Waikanae nikau

A very rare pair of mature nikau of this outstanding form

Chamaedorea Costaricana

From the Caribbean, an outstanding sun-hardy clumping palm with slender stems, growing to about 4m height.

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.

Senegal Date Palm


A large-growing clumping palm whose stems when mature lean away from each other with very pleasing effect.

Dwarf Date – Potted specimens

Roebelini in big pots make very handsome specimens.

Triple-planted Kentia

The classic Kentia, multi-planted for big, graceful effect.

Three Nikau

Three mature nikau from a rural property in South Taranaki. This is a tidy nikau when looked after.

Large-crowned Nikau

The provenance of this plant is not precisely known, but the crown is full and open and the trunk is robust.