exotic

Arenga micrantha

A larger-growing clumping species with some reddish colouring in the new foliage and attractive coarse black fibres around the base.

Hedyscepe canterburyana

The immaculate palm from high altitude on Lord Howe Island with its unmistakeable silhouette.

Livistona chinensis

The Chinese fountain palm, with a large dense crown of tidy fans whose tips hang down in a spectacular weeping effect.

Dypsis Baronii

Clumping stems up to 125mm thick, lush foliage.

Hawaiian lo’ulu palm

Pritchardias A family of very attractive fan palms from Hawaii, surprisingly quite hardy in New Zealand, though best with some shelter.

Dwarf Date – Potted specimens

Roebelini in big pots make very handsome specimens.