Phyllocladus trichomanoides  Tanekaha  1

Phyllocladus trichomanoides Tanekaha, Celery pine.

Found from the North Cape south to northern Marlborough and Nelson districts in the South Island, in lowland forest up to 800 m above sea level.

Pimelea longifolia Taranga

Lightly branched shrub with large fragrant white flower heads.

Pimelea prostrate  Nz Daphne

Pimelea prostrata New Zealand daphne

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

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Pimelea tomentosa

Attractive small shrub, important component of coastal cliffs and shrub land vegetation

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Pimelea traversii Travers Pimelea

Bushy shrub with erect branches and clusters of white flowers.

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Pittosporum crassifolium Karo

Very hardy coastal shrub found growing on most of the North Island's east coast. Purchase 5 or more 1 L Karo and pay $4.95 ea. Purchase 5 or more PB 3 Karo and pay $5.95 each.

Pittosporum eugenioides  lemonwood-a-1

​Pittosporum eugenioides​ Tarata, lemonwood.

Popular fast growing tree frequently used for hedging or shelter and also useful as a specimen tree.

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Pittosporum fairchildii Three Kings Island pittosporum

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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.

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​Pittosporum roimata Found throughout North Island and much of the South Island

An epiphyte often found growing on large trees. Attractive yellow flowers.

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Pittosporum tenuifolium Kohukohu

Very adaptable, fast growing plant found throughout New Zealand.

Plagianthus regius Ribbonwood

Juvenile tangled foliage matures to beautiful tree

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Poa cita Silver tussock

A common plant of scrub and grassland in coastal to alpine areas throughout New Zealand. A graceful weeping tussock grass.

Podocarpus totara  Totara  Lowland Totara-016

Podocarpus totara One of our mightiest forest trees. Totara has also been an important timber tree.

Totara is suitable as a specimen tree or hedging. Very adaptable to many different situations.

Podocarpus totara 'Matapouri Blue' Blue Totara

Totara with beautiful blue grey foliage.

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Pomaderris edgerleyi Pomaderris prunifolia var. edgerleyi. Distribution North Island only from Te Paki south to about Dargaville

Low-growing shrub to 1m tall with rusty fuzzy twigs bearing small wrinkled leathery oval leaves with small teeth along the edge and clusters of yellowish flowers inhabiting Northland.

Pomaderris rugosa Pomaderris

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Pouteria costata or Planchonella Tawapou

Attractive tree growing 4-5m high producing large berries enjoyed by wood pigeon. Ideal for coastal sites.

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Pseudopanax 'Cyril Watson' Hybrid Pseudopanax

Attractive large thick leaves with rounded edges.

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Pseudopanax crassifolius Lancewood, horoeka

Found throughout the country, with a very distinctive juvenile form prodivding a dramatic feature.