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Camellia grijsii

Camellia grijsii

Camellia grijsii

Species camellia from southern China. The white scented flowers are single with heart shaped petals. Upright growth habit, forms small tree.

4m | $22

 

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
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Davidsonia pruriens (Davidson’s plum)


Davidsonia pruriens (Davidson’s plum)

A rain forest tree from northern Queensland Australia. Forms a medium sized tree with large compound leaves. Edible, purple, plum-like fruit are produced in autumn winter, the red flesh makes a lovely jam. Prefers moist, fertile soils; protect from frost and strong wind.

6m | $20

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz


Dipteronia sinensis

Dipteronia sinensis

Dipteronia sinensis

Endemic to China. A collectors plant. Forms a small tree with elegant, pinnate acer like leaves. The seeds are the standout feature, the winged seeds turn from pale green to purplish red in autumn. 10m

10m | $25

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz


Lomatia ferruginea | SOLD OUT

Lomatia ferruginea

Lomatia ferruginea

A handsome evergreen shrub or small tree from Chile which grows to approx 10m. The dark green fern-like leaves with red brown velvet stems are popular for floral work. It is a coastal species in its natural habitat, can tolerate wet conditions and short dry periods, will grow in light shade and is quite hardy, (zone 8) tolerating average frost. Lomatia is a member of the Proteaceae family and therefore requires minimal fertiliser. Members of this family do not like phosphorus.

10m | $30

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz


Neolitsea sericea

Neolitsea sericea

A small, evergreen, laurel tree from Japan, Korea and China. The new growth in spring is very attractive with shiny tomentum. The leaves contain essential oils that have been used in soap and candle making.

6m | $25

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz


Oreopanax capitatus

Oreopanax capitatus

A small growing, tropical, evergreen tree from Central America. Related to the NZ Pseudopanax, with glossy green leaves similar to the five-finger. Attractive to bees, butterflies and insects. Frost tender.

5m | $25

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz


Osmanthus fragrans var. aurantiacus | WAITING LIST

Osmanthus fragrans var. aurantiacus

A rare orange flowered form of the temple Osmanthus. This upright shrub/small tree is revered in China and Japan for the heavenly scented flowers. Not as hardy as the other Osmanthus, so choose a warm sunny site. Evergreen. See Osmanthus fragrans as an alternative – this is an identical plant with the exception of flower colour, it is also more floriferous.

5m | $40

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz


Salix magnifica | SOLD OUT

Salix magnifica

Salix magnifica

Truly magnificent. The large bluish leaves look more like a Magnolia than a willow. Long catkins up to 25cm in length appear in spring. Would look great beside water or in a tropical garden. Hardy upright shrub, prefers some shelter.

6m | $ 18

Janica and Quin Amoore Woodleigh Nursery 300 Mountain Road RD 3 New Plymouth 4373
Tel 06 752 0830 | Cell 021 072 7394 (phone or text) | Email janica@woodleigh.co.nz