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Privacy Solutionz™

Do you need privacy from nosey neighbours or protection from wind and noise? The man size grade means these plants will provide privacy, shelter and protection.
Camellia Setsugekka

Camellia Setsugekka

A delightful Japanese camellia which produces large, white single blooms with wavy petals from autumn through to early winter.

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Magnolia Little Gem

Magnolia Little Gem

This evergreen American selection has become very popular worldwide.

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Pittosporum Eugenoides Mini Green

Pittosporum Eugenoides Mini Green

This evergreen New Zealand native has large, lime green, wavy-edged leaves and forms a neat pyramid shaped shrub.

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Pittosporum Limelight

Pittosporum Limelight

This plant has an attractive foliage of lime green leaves with yellow veins. Its non-invasive root structure prefers free draining soil in a sunny or partly shaded position. This plant is approximately three years old and will double in size over the next three years growing to a height of 2m by 1.5m if desired. Available South Island only

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Pittosporum Marjorie Channon

Pittosporum Marjorie Channon

An attractive large growing evergreen shrub with dark stems that are covered with light green leaves richly margined creamy white and flushed with pink.

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Pittosporum Mountain Green

Pittosporum Mountain Green

It has dense glossy lime green foliage. It is suitable in almost all New Zealand soils and climatic situations.

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Pittosporum Silver Sheen

Pittosporum Silver Sheen

This plant has dark brown to black stems covered with small round, silvery green leaves. Its non-invasive root structure prefers free draining soil in a sunny or partly shaded position.

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Pittosporum Stephens Island

Pittosporum Stephens Island

With lime to olive green leaves and its neutral colour and texture, it provides a fabulous background for many garden designs and styles. Its non-invasive root structure prefers free draining soil in a sunny or partly shaded position.

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