates light to medium frosts. Wood Pigeons adore the large purple berries in autumn. (8m) Beilschmiedia tawa - (Tawa)

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A slow growing but enduring tree which ultimately becomes a forest giant. Erect grower with almost black bark. The small pale green willowy leaves hang in a graceful habit. Prefers moist soil and tolerates light to medium frosts. Wood Pigeons adore the large purple berries in winter. (8m)

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Betula costata - (Korean Birch)

45L

2.7

Betula ermanii - (Erman’s Birch)

35L

3

Betula ermanii Polar - (Erman’s Birch)

35L

3

Betula nigra - (River Birch)

25L

2.8

35L

3

45L

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60L

3.3

80L

3.6

100L

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160L

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200L

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A very distinctive Birch with a strong pattern of horizontal striations on the bark which is creamy pinkish to orange. The bark peels to create gorgeous patterning. Upright growth habit. Bright green leaves with conspicuous veining. Golden autumn leaves. (Deciduous 8m) A graceful vigorous Birch tree renowned for its creamy-white and pinkish bark. This imparts a warm hue among darker evergreen trees especially through the winter months. Bright green heart shaped leaves turn bright yellow in autumn. Conical upright grower which broadens with age. (Decidu-

Very white trunked birch which has peeling bark. Green leaf turning butter yellow in Autumn . Tidy smaller growing birch. (Deciduous to 4 m)

One of the best trees for planting in wet areas, edges of streams, gullies etc. Becomes a strong pyramidal form with distinctive pinkish orange shaggy bark which flakes and curls. Glossy green leaves are glaucous underneath. They turn bright yellow in autumn. (Deciduous 10m)

Betula nigra “Heritage” - (River Birch)

A selection of the River Birch which becomes a graceful small tree with pendant branches. Shiny deep green leaves turn yellow in autumn. It bears long striking male catkins in late winter. The silvery white and pinkish shaggy bark flakes and curls. Thrives in both moist and dry position. (Deciduous 10m) Betula nigra “Summer Cascade” - (Weeping River Birch)

1.4

The branches cascade in an elegant weeping fashion. The peeling shaggy bark is tan coloured. Shiny green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Tolerates wet and acidic soils. (Deciduous 2.5m)

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Betula nigra “Uru Tawhai” - (River Birch)

A cutting grown selection of the River Birch. Great for planting in wet areas. Green leaves turn bright yellow in autumn. (Deciduous 10m)

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Betula papyrifera “Commutata” - (Western Paper Birch)

One of the largest and fastest growing Birches with an open but less weeping form than Silver Birches. Smooth white bark peels in layers. Bright yellow autumn leaves. A magnificent specimen subject as a solitary specimen, in groves or avenues. (Deciduous 9m)

Betula pendula “Black Prince” - (Purple Birch)

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25L

3

Small narrow growing tree with cascading slender branches. The rich purple leaf colouring holds well through the season. Almost black stems and branches are an added feature. Protect from strong winds. (Deciduous 4m)

35L

3.5

45L

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60L

3.5

Betula pendula “Dalecarlica” - (Cut-Leaf Birch)

25L

2.7

This Birch has the same graceful habit of the Silver Birch but with more cascading branches. The rich green leaves are deeply cut and serrated giving the tree a light dainty effect. White trunks are a feature on mature trees. Less tolerant of long dry spells. (Deciduous 8m)

35L

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45L

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60L

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Betula pendula “Wades Golden” - (Gold Stemmed Birch)

35L

3.5

A compact upright Birch with lime green leaves through the summer. Brilliant gold autumn leaves. Branch stems are gold changing to pink-red through winter. Develops very white trunks. Excellent planted in groups or as an avenue. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

45L

4

Betula pendula “Youngii” - (Weeping Birch)

25L

3.5

35L

4

Forms a dome of slender weeping side branches which will droop down to the ground from a straight trunk. Small green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Our tissue cultured plants are available in various heights. We have trained them this way to produce plants to suit all needs. (Deciduous) Betula pendula “Tristis” - (Weeping Birch)

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This striking tree is medium sized reaching about 8m . The branches are uplifted with very long weeping shoots that twist and dangle like streamers. The bark remains white at the base. In autumn the serrated leaves turn yellow. The bark is white, and becomes fissured as the tree ages.

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Betula pendula “Alba” - (Silver Birch)

This is a highly rated Birch for its prominent white trunk, lacy leaf texture and graceful pendulous branches. The white trunks develop black fissures with age. The glossy green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Lovely as group plantings. (Deciduous 8m)

Betula platyphylla “Japonica” - (Japanese White Birch) This lovely Birch has a slender weeping form like the Silver Birch but with larger more substantial leaves which turn bright yellow in autumn. Very white bark right down to ground level is maintained into old age. Rust resistant leaves. (Deciduous 8m)

Betula utilis “Jacquemontii Dazzler” - (Himalayan Birch)

25L

2

This Birch is produced from tissue culture so all trees grow uniform and identical. Dazzling white bark on the stems and trunks is maintained into old age. An erect tidy grower. Large green leaves turn bright yellow in autumn. Good for group plantings. (Deciduous 7m)

35L

2.5

45L

3

60L

4

80L

4

Betula utilis “Jacquemontii” - (Himalayan Birch)

25L

3

35L

3.3

45L

3.5

Lovely Birch with dazzling white powdery bark from top to toe and maintained into old age. Peeling white bark. Neat erect growth habit. Large tapering dark green leaves turn bright yellow in autumn. (Deciduous 7m)

Betula utilis “Silver Shadow”

35L

2.8

25L

3

This is a grafted birch so all trees grow uniform and identical. The most narrow growing of all Birches. Perfect as a street tree, for avenues or where space is limited. Dazzling white bark from ground level which is maintained into old age. Yellow autumn leaves. (Deciduous 6m)

35L

3.3

45L

3.2

60L

3.6

Brachychiton acerifolius - (Illawarra Flame Tree)

60L

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'Silver Shadow' is a medium-sized deciduous tree with a conical crown and clear white bark on trunk and branches. Leaves oval dark green and drooping, turning yellow in autumn. Male catkins conspicuous in early spring, to 15cm in length

Betula “Whitespire” - (Whitespire Birch)

2.5

Becomes a tall stately upright tree with a spreading crown. Large glossy lobed leaves like a maple are a feature. Leaves drop in spring prior to flowering to reveal vivid scarlet bells in hanging trusses. Flowers best in hot, dry climates. (Evergreen 10m)

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Buxus sempervirens “Graham Blandy” - (Boxwood) A tall columnar growing form of the English Box. Shining dark green rounded leaves. Quick growing and hardy for sun or semi-shade. Excellent as an accent plant in the garden. (Evergreen 2.5m)

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Buxus sempervirens - (Boxwood)

Bushy, slow growing shrub with lush scented foliage. Great for topiary and hedging. Hardy and tolerant of close shearing, most soil types and shade. (Evergreen 1.5m)

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Callistemon “Hot Pink” - (Bottlebrush)

25L

1.3

0.5

An Australian tree with large bright pink brush like flowers in Spring. Attracts nectar feeding birds. Spreading grower. Drought and coastal tolerant. (Evergreen2ms)

Callistemon “John Mashlan” - (Bottlebrush)

25L

1.3

Callistemon “Macarthur” - (Bottlebrush)

P28

0.7

A compact upright growing bottlebrush. Bears a profusion of candy floss pink brushes through spring and summer. Drought tolerant once established. (Evergreen 2m)

Incorporates two of the most popular varieties on the market, Little John and Captain Cook. Featuring a more compact growth habit and better flower presentation. Has fresh green toned foliage with very bushy and tidy growth. Responds very well to pruning after flowering.

Callistemon “Pachyphyllus” - (Bottlebrush)

25L

Hardy bushy grower. Excellent as a dense screen. A profusion of red or sometimes greenish brush like flowers in spring which attracts birds and bees. Tolerates boggy poorly drained soils. (Evergreen 1.5m)

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Callistemon “Red Alert” - (Bottlebrush)

P28

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Callistemon viminalis “Red Cluster” - (Bottlebrush)

25L

1.2

45L

1.5

Callistemon “Western Glory” - (Bottlebrush)

25L

1.3

35L

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A unique bottlebrush with vivid new red growth for two months in autumn and two months in spring, with lighter new red growth for even more months. It’s a native alternative to Photinia that requires less pruning, is very drought and frost tolerant, thrives in windy situations and suits most soil.

A vigorous rounded form with pink new shoots. A profusion of crimson red brushes in spring with a second flowering in autumn. Flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Drought tolerant once established. (Evergreen 2.5m)

A vigorous rounded form with pink new shoots. A profusion of crimson red brushes in spring with a second flowering in autumn. Flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Drought tolerant once established. (Evergreen 2.5m)

CALLISTEMON CARE

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To care for your Callistemon bottlebrush be sure to water on the regular while the tree is young & also annual fertilization until it matures. Young trees should be watered weekly in the absence of rain, applying the water slowly to saturate the soil. Spreading a layer of mulch over the root zone will slow the evaporation of water and help prevent weeds. Use a 2-inch layer of shredded hardwood or bark or a 3- to 4-inch layer of light mulch such as pine straw, hay or shredded leaves. Fertilize bottlebrush shrubs for the first time in their second spring. A 2-inch layer of compost over the root zone makes an excellent fertilizer for bottlebrush. Quality Specimen Trees - From Ground to Crown

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CA ME LLIA FA MILY

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Camellia “Black Lace” - (Hybrid)

Medium formal double flowers. Dark velvet red with incurved petals. Flowering mid to late season. Compact erect grower. (Evergreen 2.5m)

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Camellia “Cinnamon Cindy” - (Hybrid)

1.5

Miniature flowers are semi-double to rose form. A profusion of pink buds open paler. Spicy fragrance. Flowers mid to late season. Strong upright grower, excellent for narrow spaces. (Evergreen 2m)

Camellia “Dolly Dyer” - (Japonica) Small tight informal double flowers of bright scarlet. Flowers mid to late season. A smaller compact upright grower of very neat form. (Evergreen 1.5m)

Camellia “Early Pearly” - (Sasanqua) Small formal double flowers. White with a tinge of pink. Early flowering. Upright growth habit. (Evergreen 2m)

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Camellia “Elfin Rose” - (Sasanqua)

25L

1.2

Camellia “High Fragrance” - (Hybrid)

25L

1.3

Camellia “Hiryu” - (Sasanqua)

25L

1.3

Camellia “Les Jury” - (Hybrid)

25L

1.3

Camellia “Nicky Crisp” - (Hybrid)

25L

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Small semi-double flowers of rose pink. Flowers through autumn. An upright compact grower. Hardy small growing hedge or filler. (Evergreen 2m)

Large peony form. Salmon pink buds open paler and fade to almost white. Delicious spicy fragrance. Flowers for a long period from mid-winter till mid-spring. Vigorous upright grower. (Evergreen 2.5m)

Bright cerise semi-double flowers in abundance. Flowers through autumn into early winter. A vigorous hardy variety. Excellent as a screen or as a large filler. Grow in sun or semi shade. (Evergreen 2.5m)

Large formal rose to peony form. Deep crimson red flowers over a long period. Mid to late flowering season. Upright vigorous grower. Excellent hedge plant. Flowers drop cleanly. (Evergreen 3.5m)

Medium sized semi-double pale lavender pink flowers of great substance. Mid to late season flowering. Slow dense bushy grower. Perfect for low hedging. (Evergreen 1.5m)

Camellia “Otome-Sazanka” - (Sasanqua) Large semi-double pure pink flowers over a long from early autumn. A hardy grower, excellent for hedging and screens. (Evergreen 3m)

Camellia “Plantation Snow White” - (Sasanqua)

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Large single saucer shaped flowers of pure white. Early season flowering. Vigorous upright grower. (Evergreen 2.5m)

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Medium sized semi-double flowers of purest white. Slight fragrance. Flowers early to mid-season. Upright vigorous grower with deep green leaves. Excellent for hedges. (Evergreen 2.5m)

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35L

1.2

Camellia “Takanini” - (Japonica)

P28

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25L

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P28

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25L

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25L

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Camellia “Fairy Blush” - (Hybrid)

P28

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A profusion of deep pink buds open to single white blushed pink around the edges. Strongly scented. Flowers from late autumn to early Spring.Makes a superb small hedge. Full sun or semi-shade. Evergreen 1.8ms

25L

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Camellia “Fox's Fancy” - (Hybrid)

25L

1.3

Camellia “Mark Allen” - (Hybrid)

25L

1.3

Camellia “Setsugekka” - (Sasanqua)

Glowing deepest red medium sized anemone formed flowers. One of the first Camellias to flower in the season and still flowering right at the end of the season. Slight fragrance. Strong, bushy but narrow grower. (Evergreen 2.5m)

Camellia “Transnokoensis” - (Species) A dense foliaged bush with an upright form. Excellent for screening. A mass of small white single flowers from red buds smother the bush in late winter. Hardy and vigorous. (Evergreen 1.8m)

Camellia “Wirlinga Bride” - (Hybrid)

A unique grower with slender arching stems and small leaves. From mid-winter till early spring pure white single flowers stud the branches. The supple stems can be left to form a semi weeping small bush or espaliered along wires. Excellent for containers. (Evergreen 1.5m)

Large double deep red flowers with creped petals.Flowers winter into spring.Full sun or semi-shade. Evergreen 2ms

Large rose to wine red semi-Flowers from late autumn to late winter.Very free flowering.Full sun or semi-shade. Evergreen 2.5ms

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Camellia “Sasanqua Yuletide”

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a species of Camellia native to China and Japan. It is usually found growing up to an altitude of 900 metres. It is an evergreen shrub growing to 5 m tall. The leaves are broad elliptic, 3–7 cm long and 1.2–3 cm broad, with a finely serrated margin. The flowers are 5–7 cm diameter, with 5–8 white to dark pink petals.

CAR PIN US - THE HORNBEAM FAMILY Carpinus betulus - (European or Common Hornbeam)

Strong pyramidal form. The rich green leaves are heavily ribbed. Yellow/orange autumn leaves then brown which form a jacket on the tree through winter. Excellent as a hedge and very amenable to pruning into any formal shape or form. Very popular for pleaching. (Deciduous 12m) Grade shown is 35L.

Carpinus betulus “Fastigiata” - (Upright Hornbeam)

A medium sized tree of upright pyramidal form, quite narrow while young. Becomes broader upon maturity. Excellent avenue and street tree. Yellow and orange autumn leaves. Leaves are dropped cleanly end of autumn. Very hardy. (Deciduous 8m)

Carpinus japonica - (Japanese Hornbeam)

A small tree or wide spreading shrub with beautiful elongated corrugated green leaves. Lime green catkins, reminiscent of large hops, hang from the branches in early spring along with the newly emerging leaves. Orange and yellow autumn leaves. Something quite different. (Deciduous 10m)

Carpodetus serratus - (Putaputaweta, Marbleleaf)

An attractive small tree or large bush with spreading branches and a flat top. Makes a great shade tree or nurse tree for woodland plants. Juvenile leaves are brownish while the adult leaves are larger, dark green with lighter marbling. A profusion of small white summer flowers. Prefers moisture. (5m)

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90L

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100L

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200L

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Castanea sativa - (Spanish Chestnut)

Forms a tall stately tree with wide spreading branches. Great shade tree for parks, playgrounds, paddocks and wide open spaces. Deep glossy green leaves with sharply toothed margins. Self-fertile. Prickly burrs fall in autumn to open and spill out up to three shiny brown Chestnuts. (Deciduous 15m) Castanea sativa “1005” - (Edible Chestnut)

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Commercial fruiting variety. Large red brown nuts fall free of the burr. A heavy cropper bearing early in the season. Strong upright grower. Self-fertile. (Deciduous 10m)

Catalpa bignonioides - (Indian Bean Tree) Upright growing lawn and avenue tree with tropical appearance. Big green heart shaped leaves. Late spring it has huge clusters of trumpet flowers displayed in erect clusters. Colours creamy white, striped purple and spotted yellow. Long bean shaped capsules through summer. (Deciduous 8m)

CEDR US - THE CEDAR FAMILY Cedrela sinensis “Flamingo” - (Chinese Toon) Suckering large shrub with spring new growth like no other. The slender erect branches bear pinnate leaves of rich warm pink in early spring. Leaves become creamy pink and mature to green by summer. Can be halved in height or pruned to the ground to encourage a profusion of new stems. (Deciduous 4m)

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Cedrus atla. “Glauca Pendula” - (Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar) 60L

2.4

An imposing weeping conifer with curtains of silvery blue foliage cascading from a dome shaped crown. Stake initially to get the height required before allowing to weep to the ground. (Evergreen)

Cedrus deodara - (Himalayan Cedar)

An upright growing conifer with a strong pyramidal form. The evenly spaced branches are gracefully pendulous at their tips giving a soft appearance but shaped this way to shake off snow. The blue grey needles are generously frosted. An enduring and dignified tree. (Evergreen 8m)

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A straight-trunked tree with a smooth grey trunk. Small beautiful green leaves. A popular city street tree with its upright form. Tolerant of drought and winds. (Deciduous 12m)

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45L

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Cercidiphyllum japonicum - (Katsura Tree)

P28

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35L

2.2

45L

2.5

60L

2.5

160L

4.5

200L

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Celtis australis - (European Nettle)

This tree tolerates wet positions and prefers moist conditions. Purplish pink new leaves and stems. Leaves become bluish-green turn bright orange/pink/purple/scarlet through autumn. At this time leaves emit a strong spicy fragrance. Upright spreading grower with drooping, arching habit. (Deciduous 7m)

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Cercis “Texas White” - (Texas Whitebud) Forms a small round headed tree with large handsome heart shaped leaves of shining green. They turn bright yellow in autumn. A profusion of pure white pea-shaped flowers stud the bare branches in spring. (Deciduous 4m)

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Cedrus trees can grow up to 30–40 m (occasionally 60 m) tall with spicy-resinous scented wood, thick ridged or square-cracked bark, and broad, level branches. Cedars share a very similar cone structure with the firs (Abies) and were traditionally thought to be most closely related to them. Cedars are very popular ornamental trees, widely used in horticulture in temperate climates where winter temperatures do not fall below about −25°C. The Turkish cedar is slightly hardier, to −30°C or just below.

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Cercis canadensis “Forest Pansy” - (American Redbud)

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Cercis canadensis “Spring Snow” - (Chinese Redbud)

35L

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Cercis chinensis “Avondale” - (Chinese Redbud)

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Small, round-headed tree with large heart shaped leaves of glowing purple. Leaves turn glowing orange and red in autumn. Mass of pale rose-pink pea shaped flowers on bare branches in spring. Branch patterning in winter is very oriental in appearance. A stunning small tree for all seasons. (Deciduous 3.5m)

Cercis canadensis “Hearts of Gold” - (Golden Redbud) Small round headed tree with large heart shaped leaves which in spring are golden bronze. Leaves mature to butter gold and hold this colour through the season. Autumn colours are bright yellow/orange. Bare branches in spring are smothered in pale rose-pink flowers. (Deciduous 3m) White flowered Chinese Redbud. Large rich green heart shaped leaves. Masses of white flowers stud the bare branches in early spring. Compact grower. Ideal for the smaller garden. (Deciduous 3m)

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Dwarf large shrub or small upright growing tree. Large light green heart shaped leaves turn bright yellow in autumn. A profusion of deep cerise pink pea shaped flowers stud the bare branches for an extended period in early spring. Ideal for small spaces, excellent narrow growing street tree. (Deciduous 2.5m)

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Chamaecyparis pisifera “Boulevard”- (Blue Moss Cypress) 60L

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Dense growing pyramidal large shrub with silvery blue leaves which are soft to touch. Outstanding colour and form. (Evergreen 2m)

Chimonanthus praecox - (Wintersweet)

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Citrus grapefruit “Golden Special” - (Grapefruit)

P28

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Citrus “Lemonade” - (Lemonade)

60L

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Becomes a multi-stemmed bushy shrub. Bare branches are studded with sulphur yellow flowers mid-winter. These exude the most delicious fragrance of spice and violets. Branches can be picked and taken indoors. Grows best in cold climates and dry summers. Yellow autumn leaves. (Deciduous 2.5m) Chionanthus retusus - (Chinese Fringetree)

A beautiful summer flowering tree, producing billowing clusters of white fragrant blossom which contrasts against the large deep green leaves. Requires fertile well drained soils. (Deciduous 4m)

Cinnamomum camphora - (Camphor Tree) A large growing shade tree with a very picturesque form. Pink new leaves contrast against the paler leaves. Smooth bark. All parts of the tree exude a camphor fragrance. Tolerates drought once established. (Evergreen 9m)

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NZ-bred with juicy sweet and tangy thin skinned fruit. Few seeds. Heavy bearer which forms a large bushy tree. Cold tolerant. (Evergreen 1.8m)

A bit like a lemon with pale yellow look alike fruit. Juicy fruit has a mild, fresh grapefruit like flavour. Very refreshing to eat off the tree. A heavy cropper over winter with fruit through the rest of the year. Excellent for containers. (Evergreen 2m)

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Citrus “Tahitian Lime” - (Lime)

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A heavier bearing selection of Tahitian lime which is very cold hardy. Upright bushy grower. Prolific crops of large sized fruit start green but are ready when the fruit changes to pale yellow. Crops through winter. Has a high juice content. Excellent for containers (Evergreen 2m)

The most cold hardy Lime for home gardens and quick to commence fruiting. Upright bushy grower. Prolific crops of large sized fruit start green but are ready when the fruit changes to pale yellow. Crops through winter. Has a high juice content. Excellent for containers. (Evergreen 2m) Citrus lime “Kusina Rangpur” - (Mandarin Lime) Lemon and mandarin orange hybrid. A Shrubby bushy grower. Very intense lime flavour. Fruit is orange coloured and round like an orange. They ripen through summer. Makes excellent Marmalade. Aromatic flowers. Frost tender. (Evergreen 1.2m)

Citrus lemon “Meyer Dwarf” Produces heavy crops from young trees. Thin skinned,bright golden yellow fruit for most of the season,especially winter and spring.Ideal tub and patio specimen Evergreen 1.2ms

Citrus lemon “Meyer” The most popular lemon for home gardens. The most cold hardy lemon and quick to commence fruiting, low spreading growth habit which will make a large bush. Large fruit has a high juice content with lower acid level than other varieties. Excellent for containers (Evergreen 2.5m) Citrus lemon “Yen Ben” - (Lemon) This is an improved version of Lisbon lemon with a compact growth habit. The large oval fruits are tangy and considered excellent for culinary use. Bears through winter with few seeds. One of the hardiest lemons. (Evergreen 2.5)

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CO PRO SMA Coprosma repens - (Taupata)

Thick dark green glossy leaves on a wide spreading small tree. Excellent for coastal planting, being extremely tolerant of salt laden harsh winds and drought. Use as a screening plant to shelter more tender plants and to filter out sand. (4m)

Coprosma virescens A divaricating large shrub with a tangle of golden coppery stems and tiny leaves. Very tough and tolerant of poor soil and dry conditions. Makes a superb no-trim fairly narrow growing hedge or screen. Untrimmed it undulates like a wave. Wonderful in the landscape in any situation. (2.5m)

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CO RDYLINE Cordyline “Red Fountain” - (Cabbage Tree) Dwarf Cabbage tree. A trunkless variety with long cascading leaves. These are glowing burgundy red. Superb for cascading from tall containers or over rocks and banks. Sun or semi shade. (Evergreen 1.2m)

Cordyline australis - (Cabbage Tree)

Excellent landscape plant, suitable for group and specimen planting as well as containers. Hardy enough to grow in all situations and climates. Green leaves form large tufts. The stunning creamy flowers are borne in large panicles in later spring and perfume the air with their sweet fragrance. (6m) Cordyline australis “Albertii” - (Striped Cordyline) A variegated form with green leaves broadly margined with buttery yellow. Just as tough as australis but slower growing and more slender. Particularly lovely as a container plant. (2m)

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Cordyline australis “Jive” - (PVR, Cabbage Tree)

35L

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Hardy enough to grow in all situations and climates. Green sword shaped leaves are broadly striped with yellow. Stunning creamy flowers are borne in large panicles in later spring and perfume the air with their sweet fragrance. (4m)

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Cordyline australis “Electric Flash”

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Compact clump forming Cabbage tree with stunning creamy yellow leaves with a chocolate stripe. Eventually forms several stems. Superb for the landscape and for containers. Evergreen 1.8ms

Cordyline “Kaspar” - (Three Kings Is. Cabbage Tree) A much smaller growing Cabbage tree which branches close to the ground to create a multi-trunked tree. The lime green leaves are thick and broad. Very fragrant panicles of white flowers in early summer. Protect from heavy frosts. (Evergreen 2.5m)

Cordyline “Renegade” - (Cabbage Tree) A cross between Cordyline australis and banksii resulting in broad leaves of glossy dark purple black. A sturdy grower which matures with multi trunks. Produces panicles of small white fragrant flowers in early spring. Excellent for large containers. (Evergreen 3m)

Cordyline “Broadsword”

35L

Superb new native with very wide, shorter sword-like green leaves and compact habit. This plant ads a great tropical addition to the landscape, a great accent plant. Ideal for containers & gardens of all sizes. Sun. 2.5 x 1.5m

Cordyline Information

It is a genus of about 15 species of woody monocotyledonous flowering plants in family Asparagaceae, subfamily Lomandroidea. Cordyline is native to the western Pacific Ocean region, from New Zealand, eastern Australia, southeastern Asia and Polynesia, with one species found in western South America. The name Cordyline comes from the Greek word kordyle, meaning "club," a reference to the enlarged underground stems or rhizomes

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Cornus alba “Sibirica” - (Siberian Dogwood)

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Cornus alte. “Argentea” - (Varigated Wedding Cake Tree)

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Cornus “Eddie’s White Wonder” - (nuttalii x florida) Small upright growing tree with tiered semi weeping branches giving the tree a graceful habit. Large flat lime green flowers age to white. Small red fruit in autumn until eaten by birds. Flowers well in warmer regions. Stunning autumn leaves of burnt orange and scarlet. Excellent street tree. Ideal smaller shade tree. Is the street tree in Rotorua’s CBD where it is a stunning feature through all seasons. (Deciduous 4m) Grades shown are 45L.

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Forms a thicket of erect red stems. Bare stems in winter are a glowing scarlet. Will tolerate very wet growing conditions. Green leaves and cream bunches of summer flowers, bluish fruits follow. Cut back old stems to the ground every few years to promote new growth. (Deciduous 1.6m)

Neat growing Wedding Cake tree. Small bluish green leaves edged with white to give a silver appearance. Forms a small tree with spaced branches in layers. Autumn leaves take on pink hues. Clusters of creamy white flowers top the branches in early summer. (Deciduous

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Small tree with glossy dark green leaves, Has dark pink star shaped flowers and is

Cornus controversa - (Giant Dogwood)

Picturesque, horizontal, sweeping branches in layered tiers. Glossy dark green leaves are glaucous beneath. They glow rich purple red in autumn and this persists well into winter. Creamy white flowers sit atop the branches in profusion in summer. Blue fruit follows which birds relish. (Deciduous 10m)

Cornus con. “Golden Wedding” - (Golden Wedding Tree)

Beautifully tiered branches in layers have green leaves broadly margined with gold. New spring growth is bronze tinted. White flowers top the branches in summer. Slow growing small tree which is spectacular as a specimen tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Cornus controversa “Variegata” - (Wedding Tree)

Beautifully tiered branches in layers have bluish green leaves broadly margined with cream. White flowers top the branches in summer. Slow growing small tree which is spectacular as a specimen tree. (Deciduous 5m)

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Cornus florida - (Flowering Dogwood)

Slender erect trunk with dainty tiered branches. Masses of four petalled white flowers face upwards in spring. Clusters of reddish fruit in autumn until eaten by birds. Vivid orange, red and purple autumn leaves. (Deciduous 4m)

Cornus florida “Andrea Hart” - (Flowering Dogwood)

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Cornus florida “Cherokee Chief” - (Flowering Dogwood)

P28

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35L

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A profusion of pretty pink flowers in early spring. Fresh green spring leaves turn purple and red in autumn. (Deciduous 4m)

Deepest red flowering Dogwood. Large flat four petalled flowers in spring on bare branches. New spring growth bronzy red. Deep green glossy leaves through summer. Yellow, scarlet and wine coloured leaves through autumn. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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Cornus flor. “Cherokee Daybreak” - (Flowering Dogwood)

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Large bluish green leaves have broad cream margins and wavy edges. Bears a few large white flat flowers. Exceptional foliage. Forms an erect large shrub or small tree. Leaves in autumn turn salmon pink to rosy purple. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3m)

35L

1.4

Cornus florida “Cherokee Sunset” - (Flowering Dogwood)

25L

1.4

25L

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45L

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25L

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Cornus florida “Pluribracteata” - (Syn. Alba Plena)

45L

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Cornus florida “Purple Glory” - (Flowering Dogwood)

P28

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New green leaves are variegated with creamy yellow and pink margins. Summer leaves are broadly margined with yellow. Large purplish red flat flowers appear with spring leaves. Autumn leaves of rose pink, red and purple. Forms an erect large shrub or small tree. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3m)

Cornus florida “Cloud Nine” - (Flowering Dogwood) Gives a massed display of large flat white flowers with overlapping bracts and prominent green eyes, from an early age. Flowers well in warmer climates. Strong grower with an erect form. Yellow, scarlet, orange and purple autumn leaves. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Cornus florida “Pendula” - (Flowering Dogwood) Slow growing form with stiffly weeping branches to the ground. Forms layers of these branches. In spring the creamy white flat flowers flow down these branches. Very beautiful and desirable. Autumn leaves of deep purple and scarlet. (Deciduous 2m)

This rare double flowering Dogwood bears exquisite double flowers of white with a hint of green. A slow grower forming tiered branches in a tiered form. Brilliant red autumn leaves. Requires moist, welldrained soil. Best is semi-shade. (Deciduous 3m)

A purple foliaged tree, the leaves becoming a black purple in autumn before falling. The red spring flowers are long lasting and showy. Forms an erect large shrub or small tree with spreading branches. (Deciduous 4m)

Cornus florida “Rainbow” - (Flowering Dogwood) Pyramidal small tree with horizontal branch structure. Large golden leaves are splashed with green and golden margins. Brilliant autumn leaves in all the hues of the rainbowpink to carmine red, lavender blue to purple red. White flowers appear with the new leaves. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3m)

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Small round headed tree with slender trunk and spreading branches. Large soft rosy pink four petalled flat flowers in spring. New shoots and leaves are green suffused red, green by summer. Vivid autumn leaves of orange, red and wine purple. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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35L

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Cornus florida “Stokes Pink” - (Flowering Dogwood)

P28

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25L

1.3

Cornus florida “Weavers White” - (Flowering Dogwood)

35L

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Cornus kousa “Bonfire” - (Bonfire Dogwood)

P28

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45L

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Cornus florida “Spring Song” - (Flowering Dogwood)

Strong grower forming an elegant small tree with ascending branch structure. Clear rich pink four petalled flowers smother the branches in spring. Flowers well in warmer regions. Autumn leaves are rich red and purple. These persist well into winter. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

The State tree of Virginia. A large multi stemmed tree with lower horizontal branching and an oval upper crown. Bears a profusion of creamy white flat flowers in spring small red fruit is relished by birds. Stunning autumn leaves of maroon and red. (Deciduous 6m)

Subtle blend of cream, soft gold and lime green variegated leaves. Produces a mass of flat four petalled white pointy star shaped flowers in early summer. Autumn leaves a blend of pink, red and burgundy. Bushy erect grower. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Cornus kousa “China Girl” - (Flowering Chinese Dogwood) P28

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35L

1.5

Vigorous grower flowering profusely at a very early age. Small flowers begin lime green and gradually mature and enlarge to four petalled snowy white in early summer. One of the largest kousa flowers. Erect upright grower. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Cornus kousa “Doubloon” - (Chinese Dogwood)

P28

1.2

Tall upright grower with young stems covered with tiny silvery hairs. The large white flowers have extra bracts to give the flowers a semi double effect. (Deciduous 4m)

25L

1.6

Cornus kousa “Milky Way” - (Chinese Dogwood)

25L

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35L

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Vigorous large growing shrub or small tree. Becomes smothered with large flat four petalled white starry shaped flowers in early summer. Red strawberry like fruit follows, which birds relish. Spectacular red and purple autumn leaves. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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Cornus kousa “Moonbeam” - (Chinese Dogwood)

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Bears huge flat flowers of creamy white with pink tips Red fruits follow which birds soon gobble up Forms small rounded tree well suited to the smaller garden. Stunning red and maroon autumn leaves. (Deciduous 4m)

Cornus kousa “National” - (Chinese Dogwood)

25L

1.4

Vigorous large growing shrub or small vase shaped tree. Becomes smothered with large flat four petalled ivory-white broad flowers in early summer. Red strawberry like fruit follows, which birds relish. Spectacular red and purple autumn leaves. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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45L

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Cornus kousa “Satomi” - (Pink Japanese Dogwood)

P28

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25L

1.2

35L

1.5

45L

2.1

200L

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Cornus kousa “Elizabeth Lustgarten”- (Chinese Dogwood)

P28

1.2

Cornus nuttallii - (Pacific Dogwood)

60L

Vigorous large growing shrub or small tree. Becomes smothered with large flat four petalled pinkish red starry shaped flowers in early summer. Red strawberry-like fruit follows, which birds relish. Spectacular red and purple autumn leaves. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3m)

Cornus kousa “Southern Cross” - (Japanese Dogwood)

Shrubby, bushy grower. Becomes smothered with large flat four-petalled creamy white star shaped flowers in early summer. The flowers age pink. Red strawberry-like fruit follows, which birds relish. Red leaves hold well into winter in cooler climates. Excellent for the smaller garden. (Deciduous 2.5m)

A distinctive variety with its rounded, weeping growth habit. The cascading branches become smothered in large white flat, four petalled flowers in early summer. Red strawberry-like fruit follow, which are relished by birds. (Deciduous 3m)

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Tall willowy grower with tiered semi weeping branches. Large, flat, six petalled green flowers age white before flushing soft pink. Late spring flowering. Large green leaves turn yellow and red in autumn. (Deciduous 10m)

Cornus stonoifera flavimira - (Golden Stemmed Dogwood) 25L

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Forms a thicket of erect golden stems which glow in winter when bare .Will tolerate very wet growing conditions. A magnificent sight when massed planted. Cut back to the ground every few years to promote fresh new stems. Deciduous 1.6ms

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CO RO K IA Corokia x virgata“Bronze King” - (Corokia) Forms a slender erect, multi-branched shrub with dense interlacing twiggy branches. Glossy slender dark green leaves, suffused bronze at the margins are silvery underneath. Is smothered in starry bright yellow spring flowers. Heavy crops of red berries in winter which birds adore. (2m)

Corokia x virgata “Emerald and Jade” - (Corokia) A very compact and tidy grower with green leaves on silvery stems. Starry yellow flowers in summer followed by yellow orange berries. Excellent as a smaller hedge or screen. Drought and coastal hardy. (Evergreen 1.2m)

Corokia x virgata “Frosted Chocolate” - (Corokia) Forms a dense erect growing, multibranched shrub. The large glossy pinkish chocolate coloured leaves are silvery underneath. Becomes smothered in starry bright yellow flowers during spring, red berries in winter which birds adore. Excellent for formal hedging in dry windy positions. (2m)

Corokia x virgata “Geentys Ghost” - (Corokia) A compact dwarf grower with slender, silvery leaves. Clips into any shape so ideal for containers and for edging gardens. Drought and coastal hardy. (Evergreen 1m)

Corokia x virgata “Geentys Green” - (Corokia) Forms a dense erect growing, multibranched shrub. The large glossy green leaves are silvery underneath. Becomes smothered in starry bright yellow flowers during spring, red berries in winter which birds adore. Excellent for formal hedging in dry windy positions. Can be shaped into any form. (2m) Corokia macrocarpa - (Corokia) From the Chatham Islands this bush tolerates dry sites beneath trees or out in the open. Long grey green leaves are silvery beneath. Starry yellow spring flowers, large orange berries in winter which birds adore. Hardy coastal hedge. (3m)

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Corokia x virgata “Mangatangi” - (Corokia) Forms a dense bushy mound of fine silvery leaves. Is smothered in starry bright yellow spring flowers, red berries in winter which birds adore. Excellent for a hedge for dry windy positions. Great for containers. Can be shaped in to balls, etc (1.5m)

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Corokia “Cheesmanii” - (Corokia)

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Corokia “Phantom” - (Corokia)

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Forms a slender erect multi branched shrub with dense interlacing branches.Excellent for screening and hedging. Becomes smothered in spring with bright canary yellow flowers. Very hardy for windy and dry positions.Evergreen 2ms

A dense bushy grower with dark brown leaves through spring and summer. During the colder month the leaves turn jet black. Tolerates dry and windy sites. Perfect for low hedging. Excellent for containers. Excellent for topiary. Evergreen 1.5ms

Corylus colurna - (Turkish Tree Hazel)

25L

1.8

Erect conical grower with a very symmetrical branching habit. Produces edible nuts. Tolerates hot dry climates. Excellent street tree (Deciduous 10m)

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45L

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Corynocarpus laevigatus - (Karaka)

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35L

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Handsome upright growing tree with large glossy and leathery deep green leaves. Grows naturally alongside waterways. Tolerates moderate coastal winds, frosts once established and dry conditions. Large orange fruit in late summer is relished by wood pigeons. (8m)

Cotinus coggygria - (European Smoke Bush) Bushy spreading, multi-branched shrub. A great filler to add interest with panicles of smoky coloured flowers in summer and stunning orange-red autumn leaves. Prune heavily in winter to maintain a tidy bushy shape. (Deciduous 3m)

Cotinus coggygria x obovatus “Grace” - (Smoke Tree) A spectacular hybrid with large leaves. Colour is green with a purple tinge and crimson purple tips. Large conical purplish pink flower clusters are borne in summer. Vivid scarlet red autumn leaves. A strong upright grower with a rounded head. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous

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A large bush or small tree with rounded glaucous blue leaves. Fluffy heads of purple red flowers cover the bush in early summer. Stunning autumn leaves of orange, red and purple. Can trim into any shape or form. (Deciduous 3m)

CR ATAEG US - THE HAWTHORN FAMILY Crataegus laevigata “Paul’s Scarlet” - (Hawthorn)

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1.5

Crataegus lae. “Rosea Flore Pleno” - (Midland Hawthorn)

35L

3

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45L

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Cryptomeria japonica - (Japanese Cedar)

P28

2.2

Quickly grows into a tall stately tree. Foliage grows from the ground to become an excellent shelter tree. Lovely enduring specimen tree with perfect pyramidal form. Tolerant of strong winds (Evergreen 12m)

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35L

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80L

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Cunonia capensis - (Butterknife Tree)

P28

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25L

2

35L

1.7

Small upright tree with a compact rounded head. Impressive heads double bright crimson red flowers smother the tree in late spring. Tolerant of strong winds. Does not set fruit. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Small upright tree with a compact rounded head. Impressive heads of double salmon pink flowers smother the tree in late spring. Tolerant of strong winds. Does not set fruit. Excellent street tree (Deciduous 5m)

A multi stemmed large shrub or small tree with beautiful lustrous deep green pinnate leaves and wine red branches. Large fragrant white panicles of flowers resembling candles are borne through summer. Ideal for the smaller garden. (Evergreen 4m)

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Cupressus “Leightons Green” Very fast growing tree with naturally wide spreading branches. Can be easily pruned into narrow dense screen. Always has fresh green leaves which are soft to touch. Tolerant of costal exposure. (evergreen 10m)

Cupressus “Ovensii” - (Cypress)

Grows well in warmer areas. Very fast growing tree with naturally wide spreading branches. Can be easily pruned into a narrow dense screen. Always has fresh green leaves which are soft to the touch. Tolerant of strong winds.. (Evergreen 10m)

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Cupressus glabra “Blue Ice” - (Cypress)

25L

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Cupressus sempervirens “Gracilis” - (Cypress)

25L

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Compact pyramidal growing conifer with frosted blue leaves. Very amenable to pruning into any shape or form. Quick growing and hardy to strong winds and drought. Makes an excellent dense shelter (Evergreen 5m)

Superior NZ-raised form of upright Cypress. The foliage is more refined and threadlike with a fresh green colour. Grows to a tapering point. Retains this good form without the bad habit of branches falling out. Grow in welldrained soil, sun or semi-shade. (Evergreen 3m)

Cupressus sempervirens “Stricta” - (Italian Cypress)

35L

1.3

Ancient classical upright trees from the Mediterranean forming a narrow column ofgreyish green. Occasional pruning will keep the trees in better shape. Coastal anddrought tolerant. (Evergreen 4m)

Cupressus semp. “Swane’s Gold” - (Golden Italian Cypress) P18 Slender erect conical grower with golden leaves. Always retains its perfect form without the need for pruning or tying in. (Evergreen 3m)

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Cupressus sempervirens “Totem” - (Italian Cypress)

P28

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25L

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Dacrycarpus dacrydioides - (Kahikatea, White Pine)

P18

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P28

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25L

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Slender erect form with deep green leaves. The smallest grower of the column conifers. (Evergreen 2m)

Handsome narrow growing tree for decades with soft green leaves on semi-weeping branches. Juvenile foliage is a dead brown colour for around 7 years before turning green. Prefers moist situations next to streams, lakes and ponds. Will grow with its feet in water in marsh ground. Lovely planted in groups. (8m) Dacrydium cupressinum - (Rimu)

A slow growing tree easily accommodated in the home garden for at least 50 years. From the central trunk slender branches droop in a weeping fashion and are covered with bronzy green tiny scale like leaves. Prefers cool moist conditions when young. Looks fabulous planted next to water. (6m)

Davidia involucrata - (Ghost Tree, Dove Tree)

Forms a stately specimen tree with robust branches and a rounded crown. Extraordinary flowers resemble white handkerchiefs which hang and flutter beneath the beautiful ribbed leaves in late spring. A flowering specimen is a wondrous sight to behold. Shelter from strong winds. (Deciduous 8m) Grade shown is 35L.

D ODONAEA

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3.2

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2.8

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3.2

80L

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- THE AKE AKE FAMILY

Dodonaea viscosa “Purpurea” - (Purple Ake Ake) Quick growing upright small tree, bushy to the ground form. Long narrow purple bronze leaves. Best colouring in poor soils, and pretty pink flowers in early summer. Very tough, tolerating sub-zero temperatures, salt laden winds, drought and polluted atmospheres. (3m)

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Dysoxylum spectabile - (Kohekohe)

A handsome upright grower found naturally in lowland coastal forests. Large glossy green leaflets. Waxy white flowers hang in panicles through winter. Fruit is devoured by birds. Tolerant of moderate coastal exposure if kept moist. (Evergreen 6m)

Elaegnus Ebbingei

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A tough fast growing bushy shrub. Ideal for screening and hedging. Tolerates drought and salt laden winds. Grow in sun or shade. Evergreen 2.5ms

Elaegnus Cinerea Attractive ornamental and shelter tree. Rounded silvery leaves on juvenile trees. Mature trees have long leaves.Tolerates dry soils and coastal exposure.Evergreen 8ms

EUCALY P T US

- THE GUM FAMILY

Eucalyptus ficifolia - (Red Flowering Gum)

Sturdy single trunked tree with a round headed compact crown. Large thick green leaves. Flowers in mid-summer, variations of glowing red, orange or pink, but occasionally white as trees are produced from seed. Flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Tolerant of high rainfall, droughts and coastal winds. (Evergreen 7m)

Eucalyptus leucoxylon “Rosea” - (Red Flowering Yellow One of the hardiest Gums tolerating extreme drought and cold conditions. Adult leaves are typical long and greyish. A profusion of deep pink flowers hang from the branches from autumn into winter and is a valuable nectar supply for Tuis, bellbirds, wax-eyes, etc. Tall erect grower. (Evergreen 10m)

Eucalyptus “Nicholai” - (Pepermint Gum)

Graceful weeping tree. Narrow light green leaves exude a Peppermint fragrance when crushed.Ideal for shade and screening.Tolerant of frosts and drought. Evergreen

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35L

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E U CRY P HIA - THE LEATHER WOOD FAMILY Eucryphia moorei -(Eastern Leatherwood)

Small to medium sized erect grower with beautiful pinnate leaves. Bears large fragrant, single white blossom with prominent black stamens in late summer. Excellent for the smaller garden or as a street tree. (Evergreen 3m)

Eucryphia nymansensis “Nymansay” Small to medium sized erect grower with larger leaves and very large pure white fragrant blossom. Flowers late summer to autumn. Prefers to grow in cooler areas. (Evergreen 3m)

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Some trees can grow to around 100 metres (328 feet) in height! The tallest species of trees in the world include the Coast Redwood, Giant Sequoia, Coast Douglas Fir, Sitka Spruce and Australian Mountain Ash. The Giant Sequoia is not only tall, it is also wide.

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FAGU S T HE BEECH FA MILY

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Fagus sylvatica - (English Green Beech)

Tall dense pyramidal tree with lower branches sweeping to ground. New green leaves have a silky sheen. Cinnamon brown autumn leaves which persist through winter and shed prior to the new leaves emerging. Popular tree for hedging and pleaching. Can be trimmed into any shape. Our trees can be purchased as clear trunked or as bushy specimens. (Deciduous 10m) Grade shown is 45L

Fagus sylvatica “Dawyck Gold” - (Gold Columnar Beech) Tall columnar tree which broadens with maturity. Bright golden green leaves with a shiny sheen in spring. Paler yellow leaves through summer. Cinnamon brown autumn leaves which drop cleanly. Ideal where space is limited. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 7m)

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2.8

80L

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100L

4

200L

4.5

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Fagus sylvatica “Dawyck Green” - (Upright Green Beech) 25L

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35L

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Tall columnar tree which broadens with maturity. Deep green leaves with a bronze tinge and shiny sheen in spring. Deep green through summer. Cinnamon brown autumn leaves which drop cleanly. Ideal where space is limited. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 8m)

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Fagus sylvatica “Dawyck Purple” - (Upright Purple Beech)

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Fagus sylvatica “Pendula” - (Green Weeping Beech)

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Fagus sylv. “Purple Fountain” - (Weeping Copper Beech)

35L

1.8

Fagus sylvatica “Purpurea” - (Purple Beech, Copper Beech)

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25L

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35L

2.6

45L

2.2

60L

2.5

80L

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Tall columnar tree which retains its narrow form. Deep purple red spring leaves have a shiny sheen. Almost black leaves through summer. Cinnamon brown autumn leaves which drop cleanly. Ideal where space is limited. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 12m)

Forms a tall narrow magnificent tree with arching side branches that weep to the ground. Glossy light green leaves. They turn yellow and orange through autumn before cleanly dropping. Stake central leader well initially to form the height desired for weeping. (Deciduous 5m)

Grows into a columnar form with cascading side branches. The leaves are purple black becoming greener by summer. The autumn leaves are yellow then orange brown. A gorgeous specimen tree whose branches can be trained along wires to form a peached effect. (Deciduous 5m)

Forms a tall dense pyramidal tree with lower branches sweeping to the ground. New spring coppery red leaves have a silky sheen. Summer leaves are deep purple, almost black. Cinnamon brown autumn leaves which persist through winter and are shed prior to the new leaves emerging. (Deciduous 10m) Grade shown is 45L.

Fagus sylvatica “Riversii” - (River Purple Beech) Large dome shaped tree with an open branch structure and smooth grey bark. Larger leaves than the usual Copper Beech. Rich deep purple black shiny leaves in spring. This colouring is held throughout the summer. Leaves drop cleanly is autumn. A magnificent specimen tree. (Deciduous 10m)

Fagus sylvatica “Rohanii” - (Fern Leaved Copper Beech) Tall dense pyramidal tree with lower branches sweeping to the ground. Smooth grey bark. Spring leaves are deep reddish purple with a silky sheen. Leaves become darker by summer .The glorious feature of this variety are the deeply lobed decorative leaves. Autumn leaves drop cleanly. (Deciduous 7m)

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Fagus sylv. “Purpurea Pendula” - (Weeping Copper Beech) 45L

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Grafted trees forming a wide spreading canopy of branches that will weep to the ground. Graft height determines the height. Soft coppery spring leaves with a silky shiny sheen turn rich purple black through summer. Cinnamon brown leaves drop cleanly in autumn. (Deciduous)

FEIJOA Feijoa “Apollo” - (Feijoa, Pineapple guava) Coastal and drought hardy bushes which make excellent hedges and screens while producing a copious amount of fruit in autumn. Partially self-fertile. Best planted with another variety. Large smooth skinned fruit, mid-season (Evergreen 3m)

Feijoa “Unique” - (Feijoa, Pineapple guava)

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45L

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25L

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Coastal and drought hardy bushes which make excellent hedges and screen. Self-fertile. Best planted with another variety. Medium sized smooth skinned fruit with a very sweet pineapple flavour. The first feijoa to ripen in the season. Small compact grower. (Evergreen 1.8m) Grade shown is 25L.

Feijoa “Golden Goose”

25L

1.2

25L

1.2

45L

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Large smooth King sized fruit. Sweet golden yellow flesh. Fruits May/June. Has an extra long shelf life for the fruit. Rounded bushy grower. Evergreen 2.5ms

Feijoa “Mammoth” - (Feijoa, Pineapple guava) Mid to late season fruiting. Large fruit are soft, juicy and grainy. Strong growing. Forms a large bush. (Evergreen 2m)

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Feijoa “Takaka"

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Large fruit have a rich delicious tropical flavour. Fruits very early in the season. Best variety to grow in marginal colder regions. Hardy vigorous grower. Evergreen 3ms.

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Feijoa “Triumph” - (Feijoa, Pineapple guava)

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Coastal and drought hardy bushes which make excellent hedges and screens while producing a copious amount of fruit in autumn. Partially self-fertile. Best planted with another variety. Medium sized smooth-skinned rounded fruit, late season. (Evergreen 3m)

FEIJOA FACTS CHART FEIJOA

HEDGE

SMALL GARDEN OR CONTAINER

COOL CLIMATE

BIG FRUIT

WARM CLIMATE

early early early early early early mid mid-late late late

ANATOKI APOLLO KAITERI KAKARIKI POUNAMU UNIQUE KAKAPO WIKI TU OPAL STAR TRIUMPH

F IC US - THE FIG FAMILY Ficus carica “Brunswick” - (Fig)

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Ficus carica “Brown Turkey” - (Brown Turkey Fig)

25L

1.5

Long brown Fig with sweet amber flesh. Excellent flavour. Light first crop in summer with second main crop in autumn. Cold hardy. (Deciduous 2m)

Coastal and drought hardy small tree which can be trained into any shape, including espaliering. Large crops of pear shaped green figs with a brown tinge. Flesh is white to amber tinged red. Great all-purpose fruit. Reliable cropper. (Deciduous 2m)

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FRA X IN U S T HE A SH FA MILY

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Fraxinus “Purple Spire” - (Purple Spire Ash, PVR)

Narrow pyramidal with a very even branching structure. Bears glossy fresh pinnate leaves through spring and summer. In late summer the leaves turn purple then glowing orange. Perfect for lining avenues and driveways. Excellent street tree. Tolerates strong winds. (Deciduous 8m) Fraxinus excelsior - (Common European Ash)

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Fraxinus excel. “Aurea Pendula” - (Weeping Golden Ash) 45L

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Forms a large tree with a wide rounded head. Ideal shade tree for large areas such as parks and paddocks. Ideal stock shelter. Smooth bark and black buds. Tolerates heavy soils and moist conditions. (Deciduous 15m)

One of the most desirable weeping trees for year round beauty. Large yellow pinnate leaves through summer. These deepen bright gold through autumn before dropping to reveal smooth golden bark and fat black buds. Side branches weep gracefully to the ground. (Deciduous 3m) Fraxinus excelsior “Aurea” - (Golden Ash) Most desirable trees for year round beauty. Large yellow pinnate leaves through summer. These deepen bright gold through autumn before dropping to reveal smooth golden bark and fat black buds. One of the last trees to drop its leaves. Excellent medium sized shade tree. (Deciduous 6m)

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Fraxinus excelsior “Green Glow” - (Ash) Young leaves are bronze, becoming lush green for the rest of the growing season. Becomes a network of small branches which forms a tight beehive shape. Ideal small specimen tree or for lining avenues. (Deciduous 10m)

Fraxinus griffithii - (Evergreen Ash)

Fast growing small evergreen tree with shiny pinnate leaves. Rounded head but can be shaped into any size and form. Large panicles of white flowers smother the tree in summer. Prefers hot and well drained conditions. Will defoliate through winter in cold climates. Excellent street tree. (Evergreen 3m) Fraxinus ornus - (Manna Ash)

A lovely small compact growing tree with a profusion of fluffy scented white flowers in October. Handsome deep green pinnate leaves which turn lavender bronze and yellow in autumn. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 8m) Grade shown is 25L.

Fraxinus oxycarpa “Raywoodii” - (Syn. angustifolia, Claret Ash) Elegant neat pyramidal growth habit, popular to use where space is limited but height is required. Bright green handsome pinnate leaves turn claret plum over an extended period from late summer until well into winter. An Australian selection which tolerates both dry conditions, heat and high winds. Excellent as an avenue, driveway or street tree. (Deciduous 10m) Grade shown is 45L & 60L

Fraxinus pennsylvanica “Cimmzam” - (Cimmaron Ash) A uniformly erect growing tree. Glossy green pinnate leaves. Fiery orange, yellow, burgundy and red autumn leaves which persist well into winter. Tolerant of drought and high winds. Perfect for lining avenues and driveways. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 8m)

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25L

2.4

35L

2.4

45L

3

60L

2.4

80L

3.7

160L

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25L

2

35L

3.2

45L

3.5

60L

3.6

80L

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160L

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45L

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80L

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Fraxinus pennsylvanica “Annesbrook” - (PVR)

New release 2016. Hardy, fast growing, upright tree which forms a neat oval head with a straight trunk. Excellent lawn, avenue, street or park tree. A seedless variety. Deep green lobed leaves turn clear yellow in Autumn. (Deciduous 10m)

Fraxinus “Velutina”

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Fraxinus velutina is a small deciduous tree growing to 10 m tall, with a trunk up to 30 cm diameter. The bark is rough gray-brown and fissured, and the shoots are velvetydowny. The flowers are produced in small clusters in early spring (Deciduous 10m)

G IN KGO T HE MAI DENHA IR FA MILY

Ginkgo biloba - (Maidenhair Tree)

Hardy tree of great beauty with a symmetrical picturesque branching structure. Distinctive leaves are shaped like sections of Maidenhair fern.In autumn the leaves turn bright gold over many weeks before falling to create a carpet of gold. Allow space for this tree to develop. (Deciduous 7m)

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Compact and neat, narrow erect grower, perfect for confined spaces where height and not width is required. A spectacular sight in autumn when the leaves turn bright gold over many weeks before falling to create a carpet of gold. Non fruiting .Tolerant of pollution. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 7m) Ginkgo biloba “Little Weeper” - (Maidenhair Tree)

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Ginkgo biloba “Saratoga” - (Maidenhair Tree)

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Ginkgo biloba “Autumn Gold” - (Maidenhair Tree)

Selected male clone with a classically neat broadly conical form. Distinctive leaves are shaped like sections of Maidenhair fern. A spectacular sight in autumn when the leaves turn bright gold over many weeks before falling to create a carpet of gold. This male clone is non fruiting. Tolerant of pollution. (Deciduous 7m) Grade shown is 35L

Ginkgo biloba “Fastigiata” - (Maidenhair Tree)

A rare weeping tree. Grows into a medium sized shrub or small weeping tree. The branches grow upwards before arching and allowing the outer branches to cascade on the ground. Soft green leaves in spring turn golden yellow in autumn. (Deciduous 3m)

Selected male clone with an upright growth habit. Distinctive long leaves hang from the branches to give a weeping effect. A spectacular sight in autumn when the leaves turn bright gold over many weeks before falling to create a carpet of gold. Non fruiting. Tolerant of pollution. (Deciduous 7m)

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Ginkgo biloba is the oldest living tree species – the tree could live up to 1,000 years. Ginkgo biloba’s natural health benefits have been recognized by practitioners of traditional medicine. They use the health benefits to treat circulatory disorders and enhance memory. Ginkgo biloba can help with: -Dementia and Alzheimer's disease - Intermittent Claudication -Glaucoma - Memory Enhancement - Macular Degeneration

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G LE D ITS IA T HE LOCUST FA MILY

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Gleditsia tri. ine. “Emerald Cascade” (Weeping Gleditsia)

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1.8

1.5

45L

1.6

1.2-1.5

Gleditsia tricanthos inermis “Ruby Lace” - (Honeylocust)

25L

3

35L

2.4

45L

2.5

Deep green pinnate leaves clothe the strong weeping branches which cascade to the ground. Golden yellow autumn leaves. A small weeping tree. Excellent for filling in awkward corners, cascading next to water or as a container plant. Grafted height will determine height. (Deciduous)

Forms a graceful round headed shade tree. Ideal for the smaller garden. Purplish red ferny pinnate leaves turn bronzy red through summer. The leaves turn intense claret red before falling. Excellent in hot dry climates. (Deciduous 5m)

Gleditsia tricanthos ine. “Shademaster” - (Honeylocust) Tall tree with erect branches and a broad canopy to make an impressive shade tree. Deep green pinnate leaves create a light ferny effect. Golden autumn leaves persist over a long period in autumn. (Deciduous 10m)

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Forms a neatly rounded tree with a picturesque branching structure. Superb shade tree, giving dappled light and allowing lawn to grow beneath. Bright yellow new leaves contrast with the fresh lime green older leaves. Vibrant golden autumn leaves. (Deciduous 6m)

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2.6

60L

2.9

80L

2.7

Gordonia axillaris - (Fried Egg Tree)

25L

1.5

35L

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Grevillea robusta - (Silky Oak)

45L

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Gleditsia tricanthos inermis “Skyline” - (Honeylocust) Upright in form with a straight trunk and a compact branching structure. This tree becomes a small pyramid making it an excellent shade or specimen tree where space is limited. The dense and deep green finely divided pinnate leaves create a light ferny effect. Golden autumn leaves in autumn over a long period. When the leaves fall they shrivel and disappear. Withstands heat, cold and drought. (Deciduous 6m) Grade shown is 45L

Gleditsia tricanthos inermis “Sunburst” - (Honeylocust)

Hardy and versatile large multi-stemmed large or small tree. Thick glossy dark green leaves. Bears a profusion of single crepey white flowers with a prominent boss of stamens from autumn to spring. Hardy to cold and wind. (Evergreen 3m)

Grows quickly into an upright pyramidal tree with large ferny paler green leaves. Mature trees bear amazing large golden spidery flowers in clusters in spring. Nectar seeking birds are drawn to the flowers. Tolerates coastal winds and dry conditions (Evergreen 8m)

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G R IS ELINIA - THE BROADLEAF FAM ILY Griselinia littoralis - (Kapuka, Broadleaf)

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45L

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Griselinia lit. “Ardmore Emerald” - (Kapuka Hybrid)

P28

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45L

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Griselinia lit. “Broadway Mint” - (Kapuka Hybrid)

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25L

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35L

1.2

45L

1.5

25L

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35L

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Rich green, oval leathery, glossy highly polished leaves on golden stems .Forms a very dense shrub which can be clipped into many forms. Ideal for hedging, screening and shrubberies. Tough and able to cope with all extremes except wet feet. (3m)

Darker green glossy highly polished leaves. Forms a very dense shrub which can be clipped into many forms. Ideal for hedging, screening and shrubberies. Tough and able to cope with all extremes except wet feet. (2.5m)

Rich green, oval leathery, glossy highly polished leaves are larger than the type with wavy edges. Golden stems. Forms a very dense shrub which can be clipped into many forms. Tough and able to cope with all extremes except wet feet. Tolerates heavy frosts. (3m)

Griselinia littoralis “Canterbury”- (Kapuka Hybrid) Smaller dark green glossy highly polished leaves. Distinctive red stems. Forms a very dense shrub which can be clipped into many forms. Ideal for hedging, screening and shrubberies. Tough and able to cope with all extremes except wet feet. Tolerates heavy frosts. (3m)

Griselinia lucida - Puka - (Akapuka, Shining Broadleaf)

A bushy large shrub or small tree with stout erect stems clothed in large fresh green, highly polished leaves. Grows in sun or shade, imparting a luxuriant tropical feel to the garden. Excellent for containers. Coastal hardy. Tolerates light frosts. (3m) Griselinia littoralis variegata- (Kapuka)

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Rich green wavy leaves are blotched and irregulary margined pale gold.Forms a dense shrub which can be clipped into many forms.Ideal for hedging,screening and shrubberies.Will tolerate all but poorly drained soils. Evergreen 2ms

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Griselinia littoralis "Whenuapai"

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Griselinia littoralis is one of the most popular native shrubs growing happily from coastal lowlands to alpine regions in both Islands. Whenuapai is a selection with a more upright habit and darker glossy green foliage than the species. (Evergreen 3m)

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Hebe diosmifolia

35L

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Hebe diosmifolia is one of the earliest Hebes to flower in late Winter to early Spring. It has lilac flowers fading to white and is a compact grower. Fast-growing upright plant with tidy habit. Plant on exposed sites in full sun. (Evergreen 1.5m)

Hedycarya arborea - (Pigeonwood)

Attractive erect growing specimen tree with dark green leaves. Small insignifigant fragrant flowers are followed by large orange fruit, adored by Pigeons. Need to plant more than one tree for fruit. Needs good soil with adequate moisture and shelter from frosts. (5m)

Hibiscus syriacus “Snowdrift� - (Syrian Hibiscus)

100L

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Forms a large multi-stemmed shrub. Large single white flowers smother this bush through summer. Grows equally well in cold and hot climates. Prune by half after flowering to promote new stems to flower the following season (Deciduous 2m)

HOHER IA - THE LACEBARK FAMILY Hoheria angustifolia - (Narrow-leaved Lacebark) Grows into a slender tree with graceful semi-weeping branches. Has a long juvenile period of tangled stems and tiny leaves eventually forming a columnar tree with narrow elongated leaves and heavily serrated edges. A mass of starry white flowers in mid-summer. Tolerates poor dry soils. (5m) Hoheria populnea - (Houhere, Lacebark) Very graceful tree with slender branches. Pretty fresh green leaves are heavily serrated. Great masses of starry white flowers almost obscure the branches in late summer to autumn. Excellent for rapid screening. Tolerates poor dry soils. (5m)

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Hoheria populnea “Alba Variegata”

P18

1.3

Very graceful tree with slender branches. Dark green leaves are heavily and irregularly margined creamy white. A magnificent small shade tree which will lighten up dark areas. Tolerates poor dry soils. (3m)

P28

1.5

25L

2.3

Hoheria populnea “Purple Wave” A small erect growing native. Dark green leaves are purple underneath. These shimmer in the wind. Bears a profusion of white blossom like flowers through summer. A quick hardy grower, excellent as a screen or small specimen tree. (Evergreen 4m)

Hoheria populnea “Aurea” Very graceful tree with slender branches. Larger leaves are dark green with irregular yellow blotches and margins. A magnificent small shade tree which will lighten up dark areas. Tolerates poor dry soils. (3m)

Hoheria sexstylosa - (Long-leaved Lacebark) Graceful tree with slender branches forming an erect columnar shape with weeping branches. Dainty pointy green leaves are heavily serrated. Large clusters of starry fragrant white flowers almost obscure the branches in late summer to autumn. Tolerates poor dry soils. (5m)

35L

2.3

45L

2.6

P18

2

25L

2.2

45L

2.5

P18

1.8

25L

2

35L

2.4

Hoheria sexstylosa “Purple Lace” - (Lacebark)

25L

2.6

35L

2.5

Hymenosporum flavum - (Australian Frangipani)

P28

1.7

25L

2.5

35L

2.5

45L

2.7

60L

4

Very graceful tree with slender branches forming an erect columnar shape with weeping branches. Dainty pointy green leaves are purple underneath. Large clusters of starry fragrant white flowers almost obscure the branches in late summer to autumn. Excellent for rapid screening. (4m)

Small tree with an erect and graceful open form. Very fast grower. Glossy dark green leaves. Clusters of honey scented yellow tubular flowers are borne from late spring through summer. Tolerant of dry and windy conditions. Ideal for the smaller garden. (Evergreen 6m)

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IDESIA - THE WONDER TREE FAMILY Idesia polycarpa - female - (Female Igiri Tree) Large growing tree with a tiered horizontal branch structure and a broad crown. Grafted female form to give berries but you still require a male for pollination. (Deciduous 7m)

Idesia polycarpa - male - (Male Igiri Tree)

35L

4

45L

3

60L

3.5

80L

4.5

100L

4.5

80L

4.2

Large growing tree with a tiered horizontal branch structure and a broad crown. Handsome heart shaped leaves. Untouched by birds and remain on the tree until spring. Clear yellow autumn leaves. (Deciduous 7m)

ILEX - THE HOLLY FAMILY Ilex meserveae “Blue Angel” - (Female Blue Angel Holly)

P18

1.3

Dark blue green soft spiny leaves with purple black stems. A slow growing dense upright shrub. Profusion of small white spring blossom. Plant in combination with Ilex Blue Prince to attain scarlet red berries. Tolerates semi-shade and cold conditions. (Evergreen 2.5m)

25L

1

Ilex crenata “Sky Pencil” - (Japanese Holly)

P28

0.9

Narrow columnar grower with small dark blue- green spineless leaves. Perfect as a small screen which doesn’t need side pruning. Excellent for containers and to use as focal points in the contemporary garden. (Evergreen 2.5m)

25L

1.2

Ilex Hendersonii - (Smooth Leaved Holly)

P18

1

25L

1.2

Upright pyramidal form with spineless leaves.Clusters of red berries through winter.Excellent for screening and hedges.Trims into any shape Evergreen 3.5ms

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Ilex largo - (Holly)

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25L

1

Dark green foliage on an upright bushy shrub. Great for topiary and headging. Easy to trim into shapes. Best in full sun. (Evergreen 3m)

35L

1.1

Ilex meserveae “Blue Prince” - (Male Blue Prince Holly)

35L

1

Dark blue-green spiny leaves and purple black stems are a feature of this slow growing dense bushy shrub. A profusion of small white spring flowers. Grow as a companion pollinator to Ilex Blue Angel. Excellent hedging plant. Tolerates semi- shade and cold conditions. (Evergreen 2.5m)

60L

1.1

Jacaranda mimosifolia - (The Blue Jacaranda)

25L

2

35L

2.5

45L

2.4

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This is a tree for warm sunny climates where temperatures don’t fall below -4 degrees. Soft ferny leaves cover the spreading branches which radiate from the single trunk. Large mauve blue trumpet like flowers are borne in racemes from early summer. Excellent shade tree. (Semi-evergreen 7m)

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JUG LANS - T HE WALNUT FAMILY Juglans cinerea - (Butternut, White Walnut)

35L

1.2

Juglans regia - (Common English Walnut)

25L

1

Juglans regia “Meryic” - (Grafted Walnut)

35L

2

45L

2.2

60L

2.7

Large spreading broad headed tree. Very long pinnate leaves are a feature of this tree. Oval shaped edible nuts. Yellow autumn leaves. Ideal tree for paddocks and parks. (Deciduous 20m)

A slow growing tree of medium size with a wide spreading rounded head. Perfect tree for paddock planting. Easy to crack Walnuts are produced around 15 years from planting. (Deciduous 12m)

NZ Tree Crops Association selection. Large walnuts on a large growing tree. Prefers free draining soil. (Deciduous 15m)

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Juglans regia “Shannon” - (Walnut)

35L

2

45L

2.2

Juglans regia “Wilsons Wonder” - (Grafted Walnut)

45L

1.8

Juniperus virginiana “Skyrocket” - (Skyrocket Juniper)

P18

1

Juniperus chinensis “Kaizuka” - (Hollywood Juniper)

P18

0.9

35L

1.5

Knightia excelsa - (Rewarewa, Honeysuckle)

P18

1.2

P28

1.3

25L

1.5

35L

2

45L

1.9

60L

2.3

P28

2

25L

2.2

35L

2.8

45L

2.8

60L

4

P18

1.2

25L

1.8

35L

2.2

45L

2.4

80L

3.2

A top quality Walnut bearing large crops of well flavoured nuts. Easy to crack. Prefers free draining soils. (Deciduous 15m)

An old English variety that is vigorous and bears from a young age. Large thin shelled nuts are sweetly flavoured. Prefers free draining soil. (Deciduous 15m)

Considered the slenderest of all columnar conifers. Steely blue grey foliage. Rapid grower with very erect branches. Excellent accent small tree where a vertical line is called for. (Evergreen 2.5m)

Bright green leaves in dense clusters cover the long, gracefully curving branches. They are held at all angles giving an oriental appearance. An architectural focal point. Tolerates strong winds. (Evergreen 4m)

Poplar-like tree with its narrow column form. Ideal for areas where height is required in a restricted area. Large long leathery leaves are heavily serrated. Spidery red flowers in early summer attract nectar seeking birds. Tolerates poor soils, frosts and strong winds. Excellent street tree. (7m) Koelreuteria paniculata - (Golden Rain Tree)

Small tree with open spreading form clothed in pinnate leaves. Soft pink spring leaves mature green and then yellow in autumn. Panicles of golden yellow flowers are followed by dangling rosy red papery capsules. Grows best in hot summers/cold winters. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m) Kunzea ericoides - (Kanuka, White Tea-tree) Forms a large bush of weeping stems. Small narrow dark green aromatic soft leaves and sprays of white flowers glisten on the bushes in early summer. Very tough tolerating frosts, drought and poor soils. Excellent for screening or sheltering more tender plants. Attracts bees. (4m)

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Lagerstroemia indica “Bergerac” - (Crepe Myrtle)

25L

2

35L

1.9

45L

2.5

Lagerstroemia indica “De’Puard” - (Crepe Myrtle)

25L

2.2

35L

2.2

Lagerstroemia indica “Saint Emilion” - (Crepe Myrtle)

P28

1.8

25L

1.8

35L

2

45L

2.6

Lagerstroemia indica “Townhouse” - (Crepe Myrtle)

25L

1.6

35L

1.9

Lagerstroemia indica “Yangtse” - (Crepe Myrtle)

P28

1.8

Lagerstroemia indica “Soir D’ete” - (Crepe Myrtle)

25L

1.8

45L

2.5

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Laburnum x watereri “Vossii” - (Golden Rain Tree) Forms a small tree with a compact rounded head. Fragrant 60cm long racemes of clear yellow flowers hang from the branches in November. Branches are pliable enough to train over high arches. Sets no seeds. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3m)

Small tree with a compact rounded head and smooth mottled bark. Lime green spring leaves age green through summer and brilliant red, orange and yellow colours through autumn. Large cone shaped panicles of crimped magenta flowers in autumn (Deciduous 3.5m)

Small tree with a compact rounded head and smooth mottled bark. Lime green leaves in spring turn green through summer and brilliant red, orange and yellow colours during autumn. Large cone shaped panicles of crepey lilac mauve flowers. (Deciduous 3m) Small tree with a compact rounded head and smooth mottled bark. Lime green spring leaves age green through summer and brilliant red, orange and yellow colours through autumn. Large cone shaped panicles of reddish crimson flowers in autumn. (Deciduous 3.5m)

Small tree with a compact rounded head and smooth mottled bark. Lime green leaves in spring turn green through summer and brilliant red, orange and yellow colours during autumn. Large cone-shaped panicles of pure white flowers in summer. (Deciduous 3.5m)

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Small tree with a compact rounded head and smooth mottled bark. Lime green leaves in spring turn green through summer and brilliant red, orange and yellow colours during autumn. Large cone-shaped panicles of bright pink/red flowers. (Deciduous 3.5m)

Small tree with a compact rounded head and smooth mottled bark. Lime green leaves in spring turn green through summer and brilliant red, orange and yellow colours during autumn. Large cone-shaped panicles of crepey pale pink summer flowers. (Deciduous 3m)

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Larix kaempferi - (Japanese Larch)

P28

1.3

Soft bluish green leaves turn whitish in autumn before dropping. The bare reddish branches are a winter feature. Very amenable to pruning and shaping to keep this a small sized tree. Makes an excellent container plant. Is the perfect shape as a living Christmas tree. (Deciduous 6m)

45L

2

Laurelia novae-zealandiae - (Pukatea)

35L

1.8

80L

3

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LAGUNA RIA Lagunaria patersonii - (Primrose Tree, Norfolk Island Hbiscus) Handsome erect and stately pyramidal growing tree. Clothed with thick olive green leaves. A profusion of miniature Hibiscus shaped pink flowers through summer and autumn. Excellent as a dense screen or hedge, clips well. Very tough, enduring coastal winds and drought. (Evergreen 8m)

A slow growing handsome tree with a dense bushy habit and columnar form for many decades. Glossy deep green leaves have serrated edges and complement the red new stems. Will fit into the home garden easily. Site on the edge of ponds and streams as loves a moist position. (6m)

Laurus nobilis - (Sweet Bay, Bay Laurel) A famous tree from the Mediterranean. It forms a compact pyramidal shape with leathery dark green leaves, used for flavouring food. Very amenable to pruning and shaping into any form, and widely used this way in formal gardens. Can make a dense aromatic hedge. Excellent for coastal gardens. (Evergreen 4m) Variety of grades and standard heights available

BUSHY 25L

1.3

35L

1.2

45L

1.6

60L

2

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LEPTO SPERMUM Leptospermum “Electric Red” - (Red Manuka) A hybrid Manuka which has been bred for superior flowering. The vibrant red flowers smother the bush from late winter and is a nice contrast with the wine coloured leaves. A hardy quick growing dense shrub or screen. For full sun and well drained soils (Evergreen 2.5m)

Leptospermum niti. “Copper Sheen” - (Shiny Tea Tree) Very quick growing large shrub with reddish young stems. Small bronzy purple leaves smother the arching branches. Can be pruned to form a dense colourful shelter or screen, A profusion of single greenish white flowers in summer. Very hardy, tolerant of moist conditions. (Evergreen 4m)

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25L

2.4

35L

2.2-2.6

45L

2-2.4

Leptospermum scop. “Wiri Joan” - (Hybrid Manuka) Small bright green leaves cover this dense bushy shrub. The flower buds are a feature over winter before bursting into bright red double blossom which smothers the bush over an extended period in spring. Hardly any seeds form. Hardy for well drained sunny position. Cut hard back after flowering. (2m)

Leptosepermum Sccoparium. "Manuka" Makes an excellent screen,shelter or filler shrub.Fast growing and very hardy,tolerating hot dry soils and cold temperatures.The bushes are smothered by profusion of single white flowers from spring .These are much loved by bees.Aromatic foliage. Evergreen 3ms Libocedrus plumosa - (Kawaka, New Zealand Cedar) Handsome symmetrical pyramidal tree with bright green scale like leaves. Always looks fresh with feathery new growths. Superb as a neat growing screen, for breaking up dark greenery, or for lining drive ways. (3m)

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1

P18

1.2

25L

1.2

45L

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Liquidambar acalycina - (Chinese Sweetgum Tree)

25L

1.2

35L

1.2-1.5

60L

1-1.9

80L

0.8-2.2

P18

2.2

Forms a stately pyramidal tree with well-spaced branches and rugged corky bark. Handsome shining 5-7 lobed Maple shaped leaves. A riot of red, orange, yellow and purple autumn leaves over a long period. Colours well in all climates. (Deciduous 8m)

P28

1.8

25L

2.4

35L

2.6

45L

2.5

Grade shown is 45L.

60L

2.7

80L

5

100L

4

160L

4.5

200L

4.5

400L

6

1000L

4.8

25L

2.8

35L

3.2

45L

3.3

A Chinese species with large three lobed leaves. Rich purplish bronze new spring leaves. Autumn leaves are gorgeous apricot, soft orange and yellow. They persist on the trees until well into winter. Smooth bark. Dense conical growth habit. (Deciduous 10m)

Liquidambar styraciflua - (American Sweetgum)

Liquidambar styraciflua “Aurora� - (American Sweetgum)

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Selected for its compact pyramidal growth habit. Slow growing form, ideal for the smaller garden. Large Maple leaves. Brilliant autumn display of red, yellow, orange and purple leaves. Colours well in all climates. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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2.5

80L

5

200L

5

25L

2.5

35L

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60L

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Liquidambar styrac. “Burgundy” - (American Sweetgum) Selected clone with a very narrow pyramidal form. Larger Maple shaped leaves which emerge earlier than varieties. Rich red burgundy autumn leaves which persist well into winter. Colours well in all climates. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Liquidambar styrac. “Golden Treasure” - (Sweetgum) One of the nicest variegated trees with its large green leaves broadly margined with gold. During autumn the leaves take on glowing pink and burgundy hues. Small round headed tree, ideal for the smaller garden. Colours well in all climates. (Deciduous 5m)

Liquidambar styrac. “Gumball” - (American Sweetgum) Dwarf Mophead forms a dense rounded ball of Maple leaves. Grown on its own roots it will grow less than 1.5m tall. We have them on various standard heights, and grafted onto Styraciflua to give the added bonus of corky bark. Autumn leaves in all the colours persist into winter. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous) Grade shown is 35L on 1m std.

Liquidambar sty. “Lane Roberts” - (American Sweetgum) A neat pyramidal growth habit with smooth bark. Distinctive rich blackish crimson red autumn leaves. Reliably colours every year regardless of the climatic conditions. Excellent street tree (Deciduous 5m)

Liquidambar sty. “Little Richard” - (PVR) A dwarf selection of Liquidambar which slowly grows to only 3m in 10 years. Narrow upright growth habit with smaller finer leaves. They turn a brilliant crimson in autumn and these hold well on the trees through winter. Tolerates moist soils and clay soil conditions. (Deciduous 3m)

Liquidambar sty. “Richard ”

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1

0.5

35L

1.4

1

35L

1.7

1.3

35L

2.1

1.5

35L

2.4

1.8

45L

2

1.3

45L

2

1.5

45L

2.2

1.8

60L

2.4

1.5

60L

2.4

1.7

60L 25L 35L 45L 50L 60L 80L 100L

2.4 1.6 2.5 2.7 3.5 3.2 4 5

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2.2

Has a neat pyramidal form, this liquidambar has outer branches that droop gracefully. Finely cut and lobed leaves produce vivid Autumn shades of orange and apricot before turning purple. (Deciduous 5m)

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2.6

35L

2.8

45L

4

60L

3.5

80L

4.5

P28

1.5

Upright pyramidal form with outer branches that gracefully droop. The Maple leaves are finely cut and deeply lobed. Striking autumn leaves are pale orange and apricot before turning scarlet and purple. Colours well in all climates. (Deciduous 6m)

25L

1.8

35L

2.5

45L

3.5

Grade shown P60

80L

4.5

100L

5

160L

6

200L

4.8

35L

2.8

Liquidambar sty. “Rotundiloba” - (American Sweetgum) Round leaf lobes instead of the pointed lobes of all other varieties. Smooth bark is another feature. Narrow pyramidal grower with shining green leaves through summer. Autumn colour is glowing burgundy red. Does not set seed. Colours well in all climates. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 6m)

Liquidambar sty. “Worplesdon” - (American Sweetgum)

Liquidambar styrac. “Palo Alto” - (American Sweetgum)

Narrow upright pyramidal form. Rich green maple summer leaves. They turn orange and apricot, then finally purple in autumn before falling. Colours well in all climates. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 7m)

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Liriodendron chinense - (Chinese Tulip Tree) A rare species with very large bluish green leaves which turn butter yellow in autumn. Purple tinted emerging leaves. Vigorous tree with a broad columnar form. Excellent for park and paddock plantings. (Deciduous 15m)

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35L

3

45L

3

60L

3.5

80L

4.5

Liriodendron tulipifera - (Tulip Tree, American Tulp Tree) P28 25L

2.4

35L

2.5

45L

3

60L

3

80L

3.4

100L

4

160L

4

200L

5

A magnificent tall pyramidal tree with a broad spreading crown. Beautiful bright green leaves turn a glorious buttery yellow in autumn. Fragrant lime green, banded orange, tulip shaped flowers are borne in summer. Excellent as a large lawn specimen and as a paddock specimen. (Deciduous 10m) Grade shown is 45L.

Liriodendron tulipifera “Allenton Gold� - (Tulip Tree) 35L Large leaves which are a beautiful soft butter yellow are a feature of this unusual tree. The leaves turn a deeper gold in autumn. Growth habit is neat conical and is slower growing than green leafed forms. Grows best where sheltered from hot afternoon summer sun. (Deciduous 5m)

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Liriodendron tu. “Aureomarginatum” - (Variegated Tulip) Strikingly variegated large green leaves are heavily bordered with rich golden yellow. Colour is more muted through summer but intensifies through autumn. Forms a perfect pyramid of upswept branches. Will lighten up any dull area. (Deciduous 10m)

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3.5

80L

3.6

160L

4.2

Grade shown is 45L.

Liriodendron tu. “Fastigiatum” - (Arnold Columnar Tulip) Narrow upright columnar form. Excellent for confined spaces, for avenues, screens, or focal points in formal gardens. Beautiful green summer leaves turn glorious buttery yellow in autumn. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 8m)

Liriodendron tu. “Snowbird” - (Variegated Upright Tulip) Forms a perfect pyramid of upswept branches. Strikingly variegated large green leaves are heavily bordered with creamy white. Colour is more muted through summer but intensifies through autumn. Will lighten up any dull area. Excellent for lining avenues and driveways. Planted as a street tree it remains very compact and upright in form. (Deciduous 10m)

25L

2.5

35L

2.7

45L

3

60L

4.5

80L

3.4

35L

2.5

45L

3.5

60L

4

100L

4.2

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LOPHOMY R T US - THE MYR TLE FAMILY Lophomyrtus “Kathryn” - (Hybrid Myrtle)

P18

1.1

25L

2.4

45L

2

P18

0.7

25L

1.7

35L

1.6

45L

1.6

P120

2.6

Loquat “Golden Orb” - (Loquat)

35L

2

Macadamia Nut - (GT 205)

25L

1.5

45L

2.2

Reddish purple to coppery bronze heavily puckered leaves. The colour intensifies through winter. A bushy shrub ideal for screens or adding colour into the garden. Excellent for floral work. (2m)

Lophomyrtus “Red Dragon” - (Hybrid Myrtle)

Medium sized bushy shrub with small pointed leaves. New shoots are brilliant reddish pink, maturing blackish red. The colour intensifies through winter. A bushy shrub ideal for small hedging or adding colour into the garden. Excellent for floral work. (1.5m) Lophomyrtus “Indian Chief” - (Hybrid Myrtle) A tall narrow grower, ideal as a screen where space is limited. Small darkish red leaves which intensify in colour through the winter months and in exposed conditions. Will grow in sun or semi-shade. (2m)

Coastal hardy evergreen with yellow fleshed, easy to peel, sweet fruit reminiscent of apricots, in early summer. Excellent for large containers. Well suited to gardens of all sizes.(Evergreen 3m)

2017 release.Bred to withstand cooler and wetter growing conditions.Produces from an early age.Bears late in the season. Nuts with a high oil content.Excellent for roasting (Evergreen 5ms)

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M AGN O LIA

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Magnolia “Amethyst Flame” - (Vance Hooper Hybrid)

25L

2.5

45L

2.2

Magnolia “Arabian Nights” - (NZ Hybrid)

35L

2.5

Magnolia “Athene” - (Jury Hybrid)

35L

2.5

60L

2.6

Magnolia “Atlas” - (Jury Hybrid)

45L

2.2

60L

2.7

80L

3.5

160L

3.7

Early season, medium sized, bright reddish purple blooms. Free flowering on an upright shrub or small tree. Blooms from a young age. (Deciduous 2m)

Cross between Vulcan and Sayonara. A strong upright grower. Bears a profusion of large bowl shaped blooms of rich purple red in early spring. (Deciduous 6m)

Erect vase shaped tree becoming rounded with age. Flowers from an early age. Large fragrant cup and saucer shaped flowers with rounded silky textured petals. White at the rim, shading to rosy purple with white interiors. Mid spring flowering (Deciduous 6m)

Claimed as the world’s largest Magnolia flower. Immense 35cm, heavily textured, cup shaped, lilac pink flowers with creamy white interiors. Mid spring flowering. Flowers from an early age. An erect and open headed small tree. (Deciduous 6m)

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Magnolia “Billowing Cloud” - (Hybrid)

35L

2.6

60L

3

Magnolia “Black Tulip” - (Jury Hybrid)

25L

2

35L

2.1

45L

2.6

Magnolia “Brixton Belle” - (Vance Hooper Hybrid)

35L

2.1-3

45L

2.3

Magnolia “Burgundy Star” - (Jury Hybrid)

25L

1.6

35L

2

45L

2.2

60L

2.7

60L

3.3

25L

1.8

35L

1.6

45L

2.2

60L

2.5

80L

3

25L

1.4

35L

1.7

45L

2.5

60L

3

80L

3.6

Smaller growing hybrid that has masses of white flowers. Sweet perfume. Rounded habit to 3.5m in 10 years.

Goblet shaped heavily textured blooms of glowing black red on a small neat rounded tree. The flowers retain their shape and solid colour. Flowers from an early age. Ideal for the smaller garden. Mid spring flowering (Deciduous 3.5m)

Large cup and saucer bright pure pink flowers with creamy inners. Flowers from the first year in tremendous abandon. A neat spreading tree, suited to the smaller garden. Mid-season flowering (Deciduous 4m)

Glowing burgundy red tulip shaped buds which open out to large star shaped flowers. Very floriferous variety which flowers from an early age and for a prolonged period. Narrow erect grower. Perfect where space is limited Mid-season flowering. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 6m) Magnolia “Butterflies” - (Hybrid)

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One of the best yellow hybrids. Very free flowering with a mass of creamy yellow starry flowers that sit atop the branches like butterflies. Forms a small rounded tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia “Cameo” - (Vance Hooper Hybrid) Sister seedling to “Cleopatra”. Elegant sculpted blooms of a rounded form. The outer side of the petals is reddish purple/ inner surface white blushed rose. Wind tolerant blooms are produced in abundance from the first year. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia campbelli “Charles Raffill” - (Campbelli Hybrid) Large upright growing tree with wide spreading branches. A glorious show of huge, deep pink, cup and saucer flowers with white interiors, in early spring. This tree takes around 7 years to commence flowering but is well worth waiting for. (Deciduous 7m)

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Magnolia camp. “David Clulow” - (‘Todd Gresham’ Hybrid)

35L

2.7

45L

3

Magnolia campbelli “Sir Harold Hillier” - (Hybrid)

35L

2.5

45L

2.6

Magnolia campbelli “Alba” - (Species)

25L

1.7

35L

2.5

60L

2.6

Magnolia “Charisma” - (Ian Baldick Hybrid)

45L

3

Magnolia “Cleopatra” - (Vance Hooper Hybrid)

25L

2

35L

2.2

45L

2.7

80L

3.7

P28

1.2

25L

1.6

35L

2

45L

2.3

60L

3

35L

2.8

60L

2.7

80L

3.5

Large cup and saucer shaped flowers of pure white with a hint of pink at the base. Flowers from an early age. A delightful spreading tree suited to smaller gardens. Early spring flowering. (Deciduous 5m)

Huge white campbelli selection from England. Trees grow to be broadly conical and settle to flower about 3 years from planting. (Deciduous 5m)

Large upright growing tree with wide spreading branches. A glorious show of huge, pure white cup and saucer flowers in mid-winter. Deliciously scented flowers. This tree takes around 15 years to commence flowering but it is well worth waiting for. (Deciduous 7m)

NZ hybrid. Very large cup and saucer shaped flowers of red - the closest thing we have to a red Campbellii. Upright grower. (Deciduous 8m)

Upright conical grower, well suited to areas where space is limited. Flowers from an early age with a profusion of flowers. Cup shaped blooms are glowing reddish purple with a sheen. Early spring flowering with a second summer flowering in warm summers. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m) Magnolia denudata - (Yulan Magnolia Species) Goblet shaped pure white lemon scented flowers, with broad fleshy petals, glisten on the bare branches in August. Broad pyramidal form with wide spreading branches of oriental appearance. Flowers from an early age.(Deciduous 5m)

Magnolia denudata “Gere” - (Hybrid) The same beautiful flowers as denudata but flowers 3 weeks later. Useful to grow in areas that get frosts in August. Forms an upright pyramidal habit. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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80L

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25L

1.7

Large reddish purple slender tulip shaped flowers in late spring. Ideal in areas that get late frosts. Very sweetly fragrant flowers. Formal upright pyramidal grower. Will fit into small spaces. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

35L

2

45L

2.5

60L

3.5

80L

4

Magnolia “Genie” - (Vance Hooper Hybrid)

25L

1.5

An outstanding small growing conical Magnolia. Goblet shaped flowers are burgundy red all the way through. Flowers for 10 weeks through spring with a second summer flowering. Produces healthy leaves and is proven to be frost hardy. Ideal where space is limited. (Deciduous 4m)

35L

2.2

45L

2.5

60L

2.4

Magnolia “Gold Star” - (Gold Star)

P28

1

25L

1.2

45L

2.5

60L

2.5

160L

3.5

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Magnolia “Felix” - (Jury Hybrid)

Huge 30cm across cup shaped, heavily textured flowers of rosy salmon pink to red flowers. Large hairy buds split open to reveal the wondrous fragrant flowers. Flowers from an early age. Medium sized upright grower with spreading branches and large leaves. Flowers mid-season. (Deciduous 5m)

Magnolia “Galaxy” - (Kosar Hybrid)

An upright grower with spreading branches. Bears a profusion of fragrant large multi-petalled star shaped flowers of soft buttery yellow which fade to creamy white. Mid-season flowering. Bronze coloured spring leaves. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia grandiflora “Blanchard” - (Southern Magnolia) Large deep glossy green leaves, rusty-brown felted beneath. Pure white, thickly textured flowers in summer and autumn. Strongly scented of citrus. Excellent for avenues. (Evergreen 7m)

Magnolia grandiflora “Ferruginea” - (Southern Magnolia) Large handsome deep glossy green leaves, rusty-brown felted beneath. Pure white, thickly textured huge 25cm across flowers are produced in summer and autumn. They are strongly scented of citrus. Forms an elegant round-headed specimen shade tree. Tolerant of poorly drained positions. (Evergreen 7m)

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1.4

35L

2

45L

2.2

60L

2.5

80L

3

25L

1.4

35L

2

45L

2.4

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Magnolia grandiflora “Kay Parris” - (Southern Magnolia)

35L

1.9

45L

2

Magnolia grandiflora “Little Gem” - (Southern Magnolia)

25L

1.4

Small compact, narrowly columnar tree. Smaller glossy deep green leaves with some rusty felt underneath. Citrus scented flowers smaller pure white flowers are borne through summer and autumn. Excellent for the smaller garden and as a street tree. Tolerant of poorly drained positions. (Evergreen 5m) Grade shown is 45L.

35L

1.6

45L

2

80L

2.5

Magnolia grandiflora “Main Street” - (Southern Magnolia)

35L

2

60L

3

80L

3.2

35L

1.5

45L

2

80L

3

35L

2.5

60L

3.3

160L

4

35L

2.5

45L

3

Seedling from Little Gem. Very compact upright grower which responds well to pruning. Makes a great hedge. Large white flowers over a long period in the warmer months.Shiny green wavy leaves, with orange-brown fuzzy undersides. Bright pink new leaves and shoots. (Evergreen 4m)

Narrow upright columnar growth habit. Very compact form makes this an ideal selection as a street or avenue tree. Handsome large glossy green leaves are heavily rusted with felt underneath. Large creamy lemon scented flowers through summer. Prefers a moist soil. (Evergreen 10m)

Magnolia grandiflora “Teddy Bear” - (Southern Magnolia) Smaller narrow columnar grower, slower but neater than other evergreen forms, with a tight branch structure. Glossy green leaves have fuzzy brown undersides. Large fragrant white flowers through summer. Ideal for large containers, paths and almost anywhere requiring height not width. (Evergreen 5m)

Magnolia “Heaven Scent” - (Gresham Hybrid) Erect pastel lavender pink tulip shaped blooms, paler towards the tips and with white interiors. A unique colour among Magnolias and strongly fragrant. Upright rounded grower. Mid spring flowering. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia “Holywell”- (Ian Baldick Hybrid) Large soft pink blooms of firm texture open out to reveal their white inners. Delicious delicate fragrance. Small to medium sized tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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45L

2.5

60L

3.3

35L

2.5

45L

2.8

60L

3.6

80L

4

400L

4

25L

1.5

35L

1.7

45L

2.5

60L

3

35L

2.2

45L

2

60L

2.4

80L

2.7

Magnolia “Kaira” - (Deryk Lawrence Hybrid)

35L

3

Magnolia “Kobus” - (Species)

160L

4

Magnolia liliflora “Nigra” - (Hybrid)

P28

1

25L

1.5

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Magnolia “Honey Tulip” - (Jury Hybrid) Golden form of Black Tulip with the same heavily textured and goblet shaped flowers and smaller growth habit. Retains its yellow colouring without fading. Perfect for the smaller garden. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3.5m)

Magnolia “Ian’s Red” - (Ian Baldick Hybrid) Large glowing clear red heavily textured cup and saucer shaped flowers in late winter. Flowers prolifically from an early age. Forms a round headed small tree. (Deciduous 6m)

Magnolia “Iolanthe” - (Jury Hybrid)

Rich deep pink buds open to large heavily textured delicate pastel rose pink flowers with creamy pink interiors. They open like large bowls. Flowers from an early age and over a five week period from early spring. Forms a neat rounded tree with open airy branching habit. (Deciduous 6m)

Magnolia “J C Williams” - (Syn. “New Purple” Caerhays Hybrid) Large blackish red buds open to very large bowl shaped glowing rosy purple flowers with pink interiors. Flowers prolifically from an early age. Mid spring flowering. Large upright spreading tree with an open airy form. (Deciduous 10m)

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A compact conical upright grower. Pale pure pink flowers are tulip shaped in bud and open out in a starry shape. Flowers midSeptember. (Deciduous 5m)

This Japanese species flowers in early spring on a spreading rounded small tree. A profusion of white goblet shaped smaller blooms which open into stars smother the trees. Flowers from an early age (Deciduous 6m)

A compact slender cultivar from Japan, forming a low, many-branched shrub. Slender, pansy-black buds open to dark maroon purple flowers with creamy white interiors. Flowers from an early age for two months from spring to summer. (Deciduous 2m)

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Magnolia loeb. “Leonard Messel” - (Hybrid)

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2

35L

2.2

45L

2.2

Magnolia “Lois” - (Accuminata x Denudata)

35L

2.8

Magnolia “Manchu Fan” - (Gresham Hybrid)

35L

2.5

45L

2.5

Magnolia “Margaret Helen” - (Hybrid)

35L

2.5

Bowl shaped blooms with pointed petals of a clear rose pink/red freely produced from a young age. Has a multi branched, upright form. (Deciduous 5m)

45L

2.5

Magnolia “Milky Way” - (Jury Hybrid)

25L

1.6

35L

1.5

45L

2.6

60L

3.5

35L

2.2

80L

4

Forms a large upright shrub or small tree, becoming covered in mid spring with deep lilac buds which open out paler. Twelve petals open into fragrant star shaped flowers. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Well-formed cup shaped blooms of bright yellow from green buds. Flowers emerge with the leaves in mid spring missing the frosts. Forms a rounded conical shape. (Deciduous 5m)

Vigorous grower with erect pyramidal form. Medium sized, fragrant, goblet shaped creamy white flowers stained purple at their base. Flowers prolifically from an early age. Mid-season flowering. (Deciduous 4m)

Large icy white heavily textured flowers with a soft pink base. Cup shaped deliciously fragrant blooms. Becomes an erect neatly rounded tree. Ideal for the smaller garden. Flowers from an early age. (Deciduous 5m) Grade shown is 45L.

Magnolia “Purple Sensation” - (Ian Baldick Hybrid) Large luscious cup and saucer flowers of glowing purple flowers in early spring. Upright columnar grower. Flowers from an early age. (Deciduous 6m)

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2.2

35L

2.2

60L

2.7

400L

3.6

35L

2

25L

1.5

35L

1.2

25L

1.4

35L

1.8

45L

1.8

60L

2.5

80L

3.3

35L

2

45L

2.2

60L

3

Magnolia sieboldii - (Oyama Magnolia Species)

25L

1.6

45L

2.2

Magnolia “Solar Flair”- (Vance Hooper Hybrid)

35L

2.2

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Magnolia “Red As” - (Ian Baldick Hybrid) Upright growing large bush or small tree. Goblet shaped firmly textured flowers are solid bright wine red. Mid-season flowering. Perfect for the smaller garden. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3m)

Magnolia “Royal Purple”

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A small upright tree of slender habit with cup shaped blooms of strong rose purple. Early to mid season flowering. Bred in New Zealand by Mr Peter Cave. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia “Ruby” - (Hybrid)

Impressive large goblet shaped heavily textured flowers are rich ruby red with a fine white picotee edge to the petals and pure white interiors. Highly fragrant. Flowers from an early age. Ideal for the smaller garden. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia “Serene” - (Jury Hybrid)

Strong growing upright grower. Large rounded bowl shaped flowers are deepest rosy pink, shading purplish carmine towards the base. Ivory white interiors. Slightly fragrant blooms for a long period from mid to late spring. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Magnolia “Shirazz” - (Denudata x Vulcan) Large spectacular rich burgundy red flowers. The heavily textured flowers are tulip shaped and open out flat. Flowers early September. (Deciduous 5m)

Wide multi-stemmed wide spreading grower. Bears pendant creamy white cup shaped flowers with prominent crimson stamens with the leaves from late spring for an extended period. Crimson seed pods follow. Site on a bank or raised so can view the exquisite flowers from below. (Deciduous 3m)

Tulip shaped flowers of creamy yellow from green buds. Flowers over a long period atop the new leaves from mid spring to early summer. A small grower with a rounded form. (Deciduous 4m)

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45L

2.5

60L

2.5

Magnolia soulangeana “Lennei Alba” - (Species)

45L

1.8

Magnolia soulangeana “Rustica Rubra” - (Hybrid)

25L

2

35L

2.4

45L

2

Magnolia soulangeana - (Hybrid)

Goblet shaped creamy white flowers are flushed pink with purple at the base with white interiors. Flowers from an early age. Easy to grow. Mid-season flowering. Forms a small spreading tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Small neat upright grower. Large goblet shaped ivory white flowers. Mid-season flowering. Flowers from an early age. Perfect for the smaller garden. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Hardy vigorous large growing tree without spreading branches. Large pear shaped soft rosy purple flowers with pure white interiors. Flowers from an early age. Mid-season flowering (Deciduous 7m)

Magnolia soulangeana “alba” - (Hybrid) Goblet shaped creamy white flowers are flushed pink with purple at the base with white interiors. Flowers from an early age. Easy to grow. Mid - season flowering. Forms a small spreading tree. (Deciduous)

Magnolia “Star Wars” - (Oz Blumhart Hybrid) Bushy upright compact grower. A profusion of large rose pink buds open out to fragrant, wide broadly petalled stars of firm texture. Deeper pink at the base fading paler towards the top of the flower and pale pink interiors. Flowers from an early age. Flowers late summer. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Magnolia stellata - (Star Magnolia)

Forms a compact, rounded, multi-branched twiggy bush. Starry pure white fragrant flowers from mid-winter until the leaves grow in spring. Flowers from an early age. Golden autumn leaves. Perfect for the smaller garden. Stds make an excellent street tree. (Deciduous 2m)

Magnolia stellata “Jane Platt” - (Hybrid)

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2.2

25L

1.8

35L

2.2

45L

2

60L

2.5

80L

3.5

45L

1.8

60L

2

80L

2.7

25L

1.3

Forms a compact densely branched small spreading bush-the smallest of the Stellata Magnolias. Blush pink buds open to frilly flowers of white. Very pretty and desirable. Early spring flowering. Flowers from an early age. (Deciduous 1.5m)

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Magnolia stellata “Rosea”- (Star Magnolia)

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25L

1.3

Magnolia stellata “Waterlily” - (Hybrid)

25L

1.5

35L

1.6

Magnolia stellata “Dawn”- (Star Magnolia)

35L

1.4

Magnolia stellata “King Rose”- (Star Magnolia)

35L

1.2

Magnolia “Strawberry Fields” - (Hybrid)

45L

2.7

60L

4

Magnolia “Sundance” - (Hybrid)

25L

2.2

35L

22

45L

2.5

60L

2.7

80L

3.6

45L

2.3

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Forms a compact, rounded, multi-branched twiggy bush. Starry blush-pink, fragrant flowers from deeper pink buds in mid-winter until the leaves grow in spring. Flowers from an early age. Golden autumn leaves. Perfect for the smaller garden. Standards make excellent street trees. (Deciduous 2m)

Vigorous grower. Medium sized compact, multi-branched twiggy bush. Large semi double flowers with many petals open from palest pink buds to white starry white flowers with a blush of pink on each petal. Early spring flowering. Flowers from an early age. Golden autumn leaves. (Deciduous 2.5m)

One of the best pink flowering Star Magnolias with up to 30 flowers sepals. They are deep pink in bud, opening blush pink and fading to white. A strong, vigorous grower. Flowers early spring in great abundance. (Deciduous 2.5m)

Forms a compact, rounded, multi-branched twiggy bush. Soft, rose-pink buds open to white flowers which are pale pink near the base. Flowers from an early age. Golden autumn leaves. Perfect for the smaller garden. (Deciduous 2m)

Upright columnar grower. Early spring fat furry buds split to release large vibrant wine red goblets which open out into a star of broad petals. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 6m)

Elegant tulip shaped deep yellow flowers dance like canaries on the bare branches in mid spring. Tidy conical grower with slender branches. Flowers from an early age. (Deciduous 5m)

Magnolia “Sundew”- (Amos Pickard Hybrid) Beautiful clear pink goblet shaped flowers over a long period from early spring. Forms a small tree with elegant spreading branches. Flowers from an early age. (Deciduous 6m)

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Magnolia “Sunsation” - (Hybrid)

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35L

2.4

35L

1.6

1.6

45L

2

1.2

35L

2.2

80L

4

60L

3

100L

3.2

60L

3

45L

2.9

60L

3.6

Green buds open to cup shaped yellow flowers with a greenish tinge and a red base. Very profuse flowering in mid spring, mostly before the leaves emerge. A small upright columnar form which fits into smaller spaces. (Deciduous 4.5m)

Magnolia “Susan” - (Little Girl Series, Kosar Hybrid) Forms an upright multi-branched shrub. Erect long tapered deep claret purple buds open to reddish violet flowers with white tinged violet interiors. Flowers with great abundance in late spring, from an early age. Flowers are slightly fragrant. (Deciduous 2.5m)

Magnolia “Sweet Merlot”- (Hybrid)

Medium sized globe shaped flowers are coloured claret-red. Bears a profusion of flowers in spring which cut well. Neat small tree of conical shape. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia “Sweetheart” - (Peter Cave Hybrid) Upright, almost columnar small to medium sized tree. Perfect for restricted spaces where height is required. A profusion of large heavily textured, rich clear pink flowers, paler within. Flowers from an early age. Mid-season flowering. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 10m)

Magnolia “Thomas Messel” - (Hybrid) Vigorous upright conical grower, ideal to site where space is restricted. Large pure white flowers stained deep pink at the base. They open out to 15 cm across. Mid to late season flowering. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Magnolia “Thousand Butterflies” - (Blumhardt Hybrid) This is aptly named as the small tree becomes smothered with perching open flowers of white with a deeper pink inner and base. An upright grower with spreading side branches. Flowers from a young age. Flowers end of winter into spring. (Deciduous 5m)

Magnolia “Todd Gresham” - (Gresham Hybrid) Goblet shaped flowers are purple on the outside with white interiors. It flowers for a long period from early spring. A small tree with elegant spreading branches. Flowers from an early age (Deciduous 4m)

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Magnolia “Vulcan” - (Jury Hybrid)

Erect and open branched habit. Massive brilliant ruby red, heavily textured, flowers open from wine red buds in late winter. They exude a fruity fragrance. Not for areas with early spring frosts. Flowers from an early age (Deciduous 6m)

Magnolia “Woodsman” - (Hybrid)

An unusual flower colour. Greenish yellow to chocolate tulip shaped flowers, with soft pink centres. Popular for floral arrangements. A small upright grower. Flowers from an early age. Late spring flowering. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Magnolia “Yellow Bird” - (Hybrid) Acid green buds open to goblet shaped flowers of bright yellow flowers which emerge atop the fresh green new leaves in late spring. An erect growing pyramidal tree. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 8m)

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35L

2.2

45L

3

60L

2.4

80L

3.5

160L

4.5

60L

3.5

100L

3.5

25L

2.4

35L

3

45L

3

Magnolia “Yellow Fever” - (Hybrid)

80L

2.4

Magnolia “Yellow Lantern” - (Hybrid)

35L

2.8

60L

3.6

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Medium deep cup shaped rich buttery yellow flowers appear just before the leaves in mid spring. Upright conical grower. Flowers from an early age. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 7m)

One of the larger flowered Magnolias. Colour is greenish yellow with a hint of pink at the base. The flowers are Tulip shaped and fragrant. Flowers early October. An upright grower. (Deciduous 5m)

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Malus “Arrow Gold” - (Crabapple)

Bunches of large white pink budded blossom in mid spring. An autumn profusion of large clear yellow crab apples are borne on branches. Can be made into jelly. Excellent variety to pleach or espalier. (Deciduous 3m)

Malus domestica “Ballerina Maypole” - (Apple)

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60L

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25L

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Columnar growth habit which never exceeds 30cms in width. Large carmine red blossom nestles amongst the new coppery leaves. Large purple red crab apples stud the branches from late summer. (Deciduous 3m)

Malus “Barbara Ann” - (Crabapple) Fragrant double violet pink blossom contrasts with the new red spring leaves. An upright open grower very suited to training such as espaliering. Small dark red purple crab apples persist on the tree until devoured by birds in winter. (Deciduous 4m)

Malus “Coronet Peak” - (Crabapple)

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A neat growing shade tree with horizontal spreading branches to form a flat top. Pink buds open out to pure white blossoms in spring. Produces a mass of golden crab-apples. (Deciduous 3m)

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2.5

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Malus “Gorgeous” - (Crabapple)

Round headed small tree. Branches are festooned with white apple blossom in spring. Spectacular crops of bright crimson red fruit hang like cherries on long thin stalks to weigh down the outer branches. Crabapples make superb jelly. Fruit will persist on the trees till winter until eaten by birds. (Deciduous 3m) Malus “Jack Humm” - (Crabapple)

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2.5

35L

2.6

45L

3

35L

2.4

45L

2.8

80L

3

35L

2.7

1.5

45L

1.9

1.7

60L

2.2

1.1

25L

1.9

1.7

45L

1.6

1.4

60L

2

1.8

Malus “Mt Aurum"- (Crabapple)

35L

2.7

Malus “Mt Earnslaw” - (Crabapple)

35L

2.7

Rounded tree with masses of white apple blossom from red buds in mid spring. One of the best varieties for large production of brilliantly coloured crab apples which are bright crimson flushed yellow and orange. Great for jelly making. Fruit will persist well into winter until devoured by birds. (Deciduous 4m) Malus “Jelly King” - (PVR, Crabapple) Upright compact small tree. In mid spring becomes covered with large fragrant pure white blossom over a long period. Huge crops of medium sized orange pink crabapples follow. Fruit will make a colourful display all winter as birds don’t eat them. Excellent street tree.(Deciduous 3m)

Malus “Kaitoke” - (Weeping Crabapple) Attractive purplish red new leaves in spring. By summer the leaves turn green. Masses of crimson flower buds open to carmine red blossom in spring. A small weeping tree well suited to the smaller garden. (Deciduous 2.5m)

Malus lambada - (Crabapple)

A small flat topped tree with wide spreading horizontal branches making it an ideal choice as a small shade tree. Rosy red buds open paler pink and sit amongst the emerging bronzy new spring leaves. Height of tree will be determined by standard height. (Deciduous 2.7m)

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Upright pyramidal growth habit. NZ selection. Pure white spring blossom. Heavy clusters of oval shaped fruit are soft red, flushed with yellow. Neat growing, small sized tree. (Deciduous 3m)

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Malus “Profusion” - (Crabapple)

45L

2.7

Malus “Red Jade” - (Weeping Crabapple)

35L

1.8

1.6

45L

1.9

1.7

80L

1.9

1.7

25L

2.5

1.4

35L

2.7

1.2

45L

2.7

1.2

60L

3

1.2

80L

3.5

1.2

60L

3.5

25L

1.8

45L

2.4

25L

1.4

35L

1.8

45L

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1.7

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Small round headed tree. Mid spring is smothered with clusters of slightly fragrant vivid wine red flowers. Coppery crimson spring leaves. These are bronze through summer. Small blood red fruit follow and persist until eaten by birds. Yellow and orange autumn leaves. (Deciduous 4m)

Weeping tree with wide spreading branches that will cascade to the ground. Clusters of pink buds open white, blushed pink. Small scarlet crab apples sit atop the green leaves until devoured by birds in winter. Yellow autumn leaves. Height of tree will be determined by standard height. (Deciduous)

Malus “Red Top “ - (PVR, Crabapple)

Compact upright grower with an even dense branching structure. A profusion of semi double dark pink blossom emerges with the bright red new leaves which turn green through summer. Little red crabapples follow and persist until eaten by birds. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Malus “Sir Heaton Rhodes” - (Crabapple) A small semi-weeping tree with arching slender branches. They are clothed with a profusion of bright carmine red single blossom in mid spring just when the reddish leaves are emerging. Perfect tree for the smaller garden. (Deciduous 4m)

Malus “Strathmore” - (Crabapple)

Narrow growing, upright columnar tree, oerfect for areas where space is restricted but height is required. Red buds open to large dark pink flowers with the emerging bronze red leaves. Red cherry-like fruit persists on the tree until eaten by birds. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Malus baccata “Jackii” - (Siberian Crabapple) Upright columnar grower with dark green disease resistant leaves. Shell pink buds open to large white flowers. Small red Crabapples in autumn with yellow leaves. Great all round tree, tolerating urban pollution. Ideal for avenues and as a street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Malus “Echtermeyer” - (Weeping Crabapple) Forms a graceful wide-spreading canopy of blue black stems. Red tinted new leaves change to purple, then a bronze green over summer. Rosy crimson flowers smother the weeping branches in spring. Small reddish purple Crab apples follow. Height is dictated by graft height. (Deciduous)

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35L

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1.5

45L

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1.5

Malus “Floribunda” - (Japanese Crabapple)

25L

2.5

1.6

35L

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1.5

45L

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1.7

45L

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Excellent weeper for a narrow space. The branches grow tall then arch gracefully down to the ground. Red new leaves turn bronze through summer. Dark red buds open to soft crimson, followed by small red crab Apples. These persist until eaten by birds in winter. (Deciduous 2.5m)

Strong growing small tree which can be trained to form a horizontal canopy of arching branches. In early spring a mass of crimson red buds open to white flowers with a hint of pink. Small orange crab apples develop over autumn but are soon devoured by birds. (Deciduous 3m) Malus halliana “Parkmanii” - (Crabapple)

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A vase shaped tree with a dense compact habit. A profusion of purple red buds open to double shell pink fragrant flowers. Small dark red purple fruit follow which birds adore through winter. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Malus heritage “Cameusa de ll’Obregrat”

25L

2.4

35L

2.5

35L

2.6

Large fruit. Yellow/green skin with also a light covering of red. Dessert, and keeps well. Mid to late season. (Deciduous 2m)

Malus heritage “Golden Reinette” Large golden russet/red fruit. Dessert and keeps well. Mid season. (Deciduous 2m)

Malus heritage “Owen Thomas" Small, flatish apple. Sweet, soft and juicy. Early season. (Deciduous 2m)

Malus heritage “Tydeman’s Late Orange" Firm flesh, very juicy and deep yellow. Crops well. Late season. (Deciduous 2m)

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Malus heritage “Vailles Early”

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35L

2.2

35L

2.2

25L

2

1.5

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2.2

1.5

35L

1.5

45L

2.3

45L

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60L

2.9

25L

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35L

2.8

45L

2.2

80L

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Yellow skinned, red blush. A very sweet eating apple. Late December. (Deciduous 2m)

Malus “Initial / Baujade” Initial: Large red apple. Excellent flavour, with low acid and high sugar. Baujade: Granny Smith type. Medium sized sweet green apples.

Malus “Initial / Sir Prize" Initial: Large red apple. Excellent flavour, with low acid and high sugar. Sir Prize: Large yellow Golden Delicious type. Crisp and tender fruit. Excellent keeper.

Malus ioensis “Plena” - (Betchel Crabapple) Small vase shaped tree with well-spaced angular branches, suited to pleaching. Late spring a profusion of large soft pink semi double flowers with prominent stamens, scented of violets, produced over a long period. Lovely yellow and orange autumn leaves. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Malus domestica “Liberty” Excellent selection for the organic grower, as resistant to black spot. Requires little, if any, spraying. Red blushed fruit with crisp, juicy, sweet tart flavour. Heavy bearer. Excellent keeper. Mid to late season. Full grown 3.5m high. (Deciduous 2m)

Malus sieboldii “Snowbright” - (Crabapple) Small round headed tree with arching branches. Pale salmon pink buds open to pure white blossom which smothers the branches in mid spring. Marble sized crimson red crab apples appear over summer and persist into winter. Showy yellow/ orange autumn leaves. Ideal for the smaller garden. (Deciduous 3m)

Malus domestica “Sir Prize”

25L

Excellent selection for the organic grower, as it is resistant to black spot. Requires little, if any, spraying. Large yellow Golden Delicious type. Crisp and tender fruit. Excellent keeper. Mid to late season. (Deciduous 2m)

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Malus trilobata - (Crabapple)

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25L

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45L

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35L

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Malus "Wrights Scarlet" - (Crabapple)

25L

2

35L

2.2

Melia azedarch - (Indian Bean Tree)

25L

2.4

35L

2.6

45L

3

60L

3.2

80L

3.3

160L

5

P18

0.9

25L

1.3

35L

1.8

45L

1.6

60L

2.2

P18

1

25L

1.8

Erect, pyramidal grower with stout stems clothed in beautiful, deeply lobed, maple shaped leaves. Glossy green through summer, turning brilliant red, orange and scarlet in autumn. Large single white spring blossom. Few fruit. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Malus tschonoskii - (Japanese Species Upright Crabapple) Beautiful pyramidal grower with silvery white felted spring leaves. Bright green leaves through summer, felted white underneath. Glorious show in autumn with yellow, orange, red and purple leaves. Few fruit. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 8m)

Malus "Van Eseltine" - (Crabapple)

Small columnar tree with erect branches. Large, rose-pink, semi-double flowers open from scarlet buds. Yellow fruit. Ideal for smaller gardens. A good street variety tree. (Deciduous 3m)

A spectacular fruiting crab apple tree with large crimson red fruit, which holds on the tree through most of winter. Forms a spreading canopy of branches. (Deciduous 3m)

Quick growing tree with a stout upright trunk. Open form with wide spreading branches to give light shade. Pinnate leaves appear with the caramel scented panicles of lilac flowers in late spring. Clear yellow autumn leaves. Withstands strong winds and drought. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 7m) Melicope ternata - (Wharangi)

Forms a rounded large bush of shiny lime green fresh leaves. Always looks great in the landscape, helps to brighten darker green foliage. Grows well in sandy soils sheltered from the worst of the coastal winds. Tolerates light frosts. Shining black seeds in clusters are a feature over late summer. (4m) Melicyrtus ramniflorus -(Mahoe, Whiteywood) A small multi stemmed bushy tree. Ideal for quick screening.Hardy for dry conditions in sun or semi-shade. Attractive green leaves and purple berries in autumn Evergreen 5ms

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Meryta sinclairii - (Pukanui, Puka)

A striking tree with a tropical appearance with its large paddle shaped leaves of glossy lighter green. Prefers a sunny position which is frost free. Tolerates coastal exposure. When grown on the coast grows a lot more bushy and lower. Excellent for containers. (4m)

Metasequioa glyptostroboides. Spire A rapidly growing deciduous conifer variety with a very delicate, ferny appearance, and a taller and narrower pyramidal form than the species; shaggy, attractive reddish bark; airy light and dark green foliage changes to a lovely copper fall color. (Decidious 15m)

Metasequoia glyptostroboides - (Dawn Redwood)

A handsome tree through all the seasons with a slender pyramidal to conical form. Resembles a Californian Redwood tree. A upright specimen tree in the landscape. Soft ferny leaves are bright green through summer, becoming tawny pink and burnished gold through autumn. Grows best in moisture retentive soil. Will make a fabulous living Christmas tree. (Deciduous 12m) Grade shown is 80L.

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35L

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45L

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35L

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60L

3.3

80L

3.5

100L

4

160L

4.2

200L

4.5

400L

5.5

1000L

5.5

Metasequoia (dawn redwood) It is native to Lichuan county in Hubei province, China. Although the least tall of the redwoods, it grows to at least 200 feet (60 meters) in height. Local villagers refer to the original tree from which most others derive as Shui-sa, or "water fir", which is part of a local shrine.

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M E TRO S ID E RO S THE P O HU T U KAWA FA M ILY

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Metrosideros “Maungapiko” - (Southern Rata Cross)

Pohutukawa and Southern rata cross. This narrow growing erect tree is clothed with shiny pointed fresh leaves. A profusion of clear scarlet flowers, which attract birds cover the tree in early January. Excellent tough coastal tree, withstanding a lot more frost than excelsa. Excellent street tree. (5m) Metrosideros “Mistral” - (Northern Rata Cross)

Pohutukawa and Northern rata cross. Smaller denser growing tree finally forms a neat canopy of thick olive green leaves. A profusion of deep rusty red flowers from mid-December attract nectar seeking birds. Excellent tough coastal tree. Superb as a screen. Excellent street tree. (5m) Metrosideros excelsa - (Pohutukawa, NZ Christmas Tree) Thrives in coastal situations. Slowly forms a large broad headed tree with thick greyish green leaves. A profusion of red stamens make up the glowing crimson red flowers borne during December. They attract nectar seeking birds. Can be pruned as hedges and screens or left as a specimen. (7m)

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P28

1

25L

1

P18

1

25L

1.5

35L

1.2

45L

1.9

80L

2.6

P18

0.6

P28

1.1

25L

1.3

35L

1.8

45L

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Metrosideros exc. “Maori Princess” - (Pohutukawa)

Selected for its more upright narrow growth habit. Just as tough as Excelsa with scarlet red flowers through December which attracts birds. We have this available as bushes or clear trunked standards. Excellent street tree. (7m) Grade shown is 45L (Bushy).

Metrosideros exc. “Vibrance” - (Hybrid Pohutukawa) Selected for it’s more upright, dense and compact form. Just as tough as Excelsa with very large vibrant orange red flowers, borne over a long period through summer. Nectar seeking birds love the flowers. A good choice for suburban gardens. Excellent street tree. (5m)

Metrosideros excelsa “Lighthouse” - (Pohutukawa)

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25L

1.6

35L

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2.2

60L

2.2

80L

2.2

100L

3.5

P18

1.2

25L

1.2

45L

2.2

25L

2

35L

2.5

35L

1.6

45L

2.4

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Compact, erect bushy grower with large heavily textured leaves. Bright red flowers early in the season, from November. Coastal hardy. (5m)

Metrosideros robusta “Kawa Copper” - (PVR)

1.7

Northern Rata Selection. Selected for its bushy stocky growth habit and coppery red new leaves. Potentially this will be an excellent variety for hedging. Has small leaves that will clip to any shape or form. Ours are 1.3m stds. Quite cold hardy and tolerant of moderate coastal exposure. (Evergreen 3m)

Metrosideros ker. “Variegata”-(Variegated Pohutukawa) Green leaves are broadly margined with creamy yellow. Compact grower. Red flowers at Christmas time. Coastal hardy. Excellent for containers or as a street tree. (3m)

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1.5

P28

1.6

25L

1.5

35L

1.8

45L

1.5-2.8

60L

2.7

80L

2.9

100L

4

P18

0.8

25L

1

35L

0.9

45L

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Metrosideros robusta - (Northern Rata)

A very bushy tree with small dark olive green leaves. Quite cold hardy and tolerant of moderate coastal exposure. Superb as a screen and very adaptable to pruning into any shape or form. We offer bushes and clear trunked standards. Rusty red flowers are borne in mid-December. Excellent street tree. (5m) Grade shown is 25L.

Metrosideros umbellata - (Southern Rata)

Most cold hardy of this family. Very slow growing with a bushy multi-stemmed habit of growth. Red new stems and leaves are a feature. Mature leaves are glossy, leathery and pointed. Glowing scarlet flowers are borne in mid-January and attract nectar seeking birds. Requires a moist cooler position. (3m) Grade shown is P18.

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Michelia “Bubbles” - (Blumhardt Hybrid) Forms a wide spreading smaller pyramidal tree with glossy deep green leaves. Velvet buds open to slightly fragrant creamy white rounded flowers with pink edges in spring. (Evergreen 4m)

Michelia doltsopa - (Sweet Michelia) Strong growing, large, neatly formed pyramidal tree. Mid-winter produces highly perfumed, large, creamy white Magnolia-like blooms from showy brown, furry buds. Glossy rich green leaves. Drops leaves when flowering but quickly refoliates. (Evergreen 6m)

Michelia doltsopa “Silver Cloud” - (Sweet Michelia) A selected grafted variety of doltsopa which flowers from its first years. Large creamy white flower have many petals and is a smaller grower. Otherwise same attributes as M. doltspoa. (Evergreen 4.5m)

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60L

2.5

P18

1.5

25L

2.2

45L

2.2

60L

3

35L

1.8

45L

1.6

60L

1.8

Michelia “Fairy Blush” - (Jury Hybrid, Fairy Magnolia, PVR) P28 25L

1.8

60L

2.6

A dense bushy shrub with shining paler green leaves. From early spring bears a profusion of long russet buds which open to fruity fragrant lilac pink flowers with creamy interiors. Ideal for hedging, amenable for pruning into any shape, or grow as a small specimen tree. (Evergreen 3m)

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1.2

45L

1.2

25L

1.6

35L

1.8

P18

1.1

P28

1.2

25L

1.1

35L

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Michelia gracipes

P28

1.3

Form of yunnanensis with rounded leaves. A small neat large bush, pyramidal grower, with deep green leaves. Produces a mass of pure white starry flowers over a long period from early spring. Ideal for hedging, amenable for pruning into any shape or to grow as a small specimen tree. (Evergreen 4m) Grade shown is 45L.

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45L

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Michelia “Fairy Cream” - (Jury Hybrid, Fairy Magnolia, PVR)

Large shrub or small tree with shining paler green leaves. Has a strong horizontal branching structure which makes it ideal for training, especially pleaching. From early spring bears long russet buds which open to star shaped fragrant cream flowers. Will grow as a small specimen tree. (Evergreen 3m) Michelia “Fairy White” - (Jury Hybrid, Fairy Magnolia, PVR) Large shrub or small tree with shining paler green leaves. Has a strong horizontal branching structure which makes it ideal for training, especially pleaching. From early spring bears long russet buds which open to star shaped fragrant flowers of pure white. Will grow as a small specimen tree. (Evergreen 3m) Michelia figo - (Port Wine Magnolia)

Dense multi-stemmed bush with glossy pale green leaves right down to the ground. Small yellow and pink flowers hide among the leaves but impart a fruity fragrance from late spring through summer. Ideal for hedging, amenable for pruning into any shape, or grow as a small specimen tree. (Evergreen 3m)

Michelia “Inspiration” - (M yunnensis cross)

Upright vertical dense growth habit, ideal where space is limited or pruned as a hedge. Dark shiny green leaves. Velvety brown buds open to porcelain white starry flowers from early spring and over many weeks. Delicious fragrance. Will grow in partly shaded areas. Frost tolerant and top seller. (Evergreen 2m)

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2.6

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Michelia “Lemon Fragrant” - (Thirkettle Hybrid) A small neat large bush, pyramidal grower, with attractive fresh green leaves. Produces a mass of large lemon scented creamy white starry flowers over a long period from early spring. Ideal for hedging, amenable for pruning into any shape or form or grow as a small specimen tree. (Evergreen 4m)

Michelia maudiae

1.7

35L

2

Michelia “Melody” - (Hybrid between Maudiae & Yunnanensis)

35L

1.5

Michelia “Mixed Up Miss” - (Blumhardt Hybrid)

25L

2

35L

1

45L

2.7

60L

2.2

80L

2.2

25L

1.8

35L

1.9

45L

2.6

35L

1.8

45L

2

35L

2

45L

2.1

Beautiful small tree of pyramidal form. Large broad thickly petalled flowers which open out wide and smother the branches in late winter. Highly scented. For a sheltered garden free from late frosts. (Evergreen 4m)

Forms a wide spreading smaller pyramidal tree with shining paler green leaves. Velvet buds open to deliciously fragrant creamy white rounded flowers with purple edges in spring. Leaves drop as the flowers emerge but quickly refoliate once flowering has finished. (Evergreen 3.5m)

Michelia “Paton Pink “ - (Thirkettle Hybrid) Excellent dark green leaves densely cover this small pyramidal growing tree. During spring bears pink tulip shaped flowers with deeper picotee edge. Flowers open wider. Healthy easy grower which retains its leaves well. (Evergreen 3.5m)

Michelia “Snow Dove“ - (Maudiae x doltsopa) A new and welcome addition to the range of evergreen Michelias. Grows into a small to medium sized bushy upright tree with bluish green leaves. In early spring bears a profusion of ice white flowers that open out. Delicious sweet and spicy fragrance. (Evergreen 3m)

Michelia “Star Bright” Large crisp white open starry flowers emerge from long velvety brown buds. They smother this small growing tree in late winter. Beautiful dark green leaves. Horizontal branches radiate from the pyramidal form. Excellent for clipping into any form such as pleaching. (Evergreen 4m)

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A profusion of white fragrant flowers. Will grow to a small size tree up to 4m, in a pyramidal shape. Prefers free draining soil. (Evergreen)

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Michelia “Touch of Pink”

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2.5

P28

1.4

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An attractive tree with long glossy green leathery leaves. The lovely scented flowers, with a touch of pink, are medium sized and cup shaped.Great to have as a specimen tree in the garden as it brings colour in late winter and early spring. Evergreen.

Michelia yunnanensis

A small neat large bush, pyramidal grower, with deep green shiny 25L leaves. Produces a mass of small creamy white starry flowers from velvet buds, over a long period from early spring. Ideal for hedging, amenable for pruning into any shape or form or grow as a small speci- 35L men tree. 45L (Evergreen 4m) Grade shown is 35L.

Michelia yunn velvet and cream

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0.8

25L

1.3

Perfumed white flowers in spring 8 to 10cm across.Clips well into a hedge. Prefers moist acidic soil. evergreen. up to 4m tall.

MOR US - THE MULBERRY FAMILY Morus alba “Pendula” - (Weeping White Mulberry)

45L

1

1.5

60L

2

1.5

Morus alba “Shahtoot” - (Fruiting Mulberry)

P28

1.6

Spectacular small weeping tree with large glossy heart shaped leaves. Sweet edible berry like fruit turn reddish yellow when ripe. Much loved by birds. Graft height will determine ultimate height (Deciduous 2.2m)

A smaller growing tree, or large bush with beautiful lush green heavily cut leaves. Very oriental in appearance. Excellent for containers. Long white delicious berry fruit are borne over summer. (Deciduous 1.5m)

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Muehlenbeckia astonii - (Shrubby Tororaro)

P18

0.7

Myoporum laetum - (Ngaio, Mousehole Tree)

P18

1.3

25L

1.8

35L

2.2

45L

2.1

Forms a dense, upright shrub with a tangle of interlacing reddish-brown branches and divaricating stems. Small, heart-shaped green leaves. Very tough and hardy. Excellent as a shrub filler, for island beds, and for covering old tree stumps. (1.5m)

Forms a small spreading tree or large bush with multi-stems or trunks. A rapid grower with bright green fleshy leaves. Drought and coastal hardy, effectively controlling sound, wind, sun and blowing sand. Can grow as a screen or canopy shade tree. (4m)

MY R S INE - THE MATIPO FAMILY Myrsine australis - (Red Matipo, Mapou) Forms a compact large shrub with yellowish green leaves veined red and reddish new shoots. Drought and wind tolerant. Grows in sun or semi-shade. Makes a superb dense hedge. Can be easily trimmed into any shape or form. Small black seeds relished by birds. (3m) Myrsine salicina - (Toro)

Slender erect growing tree with leathery glossy long narrow leaves .As the weather cools in autumn the young leaves turn a striking pinkish amber colour. Grows in sun or shade. Tolerates both moist and dry positions. Pink berries in autumn are relished by birds. Superb container plant. (4m)

Nadina Firepower This heavenly evergreen is renowned for its contrasting foliage colour. Its non-invasive, bamboo foliage changes from pale lime green and yellow in spring to vivid pinks and reds, then to rich deep red tones in autumn. This compact, tidy plant is ideal in rockeries, mass planted and in containers. (Evergreen 1.5) Nashi pear “Reddy Robin� - (Nashi Pear)

P18

1.3

25L

1.3

45L

1.8

P18

1.3

25L

1.5

P18

0.6

35L

2.5

Looks and tastes like a red apple, with skin and texture of a pear. Very sweet and juicy. Also known as a Papple. Healthy, delicious fruit to snack on.

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25L

1.1

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Nerium Dr Golphin - (Oleander)

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Small bushy tree ideal for warm sunny conditions. Single glowing deep cerise flowers all summer and autumn.Best in full sun with good drainage. Evergreen 1.5ms

Nerium Madonna- (Oleander)

Small bushy tree ideal for warm sunny conditions. Semi double purest white flowers all summer and autumn.Best in full sun with good drainage. Evergreen 2.5ms

Nerium Mrs Roeding- (Oleander)

25L

1.1

Small bushy tree ideal for warm sunny conditions. Double flowers of salmon orange alll summer and autumn. Best in full sun with good drainage. Evergreen 1.5ms

Nerium Punctatum- (Oleander)

25L

1.1

Nestegis cunninghamii - (Black Maire)

25L

2.5

45L

3

100L

3.5

Small bushy tree ideal for warm sunny conditions. Single bright pink flowers all summer and autumn.Best in full sun with good drainage. Evergreen 3ms

Develops a thick straight trunk with coarse corky bark. Long leathery dark green leaves on a dense headed tree. Produces bunches of bright red berries in October. Considered the best firewood amongst our native timbers, sadly most of our established trees ended their lives this way. (10m)

NOT HOFAG US

- THE SOUTHERN BEECH FAM I LY

Sometimes known as Fuscospora and Lophozonia Nothofagus fusca - (Red Beech)

Forms an erect pyramidal narrow growing tree for decades before forming a larger sized tree. Small crinkly leaves are brownish green to deep bronzy red, this colour intensifies towards winter. Prefer cooler climates. Grows in warm climates as long as has adequate moisture and shelter from hot winds. (5m)

P18

1.2

25L

1.8

35L

2

45L

2

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1.2

25L

1.4

45L

2.7

Nothofagus solandri Clifftoides - (Mountain Beech)

P18

1.2

An elegant form with graceful spreading branches in tiers. Slightly more dense and smaller growing than Black Beech.Will grow in warm climates as long as has adequate moisture and shelter from hot winds. Evergreen 5ms

25L

1.7

Nothofagus truncata - (Hard Beech)

P18

1.2

25L

2.2

45L

2.6

Nothofagus menziesii - (Silver Beech)

Forms an erect pyramidal narrow growing tree for decades before forming a larger sized tree. Small deep green leaves. Young spring growth is pale green against the silvery white trunk. Prefer cooler climates. Will grow in warm climates as long as has adequate moisture and shelter from hot winds. (5m)

Grows similar to the Red Beech but is characterised by its glossy shiny green leaves. Hard bark is full of silicone. Slow grower but develops into a noble buttressed tree over time. Once established, tolerates dry conditions and strong winds. (Evergreen 6m)

NY SSA

- THE TUPELO FAM I LY

Nyssa sinensis - (Chinese Tupelo)

Slightly smaller growing with wider spreading branches, than sylvatica. Smooth larger leaves which turn vibrant scarlet pink and orange in autumn, even in mild climates. Tolerant of wet poor draining soils. (Deciduous 5m)

Nyssa sylvatica - (Black Tupelo, Black Gum)

Pyramidal grower with broad sweeping semi weeping branches. Dark green glossy leaves turn vibrant scarlet, orange and yellow in autumn, even in mild climates. Tolerant of wet poor draining soils. (Deciduous 7m)

Nyssa sylvatica “Autumn Cascade� - (Weeping Tupelo) Pyramidal grower with wide spreading branches that cascade to the ground. Spectacular autumn leaves of vivid scarlet and orange. Tolerant of wet, poor draining soils. (Deciduous 3m)

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1.5

25L

1.5

35L

2

45L

2.8

60L

2.7

P18

1

P28

1.5

25L

2

35L

1.8

45L

3.5

45L

2.1

60L

2.3

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Nyssa sylvatica “Sheffield Park� - (Tupelo)

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45L

2

A more upright grower with dark green glossy leaves. The autumn leaf colours change two weeks early than other varieties. Stunning colours of orange, yellow and purple. Tolerant of wet, poor draining soils. (Deciduous 6m)

60L

2.3

Nyssa sylvatica v. biflora - (Twin Flowered Tupelo)

35L

2.2

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An erect columnar growing tree with dark green glossy leaves. Thicker more narrow leaves than Sylvatica These turn vibrant scarlet, orange and yellow in autumn, even in mild climates. Tolerant of wet poor draining soils.(Deciduous 7m)

Most Nyssa species are highly tolerant of wet soils and flooding, and some need such environments as habitat. Did you know that Tupelo wood is used extensively by artistic woodcarvers, especially for carving ducks and other wildfowl. It power carves excellently and holds good detail in the end grain. In commerce, it is used for shipping containers and interior parts of furniture.

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OLE A THE OL IV E FA M ILY

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Olea “Barnea” - (Hybrid Olive)

Vigorous upright, fairly narrow grower developed in Israel. High yielding oil. Pickles well when going black. Requires the pollinator Picholine or Manzanillo for fruit set. Excellent street tree as no fruit without a pollinator. (Evergreen)

Olea europaea “Ascolano” - (Hybrid Olive) Dual purpose selection from Italy with large fruit to pit ratio. Excellent for pickling. Tall bushy grower. Excellent for hedges, screens, lining avenues and drive-ways. Cold hardy. Requires the pollinator Frantoio or leccino for fruit set. Excellent street tree as no fruit without a pollinator. (Evergreen) Olea europaea “El Greco” - (Hybrid Olive) A smaller growing, dense bushy tree. NZ selection. Ideal for hedging, screening training into pillars, balls, etc. Excellent as a street tree. Great for containers. (Evergreen)

Olea europaea “Frantoio” - (Hybrid Olive) Main Tuscan oil variety. Exceptionally high quality and quantity yielding oil. Pickles well when green. Taller variety suitable for lining avenues and driveways. Cold tolerant. Self-fertile (Evergreen)

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P28

1.8

35L

2.7

45L

2.4

80L

4

P28

1.8

25L

1.8

45L

2.1

P28

1.5

25L

1.5

45L

1.8

P28

1.8

35L

2.5

45L

2.5

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P28

1.8

35L

2.2

45L

2.3

P28

1.7

35L

2

45L

2.3

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Olea europaea “J5” - (Olive)

This is suited to warmer areas where no chilling is required for fruit set. Heavy yield of Olives on a large tree. Excellent for hedges, screens. Lining avenues and driveways. Self-fertile (Evergreen)

Olea europaea “Koroneiki” - (Hybrid Olive) Attractive smaller shrubby Greek Olive. Bears large crops of high yielding oil from small olives. This is suited to warmer areas where no chilling is required for fruit set. Excellent for hedging and screening. Grows very well in containers. Well suited to coastal areas. Self-fertile. (Evergreen)

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Olea europaea “Leccino” - (Hybrid Olive) Superb Tuscan oil selection. Especially tolerant of the cold once established. Excellent for lining drive-ways and avenues. Requires the pollinator Frantoio. Excellent street tree as no fruit without a pollinator. (Evergreen)

Olea europaea “Manzanillo” - (Hybrid Olive) Famous Spanish dual purpose variety. Excellent texture and great eating.One of the best pickling Olives. Small spreading tree. Great possibilities for pleaching as the branches spread outwards Not for cold areas. Requires the pollinator Frantoio. Excellent street tree as no fruit without a pollinator. (Evergreen) Olea europaea “Mission” - (Hybrid Olive)

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45L

3

P28

1.8-1.9

Olea europaea “Picholine” - (Cocktail Olive)

45L

2.1

Olea europaea “Picual” - (Hybrid Olive)

35L

2.4

45L

2.5

80L

3

A vigorous upright grower. Bears a heavy crop of smaller sized Olives which are best pickled. Grows well in the cooler regions. Self Fertile Evergreen 5ms

Produces high yields of smooth green Olives late in the season. Fruit used for pickling and oil. A semi erect habit with drooping branches. Pollinates Barnea and Leccino. Partially self-fertile. Cold hardy. Excellent for screening and hedging. (Evergreen)

Spain’s number 1 oil variety with high quality and quantity oil production. Excellent for screening and hedging, lining avenues and drive-ways. Cold hardy and tolerant of poorly drained soils. Not for humid regions. Self-fertile. (Evergreen)

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Olea europaea “Verdale� - (Hybrid Olive) A dual purpose French Olive. Good for pickling at the green fruit stage. A small compact grower well suited for hedging and screens. Self-fertile. (Evergreen)

Hgt m

P28 35L

1.8

45L

2

P18

1.2

25L

1.8

45L

2

P18

1.2

P28

1.5

25L

1.2

35L

1.8-2.5

45L

2

60L

2.4

35L

1.8

A word of inspiration Olea plants look great used as a hedge shown in the picture

OLEAR IA

- T HE TANGURU FAM I LY

Olearia albida - (Tanguru)

Coastal Bush Daisy Tree. Vigorous with an erect bushy growth habit. Thick dark green leaves are white underneath. Large white daisies in panicles through summer. Tolerant of dry sandy conditions and coastal exposure. (4m)

Olearia paniculata - (Akiraho, Golden Ake Ake) An excellent coastal hardy large bush or small tree. Vigorous with an erect habit suitable for screening or hedging. Lemon green coloured tough leaves are white underneath and have wavy margins. Fragrant inconspicuous summer flowers. Needs perfect drainage. (3m)

Olearia paniculata 'kaikoura' Dark green leaves with wavy margins. Excellent for screening or as a hedge. Tolerates hard coastal conditions and cold winters. Must have excellent drainage. Selected from Kaikoura in the South Island. Evergreen 2.5ms

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Osmanthus heterophyllus “Purpureus” - (Holly Olive)

60L

1.8

Ostrya carpinifolia - (Hop Hornbeam)

45L

2.5

Forms a small round headed tree. Bears ornamental clusters of green Hop like fruit on bare branches in late winter. Grey bark is marbled silver. Clear yellow autumn leaves. Tolerates sub-zero temperatures. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 8m)

60L

3.5

Parrotia persica - (Persian Ironwood)

P18

1.2

P28

1.2

25L

1.8

35L

1.4

45L

2.2

60L

2.5

80L

3

100L

3

45L

3.5

60L

3.5

80L

1.9

P18

1.2

P28

1.1

25L

1.2-1.8

35L

2.2

45L

1.8-3.3

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For more images and information please visit our website. leafland.co.nz Distinctive new leaves are glistening purple black and they contrast nicely against the mature shiny green leaves. Forms a dense upright growing bush. Tiny white spicy fragrant flowers are borne in autumn. Excellent as a frost hardy screen. Clips to any shape (Evergreen 2m)

Large growing shrub or small tree with a broad horizontal branch structure. Tough leaves which turn vibrant shades of orange, yellow, pink and scarlet in autumn. Withstands considerable drought and wind exposure. Stand-alone specimen, will clip into a hedge or train for pleaching. (Deciduous 5m) Grade shown - 80L

Paulownia tomentosa - (Princess Tree)

Broad spreading tree with a stout trunk and horizontal branches. Huge tropical-looking hairy leaves. Large, showy, fragrant violetblue flowers with darker spots and yellow throats adorn the bare branches in spring. Withstands moderate frosts and inland salty gales, not right on the coast. (Deciduous 8m) Phoenix canariensis - (Canary Island Date Palm) Forms a large Palm in the landscape towering over everything else with its erect trunk topped with a canopy of weeping green fronds. The leaves are spikey. The most hardy of all the Palms (15m)

Photinia “Red Robin” - (Christmas Berry) Large glossy green leaves are topped with shining red new ones. Clip regularly to promote this new growth. A tough and versatile large bush which clips easily as a hedge or screen and into any shape or other form. (Evergreen 2.5m)

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Picea pungens 'Glauca' -(Colorado Blue Spruce)

P18

0.5

P28

0.7

25L

0.8

Picea pungens 'Baby Blue' -(Colorado Blue Spruce)

25L

0.7

Pistacia chinensis - (Chinese Pistachio)

25L

1.5

45L

2.8

60L

3

80L

3.5

A narrow pyramidal form densely covered with rich blue green needle-like leaves. New growth is bright blue. Slow growing, enduring conifer. (Evergreen 3m in 10 years)

Seed produced from selected blue grey needled trees.A more dense and smaller growing Spruce. Performs better in colder climates.Makes a superb Christmas tree. (Evergreen 2.5m in 10 year)

Handsome small tree with elegant glossy green pinnate leaves. Upright grower with spreading branches make a perfect small shade tree. Vivid scarlet, crimson and orange leaves in autumn. Tolerant of alkaline soils. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 6m)

Notes:

'Platanus ori Fitzherbert'

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Pittosporum colensoi - (Rautawhiri)

P18

1.3

45L

2.7

Pittosporum crassifolium - (Karo, Turpentine Tree)

P18 P28 25L 35L 45L 60L 80L

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P18

1.3

P28

1.5

25L

1.8

35L

1.5

45L

2.4

80L

2.7

P18

1

25L

1.4

35L

1.8

45L

2

A small erect growing tree with large thick leathery green leaves and black stems. Vigorous and hardy tolerating a wide range of growing conditions. Purple flowers fragrance the air through spring. Excellent as a specimen tree, screen or hedge.(6m)

Forms a large shrub or small erect growing tree. White felted new shoots are covered with a dense layer of silver hair. Mature leaves are dark green and leathery. Purple flowers fragrance the air through mid-summer. Very tough coastal hardy specimen tree, screen or hedge. (3m) Pittosporum eugenioides - (Tarata, Lemonwood) Forms a large rounded small tree with large pale green leaves. They emit a lemony fragrance when crushed. Pale yellow flowers scent the air through late spring into summer. A quick growing hardy screen or shelter tree providing foliage right to the ground. (5m)

Pittosporum eug. “Variegatum� - (Variegated Tarata) Forms a large rounded bush with large pale green leaves irregularly margined with creamy white. They emit a lemony fragrance when crushed. Pale yellow flowers scent the air through late spring into summer. Easily grown, making a nice compact specimen tree with foliage right to the ground. (3m)

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Pittosporum ralphii - (Ralph’s Kohuhu)

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80L

3

P18

1.4

25L

1.6

35L

2

45L

2.5

60L

2.5

Forms a large shrub or small erect growing tree. White felted new shoots are covered with a dense layer of silver hair. Mature leaves are large, paler green and leathery. Moderately coastal hardy. Excellent trimmed as a screen. (3m)

Pittosporum tenuifolium - (Kohuhu, Black Matipo) Slender erect narrow pyramidal form with black branches and stems. Small glossy green leaves with wavy margins. Bright purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Quick and easy to grow in sun or shade. Can be clipped into any size or form. Excellent as a screen. (5m)

80L

3

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Jade” - (Kohuhu Cultivar)

35L

2.4

45L

2.2

Pittosporum t. “Mountain Green” - (Kohuhu Cultivar)

P18

1.2

25L

1.2

35L

1.8

45L

1.8

80L

2.9

25L

1.6

45L

2.4

P18

1.2-1.8

25L

1.5

45L

2.4

P18

1.3

P28

1

25L

1.1-1.6

35L

1.5

45L

1.7-2.6

80L

2.2

Lush jade green leaves are a feature of this smaller bushy grower. Excellent as a low screen or hedge. Quick growing and hardy. (Evergreen 2.5m)

Bushy erect grower with a rounded form. Small glossy fresh green leaves are tightly packed along the erect stems. Bright purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Quick and easy to grow in sun or shade. Can be clipped into any size or form. Excellent as a screen or hedge. (2.5m)

Pittosporum ten. “Mountain Jade” - (Kohuhu Cultivar) Bushy erect grower with a pyramidal form. Small glossy fresh green with a lime edge are tightly packed along the erect black stems. Bright purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Quick and easy to grow in sun or shade. Can be clipped into any size or form. (2.5m)

Pittosporum ten. “Silver Sheen” - (Kohuhu Cultivar) Slender erect narrow pyramidal form with black branches and stems. Small glossy pale silvery green shimmering leaves. Bright purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Quick and easy to grow in sun or shade. Can be clipped into any size or form. Excellent as a screen. (3m)

Pittosporum t. “Stephens Island” - (Kohuhu Cultivar) Selection from Stephens Is in the Deep South so tolerant of colder conditions and coastal areas. Forms dense rounded large bush or small tree with olive green leathery leaves. Bright purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Can be clipped into any size or form. Excellent as a screen. (4m)

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1.3

25L

1.2

35L

1.8

45L

2.4

80L

3.5

P18

1.4

P28

1.5

25L

1.5

35L

2

45L

2.5

80L

3

Pittosporum ten. “Little anita” - (dwarf kohukohu)

P18

40cm

Pittosporum ten. “Oliver Twist” - (kohukohu)

35L

2

Plagianthus regius - (Ribbonwood)

P18

1.8

P28

1.8

25L

2.2

35L

2.4

45L

2.7

60L

5

80L

5

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Pittosporum ten. “Tandara Gold” - (Kohuhu Cultivar)

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Slender erect narrow pyramidal form with black branches and stems. Small leaves are prominently splashed gold. Perfect for lightening up dark areas. Purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Quick and easy to grow in sun or shade. Can be clipped into any size or form. (3m)

Pittosporum ten. “Variegata” - (Kohuhu Cultivar) Slender erect narrow pyramidal form with greyish branches and stems. Long grey green leaves have broad creamy white margins. Perfect for lightening up dark areas. Bright purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Can be clipped into any size or form. Excellent as a screen. (3m)

Pittosporum ten. “Wrinkle Blue” - (Kohuhu Cultivar) Slender erect narrow pyramidal form with attractively rippled grey green glossy leaves. Purple spring flowers scent the air with their sweet fragrance. Quick and easy to grow in sun or shade. Can be clipped into any size or form. Excellent as a screen. (3m)

Balls

The only dwarf Pittosporum which grows wider than taller.Forms a very compact cushion of leaves. Ideal for garden edging and for container planting Evergreen 30cms

Compact upright grower with small wavy silvery green leaves and black stems.Dense bushy grower.Excellent hedging subject. Evergreen 2ms

Forms a graceful small tree of slender and upright habit. Semi evergreen in warm climates but deciduous in colder winters. Fresh green new spring leaves and lime green blossom en masse in spring are a feature. Tolerates exposed conditions. (5m) Grade shown is 45L

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Platanus acerifolia - (Hispanica, London Plane)

Grows rapidly to form a large round headed tree. Smooth mottled bark which peels off in large flakes. Large palmate leaves. Where space permits will form a handsome shade tree. Perfect for large lawns, parks, avenues, streets, etc. Can be pruned heavily. One of the few trees in the world to survive extreme conditions of poor soil, limited moisture, and pollution. (Deciduous 15m) Grade shown is 45L.

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2.7

45L

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60L

3.5

80L

4

100L

4

160L

4.8

200L

4.5

400L

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Platanus acerifolia “Pyramidalis� - (Upright London Plane) A more tidy and erect growing form of the above noted for its more symmetrical shape. Fits into tighter spaces avenues and streets. (Deciduous 10m)

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3.6

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100L

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2.8

45L

3.5

60L

3

80L

4

100L

4.2

160L

4

200L

6

60L

4

100L

5

35L

2.5

45L

3

60L

4

200L

4.5

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Platanus orientalis - (Oriental Plane)

Grows rapidly to form a large round headed tree. Bark peels off in large flakes to give a dappled appearance. Where space permits it forms a shade tree, perfect for large lawns, parks, avenues, streets, etc. Can be pruned heavily. Tolerant of pollution. (Deciduous 9m)

Platanus orientalis “Ace of Clubs” - (Oriental Plane) Grows rapidly to form a more upright form. Bark peels off in large flakes to give a dappled appearance. Large leaves are deeply divided. Golden autumn leaves. Forms a handsome shade tree, perfect for large lawns, parks, avenues, streets, etc. Can be pruned heavily. Tolerant of pollution. (Deciduous 9m)

Platanus orientalis “Autumn Glory” - (Oriental Plane) Grows rapidly to form a dense and compact round headed tree. The bark peels off in large flakes to give a dappled appearance. Smaller leaves are deeply lobed. Gold and orange autumn leaves. Forms a handsome shade tree, perfect for large lawns, parks, streets, etc. Tolerant of pollution. (Deciduous 6m)

Platanus orientalis “Fitzherbert”

This oriental Plane tree was developed for planting in the Manawatu and is now the feature tree in Fitzherbert Ave in Palmerston north. It was bred to withstand exposed windy conditions and the heavy clay soils. It develops into a compact upright pyramidal grower with deeply cut fingered leaves. Every tree grows the same size and at the same rate so is a perfect avenue tree. Another bonus of this clone is its ability to withstand disease. (Deciduous 7m) Grades shown are 45L & 60L.

Platanus orientalis “Alford Flame” - (Syn. digitata) A hardy select form of Oriental plane found in Canterbury. Deep green leathery leaves that colour up a brilliant red, orange and bronze early autumn with a clean leaf drop later in the autumn. Suitable for avenue, group and specimen planting.

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35L

2.5

45L

3

60L

3

80L

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160L

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45L

3

60L

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(Hardy, deciduous 7m)

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Platanus orientalis “Cashmeriana” - (Syn. digitata)

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25L

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This plane tree has long fingered lobes which makes this tree stand out from other Planes. Compact pyramidal grower with a dense growth habit. Deep green leaves. Sterile seeds. (Deciduous 7m)

PODOCARPUS

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Podocarpus gracilior - (Fern Pine)

Graceful tree from Kenya. Long narrow fresh green leaves clothe the slender supple branches. Perfect for espaliering. Can clip as a narrow growing screen. Excellent for containers and as a street tree. (Evergreen 2m)

Podocarpus henkelii - (Yellowwood)

South African species forming a large pyramidal growing tree. Shiny dark green narrow leaves clothe the pendent branches. Spring new shoots are a bright salmon pink. Protect from heavy frosts. (Evergreen 5m)

Podocarpus macrophyllus - (Japanese Yew, Chinese Yew) An upright grower with pale green slender leaves. Very tough evergreen conifer which can be clipped into nay shape and form. Can make very narrow and dense hedges and screens. Tolerant of semi-shade. Excellent street tree. (Evergreen 3m)

Podocarpus mannii - (Syn. Afrocarpus mannii, Fern Pine)

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35L

1.6

45L

2

60L

2.5

45L

1.9

45L

2.3-2.7

60L

2.5

A dense growing tree which trims well as a hedge. Long leaves are fresh green when young. Quick vigorous grower. (Evergreen 10m)

Podocarpus parlatorei - (Parlatore’s Podocarp) A fast growing conifer, native of South America. Makes an excellent hedge or screen as responds well to trimming. Light green new leaves mature shiny deep green. (Evergreen 10m)

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P18

1.3

P28

1.4

25L

1.7

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P ODOCARPUS

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Podocarpus totara - (Green Totara)

A tree of Mana, strength and durability. This tall straight pyramidal tree is covered with olive green to bronze needle like leaves. New leaves are a fresh green. Reddish brown bark peels in long strips. Very tough tree tolerating dry and windy conditions. Easily trimmed as a screen or hedge. Excellent street tree. (6m) Podocarpus totara “Aurea” - (Golden Totara)

35L

2.3

45L

2.3

80L

3.3

P18

1.2

25L

1.5

45L

2.2

Podocarpus totara “Matapouri Blue” - (Blue Totara)

35L

1.8

Poliothyrsis siensis - (Chinese Pearl Beauty)

P28

2

25L

2.6

35L

2.4-2.7

45L

2.7

25L

2.2

35L

2.7-3

45L

3-4.5

80L

5

P28

2

25L

2.5

35L

2.4

Similar growth habit to Totara but with more graceful branches. The golden yellow leaves are softer to touch and impart a beautiful glow in any garden. Very tough tree tolerating dry and windy conditions. Easily trimmed as a screen or hedge. Excellent street tree. (5m)

Steely blue-grey leaves are a feature of this Totara selection. Slow growing and smaller in stature, making it ideal for the smaller garden. Can be clipped into any shape and size. Ideal as a smaller screen. (Evergreen 3m)

A broadly conical tree. Attractively tinted leaves with cream coloured flowers in large panicles. A beautiful small tree suited to the home garden. (Deciduous 4m)

Poplar “Crows Nest” - (Lombardy Poplar Type) A very tall fast growing tree that remains tight and upright growing. An excellent screen which can be trimmed very narrow. Yellow autumn leaves. (Deciduous 10m)

Populus “Chiba” - (Columnar Poplar )

2016 release.A narrow upright fastigate form similar to Lombardy Poplar but rust resistant.Excellent for shelter,screening and lining driveways.Drought and wind tolerant once established. Unpalatable to possums and rabbits.Yellow autumn leaves. (Deciduous 12ms)

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Prumnopitys ferruginea - (Miro)

Most beautiful slow growing tree with very dark green feathery leaves. Mature trees bear attractive red fruit which Pigeons just adore. Grow in semi-shade. (Evergreen 6m)

Prumnopitys taxifolia - (Matai)

Very similar looking to Miro except during the juvenile stage when the bush bears a tangle of silvery and orange coloured branches. Mature trees bear black fruit. Will grow out in the open and tolerates drier soils than Miro. (Evergreen 6m)

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P18

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45L

1.9

60L

2.4

P18

1.2

25L

1.3

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Podocarpus totara (tōtara) is a species of podocarp tree endemic to New Zealand. The largest known living tōtara, the Pouakani Tree, near Pureora in the central North Island is over 35 meters tall and nearly 4 meters in trunk diameter at breast height. Other large trees are known in this area, while Whirinaki forest, to the east, but also on deep recent volcanic soils, has groves of very tall tōtara (over 40m in height). Tōtara is often found regenerating on farmland as it is not eaten by livestock

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PRUNUS

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Prunus “Billington” - (Japanese Plum)

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35L

1.8

35L

2.7

45L

1.8-2.7

60L

2.5,2.8

80L

3.3

Prunus almond “Monovale” - (Almond)

25L

2.6

Prunus “Amanogawa” - (Milky Way Cherry)

25L

2.4

35L

2.5

45L

2.5

80L

3.6

200L

4.2

Medium sized red meaty plum with excellent flavours. Ripens from Christmas and over a long period. Excellent all-purpose plum, for eating, jam, sauce, etc. Disease resistant. Partially self-fertile. Better crops when planted with Black Doris or Omega (Deciduous 3m) Prunus “Accolade” - (Flowering Cherry) Small tree with vase shape form and spreading branches. Yellow and orange autumn leaves. Semi double frilled rich pink flowers hang in clusters. Early September flowering. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

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Hard shell nuts with excellent flavour. A heavy cropper and good pollinator. Self-fertile and disease resistant. Prefers warm dry summers. (Deciduous 3m)

Fragrant clusters of fragrant semidouble pale pink flowers with deeper margins. Flowers late October. Orange and yellow autumn leaves. A tree for narrow spaces where height is required. Also for lining avenues and drive-ways. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

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Prunus cerasifera “Blireiana” - (Hybrid)

35L

2.2

Prunus “Burbank / Hawera” - (Plum Double)

35L

1.4

Prunus campanulata “Mimosa” - (Felix Jury Hybrid)

35L

2.4

45L

2.4

35L

2.5-3

L/W

45L

2.7,2.8,3

1.5

45L

2.8,3

1.7

45L

2.7-3.8

L/W

60L

3

L/W

80L

3

1.5

35L

1.5

45L

1.5,1.7

Beautiful hybrid between an ornamental plum and apricot giving a profusion of fragrant rose pink double blossom in late August. Rich claret red leaves persist though summer. A small rounded grower. Perfect for smaller gardens. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3.5m)

Hawera: Large, dark red plum with sweet, juicy flesh. Firm plum. Fruits mid season. Burbank: Large, round, dark red skin. Sweet, juicy, yellow flesh. Heavy cropper. Edible multi graft prunus.

Flowers in august with a profusion of rich pink blossom. The flowers are bunched in distinctive ball shaped clusters. The flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Coppery summer leaves. A small neat growing shade tree, well suited to the smaller garden. Does not set seeds. (Deciduous 4m)

Prunus campanulata “Felix Jury” - (Taiwan Cherry)

NZ-raised hybrid which flowers early September. Profuse display of larger deep rose red single blossom in pendulous clusters. Blossom is full of nectar to the delight of birds. Autumn leaves are a rich blend of red, gold and orange. Forms a small pyramidal upright tree. Perfect for the smaller garden and lining drive-ways. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m) Grade shown is 45L.

Prunus grafted on serrula interstem

Prunus campanulata “Felix Jury” - (On serrula interstem) Shining red peeling bark is an added feature. These Prunus trees have been grafted onto a Prunus serrulla interstem which will add an interesting mahanoy peeling bark. A real talking point as a feature tree with all year appeal feature to the trees

Did you know. In some areas of the world the trunks of the prunus serrulla are washed and polished with a rag to make them stay shiny! Left Image credit to: http://landscapeplants.oregonstate.edu/trunk-grafted-prunus-serrulata-prunusserrula

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35L

2.7,2.8

1.5

35L

2.7,3,3.5

1.7

45L

3

1.3

45L

3

1.5

45L

3

1.8

60L

3,3.8

1.5

80L

3.3

1.7

80L

3.5

1.8

80L

4

1.5

100L 35L

3.5

1.5

35L

2.2

35L

2.2

45L

3.5

1.7

60L

3.5

1.2

80L

3

1.2

35L

2

1.7

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Prunus campanulata “Superba” - (Taiwan Cherry)

Hybrid which flowers from late August. Profuse display of deep rose red single blossom in pendulous clusters. Blossom is full of nectar to the delight of birds. Forms a small pyramidal upright tree. Perfect for the smaller garden and lining drive-ways. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m) Grade shown is 45L.

Prunus domestica “Fortune” - (Plum)

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Very large, round, bright red plum with aromatic amber flesh. Very meaty, sweet and juicy. Fruits mid season. Pollinator is Santa Rosa. (Deciduous 3m)

Prunus hillieri “Spire” - (Flowering Cherry)

Densely branched narrow upright form with smaller leaves. Bronze spring leaves become green and turn red and orange in autumn. Becomes a cloud of dainty soft pink blossom in September contrasts against the reddish shoots. Perfect for small spaces, lining drive-ways. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m) Prunus “Kiku-Shidare Sakura” - (Cheal’s Weeping Cherry)

1.2

Branches arch before cascading to ground. Large double and frilly deep pink flowers are borne in clusters in early October. Bronze spring leaves are green through summer and scarlet in autumn. Graft height will determine ultimate height. (Deciduous)

Prunus laurocerasus - (Cherry Laurel, English Laurel) Vigorous hardy evergreen shrub with large shiny leaves. Long panicles of white flowers in spring. Dense growing screen or hedge, popular in formal gardens. Unpruned will form a wide spreading small tree. (Evergreen 5m)

25L

1.5

35L

1.3

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Prunus lusitanica - (Portugal Laurel)

Native to Spain and Portugal this small tree forms a pyramidal shape, with dark green leaves and reddish stems. Panicles of scented white flowers during Summer. An excellent subject to prune into any shape, form and size. We have these available as bushes or standards. Please contact us for standard heights as we have many different heights available. (Evergreen 5m)

Hgt m 1 1.2 1.3 1.5 1.8 1.8

25L 35L 45L 60L 80L

1.2 15,1.3 1.5 1.8 1.8

Prunus mume “Peggy Clarke”- (Flowering Japanese Apricot)

35L 45L

2.5 3

Prunus mume “The Geisha” - (Flowering Japanese Apricot)

45L

2.8

Prunus campanulata “Okame” - (Taiwan Cherry)

45L 60L 60L 80L

2.2,3,3.5 3 3.6 3.6,4

35L

1.8

35L

3.3

Omega: Medium sized red skin, juicy flesh fruit. Later season. Santa Rosa: Medium to large purple skinner fruit. Yellow tinged pink, juicy, tangy fruit.

Prunus padus - (Bird Cherry)

Tidy, upright grower. Masses of small, white, almond scented flowers in pendulous clusters. Glossy black summer fruit. (Deciduous 5m)

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One of the first blossom trees to flower in mid-winter. Delightfully fragrant claret rose single flowers with numerous central stamens appear on the bare branches. Very oriental looking and a great cut flower. Forms a small rounded bush. (Deciduous 3m)

Small tree with a compact rounded head and smaller leaves. Mass of bright carmine rose bell shaped single blossom hang in pendant clusters. Flowers early September. Blossom is full of nectar to the delight of birds. Bright orange autumn leaves. Perfect for the smaller garden. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 3m) Prunus “Omega / Santa Rosa” - (Plum Double)

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One of the first blossom trees to flower in mid-winter. Delightfully fragrant semi-double rose pink flowers on the bare branches. Very oriental looking and a great cut flower. Forms a small rounded bush. (Deciduous 3m)

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2.7

1.2

100L 100L

4.2 2.8

1.2 1.9

45L

3.5

Prunus “Purple King” - (Plum)

35L

1.9

Prunus “Reine Claude de Bavay” - (Plum)

35L

1.7

25L 35L

1.6 2.2

35L

1.7

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Prunus campanulata “Pink Cloud” - (Taiwan Cherry)

Delightful small, rounded neat headed tree with spreading branches. Perfect shade tree for a smaller garden. Clusters of soft pink pendant clusters hang from the branches in early August. Blossom is full of nectar to the delight of birds. Coppery green leaves all season. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m) Prunus “Pink Perfection” - (Flowering Cherry) Erect spreading vase shaped tree. Bronze new leaves are green through summer and orange in autumn. Fully double flowers with frilled margins are bright rosy pink in bud, open clear pink. Flowers late October into November. Perfect for lining drive-ways, avenues. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 6m) Prunus puddum - (Himalayan Cherry Tree) Flowers late winter. Bears a mass of deep pink, single flowers full of sugary nectar. Compact grower. (Deciduous 4m)

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Very large, purple skinned fruit with yellow flesh. Sweet and juicy. Fruits mid season. Cross pollinates with most other plums. An excellently performing plum for warmer regions. (Deciduous 3m)

European Greengage Plum. Self fertile. A heavy cropper which produces sweet and juicy smaller sized green plums. Fruits mid season. Well suited to warmer districts (Deciduous 2m)

Prunus salicina “Santa Rosa” - (Japanese Plum) Medium to large round crimson red plum. Yellow flesh is stained with pink. Sweet and juicy with excellent flavours. Ripens from end of January over a long period. All-purpose plum, for eating, jam, sauce, etc. Partially self-fertile. Better crops when planted with Black Doris or Omega. (Deciduous 3m) Prunus salicina “Burbank” - (Japanese Plum) Large, round, dark red skin. Sweet, juicy, yellow flesh. Heavy cropper mid season. (Deciduous 3m)

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Prunus salicina “Satsuma” - (Japanese Plum)

35L 45L

3.3 1.8

Prunus salicina “Shiro” - (Japanese Plum)

35L

1.8

Prunus sargentii - (Sargent’s Cherry)

80L 160L

4 3.3

Prunus sato-zakura “Kanzan” - (Flowering Cherry)

35L

2.7

1.7

45L

3

1.7

60L

3.7

1.7

80L

4.2

1.2

80L

3.7

1.7

160L

4

1.7

160L

4.8

1.8

200L

4.5

1.7

400L

5

1.7

160L

4

1.3

25L

2.4

35L

3

45L

3.2

80L

3

Medium sized fruit with a heart shape. Deep blood red skin and flesh. Meaty firm and juicy flavour. Makes the most superb jam. Fruits February. Lower spreading grower. Partially self-fertile. Better crops when planted with Santa Rosa (Deciduous 2.5m)

Large, golden, sweet and juicy plums. Fruits early in the season. Smaller growing tree. Pollinator is Santa Rosa. (Deciduous 3m)

A medium sized spreading tree with a rounded head. Large single dark pink flowers adorn the bare branches in early spring. Birds adore the small black summer fruit. Stunning red, orange and yellow autumn leaves. (Deciduous 6m)

Narrow erect vase shaped grower. Maroon buds open to large fully double purplish pink flowers held in drooping clusters. Bronze leaves emerge with the flowers to contrast nicely. Flowers late October. Red, orange and yellow autumn leaves. Perfect for lining avenues and drive-ways. (Deciduous 6m) Grade shown is 45L.

Prunus “Seaview Beauty” A beautiful, compact growing, early flowering hybrid raised in NZ. Rich pink bells in August. (Deciduous 4m)

Prunus serrula - (Paperbark Cherry)

Prized for the glistening, polished, reddish brown, and mahogany- like peeling bark. Long, narrow, serrated green leaves appear with the single white blossom in mid spring. Stunning yellow autumn leaves. Bare branches glow in the winter sun. Forms a small upright tree. (Deciduous 6m)

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Std m

35L 35L 35L 45L 45L 45L 45L 45L 45L 60L 60L 60L 80L

1.8 2.5 2.3 2 2.4 2.2 2.7 2.2 2.6 2.7 2.5 2.6 4

1.2 1.7 1.8 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.7 1.8 1.7 1.8 2 1.7

45L 60L

2.5 2.7

1.7 1.7

35L 45L 60L 80L 80L 100L 160L 25L

2.4 3 3.5 3.6 3 4.2 2.3

1.7,1.8 1.7,1.8 1.7 1.2 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.2

35L

2.2

1.7

45L

2.7

1.2

45L

2.5,3.4

1.7

60L

3.6

1.2

60L

2.5

1.7

25L

1.2

1

25L

1.4,1.5

1.2

35L

1.2

1

35L

1.5

1.2

45L

1.5

1.2

45L

1.6

1.5

45L

2

1.7

60L

1.9,2

1.7

80L

1.2

1

80L

2.2

1.7

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Prunus “Shimidsu-Sakura” - (Flowering Cherry)

One of the loveliest Flowering Cherries which grows into a small spreading tree with gracefully arching branches to form a flat top tree. Late October flowering. Pink buds open to fully double flowers of palest pink which fade to white, in pendulous clusters. Orange and red autumn leaves. (Deciduous 4m)

Prunus serrulata “Shirofugen” - (Flowering Cherry) Wide spreading Flat-topped flowering Cherry with tiered horizontal branches. The last Cherry to flower in the season early November. Fully double pale pink flowers age to lavender pink. Coppery bronze new leaves. Stunning autumn leaves of orange and red. (Deciduous 5m) Prunus “Shirotae” - (Mt Fuji Cherry) Strong growing, wide spreading, flat top cherry with tiered horizontal branches. Grows as wide as its height. Large fragrant, pure white single and semi-double flowers. Flowers in early October. Serrated green leaves turn yellow and orange in autumn. A superb shade tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Prunus sub. “Autumnalis Rosea” - (Flowering Cherry)

Compact tree with upright growing branches. Semi-double scented flowers are borne in dainty clusters from autumn to spring. Small flowers open paler from deep pink buds. Small deeply serrated leaves turn red and orange in autumn. Perfect for smaller gardens, Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m) Prunus sub. “Falling Snow” - (White Weeping Cherry)

Slender weeping tree, building up tiers of arching and gracefully pendant branches. Branches are smothered in mid spring with pink buds opening to small single blush pink flowers. Yellow and orange autumn leaves. Height of graft will determine ultimate height. (Deciduous) Grade shown is 45L.

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45L

2.7

25L

1.6

1.2

35L

1.5,1.7

1.2

35L

1.8

1.5

35L

2.2

1.7

45L

1.6

1.2

45L

1.8

1.5

45L

2.4

1.7

45L

2

1.8

60L

1.5

1.2

80L

1.5,1.7

1.2

80L

2.4

1.7

35L

2.2

1.7

45L

3

1.7

45L

2.3

60L

2.4

Prunus domestica “Sultan” - (Plum)

35L

1.5

Prunus “Tai Haku” - (Great White Cherry)

35L 45L 45L 60L 60L 80L 200L 45L

2.5 3.6 2.8 2.5 2.8 4 5 2.9

1.8 1.2 1.7,1.8 1.5 1.7 1.4,1.7 1.7 1.7

80L

3.5

1.6

80L

3

1.7

Prunus subhirtella “Peggy Wilson” - (Flowering Cherry) A smaller vase shaped tree with spreading branches, well suited to the smaller garden. Flowers very well in warmer climates. Becomes smothered with large palest blush pink blossom in mid-September. Orange and yellow autumn leaves. (Deciduous 4m)

Prunus subhirtella “Pendula Rosea” - (Rosebud Cherry) Slender willowy arching branches build up in tiers to create a wide spreading fountain effect. Branches are smothered in mid spring with deep pink buds opening to small single pink flowers. Yellow and orange autumn leaves. Height of graft will determine ultimate height. (Deciduous) Grade shown is 45L

Prunus subhirtella autumnalis “Southern Gem” Small, upright cherry. Dainty semi-double pale, blush-pink blooms in autumn. Specially grafted and trained for tub or pario culture. Tolerates root confinement. (Deciduous 4m)

Large red plum with red flesh. Very soft, sweet and juicy. Fruits early to mid season. Partially self-fertile. Smaller grower. (Deciduous 3m)

Tall spreading tree with a rounded crown. The very large pure white, slightly fragrant flowers are borne in large clusters in early October. The large leaves mature deep green through summer, turning yellow and orange in autumn. Spectacular blossom tree. (Deciduous 8m)

Prunus “Takasago” - (Flowering Cherry) Small upright growing, well suited to the smaller garden. In mid-October bears clusters of large double pendulous flowers. Buds are a mushroom pink colour which contrast nicely with the pale pink flowers. Bronzy green leaves through season which turn red in autumn. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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Prunus “Tangshi” - (Edible Sour Cherry)

Hgt m

35L

2.5

Prunus cera. “Thundercloud” - (Syn. nigra, Flowering Plum)

25L

2.2,2.4

35L

2.5

35L

3

60L

3.2

80L

3

45L

3

1.7

80L

3.3

1.7

80L

3.6

1.7

35L

2.8

45L

2.7

1.7,1.8

80L

3.6

1.7

160L

3.9

1.5,1.7

200L

3.5

1.7

25L 35L 35L 45L 45L 60L 80L 100L 100L 160L 160L 200L 400L

2.8 3 2.2 2.7 2.8 3.4 3,4 2.8 4 4-5 4 4-5 5

L/W 1.5 L/W Std L/W L/W Std 1.7 L/W Std L/W Std

35L

2.2

1.5

35L

2.6

1.7

45L

2.2

1.5

45L

2.4

1.7

60L

2.5

1.7

80L

3

1.5

80L

3

1.7

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Medium sized fruit are pale pink with a red cheek. A self-fertile variety which bears well in warmer climates. Smaller upright grower. Ripens late October. (Deciduous 4m)

Ornamental plum hybrid with year round interest. Black stems and branches are revealed through winter. Stems are wreathed in dainty pink blossom in early September. Leaves emerge smoky red and darken to purple-black. Colour persists all season. Upright grower. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Prunus “Ukon” - (Green Flowering Cherry)

Vase shaped tree with upright spreading branches. Soft pink buds open lime green and age to an antique green and pink colouring. Large double flowers are very unique and nestle among the bronze coloured emerging leaves. Flowers late September. Orange red to plum red autumn leaves. (Deciduous 5m) Prunus yedoensis - (Yoshino Cherry) Small graceful upright tree with arching branches. In early September becomes smothered with almond-scented blush white single blossom. Spectacular in full flower. Orange-red autumn leaves. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

Prunus yedoensis “Awanui” - (Hybrid Yoshino Cherry)

Erect vase shaped spreading grower. In mid-September becomes smothered in fragrant, blush pink single blossom, from deeper buds. An avenue of this cherry in full flower is an unforgettable sight. Yellow and orange autumn leaves. Excellent street tree, As planted down the roadway in the Palmerston North Esplande (Deciduous 5m) Grade shown is 35L.

Prunus yedoensis “Awanui” - (On serrula interstem) Shining red peeling bark is an added feature Refer to main listing for description

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Prunus yedoensis “Mountain Ice” - (White Yoshino Cherry) 80L

4.5

L/W

Prunus yedo. “Purpendens” - (Yoshino Weeping Cherry)

2.2

1.7 1.7 1.8 1.7 1.8 1.7 1.8

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A pure white flowering form of Prunus Awanui with all the same attributes. (Deciduous 5m)

Large spreading weeping tree bears horizontal branches that weep at their tips. Large blush pink to white single blossom smother the branches for at least three weeks in October. Gold, orange and red autumn leaves persist well into winter. (Deciduous 3m)

Prunus yedo. “Craiglea Rose” - (Hybrid Yoshino Cherry)

35L 45L 45L 60L 60L 80L 80L

Erect vase shaped spreading grower. In mid-September become smothered in fragrant, blush pink single blossom, from deeper buds. Very showy and vigorous grower. Perfect for lining drive-ways and avenues. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 7m)

Prunus yedoensis “Mountain Haze” - (Flowering Cherry) A small dome shaped tree with arching branches. The massed display of clusters of pure pink blossom with deeper pink eyes is striking. Flowers early spring. Orange, red and yellow autumn leaves. Perfect for the smaller garden. (Deciduous 4m)

2.3 2,2.6,2.4 2.5 2.5,2.6 2.4

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35L

2.5

1.5

45L

2.7,2.5,2.6

1.5

45L

2.5

1.7

60L

2.7

1.8

80L

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1.2

80L

2.5

1.2

The genus Prunus includes the almond, apricot, cherry, peach and plum, all of which have cultivars developed for commercial fruit and nut production. The edible part of the almond is the seed; the almond fruit is a drupe, not a true nut. Many other species are occasionally cultivated or used for their seed and fruit.

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Pseudopanax arboreus - (Puahou, Five Finger) Forms a small rounded tree with an open habit and spreading framework of slender stems. Large glossy handsome leaves. Decorative bunches of black berries which birds relish. A very versatile plant which is very hardy. Can be pruned to any size. (3m)

Pseudopanax cr. “Fiddlesticks� - (Lancewood Hybrid) Long narrow leaves adorn the upright slender stems. Leaves are brilliantly coloured orange, gold and pink. A very hardy shrub creating a vertical accent in the landscape. Slow sturdy grower. (Evergreen 3m)

Pseudopanax crassifolius - (Horoeka, Lancewood) Narrow growing small tree with a tall erect trunk. Juvenile leaves are long and narrow and hang from the main trunk. After many years the foliage changes to a small head of leaves.Focal point where a hardy dramatic tree is required where there is very little space. (4m)

Pseudopanax Dreamtime

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1.7

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1.8

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Pseudopanax ferox - (Horoeka, Toothed Lancewood) A narrow growing small tree with a tall erect trunk. Juvenile leaves are short and narrow, distinctly toothed and hang from the main trunk. After many years the foliage changes to a small head of leaves. Excellent focal point where a hardy dramatic tree is required where there is very little space. (3m) Pseudopanax laetus - (Five Finger) A tropical looking large multi stemmed shrub. Is clothed in large leathery glossy deep green leaves. Decorative bunches of black berries in spring which birds relish. A very versatile plant which is very hardy. Can be pruned to any size. (3m)

Pseudopanax less. “Linearifolius” - (Hybrid Houpara)

A handsome shrub with an erect narrow form. The tough leathery green leaves are divided into narrow segments giving the bush a light airy appearance. Prefers a dry position and is coastal hardy. Excellent as filler or as a dense screen. Can be pruned to any size. (2.5m) Pseudopanax les. “Moa’s Toes” - (PVR, Hybrid Houpara) Leathery leaves are strongly lobed to resemble Moa’s Toes. Colour is a blend of green and purple. Upright bushy grower. Coastal and drought hardy. Protect from heavy frosts. (Evergreen 2m)

Pseudopanax less. “Cyril Watson” - (Hybrid Houpara) Distinct low growing hybrid with a compact bushy habit. Very thick and leathery broad leaves. Prefers a dry position and is coastal hardy. Excellent as filler or in a container. Slow growing, never out grows its position. (2m)

Pseudopanax less. “Dark Star”- (Hybrid Houpara) Handsome narrow growing shrub with erect stems. Very dark green leathery leaves are margined with bronze. A great choice for small spaces. Excellent hardy filler which will grow anywhere including coastal. (2m)

Pseudopanax less. “Gold Star”- (Hybrid Houpara)

P18

1

25L

.1

P18

1,1.2

25L

1.6,2

25L

2.2

35L

2

45L

2.4

P28

1.4,1.5

45L

2.2

P18

0.9,1

25L

1.2,1.3

25L

1.3-2.5

35L

2.4,2.2

25L

1

Was found and raised by Midland Horticulture of Palmerton North, New Zealand.It is a small growing compact bushy shrub which grows to 2.4–3 m high. It has golden variants in the centre of the leaves. The margins are slightly wavy and are up to 2.5 cm long. It has scented dark maroon male flowers in spring.(3m)

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1.7

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Pseudopanax lessonii - (Houpara, Coastal Five Finger) A dense bushy shrub with tough leathery green leaves. Prefers a dry position and is coastal hardy. Excellent as filler or as a dense screen. Can be pruned to any size. (3m)

Pseudopanax lessonii “Purpurea” - (Hybrid Houpara)

25L

1.3,1.2

35L

1.8

Pseudopanax lessonii “Sabre”- (Hybrid Houpara)

P18

1.2

25L

1.8,1.5

35L

2.5

45L

2.2

Pseudopanax lessonii “Telstar” - (Hybrid Houpara)

25L

2,1.3,1.8

45L

2.7,2.6

Pseudopanax lessonii “Trident” - (Hybrid Houpara)

25L

2.2

35L

1.6

45L

2.5,2.7,2.2

A dense bushy compact growing shrub with glossy purple palmate leaves. The older leaves are very dark green. Prefers a dry position and is coastal hardy. Excellent as a filler or as a dense screen. Can be pruned to any size. (2.5m)

An erect narrow grower with long lance shaped leaves. The leaves point downwards from the purplish stems. Dark green leathery leaves have an orange midrib and reddish brown edges. Prefers a dry position and is coastal hardy. Excellent as a focal point or in narrow spaces. (3m)

A dense bushy shrub with tough leathery green palmate leaves which are finely cut. Prefers a dry position and is coastal hardy. Excellent as filler or as a dense screen. Can be pruned to any size. (3m)

An erect shrub with a small trunk from which arises many upward growing branches. Is densely clothed with three lobed tough leathery green leaves. Prefers a dry position and is coastal hardy. Excellent as filler, to line driveways or as a street tree. Can be pruned to any size. (3m)

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Pyrus betulaefolia “Autumn Leaves” - (Birchleaf Pear) Slender smaller growing tree with graceful weeping side branches. They are clothed with shimmering green leaves, the effect being a cascade of leaves. Mass of fragrant white Hawthorn like flowers in early spring. Scarlet autumn leaves. (Deciduous 5m)

Pyrus calleryana “Aristocrat” - (Ornamental Pear) Pyramidal growing tree with an open form and spreading branches that can be trained to grow horizontal. Profusion of white flowers in early spring. Reddish purple new spring leaves mature glossy green and turn red in autumn. Tolerant of poor drainage and pollution. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 10m) Pyrus calleryana “Bradford” - (Ornamental Pear)

Pyramidal growing tree with densely packed branches, can be easily trained into standard forms. A profusion of early spring blossom is a stunning feature. Glossy green leaves turn red, orange and maroon in autumn. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 10m) Pyrus cal. “Candelabra” - (PVR, Ornamental Upright Pear) A dense columnar growth habit making it ideal for avenues, streets and smaller spaces. Lustrous dark green leaves turn vibrant shades of red and orange through autumn. Very wind tolerant. Grows in both dry and poor soils plus heavy intermittently wet soils. (Deciduous 10m)

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35L

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45L

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60L

4.5

25L

2.5

35L

2.5

35L

2.7

45L

3.3

25L

2.6

35L

2.8

60L

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Pyrus calleryana “Kea” - (Ornamental Pear)

A smaller growing multi branched tree with a dense bushy growth habit. Glossy green leaves turn to a blend of burgundy and green over summer. This colouring intensifies to red through autumn. Can be readily clipped into any shape or form. Tolerates both dry and heavier wet soils. (Deciduous 6m) Pyrus salicifolia “Pendula” - (Weeping Silver Pear)

Slender weeping stems with silvery grey bark. The Willow like leaves are silvery white in spring, becoming grey green in summer. Forms tiers of weeping branches to become a large weeping tree but can be easily clipped to stay smaller. Withstands strong winds and drought conditions. (Deciduous 3m) Grades shown are 35L & 45L

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35L

2.8,3

45L

3.3

35L

1.8

1.4

35L

2,2.1

1.5

35L

2.2,2.7

1.5

35L

2.6

1.7

45L

1.8,2.3,2.2

1.5

45L

2.2

1.6

45L

2.8

1.7

60L

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1.5

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Quercus acutifolia- (Mexican Species)

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Small thin leaves are a feature of this Oak. Dense grower which can be clipped as a screen or hedge. Cold hardy in temperate climates. (Evergreen 6m)

Quercus acutissima - (Sawtooth Oak) A medium sized pyramidal shaped tree. Beautiful polished long leaves are margined with bristle teeth. Yellow autumn leaves turn golden brown by winter and persist as a jacket on the tree until late winter. Very quick grower. Produces bitter acorns. (Deciduous 20m) Quercus afares - (Algerian Oak) Tough vigorous, broadly spreading Oak from Northern Africa. Develops corky bark and bears plentiful crops of acorns. Tolerates dry coastal sites. Semi-evergreen in warm climates. (Deciduous 20m)

Quercus affinis - (Mexican Oak)

A vigorous growing columnar tree with smaller lanceolate glossy green leaves. New spring growth is bronze red. Supple slender stems lend themselves to training horizontally for espaliering and pleaching. Can be easily clipped into standards and other forms. (Evergreen 10m)

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An easily grown medium sized rounded tree. Glossy leaves are felted with grey beneath. Copper coloured autumn leaves. Produces acorns. Tolerant of moist soils. Grows well on the edge of water. (Deciduous 20m)

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60L

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80L

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Quercus canariensis - (Mirbeck’s Oak)

25L

1.5-2.5

35L

1.8,2.5

45L

2.7

60L

3.6,4

200L

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25L

2.5

35L

3.2

45L

3

60L

3.5

100L

4.5

P18

2.2

25L

2.2

35L

2.3-3

45L

3.1-3.6

60L

3.7,3.5

80L

4.5,4.2

160L

4.5,4.2

P28

1.8-2.2

25L

2.2-2.7

35L

2.7

45L

2.5-3.5

60L

3.6,4

60L

4.5,3.5

80L

3.5,3.6,4

100L

5,4

160L

4

200L

4

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Quercus bicolor - (Swamp White Oak)

A handsome large fast growing tree. Grey deeply fissured bark. Glossy green leaves turn yellow and brown through autumn. Can be semi-deciduous in warm climates. Large crops of acorns. Grows equally well on light and heavy soils. Tolerant of dry coastal sites. (Deciduous 15m) Quercus canariensis x robur - (Mirbeck’s English Oak) One of the hardiest Oaks tolerating strong winds and drought conditions,once established.Think glossy green leaves through summer,turning yellow in autumn.Produces copious quantities of acorns Deciduous 15ms

Quercus cerris - (Turkey Oak)

Fast growing Oak is coastal hardy. Makes a wide spreading tree of noble proportions. Rich green oblong lobed leaves turn yellow in autumn. Excellent for both shelter and as a specimen tree. Produces large crops of acorns. (Deciduous 10m) Grade shown P95

Quercus coccinea - (Scarlet Oak)

North American species, considered the most brilliantly coloured Oak with its fiery scarlet autumn leaves which persist well into winter. Forms a stately specimen with an open branching structure which allows lawn to grow underneath. More narrow growing than most Oaks. (Deciduous 10m)

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Quercus ellipsoidalis - (Northern Pin Oak)

25L

1.8,2

35L

2.2,2.8

Quercus felipensis - (Syn. crassifolia)

45L

2.7,3

Quercus furfuracea - (Mexican Species)

35L

3.6

45L

3.5

25L

1.4

35L

1.2

0.7

35L

1.6

1.2

35L

1.8

1.5

35L

2

1.6

35L

1.6

Bushy

45L

2

1

45L

2

1.2

60L

1.4,2.4

200L

2.5

60L

3.2

80L

3.6

A member of the Red Oak family. Grows into a medium sized tree with a cylindrical form and rounded head. Glossy green deeply cut leaves turn scarlet, yellow and bronze in winter. Tolerant of strong prevailing winds. Suits dry, and poor sandy soils. (Deciduous 10m)

Mexican species with long thick green leaves, heavily felted white on the undersides. Bright red new spring leaves are a startling feature. A compact upright grower. Coastal and drought hardy. (Evergreen 12m)

Is clothed in thick leathery olive green leaves. Coastal hardy. (Evergreen)

Quercus ilex - (Holm Oak)

Forms a large tree with a dense wide spreading crown. Small leathery leaves are dark green with grey undersides. Coastal and drought hardy. With its dense form and smaller leaves can clip into a tough hedge or screen. Excellent for training into topiary forms. (Evergreen 15m) Grade shown is 80L.

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Quercus kelloggii- (Californian Black Oak) A large broadly spreading tree. Glossy green leaves are thick and leathery,coppery coloured when they open.Brilliant orange,red and yellow autumn leaves. Deciduous 15ms

FACT

The common English Oak (Quercus robur) can support hundreds of different species, including 284 species of insect and 324 taxa (species, sub-species, and varieties) of lichens living directly on the tree. These in turn provide food for numerous birds and small mammals. The acorns of oak trees (which don’t usually appear until the tree is around 40 years old) are food for dozens of species, including wild boar (and now more commonly pigs), jays, pigeons, pheasants, ducks, squirrels, mice, badgers, and deer.

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Quercus laurina - (Mexican Species)

A vigorous growing columnar tree with smaller lanceolate glossy green leaves. New spring growth is bronze red. Supple slender stems lend themselves to training horizontally for espaliering and pleaching. Can be easily clipped into standards and other forms. (Evergreen 10m)

Quercus mexicana - (Mexican Species) An open round headed tree with smaller green leaves. Coastal and drought tolerant. (Evergreen)

Quercus palustris - (Pin Oak)

A neat pyramidal habit with spreading branches that will weep to the ground. Glossy green deeply cut leaves turn scarlet, yellow and bronze in autumn. Tolerant of wet soils and strong winds. (Deciduous 10m) Grade shown is 100L.

Quercus petraea x robur - (Hybrid English Oak) This handsome full canopy shade tree differs from robur with its long stalked, broadly oval, large leaves. Clusters of oval acorns are a feature. Coastal and drought hardy. (Deciduous 15m)

45L

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45L

3.3,3.6

60L

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P18

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P28

2.2

25L

2.2

35L

3,2.5,3.5

45L

2.7-3.8

60L

2.7-4.5

80L

3.5-4.5

100L

3.3-4.5

160L

3.6-5

200L

4.6,5

P28

2.4,2.5

25L

2.2,2.4,2.7

35L

2.5,3.5

45L

3

80L

4.2

200L

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Quercus robur - (English Oak)

P18 P28 25L 35L 45L 60L 80L 100L 160L 200L

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Quercus robur “Fastigiata� - (Columnar English Oak)

P28

2.2-2.8

25L

2-3.3

35L

2-3.6

45L

2.8-4

60L

3.6-4

80L

4-4.2

100L

3-5

200L

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P28

2,2.2

25L

2-3

35L

2.4-3.4

45L

3-3.6

60L

2.5-3.7

80L

3.6-4.2

100L

4.2

160L

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60L

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The classic Oak, famed for its broad shape, deep fissured bark and characteristic acorns. Lime green leaves in spring mature dark green. The leaves turn yellow in autumn and persist into winter. Ideal for parks, paddocks, lining avenues and as a magnificent specimen tree. (Deciduous 20m) Grade shown is 80L.

Neat tight columnar habit, like a Lombardy Poplar. Perfect for restricted spaces where height is required. Dark green leaves turn yellow and copper in autumn, then brown in winter. Plant as a screen, to line avenues and driveways or a focal point. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 12m)

Quercus rubra - (Northern Red Oak)

Large broad headed tree. Red new leaves mature to large deep green leaves. Ruddy red and yellow autumn leaves. Becomes a highbranched, wide spreading tree with a deep rooting system allowing lawn and other plants to be grown underneath. Produces acorns. Not for alkaline soils. (Deciduous 12m)

Quercus rubra Maxima - (American Oak) Grows into a large broadly columnar form with horizontal wide spreading branches. Large leaves are rich red in spring, green in summer and turning dark ruddy red to brown in autumn (Deciduous 6m)

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1.2

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1.2

60L

2.5,3

1.5

80L

2.7

1.7

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Quercus suber - (Cork Oak)

Medium sized with a dense crown. Thick fissured corky bark is a feature. Small oval toothed leaves are dark green with grey undersides. Coastal and drought hardy. Smaller leaves can clip into a tough hedge or screen. Ideal for training into topiary forms. Excellent street tree. (Evergreen 15m) Grade shown is 35L.

Quercus xalapensis - (Xalapa Oak)

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35L

2.4

Radermachera sinica - (China Doll, Emerald Tree)

35L

2.5

Raphiolepsis cosmic white

P28

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From the Red Oak family hailing from central America to Mexico.A large growing tree with lance shaped leaves (Deciduous 15m)

A handsome tree from China. Erect stems are covered in bipinnate glossy green leaves. Excellent quick growing narrow screen. Can be cut back severely to renew growth quickly. Tolerates only moderate frosts. Excellent container plant. Has white trumpet like hanging flower in late summmer (Evergreen 3m)

A low dense bushy shrub which will grow in sun or shade. Bears a profusion of clusters of large white flowers through spring and summer.Tolerates coastal winds and dry positions once established Evergreen 1.3ms

Rhopalostylis sapida - (Nikau Palm) Elegant and graceful slow growing palm. Grows best in a shady sheltered spot in moist soil but will grow out in the open (the leaves won’t be as lush). Looks best planted in groups. Frost tender. (Evergreen 4m)

Rhopalostylis cheesemanii - (Kermadec Island Nikau)

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100L

2.2

45L

1.3

Differs from the Nikau by having larger and longer fronds and larger flower heads. Frost tender . (Evergreen 3m)

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RO B IN IA THE LOCUST FAMILY

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Robinia Lace Lady

Robinia pseudoacacia “Frisia” - (Golden Locust)

35L

2.2-2.7

45L

2.7

Robinia pseudoacacia “Lace Lady” - (Twisty Baby Locust) 25L

1.5

One of the most brilliantly coloured yellow foliaged trees. Forms a neat rounded head on a sturdy trunk. Burnished yellow spring leaves mature golden yellow and this colour is maintained until leaf drop. Tolerant of heat, drought and pollution. Ideal for the smaller garden. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m) Grade shown is 45L.

Rich blue-green pendulous leaves cover stems which are uniquely contorted and twisted. This small standard tree fits into oriental inspired gardens or formal gardens as feature plants. Ideal for container planting. Soft yellow autumn leaves. Tolerates heat and drought. (Deciduous 2m)

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2.2,2.7

1.7

45L

2.5

1.4

45L

2.5

1.5

45L

2.5,2.7

1.7

60L

2.8

1.5

60L

2.5

1.7

80L

3

1.5

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Robinia pseudo. “Umbraculifera” - (Robinia ‘Mop Top’)

A dwarf bush grafted on a standard to give height. Forms a rounded mound of small twiggy stems which are covered with soft green lacy pinnate leaves. Yellow autumn leaves. Tolerates heat and drought. Height of standard will determine ultimate height. (Deciduous) Grade shown is 45L.

Alectryon excelsa

Titoki

Callistemon spp

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Pittosporum tenufolium

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Salix babylonica - (Weeping Willow)

Arching wide spreading branches that weep to the ground. Branches are polished brown and are covered with slender deep green leaves with blue-grey undersides. Slender catkins appear with new spring leaves. Wonderful paddock or park shade tree, or for wet areas next to water. (Deciduous 9m) Salix caprea “Pendula” - (Kilmarnock Willow)

This dwarf female Pussy Willow with a weeping umbrella form is grafted on a stout trunk. Excellent small tree for moist areas and small gardens. Large silver Catkins adorn the bare branches in late winter. Large green coarse leaves are blue green underneath. Leaves turn yellow in autumn. (Deciduous 2m) Salix matsudana “Pendula” - (Weeping Hankow Willow) A gracefully pendulous, fast growing weeping tree with fine cascading branches covered in slender green leaves. A large spreading adaptable tree which will grow almost anywhere including waterlogged soils. (Deciduous 10m)

Salix vitellina “Pendula Aurea” - (Golden Weeping Willow) Graceful tree with arching wide spreading branches that weep to the ground. Golden yellow branches are covered with slender soft green leaves.. Wonderful paddock or park shade tree, or for wet areas next to water. (Deciduous 8m)

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2.7

45L

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1.7

80L

1.8

1.7

160L

2

P28

3

25L

3

35L

3.5

45L

3.5

60L

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Sapium sebiferum - (Chinese Tallow Tree, Syn. Triadica sebifera) Forms a small upright tree with an open canopy of spreading branches. Heart shaped leaves turn vibrant autumn colours of yellow, orange and ruby red, even in warm climates. Long greenish tassel flowers are produced in abundance in late spring. Shallow rooting. Drought resistant. (Deciduous 5m) Sarcococca ruscifolia - (Christmas Box Tree) Forms a dense neat clump of shining green leaves. Tiny fragrant white flowers in winter followed by crimson red berries. Will grow in dry, cold, shady and draughty positions. Excellent as a small hedge or in containers. (Evergreen 1m)

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Schinus molle - (Pepper Tree)

Wide spreading shade tree for temperate areas. Bright green pinnate leaves with a distinctive peppery fragrance cover the graceful willowy branches. Solid heavy limbs are safe to climb and build tree huts in. Adaptable enough to tolerate both drought and poorly drained soils, also light frosts. (Evergreen 6m) Sequioa sempervirens Korbel - (Californian Redwood) A selection which is more compact and smaller growing. Forms a bushy conical tree.Quick growing. Well suited for growing as a shelter belt.Prefers damp soil in a sheltered area Evergreen 10ms

Sequoia sempervirens - (Coast Redwood) A stately tree of pyramidal form, one of the most handsome conifers. Noted for its longevity. Quick growing this conifer likes adequate moisture in free draining soil. Straight towering trunks are covered in thick reddish brown bark. (Evergreen 8m in 10 years)

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Willows all have abundant watery bark sap, which is heavily charged with salicylic acid, soft, usually pliant, tough wood, slender branches, and large, fibrous, often stoloniferous roots. The roots are remarkable for their toughness, size, and tenacity to life, and roots readily sprout from aerial parts of the plant.

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Sophora chathamica - (Coastal Kowhai) Bears a profusion of golden yellow flowers from late winter to spring. Does not go through a juvenile tangle of shoots. Larger leaves are more densely packed on the stems. Very hardy, tolerant of dry and windy positions. (6m)

Sophora chathamica “Milligold” - (Weeping Kowhai) Wide spreading bushy grower with strong weeping branches clothed in dark green leaves that will weep to the ground. Bears a profusion of short lemon yellow flowers in spring which attracts nectar seeking birds. Excellent for espaliering and cascading from a large container. (2m)

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Sophora godleyi “Goldie’s Mantle” - (Kowhai)

Selected weeping Kowhai with graceful arching pendulous branches producing clusters of golden flowers in a shower effect. Spring flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Grow in sun or semi- shade, not too dry. Looks lovely sited overlooking water. (3m) Sophora longicarinata - (Kowhai) A distinct Kowhai found on the limestone hills of Takaka in the Nelson province. Forms a slender small tree with tiny fresh green leaves. Large pale yellow flowers which nectar seeking birds adore. Excellent street tree. (3m)

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A Chilean species with glossy deep green leaves on arching branches. Short yellow bell shaped flowers are borne in profusion in spring. They attract nectar seeking birds. Suits a smaller garden as more erect growing. (3m)

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Sophora fulvida - (Kowhai)

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A wide spreading bushy grower with dense foliage. Bears a profusion of lemon yellow flowers in mid-winter which attract nectar seeking birds. Will stand cold conditions and coastal winds. (2m)

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Sophora tetraptera - (Large Leaved Kowhai)

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Sophora microphylla - (South Island Kowhai)

Has a tangled mass of branches when young but develops into a medium sized tree with gracefully arching and spreading branches and small leaves. Golden yellow spring flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Grow in sun or semi-shade, not too dry. Looks lovely sited overlooking water. (5m)

Sophora microphylla “Sun King” - (Kowhai)

A smaller growing Kowhai with a neat spreading form, making a perfect small shade tree for a suburban garden. Small greyish-green leaves tolerate moderate coastal conditions and dryness. Large golden-yellow spring flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Excellent street tree. (3m)

Sophora molloyi “Dragon’s Gold” - (Molloy’s Kowhai)

Larger leaves and larger flowers are the distinguishing characteristics of this Kowhai. A slender small tree with an airy graceful form. Golden yellow spring flowers attract nectar seeking birds. Grow in sun or semi-shade, not too dry. Looks lovely sited overlooking water. (4m)

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Sorbus aria “Lutescens” - (Silver Whitebeam) Compact small upright tree with a pyramidal form. Bold rounded leaves are covered with a dense layer of white hairs to give the leaves a silvery look. Grey green leaves through summer, turning yellow in autumn. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

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Erect growing tree with a compact oval crown. Grey green pinnate leaves turn light orange in autumn. White flowers in late spring develop into large bunches of bright red oval fruit from late summer. Grows best in climates with cold winters. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 5m)

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Sorbus devoniensis - (Devon Whitebeam)

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Sorbus “Ghose” - (Naga Mountain Ash)

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Styrax japonica - (Japanese Snowbell)

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Sorbus aucuparia “Scarlet King” - (Rowan)

Compact oval rounded form. Large rounded green leaves are grey beneath. Yellow autumn leaves, White flowers in spring are followed with bunches of brownish speckled fruits from late summer. (Deciduous 8m)

Sorbus folgneri - (Whitebeam)

Graceful small tree with spreading branches. Narrow green leaves are grey underneath. Vivid autumn leaves of amber, orange and red. Dark red berries hang in clusters from late Summer, well into Winter, until devoured by birds. Grows best in climates with cold winters. (Deciduous 4m)

A beautiful small tree of erect habit. Beautiful heavily cut green leaves have silvery undersides. Small rose red fruit are borne in large bunches from late summer and persist well into winter until devoured by birds. Grows best in climates with cold winters. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 4m)

Small oriental tree with a slender trunk and wide spreading fan-like branching structure. Can be used for pleaching. Fragrant white bell shaped flowers with golden stamens hang gracefully beneath the branches in early Summer. Yellow Autumn leaves. (Deciduous 4m)

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Styphnolobium japonicum - (Pagoda Tree) (Syn. Sophora japonica)Broad Headed tree with smooth stems and branches which become gnarled with time. Creamy white summer flowers and deep green leaves good wide spreading shade tree or in an oriental inspired garden, tolerates dry climates once established. (Deciduous 6m)

Styphonlobium jap. Pendula - (Weeping Pagoda Tree) The weeping Japanese Pagoda Tree is a picturesque weeping tree with stiff drooping branches. It is formed by grafting the pendulous variant onto stems of the ordinary form at about 3m (10ft). This forms a natural arbour. (Deciduous 10m)

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Syagrus romanzoffiana - (Queen Palm) A tall elegant quick growing Palm for temperate areas. The trunk remains narrow to give wonderful height with a canopy of deep green upright and spreading fronds. Soft leaves. Tolerant of strong winds and some coastal. (15m)

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Shapely pyramidal tree with soft green feathery spring leaves. The leaves turn russet and gold in autumn and persist well into winter. Will grow in up to 60cms depth of water. But will thrive in all marshy ground and in ordinary garden soil as well. (Deciduous 15m) Grade shown is 25L

Taxodium dis. “Cascade Falls - (Weeping Bald Cypress) A small weeping tree with branches that weep straight down to the ground. Soft green feathery new leaves turn russet in autumn. Perfect for the smaller garden. Useful for damp low spots to soak up moisture. Graft height will determine ultimate height. (Deciduous)

Taxus baccata - (English Yew)

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Taxodium distichum - (Bald Cyprus, Swamp Cypress)

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Almost black green glossy leaves on a slow growing, but enduring small tree. Perfect for formal plantings as can be clipped into any topiary shape, be it a screen, ball, sphere, column, animal or whatever takes your fancy. (Evergreen 3m)

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Taxus baccata “Fastigiata” - (Irish Yew)

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Erect columnar growth which slowly forms a narrow upright column of closely packed branches. Small blackish green leaves. Remains narrow without the need for clipping. The perfect formal specimen

Teucrium fruticans

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Small hardy bushy shrub with silver grey leaves and pale blue flowers. Very fast growing and will clip into any form. Tolerates dry soils and coastal winds. Excellent for hedging in well drained soils.Evergreen 1.5ms Photo: By A. Barra - Own work, GFDL, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index. php?curid=3964948

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Thuja occidental. “Pyramidalis” - (Pyramidal White Cedar) Very erect columnar growth with flattened fan-like sprays. Reliable, enduring and quick growing conifer with deep green leaves. Makes a superb narrow screen that never requires trimming. Great as a focal point or to line avenues and driveways. Superb container plant. (Evergreen 5m) Grade shown 45L.

Thuja occidentalis “Smaragd” - (Emerald Thuja)

A shorter and finer leafed version of the above. Leaves are fresh green. Densely forms a narrowly conical habit. Is very reliable and quick growing. Excellent for screens and focal points. Superb container plant. (Evergreen 3m) Grade shown is 45L.

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Thuja plicata - (Western Red Cedar) Great shelter tree providing permanent shelter and privacy. Bronzy green leaves. Quick growing with a nice pyramidal bushy form that requires little pruning. Hardy to wind and drought. Canker resistant. Cattle can eat the foliage without coming to any harm. (Evergreen 12m)

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FACT

Mature trees that are “properly placed around buildings” can protect a household from excessive exposure to the sun or wind. According to the U.S. Forest Service, such tree cover can conserve air conditioning use by 30 percent and heating use by 20 to 30 percent. But wait, there’s more! The Service also states that “healthy, mature trees add an average of 10 percent to a property’s value.” Sounds like a win-win.

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T ILIA THE LIME OR LINDEN FAMILY

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Tilia amurensis - (Amur Lime / Linden) One of the first trees to leaf in early spring. Small lime green heart shaped leaves. Slowly forms a dense headed umbrella shaped tree. Pale yellow sweetly scented flowers in summer. (Deciduous 15m)

Tilia cordata - (Small Leaved Lime)

Green through summer, yellow in autumn. Forms a dense pyramidal tree with masses of pale yellow sweetly scented flowers in summer. These attract bees. The pliable branches can be trained along wires for pleaching. Also can be grown as a hedge. (Deciduous 15m) Grade shown is 45L.

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Tilia europaea - (Common Lime)

Forms a large umbrella shaped tree with green heart shaped leaves. They turn yellow in autumn. Produces a mass of pale yellow flowers in summer which bees are attracted to. Perfect park tree and for large avenues Can be used for pleaching. (Deciduous 15m)

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Tilia tomentosa “Petiolaris” - (Weeping Silver Lime)

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Tilia platyphyllos - (Broad Leaf Lime)

Forms a large umbrella shaped tree with broad green heart shaped leaves. They turn yellow in autumn. Distinctive red shoots. Produces a mass of pale yellow flowers in summer which bees are attracted to. Perfect park tree, for large avenues and driveways. Can be used for pleaching. (Deciduous 20m) Grade shown is 25L.

Tilia tomentosa - (Silver Lime)

Robust tree with erect branches, becoming an umbrella shape with maturity. Dark green rounded leaves are silver underneath and look particularly lovely when ruffled by breezes. Produces a mass of pale yellow sweetly scented flowers in summer, which attracts bees. (Deciduous 15m)

Tilia tomentosa “Orbicularis” - (Weeping Silver Lime) Robust narrow conical grower with weeping side branches. Dark green heart shaped leaves are silver underneath and look particularly lovely when ruffled by breezes. Produces a mass of pale yellow sweetly scented flowers in summer, which attracts bees. (Deciduous 10m)

A fabulous specimen tree forming a large broad crown with downward sweeping branches. Large dark green leaves are silvery beneath. Fragrant summer flowers of green attract bees. (Deciduous)

The most cold hardy of the palms able to survive in the colder regions of NZ. A thick layer of protective hair on the trunk is a distinctive characteristic of this palm. Big light green fan leaves form a compact canopy. Coastal and wind hardy. (10m)

Tsuga heterophylla - (Western Hemlock)

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A large evergreen conifer with a narrow crown and down-sweeping branches. The needles are soft and feathery, dark green on top and whitish below. Becomes an elegant tree with a spire like crown and makes a perfect specimen tree. Tolerates shade. (Evergreen 15m)

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U LMU S THE ELM FAMILY

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Ulmus “Dodoens” - (Dutch Hybrid Elm)

Selected clone for its upright pyramidal form. Large coarse deep green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Bare branches are covered with bright green double blossom in early spring. A spectacular sight. Very hardy to coastal winds and droughts. Good for lining large avenues. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 20m) Ulmus carpinifolia “Variegata” - (Spotted Elm)

Beautiful tree with graceful, open vase shaped habit, the branches often weeping. Deep green leaves are marbled and speckled with white, giving a silvery effect. A glorious tree in the landscape to lighten up areas. Looks particularly good planted in groups. Excellent for lining avenues and as a stand alone specimen tree in a lawn or in a paddock. Tolerates strong winds and poor soils.At the Palmerston North Massey University, groundsman say this tree is the most aske about in campus. (Deciduous 6m) Ulmus glabra “Horizontalis” - (Horizontal Elm) Small tree with wide spreading horizontal branches. Good shade tree, branches can be pruned to keep the size required. Hardy to wind and drought. Lime green double blossom on bare branches in spring. Graft height will determine ultimate height.

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Ulmus glabra “Pendula” - (Weeping Elm)

Forms the perfect umbrella of weeping branches to the ground. Large coarse green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Can train branches outwards on a frame to make a more wide spreading weeping shade tree. Very hardy to wind and drought. Graft height will determine ultimate height. (Deciduous)

Ulmus hollandica “Groeneveld” - (Dutch Hybrid Elm) Selected to be resistant to Dutch Elm disease. Densely upswept branches form a narrow pyramid. Leafs in mid-November. Yellow autumn leaves. Hardy to strong wind and drought but intolerant of wet feet. Perfect for lining large avenues. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 20m)

Ulmus hollandica “Wredei” - (Fastigate Golde Elm) A narrow growing selection of the Golden Elm which holds its stunning large yellow leaves through the growing season.Ideal for restricted areas.Superb street tree. Protect from coastal winds Deciduous 5ms

Ulmus lobel - (Upright Elm)

Vigorous hybrid Elm with striking upright growth habit. Bronze new leaves mature deep green, then yellow in autumn. Resistant to Dutch Elm disease. Coastal and drought hardy. Perfect hardy screen tree, for lining large avenues, etc. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 15m)

Ulmus hollandica “Jacqueline Hillier” - (Dutch Elm)

Large dense growing shrub which will eventually form a small tree of great character. Small dark green leaves clothe the arching stems. Very trainable and popular for bonsai as young trees look mature from an early age. Can grow as a dense screen, specimen for a rockery, or in containers. (Deciduous 2m) Grade shown is 45L on a 1.2m std.

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Ulmus parvifolia - (Chinese Elm)

Forms a rounded head with graceful pendulous branches, slender trunk and peeling bark. Smaller dark green leaves turn orange and yellow in autumn. Tolerant of moderate coastal winds and drought. Perfect shade tree for the smaller garden. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 6m)

Ulmus parvifolia “Frontier” - (Chinese Hybrid Elm) Forms a vase shaped tree with a small rounded head. Small dark green leaves turn glowing burgundy in autumn and persist well into winter. Tolerant of moderate coastal winds and drought. Perfect shade trees for the smaller garden. Does not produce seeds. Excellent street tree. (Deciduous 6m)

Ulmus pr. “Louis Van Houtte” - (Syn. Lutescens, Golden Elm) Vase shaped tree with a large spreading canopy. Large soft golden leaves maintain their show until autumn when they become brighter before falling. Hardiest golden-foliaged trees to winds. Profusion of double lime green blossom on bare spring branches. Excellent specimen tree. (Deciduous 6m) Grade shown is 45L.

Ulmus pumila - (Siberian Elm)

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The Siberian elm is usually a small to medium-sized, often bushy, tree growing to 10–20 m tall, with a trunk up to 176 cm. The leaves are deciduous in cold areas, but semi-evergreen in warmer climates, less than 7 cm long and less than 3 cm broad, with an oblique base and a coarsely serrated margin, changing from dark green to yellow in autumn.

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Viburnum tinus - (Laurustinus)

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Vitex lucens - (Puriri)

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VIBURNUM Viburnum davidii female - (Chinese Viburnum) Compact growth habit forming a low wide spreading mound. Terminal clusters of white spring flowers mature as electric blue berries which are held through autumn into winter.Needs a male for cross pollination. Evergreen 80cms

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Viburnum davidii male - (Chinese Viburnum) Compact growth habit forming a low wide spreading mound. Terminal clusters of white spring flowers.Large leathery leaves.One plant will pollinate a group of females. Evergreen 80cms By Kris Miller from Issaquah - Flickr, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index. php?curid=1167586

Viburnum opulus “Sterile” - (Snowball Tree) Large snowball shaped flowers emerge lime green and mature to pure white. October flowering. A robust upright grower with arching branches. Green Maple-like leaves turn intense purple in autumn. No berries. (Deciduous 3m)

Multi-branched with a dense rounded form. Dark green leathery leaves. An excellent hedge or screen as grows right to the ground and clips readily. Will grow in shade. White flowers from pink buds in spring. (Evergreen 2m)

Young trees are quite shrubby and upright, forming a large canopy after many decades. Rich green leaves have wavy edges. Pinkish red flowers are produced through most of the year and attract Tuis while Wood Pigeons favour the red berries. Tolerant of wind and coastal exposure but only light frosts. (8m) Washingtonia robusta - (Mexican Fan Palm) Immense fan palm leaves weep when mature. Old leaves drop off the trunk to leave a distinctive criss-cross scarring on the trunk. The palm stems bear vicious curved barbs which are a feature but to be wary of. A hardy palm for temperate regions. (10m)

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Wisteria lavendar lace

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Lavender Lace produces long hanging racemes, up to 20in long (50cms). These are sweetly scented pea like flowers which are a combination of pale lavender to violet. This hybrid Wisteria can grow vigorously up to 30ft tall. Can be grown against a house wall, fences or trained as a free standing half standard. (Deciduous)

Wisteria lipstick

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Pendent clusters of fragrant, pea-like, pale mauve-pink flowers, tipped with purple, in Summer and light grey-green leaflets, turning yellow in autumn. Less vigorous than other varieties and are ideal for growing against a sunny house wall or a sturdy pergola. (Deciduous)

Yucca elephantipes - (Spineless Yucca)

Long shiny mid green spear shaped leaves encircle the erect stems which towers upwards. New stems emerge to form the base to form a thicket of stems. White bell shaped flowers in late summer. Grows in temperate regions with light frosts. (3m)

Zelkova is a genus of six species of deciduous trees in the elm family Ulmaceae, native to southern Europe, and southwest and eastern Asia. They vary in size from shrubs to large trees up to 35 m tall. The leaves are alternate, with serrated margins, and (unlike the related elms) a symmetrical base to the leaf blade. The fruit is a dry, nut-like drupe, produced singly in the leaf axils.

Zelkova serrata "Kiwi Sunset"

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Zelkova serrata - (Japanese Zelkova)

Forms a vase shaped tree with a spreading crown of branches which weep at their tips. A fabulous shade tree for larger gardens, paddocks, parks etc. Narrow pale green Summer leaves turn yellow orange and scarlet in autumn. Smooth greyish white bark. Just as hardy as the Elms. Tolerant of drought, once established and withstands strong winds. (Deciduous 8m)

Zelkova serrata “Kiwi Sunset� - (Japanese Elm) Showy large shrub or small tree with handsome golden leaves. New leaves emerge wine red to bronze. Pruning to keep this plant a bush will encourage the long branches to weep in a striking effect. (Deciduous 4m)

Hgt m

P28

1.7-2.4

25L

2,2.5

35L

2.8,2.7

45L

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60L

3,3.2

80L

3.5

P28

1.6

25L

1.8-2.5

45L

2.8

60L

3.5

Quality Specimen Trees - From Ground to Crown

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GST 5+ Trees

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We Hope You Have Enjoyed Looking Through Our Selection Of Trees. Leafland looks forward to hearing from you soon.

Please get in contact if you would like to make an order or visit our website below for a quote.

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FREIGHT

1

Estimate freight cost: (Please note prices are subject to change without warning. Prices are indicative only. Prices for other grades available on request)

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North Island: Minimum Charge - Varies for each region 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Price available on request. 35L/P60 = $19, 45L/P95 = $28, 60L = $40, 80L = $44 35L/P60 = $28, 45L/P95 = $34, 60L = $48, 80L = $63 Price available on request. 35L/P60 = $15, 45L/P95 = $24, 60L = $40, 80L = $57 35L/P60 = $19, 45L/P95 = $23, 60L = $34, 80L = $37 35L/P60 = $16, 45L/P95 = $21, 60L = $31, 80L = $35 35L/P60 = $13, 45L/P95 = $20, 60L = $36, 80L = $48 35L/P60 = $17, 45L/P95 = $22, 60L = $33, 80L = $38 35L/P60 = $16, 45L/P95 = $20, 60L = $27, 80L = $33

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South Island: Minimum Charge - $93 11 12 13 14 15 16

35L/P60 = $24, 45L/P95 = $34, 60L/80L = $42 35L/P60 = $27, 45L/P95 = $37, 60L/80L = $48 35L/P60 = $28, 45L/P95 = $40, 60L/80L = $53 35L/P60 = $28, 45L/P95 = $40, 60L/80L = $54 35L/P60 = $35, 45L/P95 = $48, 60L/80L = $63 35L/P60 = $44, 45L/P95 = $57, 60L/80L = $78

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Prices available on request.

Prices are per tree, except for the minimum charge rate, and are GSTexclusive and excluding Fuel Adjustment Factor (FAF) rate

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S T R E E T-S C A P E Water Recommendations

Leafland believe it would be a great idea if developers were prepared to install an in-ground automatic watering system. Not only would this mean that trees can be planted any time of the year, but would save a lot of watering time and protect the planting investment, and also ensure the development is a success. Leafy subdivisions are always the most expensive! Local authorities could make it compulsory for any new housing developments, that an automatic watering system be installed prior to planting. An inconspicuous and relatively cheap system could be implanted around a cul-de-sac or street that could easily water up to 100 trees at once, activated by a simple battery operated valve (which has a non-return valve) which feeds a 16mm pipe. The pipe would be laid under the grass verge beside the footpath prior to soil being brought in. As trees are planted a shallow trench is dug to the tree watering feed pipe and a 6mm lateral tube installed with a dripper installed on the end by the tree. This should last for at least 10 years.

The Advantages Are: 1. Saving of time, labour and money in future watering. 3. Vandal proof watering system. 5. Visual impact of consistency of grade in street.

2. Reducing tree losses as a result of dry-out. 4. Planting could be undertaken at any time of the year.

In most cases developers have to ensure other services are installed, and we think that a watering system would be a relatively cheap expense compared to the cost of supplying these other services, for example power, broadband, sewer, gas, etc.

Use two opposing flexible ties when staking is necessary. Keep mulch 2-3� back from trunk 2-3� layer of mulch

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Trunk flare

Gently pack back-fill, using water to settle soil around root ball

Set ball on firmly packed soil to prevent settling

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Pyrus cal. “Bradford”

Old Proverb for the streetwise: If everyone cleaned in front of their property, then the whole street would be clean, and if everyone took care of their own street tree, the whole street would be green.

Street Tree Care - A generic letter from Councils for residents when street trees are planted . Feel free to copy-

Dear Resident, Your street has had the privilege of being provided street trees from the local council which will add value and beauty to your neighborhood. It is often noted that the most highly sought after and valuable neighborhoods of our cities are the areas where the established trees are, so we would like you to help us increase the value of your street. Trees are a living item, and they depend on care, water, food to become established. They will also provide shade, oxygen and shelter to your neighborhood. If every resident was prepared to care for their street tree, it will make our city a much more livable environment. It has been suggested that the average life of a street tree is around eight years, and this is mainly due to lack of care like watering or vandalism. You can help change that. To help your own tree grow into a healthy specimen tree we recommend the following: • Watering: During the summer months, regular watering is very important for the survival of your tree, so we suggest that you give a good bucket of water every two or three days during the heat of summer to help the tree become established. If water restrictions are in place, use grey water instead. During the winter months the tree shouldn’t need any water. • Mulching: Bare soil on a hot day can lose over 2 liters of moisture on a hot day. We recommend to cover the root zone with three to four inches of bark mulch ( not lawn clippings) as the mulch will keep the soil cooler, and encourage worms to live in the humus below it. Keep the mulch away from the tree trunk. • Staking: Staking is very important in the first year of the tree to prevent movement in the root zone, and good staking will ensure the roots can quickly establish into the surrounding soil. After any high winds please check the ties to make certain that they haven’t become loose.

Enjoy your tree, and watch it flourish to create an enhanced environment.

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TREE ACCESSORIES

Tree Stakes

Tree Tie Smaller Black Tie

Pine Stakes - Pointed, untreated.

30m

$20.00 per roll +GST

We recommend 2x stakes per 45L and 3x stakes per 80L 1.7m x 50mm x 50mm $3.90 ea + GST

Hessian Tree Tie

(Should last for a season)

50mm x 50m $14 per roll + GST

Green Stretchy Tie 50m

$50.00 per roll +GST

Root Director 750mm

Root Director 1m Sq

Designed for the protection of pavements and hard landscaped areas, the ribbed Root Director system prevents root swirls and diverts root growth downward and outward, thus avoiding the unsightly and hazardous root damage so commonly seen in urban areas.

The ribbed Root Director system is installed when the tree is planted, designed to prevent root swirls and divert root growth downward and outward, thus protecting pavements and hard landscaped areas.

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P.O.A.

Easy Green - Lawn and Garden (Top feeding fertilizer)

Work into the top of soil and water in. 5Kg - $25 per bag + GST

ReRoute Ribbed ReRoute root management barriers are continuous root barriers with integral, moulded vertical ribs for correct management of tree roots.

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Coir Square Gypsum

Fertilizer The Gardener - Tree and Shrub (Slow release fertilizer tablets)

To be placed under the root ball when planting. (5x tablets per 45L) 1Kg, approx. 100 tablets $17 per bag + GST

Clay breaker and soil conditioner Great for improving the quality of heavy soil types 8Kg - $22 per bag + GST

RootStop Root Barrier Root Barrier 300mm x 30m

P.O.A.

600mm x 30m

P.O.A.

500mm x 50m RootStop recycled root management barriers are continuous, non-ribbed root barriers designed for the larger application of protecting infrastructure and services.

To help retain moisture and restricts weed growth around the base of the tree. $3.50 ea + GST

Leafland will also assist with the supply of streetscape watering systems, including battery operated solenoid valves, pipes and drippers. Please contact us to discuss.

P.O.A.

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CATAGORIES OFTEN ASKED FOR Evergreens:

Evergreens (cont.)

Evergreens (cont.)

Edible Trees:

Abies concolor

Juniperus chinensis “Kaizuka”

Prumnopitys ferruginea

Castanea sativa

Acacia melanoxylon

Knightia excelsa

Prunus laurocerasus

Citrus grapefruit “Golden Special”

Agathis australis

Kunzea ericoides

Prunus lusitanica

Citrus lemon “Meyer”

Alnus jorullensis

Myoporum laetum

Pseudopanax “Adiantifolius”

Citrus “Lemonade

Araucaria heterophylla

Laurelia novae-zealandiae

Pseudopanax arboreus

Citrus lime “Bearss”

Astelia chathamica

Laurus nobilis

Pseudopanax crassifolius

Citrus mandarin “Encore”

Banksia integrifolia

Leptospernum “Copper Sheen”

Pseudopanax crassifolius hybrids

Citrus mandarin “Kawano”

Beilschmiedia tawa

Libocedrus plumosa

Pseudopanax “Cyril Watson”

Citrus mandarin “Miho”

Callistemon viminalis “Hannah Ray”

Lophomyrtus “Indian Chief”

Pseudopanax “Dark Star”

Citrus mandarin “Silverhill”

Callistemon viminalis “Red Cluster”

Lophomyrtus “Kathryn”

Pseudopanax ferox

Citrus orange “Harewood Late”

Carpodetus serratus

Lophomyrtus obcordata

Pseudopanax laetus

Citrus orange “Newhall”

Cunonia capensis

Lophomyrtus “Red Dragon”

Pseudopanax lessonii hybrid

Citrus “Tahitian Lime”

Cedrus

Macadamia

Pseudopanax lessonii “Forest Gem”

Feijoa “Apollo”

Citrus

Magnolia grandiflora

Pseudopanax lessonii “Moas Toes”

Feijoa “Triumph”

Coprosma virescens

Meryta sinclairii

Pseudopanax lessonii “Purpurea”

Feijoa “Unique”

Cordyline australis

Metrosideros excelsa

Pseudopanax lessonii “Sabre”

Feijoa “Wiki Tu”

Cordyline Kasper

Metrosideros excelsa “Maori Princess”

Pseudopanax lessonii “Telstar”

Ficus carcia “Brown Turkey”

Cordyline “Midnight Star”

Metrosideros “Maungapiko”

Pseudopanax lessonii “Trident”

Juglans regia - Varieties

Corokia “Bronze King”

Metrosideros “Mistral”

Quercus ilex

Macadamia beaumont

Corokia “Geentys Green”

Metrosideros robusta

Quercus suber

Macadamia renown

Corokia x virgata “Cheesemanii”

Metrosideros umbellata

Schinus molle

Malus domestica “Ballerina Maypole”

Corynocarpus laevigatus

Michelia

Sequoia sempervirens

Malus domestica “Initial”

Cryptomeria japonica

Myrsine australis

Sequioadendron giganteum

Malus domestica “Kentish Fillbasket”

Cryptomeria japonica “Egmont”

Myrsine salicina

Sophora chatamica “Milligold”

Malus “Jack Humm”

Cupressus “Ovensii”

Nestegis cunninghamii

Sophora “Dragon’s Gold”

Malus “Jelly King”

Dacrycarpus dacrydioides

Nothofagus fusca

Sophora longincarinata

Malus “Monty’s Surprise/Peasgood’s Nonsuch”

Dacrydium cupressinum

Nothofagus menziesii

Sophora microphylla

Malus “Royal Gala/Golden Delicious”

Dodonaea viscosa

Nothofagus solandri

Sophora micro. “Sun King”

Malus “Braeburn/Monty’s Surprise/Splendour”

Dodonaea viscosa “Purpurea”

Olea

Sophora micro. var. fulvida

Olea

Eucalyptus

Olearia albida

Sophora micro. var. “Goldies Mantle”

Persimmon “Matsumoto Wase Fuyu”

Eucryphia

Olearia paniculata

Sophora tetraptera

Prunus “Billington”

Eugenia venetatii

Osmanthus heterophyllus “Purpureus”

Taxus baccata

Prunus compact “Stella”

Feijoa “Apollo”

Photinia “Red Robin”

Taxus baccata “Fastigiata”

Prunus “Omega”

Feijoa “Triumph”

Picea abies

Thuja occidentalis “Pyramidalis”

Prunus salcina “Elephant Heart”

Feijoa “Unique”

Picea pungens “Glauca”

Thuja occidentalis “Smaragd”

Prunus salicina “Santa Rosa”

Fraxinus griffithii

Pittosporum crassifolium

Thuja plicata

Prunus salicina “Satsuma”

Ficus “Tuffi”

Pittosporum eugenioides

Viburnum tinus

Prunus “Tangshi”

Gordonia axillaris

Pittosporum eugenioides “Variegatum”

Viburnum tinus “Eve Price”

Prunus “Peachcot/April White”

Gordonia yunnanensis

Pittosporum tenuifolium

Palms:

Prunus “Stella/Rainier”

Grevillea robusta

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Green Ripple”

Butia capitata

Pyrus “Conference/William Bon Chretian”

Griselinia littoralis

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Mountain Jade”

Cycas revoluta

Pyrus “Doyenne du Comice/William Bon Chretian”

Griselinia littoralis “Broadway Mint”

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Mountain Green”

Phoenix canariensis

Pyrus “Seckle/Red Bartlett”

Griselinia littoralis “Canterbury”

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Silver Sheen”

Syagrus romanzoffiana

Griselinia littoralis “Ardmore Emerald”

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Stephens Island”

Trachycarpus fortunei

Griselinia lucida - Puka

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Variegata”

Washingtonia robusta

Hoheria angustifolia

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Wrinkle Blue”

Rhopalastylis

Hoheria populnea

Podocarpus cunninghamii

Hoheria sexstylosa

Podocarpus henkelii

Hoheria sexstylosa “Purple Lace”

Podocarpus macrophyllus

Hymenosporum flavum

Podocarpus totara

Ilex meserveae “Blue Prince”

Podocarpus totara “Aurea”

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Large Trees 10m+

Large Trees 10m+ (cont.)

Medium Trees 5m-10m

Medium Trees 5m-10m (cont.)

Abies concolor

Magnolia campbelli

Acer cappadocicum “Rubrum”

Cupressus glabra “Blue Ice”

Acacia melanoxylon

Magnolia “J C Williams”

Acer davidii

Cupressus sempervirens “Swane’s Gold”

Acer buergerianum

Magnolia grandiflora

Acer glabrum “Douglasii”

Dacrycarpus dacrydioides

Acer rubrum

Magnolia grandiflora “Ferruginea”

Acer negundo “Violaceum”

Dacrydium cupressinum

Acer rubrum “Bowhall”

Malus trilobata

Acer palmatum “Bloodgood”

Davidia involucrata

Acer rubrum “Brandywine”

Melia azedarach

Acer platanoides

Dodonaea viscosa

Acer rubrum “Columnare”

Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Acer platanoides “Drummondii”

Eucalyptus ficifolia

Acer rubrum “October Glory”

Metrosideros robusta

Acer platanoides “Globosum”

Fagus sylvatica “Dawyck Green”

Acer rubrum “Red Sunset”

Nothofagus fusca

Acer platanoides “Nigrum”

Fagus sylvatica “Luteovariegata”

Acer rubrum x freemanii “Jeffersred”

Parrotia persica

Acer pseudoplatanus “Leopoldii”

Fagus sylvatica “Rohanii”

Aesculus carnea

Paulownia tomentosa

Acer pseudoplatanus “Purpureum”

Fraxinus excelsior “Aurea”

Aesculus carnea “Briotii”

Picea abies

Acer saccharinum

Fraxinus ornus

Aesculus hippocastanum

Picea pungens “Glauca”

Acer saccharum

Fraxinus velutina

Aesculus indica

Platanus acerifolia

Aesculus hippocastanum “Baumannii”

Ginkgo biloba

Aesculus turbinata

Platanus acerifolia “Pyramidalis”

Aesculus neglecta “Erythroblastos”

Ginkgo biloba “Autumn Gold”

Alnus cremastogyne

Platanus “Suttneri”

Agathis australis

Ginkgo biloba “Fastigiata”

Alnus glutinosa

Podocarpus macrophyllus

Albizia julibrissin “Red Silk”

Ginkgo biloba “Jade Butterflies”

Alnus glutinosa “Imperiallis”

Quercus afares

Albizia julibrissin “Rosea”

Ginkgo biloba “Saratoga”

Alnus glutinosa v “Barabata”

Quercus affinis

Albizia julibrissin “Summer Chocolate”

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis “Ruby Lace”

Alnus rubra

Quercus alba

Alectryon excelsus

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis “Skyline”

Araucaria heterophylla

Quercus bicolor

Alnus cordata

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis “Sunburst”

Beilschmiedia tawa

Quercus canariensis

Alnus glutinosa “Laciniata”

Griselinia lucida - Puka

Betula nigra

Quercus cerris

Alnus incana “Aurea”

Hoheria angustifolia

Betula papyrifera “Commutata”

Quercus coccinea

Alnus jorullensis

Hoheria populnea

Betula pendula

Quercus ellipsoidalis

Betula pendula “Dalecarlica”

Hoheria sexstylosa

Betula platyphylla

Quercus ilex

Betula pendula “Purple Splendour”

Hymenosporum flavum

Brachychiton acerifolius

Quercus palustris

Betula platyphylla “Japonica”

Idesia polycarpa

Castanea sativa

Quercus petraea x robur

Betula utilis “Jacquemontii Dazzler”

Idesia polycarpa – female

Celtis australis

Quercus robur

Betula utilis “Jermyns”

Idesia polycarpa “Kentucky Fry”

Cercidiphyllum japonicum

Quercus robur “Fastigiata”

Betula utilis “Sliver Shadow”

Jacaranda mimosifolia

Cryptomeria japonica

Quercus rubra

Betula “Whitespire”

Juniperus chinensis “Kaizuka”

Cryptomeria japonica “Egmont”

Quercus suber

Carpinus betulus

Knightia excelsa

Cupressus “Leightons Green”

Quercus variabilis

Carpinus betulus “Fastigiata”

Kunzea ericoides

Eucalyptus leucoxylon “Rosea”

Sequoia sempervirens

Carpinus japonica

Larix kaempferi

Fagus sylvatica

Sorbus devoniensis

Carpodetus serratus

Laurelia novae-zealandiae

Fagus sylvatica “Purpurea”

Syagrus romanzoffiana

Cedrela sinensis “Flamingo”

Liquidambar acalycina

Fraxinus excelsior

Taxodium distichum

Cedrus atlantica “Glauca”

Liquidambar styraciflua

Fraxinus oxycarpa “Raywood”

Taxodium distichum “Mexicanum”

Cedrus deodara

Liquidambar styraciflua “Burgundy”

Fraxinus pennsylvanica “Cimmzam”

Thuja plicata

Cedrus deodara “Aurea”

Liquidambar styraciflua “Festeri”

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis “Shademaster”

Tilia cordata

Cercis racemosa

Liquidambar styraciflua “Golden Treasure”

Grevillea robusta

Tilia europaea

Cercis reniformis “Oklahoma”

Liquidambar styraciflua “Lane Roberts”

Juglans cinerea

Tilia platyphyllos

Cercis siliquastrum “Alba”

Liquidambar styraciflua “Palo Alto”

Juglans nigra

Tilia tomentosa

Cordyline australis

Liquidambar styraciflua “Rotundiloba”

Juglans regia

Trachycarpus fortunei

Cordyline “Midnight Star”

Liquidambar styraciflua “Worplesdon”

Juglans regia “Meyric”

Ulmus hollandica “Groeneveld”

Cornus controversa

Liriodendron chinense

Juglans regia “Meyric Seedling”

Ulmus lobel

Cornus “Eddie’s White Wonder”

Magnolia “Atlas”

Juglans regia “Wilsons Wonder”

Ulmus parvifolia

Cornus florida “Stokes Pink”

Magnolia “Burgundy Star”

Laurus nobilis

Vitex lucens

Corokia “Bronze King”

Magnolia campbelli “Alba”

Liriodendron tulipifera

Washingtonia robusta

Corokia “Geentys Green”

Magnolia campbellii “Charles Raffill”

Liriodendron tulipifera “Aureomarginatum”

Zelkova serrata

Corokia x virgata “Cheesemanii”

Magnolia campbellii “Darjeeling”

Liriodendron tulipifera “Fastigiatum”

Zelkova sinica

Corynocarpus laevigatus

Magnolia campbellii “David Clulow”

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CATAGORIES OFTEN ASKED FOR Medium Trees 5m-10m (cont.)

Medium Trees 5m-10m (cont.)

Small Trees less than 5m

Small Trees less than 5m (cont.)

Magnolia “Copeland Court”

Podocarpus henkelii

Acer capillipes

Cercis “Texas White”

Magnolia denudata

Podocarpus totara

Acer griseum

Chaenomeles “Alba”

Magnolia “Elizabeth”

Podocarpus totara “Aurea”

Acer japonicum “Aureum”

Citrus

Magnolia “Felix”

Poplar “Manawatu Gold”

Acer japonicum “Green Cascade”

Coprosma virescens

Magnolia “Galaxy”

Prumnopitys ferruginea

Acer negundo “Kelly’s Gold”

Cordyline australis “Kasper”

Magnolia “Gold Star”

Prunus “Accolade”

Acer negundo “Flamingo”

Cornus florida

Magnolia “Ian’s Red”

Prunus campanulata “Felix Jury”

Acer palmatum

Cornus florida “Cherokee Chief”

Magnolia “Iolanthe”

Prunus campanulata “Superba”

Acer palmatum “Atropurpureum”

Cornus florida “Cherokee Sunset”

Magnolia kobus

Prunus compact “Stella”

Acer palmatum “Autumn Moon”

Cornus florida “Pendula

Magnolia “Manchu Fan”

Prunus “Craig Lea Rose”

Acer palmatum “Beni Otake”

Cornus florida “Pluribracteata”

Magnolia “Milky Way”

Prunus hillieri “Spire”

Acer palmatum “Beni Shien”

Cornus florida “Rainbow”

Magnolia “New Purple”

Prunus laurocerasus

Acer palmatum “Burgundy Lace”

Cornus florida “Spring Song”

Magnolia “Peachy”

Prunus “Mountain Ice”

Acer palmatum “Chisio”

Cornus kousa

Magnolia “Pink Surprise”

Prunus “Pink Cloud”

Acer palmatum “Fireglow”

Cornus kousa “China Girl”

Magnolia “Purple Sensation”

Prunus “Pink Perfection”

Acer palmatum “Katsura”

Cornus kousa “Chinensis”

Magnolia “Star Wars”

Prunus sargentii

Acer palmatum “Okagami”

Cornus kousa “Milky Way”

Magnolia “Strawberry Fields”

Prunus sato-zakura “Kanzan”

Acer palmatum “Osakazuki”

Cornus kousa “National”

Magnolia “Woodsman”

Prunus serrula

Acer palmatum “Roseo Marginatum”

Cornus kousa “Satomi”

Magnolia “Yellow Bird”

Prunus “Shirotae”

Acer palmatum “Scolopendrifolium”

Cornus kousa “Southern Cross”

Magnolia grandiflora “Blanchard”

Prunus “Tai Haku”

Acer palmatum “Senkaki”

Cotinus coggygria “Grace”

Magnolia grandiflora “Little Gem”

Prunus “Thundercloud”

Acer palmatum “Shaina”

Crataegus laevigata “Paul’s Scarlet”

Malus domestica “Kentish Fillbasket”

Prunus “Ukon”

Acer palmatum “Shindeshojo”

Dodonaea viscosa “Purpurea”

Malus “Floribunda”

Prunus yedoensis

Acer palmatum “Skeeter’s Broom”

Fagus sylvatica “Riversii”

Malus halliana “Parkmanii”

Prunus yedoensis “Awanui”

Acer palmatum “Suminigashi”

Feijoa “Apollo”

Malus ioensis “Plena”

Prunus yedoensis “Purpendens”

Acer palmatum “Trompenburg”

Feijoa “Triumph”

Malus “Jack Humm”

Pyrus betulifolia “Autumn Leaves”

Acer palmatum dissectum “Crimson Queen”

Feijoa “Unique”

Malus “Red Top”

Pyrus calleryana

Acer palmatum dissectum “Deep Secret”

Ficus carica “Brown Turkey”

Malus tschonoski

Pyrus calleryana “Bradford”

Acer palmatum dissectum “Emerald Lace”

Fraxinus excelsior “Aurea Pendula”

Meryta sinclairii

Pyrus calleryana Candelabra

Acer palmatum dissectum “Ever Red”

Gordonia axillaris

Metrosideros excelsa

Quercus rubra “Akatere”

Acer palmatum dissectum “Garnet”

Gordonia yunnanensis

Metrosideros excelsa “Maori Princess”

Robinia ”Casque Rogue”

Acer palmatum dissectum “Inaba Shidare”

Griselinia littoralis

Michelia “Bubbles”

Robinia pseudoacacia “Frisia”

Acer palmatum dissectum “Palmatifidium”

Griselinia littoralis “Broadway Mint”

Michelia doltsopa

Salix babylonica

Acer palmatum dissectum “Raraflora”

Griselinia littoralis “Canterbury”

Michelia doltsopa “Silver Cloud”

Salix vitellina “Pendula Aurea”

Acer palmatum dissectum “Red Emperor”

Ilex meserveae “Blue Prince”

Michelia Snow Dove

Schinus molle

Acer palmatum dissectum “Red Feathers”

Koelreuteria paniculata

Nestegis cunninghamii

Sophora microphylla

Acer palmatum dissectum “Seiryu”

Laburnum x watereri “Vossii”

Nothofagus menziesii

Sophora tetraptera “Milligold”

Acer palmatum dissectum “Tamukeyama”

Lagerstroemia

Nothofagus solandri

Sorbus aucuparia

Acer palmatum dissectum “Viridis”

Leptospernum “Copper Sheen”

Nyssa sylvatica

Sorbus aucuparia “Scarlet King”

Acer platanoides “Palmatifidum”

Libocedrus plumosa

Nyssa sylvatica v. biflora

Sorbus wilsoniana

Acer pseudoplatanus “Esk Sunset”

Liquidambar styraciflua “Aurora”

Ostrya carpinifolia

Styrax obassia

Amelanchier canadensis

Liquidambar styraciflua “Golden Treasure”

Persimmon “Matsumoto Wase Fuyu”

Tilia cordata “Spring Glow”

Astelia chathamica

Liquidambar styraciflua “Little Richard”

Phoenix canariensis

Ulmus carpinifolia “Variegata”

Betula nigra “Summer Cascade”

Lophomyrtus “Indian Chief”

Pittosporum eugenioides

Ulmus parvifolia “Frontier”

Betula pendula “Alba”

Lophomyrtus “Kathryn”

Pittosporum tenuifolium

Ulmus procera “Louis Van Houtte”

Betula pendula “Black Prince”

Lophomyrtus obcordata

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Jacks Green”

Ulmus pumila

Callistemon viminalis “Hannah Ray”

Lophomyrtus “Red Dragon”

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Wrinkle Blue”

Callistemon viminalis “Red Cluster”

Macadamia renown

Plagianthus regius

Camellia

Magnolia “Black Tulip”

Platanus orientalis

Cercis canadensis

Magnolia “Brixton Belle”

Platanus orientalis “Autumn Glory”

Cercis chinensis “Avondale”

Magnolia “Cleopatra”

Podocarpus cunninghamii

Cercis siliquastrum

Magnolia denudata “Gere”

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Small Trees less than 5m (cont.)

Small Trees less than 5m (cont.)

Resistant to salt spray (cont.)

Tolerates Exposed Sites

Magnolia “Genie”

Prunus “Seaview Beauty”

Corokia

Acer negundo

Magnolia “Heaven Scent”

Prunus “Shimidsu-Sakura”

Dodonaea viscosa

Acer pseudoplatanus “Purpureum”

Magnolia loebneri “Merrill”

Prunus subhirtella “Falling Snow”

Eucalyptus ficifolia

Alnus cordata

Magnolia “Purple Platter”

Prunus subhirtella “Pendula Rosea”

Feijoas

Alnus rubra

Magnolia “Red As”

Prunus “Takasago”

Ficus carcia “Brown Turkey”

Astelia chathamica

Magnolia “Ruby”

Prunus yedoensis “Chinese Brocade”

Griselinia littoralis

Carpinus betulus

Magnolia sieboldii

Pseudopanax “Adiantifolius”

Griselina littoralis “Ardmore Emerald”

Cedrus atlantica “Glauca”

Magnolia soulangeana “Lennei Alba”

Pseudopanax arboreus

Griselinia littoralis “Broadway Mint”

Cedrus deodara

Magnolia soulangeana “San Jose”

Pseudopanax crassifolius

Kunzea

Cercis siliquastrum

Magnolia stellata - Forms

Pseudopanax crassifolius hybrids

Laurus nobilis

Cercis siliquastrum “Alba”

Magnolia “Thomas Messel”

Pseudopanax “Cyril Watson”

Loquat

Cryptomeria japonica

Magnolia “Todd Gresham”

Pseudopanax “Dark Star”

Metrosideros excelsa - species

Dodonaea viscosa

Malus ”Arrow Gold”

Pseudopanax ferox

Meryta sinclairii

Dodonaea viscosa “Purpurea”

Malus domestica “Ballerina Maypole”

Pseudopanax laetus

Myoporum laetum

Fraxinus excelsior

Malus “Gorgeous”

Pseudopanax lessonii hybrid

Olea

Fraxinus ornus

Malus ioensis “Plena”

Pseudopanax lessonii “Forest Gem”

Olearias

Griselinia littoralis

Malus “Jelly King”

Pseudopanax lessonii “Purpurea”

Pittosporum crassifolium

Griselinia littoralis “Broadway Mint”

Malus “Profusion”

Pseudopanax lessonii “Sabre”

Pittosporum ralphii

Kunzea ericoides

Malus “Red Top”

Pseudopanax lessonii “Telstar”

Quercus ilex

Laurus nobilis

Malus sieboldii “Snowbright”

Pseudopanax lessonii “Trident”

Quercus suber

Picea pungens “Glauca”

Metrosideros “Maungapiko”

Pyrus salicifolia “Pendula”

Sophora “Dragon’s Gold”

Pittosporum crassifolium

Metrosideros “Mistral”

Radermachera sinica

Sophora micro. var. fulvida

Pittosporum eugenioides

Metrosideros umbellata

Robinia pseudoacacia “Umbraculifera”

Tolerates Wet Sites

Pittosporum tenuifolium

Michelia “Fairy Blush”

Salix repens “Argentea”

Acacia melanoxylon

Platanus acerifolia

Michelia figo

Sophora “Dragon’s Gold”

Acer rubrum

Platanus orientalis

Michelia foggi “All Spice”

Sophora microphylla var. fulvida

Acer rubrum “Bowhall”

Prunus laurocerasus

Michelia “Lemon Fragrant”

Sophora tetraptera

Acer rubrum “October Glory”

Prunus lusitanica

Michelia gracipes

Sorbus aria “Lutescens”

Alnus cordata

Quercus canariensis

Michelia “Mixed Up Miss”

Sorbus aucuparia “Chinese Lace”

Alnus glutinosa “Imperiallis”

Quercus cerris

Michelia “Paton Pink”

Sorbus “Autumn Glow”

Alnus glutinosa “Laciniata”

Quercus ilex

Michelia “Star Bright”

Sorbus cashmiriana

Alnus glutinosa v “Barabata”

Quercus petraea x robur

Michelia yunnanensis

Sorbus folgneri

Alnus jorullensis

Quercus robur “Fastigiata”

Michelia yunnanensis “Inspiration”

Sorbus “Ghose”

Alnus rubra

Quercus suber

Myrsine australis

Styrax japonica

Dacrycarpus dacrydioides

Sophora microphylla

Myrsine salicina

Taxodium distichum “McLaren Falls”

Fraxinus excelsior

Taxus baccata “Fastigiata”

Olea

Taxus baccata

Liquidambar styraciflua

Thuja plicata

Olearia albida

Taxus baccata “Fastigiata”

Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Trachycarpus fortunei

Olearia paniculata

Thuja occidentalis “Pyramidalis”

Nyssa sylvatica

Ulmus lobel

Pittosporum crassifolium

Thuja occidentalis “Smaragd”

Nyssa sylvatica v. biflora

Ulmus parvifolia

Pittosporum eugenioides “Variegatum”

Ulmus “Dodoens”

Picea abies

Zelkova carpinifolia

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Green Ripple”

Ulmus glabra “Pendula”

Platanus acerifolia

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Mountain Green”

Ulmus parvifolia “Jacqueline Hillier”

Platanus orientalis

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Silver Sheen”

Viburnum opulus “Sterile”

Poplar “Crow’s Nest”

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Stephens Island”

Viburnum tinus “Eve Price”

Quercus bicolor

Pittosporum tenuifolium “Variegata”

Resistant to salt spray

Quercus robur

Prunus “Amanogawa”

Araucaria heterophylla

Quercus robur “Fastigiata”

Prunus camp. “Mimosa”

Astelia chathamica

Sequoia sempervirens

Prunus “Mountain Haze”

Banksia integrifolia

Styrax japonica

Prunus mume “Peggy Clark”

Callistemon

Styrax obassia

Prunus mume “The Geisha”

Cordyline australis

Taxodium distichum

Prunus “Okame”

Coprosma

Taxodium distichum “Mexicanum”

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CATAGORIES OFTEN ASKED FOR Tolerates Dry Sites

Tolerates Dry Sites (cont.)

Attractive to Birds (cont.)

Attracts Bees

Acacia melanoxylon

Ulmus parvifolia

Laurus nobilis

Acer pseudoplatanus “Purpureum”

Acer cappadocicum “Rubrum”

Zelkova carpinifolia

Magnolia campbelli

Acer rubrum

Acer negundo

Zelkova serrata

Magnolia grandiflora

Acer saccharinum

Acer platanoides

Zelkova sinica

Magnolia kobus

Acer saccharum

Acer pseudoplatanus “Purpureum”

Intolerant to clay soils

Magnolia sieboldii

Aesculus carnea

Aesculus indica

Acer cappadocicum “Rubrum”

Magnolia soulangeana

Aesculus hippocastanum

Albizia julibrissin “Rosea”

Aesculus hippocastanum

Magnolia stellata

Aesculus indica

Carpinus betulus

Castanea sativa

Malus tschonoski

Albizia julibrissin “Rosea”

Carpinus betulus “Fastigiata”

Juglans nigra

Morus alba

Amelanchier Canadensis

Cedrus deodara

Juglans regia

Morus nigra

Arbutus unedo

Cercis racemosa

Taxus baccata

Nyssa sylvatica

Camellia (Japonica types)

Cercis siliquastrum

Taxus baccata “Fastigiata”

Nyssa sylvatica v. biflora

Camellia (Sasanqua types)

Cercis siliquastrum “Alba”

Tolerates Shade

Ostrya carpinifolia

Catalpa bignonioides

Cuppressus ovensii

Acacia melanoxylon

Pistacia chinensis

Cercis canadensis

Dodonaea viscosa

Acer japonicum

Pittosporum crassifolium

Cercis chinensis

Dodonaea viscosa “Purpurea”

Camellia

Pittosporum eugenioides

Cercis racemosa

Fraxinux raywoodii

Carpinus betulus

Pittosporum tenuifolium

Cercis siliquastrum

Fraxinus ornus

Carpinus betulus “Fastigiata”

Podocarpus totara

Cercis siliquastrum “Alba”

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis

Carpinus japonica

Prunus - All flowering Cherries

Cordyline australis

Grevillea robusta

Cercis canadensis

Prunus laurocerasus

Cornus controversa

Koelreuteria paniculata

Cercis chinensis

Prunus lusitanica

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis

Kunzea ericoides

Cercidiphyllum japonicum

Pseudopanax arboreus

Koelreuteria paniculata

Laurus nobilis

Dacrycarpus dacrydioides

Pseudopanax ferox

Kunzea ericoides

Melia azedarach

Fagus sylvatica

Pyrus betulifolia “Autumn Leaves”

Laurus nobilis

Morus alba

Griselinia littoralis

Quercus afares

Liriodendron tulipifera

Morus nigra

Laurus nobilis

Quercus alba

Magnolia campbelli

Ostrya carpinifolia

Ostrya carpinifolia

Quercus bicolor

Magnolia grandiflora

Parrotia persica

Parrotia persica

Quercus canariensis

Magnolia kobus

Photinia “Red Robin”

Podocarpus totara

Quercus cerris

Magnolia sieboldii

Picea pungens “Glauca”

Pseudopanax arboreus

Quercus coccinea

Magnolia soulangeana

Pistacia chinensis

Pseudopanax ferox

Quercus ellipsoidalis

Magnolia stellata

Pittosporum crassifolium

Quercus rubra

Quercus ilex

Malus tschonoski

Pittosporum eugenioides

Taxus baccata

Quercus palustris

Michelia doltsopa

Pittosporum tenuifolium

Taxus baccata “Fastigiata”

Quercus petraea x robur

Michelia yunnanensis

Podocarpus totara

Thuja plicata

Quercus robur

Pittosporum crassifolium

Prunus laurocerasus

Trachycarpus fortunei

Quercus robur “Fastigiata”

Prunus laurocerasus

Prunus lusitanica

Attractive to Birds

Quercus rubra

Prunus lusitanica

Prunus mume “The Geisha”

Amelanchier canadensis

Quercus suber

Prunus mume “The Geisha”

Quercus afares

Astelia chathamica

Quercus variabilis

Prunus yedoensis

Quercus canariensis

Camellia (Japonica types)

Sophora microphylla

Pseudopanax ferox

Quercus ellipsoidalis

Cordyline australis

Sophora tetraptera

Pyrus betulifolia “Autumn Leaves”

Quercus ilex

Cornus controversa

Sorbus devoniensis

Pyrus calleryana

Quercus petraea x robur

Cornus kousa

Sorbus wilsoniana

Pyrus calleryana “Candelabra”

Quercus robur “Fastigiata”

Cornus kousa “Chinensis”

Styrax japonica

Sophora microphylla

Quercus variabilis

Dacrycarpus dacrydioides

Styrax obassia

Sophora tetraptera

Robinia pseudoacacia

Eucalyptus ficifolia

Taxus baccata

Sorbus aucuparia

Sequoia sempervirens

Fagus sylvatica

Taxus baccata “Fastigiata”

Sorbus devoniensis

Sophora microphylla

Fagus sylvatica “Purpurea”

Trachycarpus fortunei

Sorbus wilsoniana

Sorbus aucuparia

Griselinia littoralis

Zelkova carpinifolia

Styrax japonica

Taxus baccata

Koelreuteria paniculata

Zelkova serrata

Styrax obassia

Trachycarpus fortunei

Kunzea ericoides

Zelkova sinica

Tilia amurensis

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Attracts Bees (cont.)

Street Trees (cont.)

Columnar Trees (cont.)

Spring Colour (cont.)

Tilia cordata

Malus

Ginkgo biloba “Fastigiata”

Magnolia

Tilia europaea

Melia azedarach

Hoheria angustifolia

Malus

Tilia platyphyllos

Metrosideros excelsa

Ilex crenata “Sky Pencil”

Michelia

Tilia tomentosa

Michelia

Knightia excelsa

Prunus

Trachycarpus fortunei

Nyssa sylvatica

Liriodendron tulipifera “Fastigiatum”

Robinia

Street Trees

Parrotia persica

Liriodendron tulipifera “Snowbird”

Styrax

Acer palmatum

Platanus

Malus tschonoski

Autumn Colour

Acer rubrum

Prunus

Myrsine salicina

Acer

Albizia

Pyrus calleryana

Plagianthus regius

Amelanchier

Alnus

Quercus

Poplar “Crows Nest”

Betula

Alectryon excelsus

Robinia

Prunus “Amanogawa”

Cercidiphyllum

Amelanchier canadensis

Sorbus

Prunus hillieri “Spire”

Cercis

Araucaria

Sophora

Pyrus calleryana “Candelabra”

Cornus

Banksia integrifolia

Taxus

Quercus robur “Fastigiata”

Fraxinus

Betula

Thuja

Taxus baccata “Fastigiata”

Ginkgo biloba

Carpinus

Ulmus

Thuja occidentalis “Smaragd”

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis

Celtis australis

Zelkova

Ulmus lobel

Liquidambar

Cornus

Columnar Trees

Spring Colour

Liriodendron

Crataegus

Acer pal. “Skeeter’s Broom”

Acer palmatum

Malus

Eucalyptus ficifolia

Acer rubrum “Armstrong”

Aesculus

Nyssa

Fagus

Acer rubrum “Bowhall”

Camellia

Parrotia persica

Fraxinus

Acer rubrum “Columnare”

Catalpa bignonioides

Platanus

Ginkgo biloba

Agathis australis

Cedrela sinensis

Poplar

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis

Betula “Whitespire”

Cercis

Prunus

Grevillea robusta

Carpinus betulus “Fastigiata”

Cornus

Quercus

Hymenosporum flavum

Cuppressus sempervirens gracilis

Cotinus

Sorbus

Lagunaria patersonii

Fagus syl. “Dawyck Gold”

Crataegus

Styrax

Leptospernum “Copper Sheen”

Fagus syl. “Dawyck Green”

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis

Ulmus

Liquidambar

Cuppressus sempervirens gracilis

Koelreuteria paniculata

Liriodendron

Fagus syl. “Dawyck Purple”

Laburnum x watereri “Vossii”

Magnolia

Fraxinus “Purple Spire”

Leptospernum “Copper Sheen”

WE DO PLEACHED TREES AT LEAFLAND ' Pleaching, the art of training trees' Left showing a Liquidamber Worpledon pleached. This is a creative method involving training thebranches to grow along a frame to make sure it grows in the intended flat upright way. This creative way of growing trees is also a popular way of screening, shown in the below image.

Liquidambar Worpledon (Pleached)

Pleached Carpinuis Betulus

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OUR NURSERIES To locate nursery: Leave Palmerston North on the Ashhurst-Napier Highway and take the first turn left out of the built-up area into Roberts Line. We are the first gate on the left.

Palmerston North

Main Branch- 1 Roberts Line, Palmerston North

SITE 1 - Main Nursery, 1 Roberts Line

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Find us at.

1 Roberts Line, Palmerston North

Ashhurst

Napier Road

Whakarongo Site - 710 Napier Road, Palmerston North (Viewing by appointment only)

SITE 2 - Whakarongo Nursery, 710 Napier Road Our Whakarongo site is a 20 acre block which used to be an old berry farm. We purchased this in 2013 and have been developing the site to grow trees. We have over 31,000 trees on this site now. Below and to the left is the site plan.

LEAFLAND - WHAKA BLOCK

PUMP ASHHURST

HEADWORKS

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Ariel Footage of both our properties can be found on our website. www.leafland.co.nz

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TREE

Pro Potted Pyrus Aristocrat ready for dispatch

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Magnolia Little Gem

Magnolia stellata

Prunus Yedoensis Awanui

Pleached Olive Hedge Pleached Tillia

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GALLERY

At Toyota HQ in Palmerston North

Malus Profusion

Fagus Sylvatica battling the wind

Leaflands Super Grade Planter Boxes

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Tree Planting Guide Important Information

It is very important to plant a tree correctly, to ensure that it will grow well for years to come. In the past, we have seen too many trees planted out incorrectly. In many instances the trees were planted too deep, some with up to 120mm of soil over the root level. In this situation, most trees will slowly shut down and die because of the lack of warmth and air. Also, the phloem and cambium layers of the trunk (which are the layers of cells that transport the food supply up the tree) will slowly die, and effectively starve the whole tree of nutrients. Only a few trees like Poplars and Willows will survive this sort of treatment.

(80% + of customers tree failures are due to the fact that the tree had been planted too deep)

We at Leafland recommend the following steps for planting out trees: 1. Planting:

Dig the hole a little larger than the bag. If in heavy wet soils it may be best to mound up the site so water doesn’t pond around the trunk. Place the tree in the hole, teasing the roots out and firming up the soil around the root ball. In an avenue or street tree situation, we recommend burying a short section of nova-flow pipe in the ground beside the root ball, leaving the top protruding so you can water the root zone directly in the future. Ensure that the tree is planted with the top of the root ball at the same level as the surrounding soil.

2. Staking:

For larger trees we recommend three stakes positioned beyond the root ball. Use something soft and non-abrasive to hold the tree (old tyre tubing is very good). Ties should be positioned about 1m high and the top of the tree left to sway in the wind which will strengthen it. I believe staking is very important for at least the first year, as it is necessary to hold the root ball from movement to allow new roots to establish themselves in the surrounding soil.

3. Watering:

After planting, water in with a good bucket of water. In summer we recommend a good bucket every third day or so - more or less depending on the weather. In winter a deciduous tree hardly requires any water, so don’t drown it! A simple watering system with an automatic timer and drippers is a very cheap and worthwhile investment.

4. Mulching:

It has been recorded that a square metre of bare soil will lose around 2 litres of water on a hot day. Cover the root zone with 3-4 inches of bark/mulch (not lawn clippings). If you have your own chipper, this would be a very good way to use it. Also, mulching will suppress weeds around the tree and save weed spray in the long run.

5. Fertilizer:

We sell long term fertilizer tablets which can be placed in the root zone of the tree at planting, and will feed the tree for around 15 months. We also recommend Easy Green, Lawn and Garden as an all-purpose top feed fertilizer. Sprinkle a handful round the base of the tree at six week intervals between October and mid-January.

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Wholesale Terms of Trade This list cancels all previous lists. Prices quoted DO NOT include GST. GST will be shown separately on each invoice. Prices shown are net at Nursery and are subject to change without notice. Delivery or Freighting: Leafland has a very good network of freighting companies so this can be arranged by us. The approximate cost to Wellington for a 45L tree is $22.00 per tree, extra cost being incurred for single trees alone and discounts for 10 or more. Freight companies have a minimum charge between $30 and $78. For bulk orders, take advantage of our returnable tree crate. Claims: All trees are dispatched uninsured and at buyer’s risk. Claims for losses or damage in transit should be lodged immediately, direct to the transport organization. Any complaints to us must be made within three days of receiving trees. Returns: Once an order is filled and dispatched, if a customer then changes their mind, the trees must be returned to Leafland, and the customer will pay the cost of transport in both directions. A return to stock charge may be added to cover the costs.

Payment: Payment to be made when the order is collected, or before the order is freighted. In the case of customers with established credit arrangements – payment is due on the 20th of the month following dispatch. Interest at 2% per month may be charged on overdue accounts. Leafland may, at its discretion, forward details of any amounts outstanding and overdue for payment, to a recovery agent for the purpose of effecting collection of any monies owing. Should Leafland utilize the service of a recovery agent, you, the customer, undertake to make payment of all debt collection costs in regard to any monies owed by you.

Credit Application: Please complete the application form on page 182 and send it back to us. Forward Orders: Selected stock can be labeled and held provided the customer pays a deposit of 50% of its value. Ownership: Goods remain the property of Leafland until paid for in full.

Leafland take the greatest care to have all trees dispatched true to name but will give no warranty as to growth or description. As we have no control over the area the trees are to be planted in we do not undertake to replace any failures. Placing an order with Leafland constitutes full acceptance of the above terms of trade.

CONTACT US NOW: 0800 532 352 or sales@leafland.co.nz

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QUA LI T Y SPECIMEN TR EES Nurseries located at - 1 Roberts Line, & 710 Napier Road, Whakarongo, Both situated in Palmerston North, 4414 Open Mon-Fri (8am-5pm) Freephone: 0800 Leafland - (0800 532 352) Freefax: 0508 53 23 52 Email: sales@leafland.co.nz www.leafland.co.nz

1 Roberts Line, Palmerston North 4414 Freephone: 0800 Leafland - (0800 532 352) - Freefax: 0508 53 23 52 sales@leafland.co.nz - www.leafland.co.nz

2017 Leafland Wholesale Catalogue (linked to our website version)  

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