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Bangalow Palms

Horizontal marks on the trunk and a swollen base characterise this beautiful palm from eastern Australia. Even more defining is the hi
$40.00
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Black Finger Limes

New this season, the fruit is a little larger, black skin from the start and with green flesh, a striking combination. Growth is more
$45.00
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Buddha’s Hand Citron

This unusual variation of the citron was selected and maintained by monks, possibly moving from India into Asia over a long time. Th
$45.00
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Camellia sinensis var assamica

I’m very lucky to have this plant from a cutting given to me by Colonel Tom Durrant at least 40 years ago when he was actively i
$30.00
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Camellia sinensis var sinensis

Grown for green tea production or for those gorgeous clipped hedges. Green Tea (and white tea) come from the fresh shoots of Came
$20.00
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Camellia yushienensis

A special deliciously fragrant camellia named for its Chinese province of origin. Very tidy leaves on a roundish bush, whjte c
$30.00
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Casana

A soft leafed small tree from Ecuador, related to Tamarillo. Its yellow fruit are spicy tasty, can easily be eaten out of hand with
$15.00
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Casimiroa/ White Sapote - Seedlings

Absolutely delicious large creamy fruit, but in our experience cross pollination is essential. Pollinated fruit can be softball size
$20.00
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Cassava/Manihot grahamii

Beautiful leaves are the feature of this Cassava. True edible Cassavas are too tender for NZ (so far!) so this is our best shot. 3m
$25.00
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Cassia didymobotrya

Not seen for ten years in NZ this remarkable big shrub with lots of yellow pea flower spikes has a remarkable feature. If you rub th
$10.00
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Chatham Island Nikau

I believe this is a separate species to the mainland Nikau. It is far tidier growing, far faster growing, and more cold hardy, so gen
$45.00
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Cherimoya/ Custard apples - Grafted

These delicious fruit from the Andes are unlikely to become supermarket fare because they need to be eaten quickly when they ripen and
$40.00
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Cherimoya/ Custard apples - Seedlings

These delicious fruit from the Andes are unlikely to become supermarket fare because they need to be eaten quickly when they ripen
$20.00
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Clivia red

Big strappy green leaves, red flowers in spring
$15.00
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Clivia yellow

Big strappy green leaves, yellow flowers in spring
$15.00
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Crotalaria agatifolia

Very rarely available, this multileadered tree has yellow flowers like Kakabeak flowers in spike clusters for all the warmer months. U
$30.00
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Dracaena draco

The Dragon Tree is very distinctive with its stout trunk to a metre or two, then a crown of bluish leaves similar to cabbage tree fron
$25.00
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Ferula asafoetida

Asa foetida is a popular spice coming mainly from Iran and Afghanistan, much used in Indian cuisine. (Also called Hing). To my pri
$15.00
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Ficus roxburghii

If anything even harder to find than Ficus dammaropsis! The Strawberry Fig has huge leaves with orange new leaves. Definitely needs
$100.00
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Ficus dammaropsis

Its taken years to learn how to grow these fabulous big leaf New Guinea figs. Others sell them for $200 to $600 so get this bargain w
$100.00
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Ficus rumphii

This fig gets out of bed about November to make new growth, but then has beautiful jeaves well into winter. The false Bodhi Tree is s
$50.00
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