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Tilia x europaea

Common lime (Linden) Ht 25-35m

Broadly columnar, deciduous. Hybrid between Tilia cordata and Tilia platyphyllos and common throughout NZ.

Picture name: 
TILCOR
Species id: 
3699
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Deciduous
  • Attractive autumn colours - yellow
  • Attractive flowers or catkins
  • Attracts bees
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.45
    $2.80
  • 40-60cm

    $6.25
    $3.90
  • 60-90cm

    $7.60
    $4.55
  • 90-120cm

    $9.25
    $5.40
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Sorbus domestica

True Service tree Ht 10-15m

S. Europe. Broadly columnar, deciduous. Fairly dense crown. Clusters of white flowers in spring followed by 2.5cm green fruits like small apples or pears. The very sour fruit used in Europe to make a beer. Highly figured timber for furniture. Rare.

Picture name: 
SORDOM
Species id: 
3628
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Deciduous
  • Attractive autumn colours - yellow
  • Attractive flowers or catkins
  • Attractive to birds
  • Attractive berries fruits or cone
  • Attracts bees
  • Edible fruits and seeds
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.45
    $2.80
  • 40-60cm

    $6.25
    $3.90
  • 60-90cm

    $7.60
    $4.55
  • 90-120cm

    $9.25
    $5.40
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Robinia pseudoacacia

Black locust Ht 20-25m

E. & Midwest USA. Broadly columnar deciduous. Variable stem form. Planted in NZ for slip stabilisation. Fixes nitrogen. Recommend close planting for ground durable posts & firewood. Rootstock grade CUT OFFS @ 65cm for straight new rod growth in Spring. Any other grades will be be uncut

Picture name: 
ROBPSE
Species id: 
3459
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Deciduous
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attractive autumn colours - yellow
  • Attractive flowers or catkins
  • Attractive berries fruits or cone
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • Firewood
  • Erosion control
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $12.25
    $6.80
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $15.00
    $8.50
  • Rootstock

    $8.15
    $4.50

Quercus muehlenbergii

Chinkapin oak Ht 10-20m

Medium sized deciduous white oak with glossy toothed leaves and small sweet, edible acorns. Tolerates alkaline dry rocky soils in the wild and grows well in cultivation on fertile loams. Acorns attractive to game birds.

Picture name: 
QUEACU
Species id: 
3421
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Deciduous
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attractive autumn colours - yellow
  • Attractive to birds
  • Edible fruits and seeds
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $7.00
    $3.75
  • 40-60cm

    $7.90
    $4.50
  • 60-90cm

    $9.40
    $5.80
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Gleditsia triacanthos v. inermis

Thornless honey locust Ht 25-30m

E.USA. Broadly columnar, deciduous. Thornless variety producing long brown pods which are edible by stock. Yellow leaves in autumn. Light shade with fairly open crown. Wood is hard & coarse grained. The red-brown heartwood is very durable.

Picture name: 
BETPEN
Species id: 
3009
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Deciduous
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attractive autumn colours - yellow
  • Attractive berries fruits or cone
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • Erosion control
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $7.00
    $3.75
  • 40-60cm

    $7.90
    $4.50
  • 60-90cm

    $9.40
    $5.80
  • 90-120cm

    $12.25
    $6.80
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $15.00
    $8.50
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Juglans australis (POT grown)

Argentinian black walnut Ht 15-20m

NW Argentina to Bolivia in humid forests. Very similar in appearance to the Black walnut of the USA, and may have been moved by migrating indigenous people as a food and trade item along the mountains over a very long period. Suited to the mild parts of NZ.

Picture name: 
JUGREG
Species id: 
5054
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Deciduous
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attractive autumn colours - yellow
  • Container Grown
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.20
    $3.55
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Quercus sartorii (PLUG grown)

A Mexican red oak Ht 25m

Broadly spreading evergreen. Smaller sweet chestnut shaped glossy leaf. Differs from most red oaks in that the acorns ripen the first instead of the second year after forming. Hardy in Nth Canterbury, may be deciduous in cold climates.

Picture name: 
QUEILE
Species id: 
4887
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Evergreen
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Container Grown
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.20
    $3.55
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Quercus crassipes (POT grown)

Mexican oak - red oak group

Broadly spreading, evergreen. Collected from Bob Berry's Hackfalls arboretum. Leaves small, narrow and not toothed, gradually turning yellow before falling. Rare in NZ.

Picture name: 
QUEILE
Species id: 
3384
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Evergreen
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Container Grown
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.20
    $3.55
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Pinus thunbergii (PLUG grown)

Japanese black pine Ht 20-30m

Broadly conical, evergreen. Rigid dark green needles in 2's, 10cm long. Egg shaped cone 7cm long. A coastal tree tolerating salt winds and poor sandy soils. Performing well as shelter on high exposed cold sites.

Picture name: 
PINTHU
Species id: 
3255
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
No
Group conifers: 
Yes
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Evergreen
  • Resistant to salt spray
  • Tolerates exposed sites
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attractive berries fruits or cone
  • Timber
  • Erosion control
  • Shelter
  • Container Grown
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $5.20
    $3.55
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

Eucalyptus macrorhynca (PLUG grown)

Red stringybark Ht 25-30m

NSW & Victoria in lower ranges and tablelands. Medium sized tree with rough fibrous stringy bark, timber is red, can be split and used for fencing. Recommend planting in early Spring after chance of frosts.

Picture name: 
EUCNIT
Species id: 
2959
Group natives: 
No
Group trees and shrubs: 
Yes
Group conifers: 
No
Categories: 
  • Medium tree
  • Evergreen
  • Tolerates dry sites
  • Attracts bees
  • Timber
  • Firewood
  • Container Grown
  • 5-20cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 20-40cm

    $4.60
    $2.95
  • 40-60cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 60-90cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 90-120cm

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • 1.2-1.5m

    $0.00
    $0.00
  • Rootstock

    $0.00
    $0.00

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