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Palms/Cycads 

The palms that grow in our New Zealand climate are those rare species that can tolerate colder climates. The Cotton palm, Jelly palm, Date palm and Fan palm are all able to manage not only the cooler climes but can also handle the stormy coastal winds and even light frosts.

Palm leaves can be long and divided, like giant fern leaves – called ‘feather palms, or they can be rounded and fan shaped – called ‘fan palms’. Palms are exceptional specimens to use in the landscape design when desiring to create a ‘tropical’ feeling in the garden – that relaxed and ‘beachy’ look that gives the illusion that you are living on a desert island. Sit on a lounger under the palm and call for a Pina Colada!


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aka Agave

This giant perennial succulent makes a real statement especially when planted in groups of 3 or more. The broad gray-green leaves form a perfect large rosette. Will thrive in poor dry soil but will not tolerate harsh frost. Looks good in a container. Evergreen.

Once Agave have flowered the mother plant will die down leaving the offsets to continue growing.

 

Colour: Green / Yellow
Habit: Clump forming
Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 100cm x 100cm

Agave Attenuata

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A tough and hardy deciduous shrub with an arching network of bare branches that usually have thorns. In winter these are covered with clusters of tight buds that open out to double pink flowers. Nice complementary fresh green foliage. Very showy, good for floral art. Easy to grow.

 

Chaenomeles Pink Storm

Current Stock Height: 15/30 cm  ? 

Container: 2.5l  ? 

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