Hebe-diosmifolia

Hebe diosmifolia Northland Hebe from Cape Reinga to Waimauku.

Easily recognised by its very small leaves. Grows 70cm-1m high, produces masses of white flowers through winter.

Hebe divaricata Distribution is South Island mainly through Marlborough and Nelson.

Very neat, compact form, grows 1-2m high. It produces clusters of small white flowers.

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Hebe parviflora Distribution both North and South Islands. In the North Island it is found from Whangarei to the East Cape.

Often grows 3-4m in height although can be kept trimmed. Attractive yellow stems and long white flower spikes.

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Kunzea ericoides Kanuka

Found throughout NZ. Kanuka leaves are much softer to touch than the Manuka.

Leptospermum 'Blossum' Cultivar

Grows 2 metres high, produces large double pink flowers through winter and spring much loved by bees. Best in full sun and trimmed annually to maintain bushy growth.

Leptospermum 'Pink Cascade' Cultivar

Produces masses of pink flowers in early autumn and spring. Grows very vigorously in a semi-prostrate form spreading approx.1.5 m in width and reaches a height of 1m.

Leptospermum 'Red Ensign' Cultivar

This delightful cultivar produces masses of scarlet flowers in spring/early summer. Tolerates dry or a well-drained soil type, prefers full sun and some wind. Can be trimmed.

Libertyia peregrinans Native iris

Found in localised areas o Northland in sandy soils. Creeping habit plant with attractive orange foliage.

Melicytus ramiflorus Whiteywood, mahoe

One of our most common trees found in scrub throughout NZ. Distinctive grey/white bark.

Metrosideros robusta Northern rata found throughout the North Island.

Begins life as an epiphyte in the branches of a host tree. Slow growings and can take several years before flowering.

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Metrosideros umbellata Southern rata

Rare in the North Island, found more commonly on the west coast of the South where the rainfall is higher.

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Muehlenbeckia astonii Found coastal areas of the South Island.

Interlacing stemmed shrub growing 1-2.5m, makers ideal hedge. Very hardy.

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Muehlenbeckia complexa Pohuehue

Vigorous growing coastal groundcover which forms tangled mass.

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Myrsine aquilonia Poor Knights Island matipou

Attractive small heart shaped leaves. Tolerates most conditions and is ideal very hedging.

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Myrsine divaricata Weeping mapou

A bushy divaricating/interlacing shrub giving excellent contrast in any garden.

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Phormium 'Green Dwarf' Cultivar

Low growing up to 1m high. Green upright foliage and yellow flowers.

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Phormium 'Tom Thumb' Cultivar

Dark green/brown flax growing 50cm high.

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Pimelia prostrata New Zealand daphane

Low growing shrub spreading about 1m. Attractive blue foliage and white flowers.

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Pittosporum crassifolium Karo

Very hardy coastal shrub found growing on most of the North Island's east coast.

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Pittosporum obcordatum Rare plant in the wild. Can be found both islands.

Grows into a small columnar tree of about 4m high with interlacing branches.