Our Plants

Grown locally, seed sourced native species that are strong and thrive into the future.

Pseudopanax crassifolius

Has two distinct growth forms. It starts life as a small tree with very thin rigid downward leaves with a serrated edge before transitioning to an adult form after 2m in height, when the lower leaves are dropped and the stem begins to thicken and branch, producing a bushy top. Finally, it becomes a comparatively conventional lollipop-shaped canopy of fairly plain, dark green leaves.

Closely related is Pseudopanax ferox, the toothed lancewood. They are similar except the leaves of P. ferox are more abundant and severely toothed, resembling remotely a bandsaw blade





Plant Type


Full Size H x W

12m x 3m

Soil Type

Dry free draining
Wet heavy poor draining


Full sun
Partial shade
Dry, windy exposed sites


Erosion control
Provides shade/shelter


Attracts bees
Attracts insects

Diverse Plant Range

Important for plant health and
a balanced life to the land

Reared from Seed

Plants will grow and establish faster, stronger and look fantastic quicker

Purposeful Planting

Usefull for shelter, water retention and wildlife benefits

Our passion lies in demonstrating the sustainability of planting in a method that has zero negative impact on land and resources but rather leave them in a better state.