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We stock New Zealand’s largest and most extensive range of native plant seeds, we also stock a range of popular New Zealand exotic tree and shrub seed.

We market our seeds directly to seed merchants, propagators, nurseries and home gardeners around the world.

We are firmly committed to delivering the highest-quality seed and service possible to all our customers worldwide.

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New Zealand Tree Seeds
P. O. Box 435

New Zealand 7440

PHONE New Zealand  03 3121635 or International +64 3 3121635
FAX New Zealand  03 3121638 or International +64 3 3121638




Popular NZ native flower seed

Arthropodium cirratum
Celmisia armstrongi
Celmisia semicordata
Clematis paniculata
Clianthus puniceus albus
Clianthus puniceus rosea
Libertia peregrinans
Metrosideros fulgens
Metrosideros perfororata
Pachystegia insignis
Parsonsia heterophylla
Tecomanthe speciosa

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Phyllocladus trichomanoides

Phyllocladus trichomanoides

Tanekaha A fast growing species to 10m or 15m, grows in forests from sea level to about 800m, throughout the North Island and the top half of the South Island of New Zealand.

Makes an attractive specimen tree with bright green leaves very like small celery leaves in appearance, hence its common name Celery pine.

New Zealand Native
Tecomanthe speciosa

Tecomanthe speciosa
Tecomanthe speciosa
Current Conservation Status is listed as Nationally Critical

A solitary plant of Tecomanthe speciosa or the Three Kings Vine was first discovered on theThree Kings islands 55 km off the northern tip of New Zealand, during a scientific survey in 1945. No other specimens have ever been found in the wild. Tecomauthe is a tropical genus not otherwise represented in New Zealand.

Tecomanthe speciosa is a vigorous twining climber of tropical appearance growing up to 10m in height. The glossy, thick compound leaves consist of up to five leaflets. In autumn or early winter it bears long cream-coloured tubular flowers that emerge directly from the stem in large clusters.

Tecomanthe speciosa requires warm conditions, and is very sensitive to frost, suffering damage if the temperature drops below -2C. The seedlings grow vigorously, and may flower within two or three years.

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