Landscape Grade plants. You would normally expect to pay about $8.00 each at a garden centre for these.
Maori Name: Karamu
Karamu is a shrub which grows to around five metres in height, with pale brown bark and sharp-pointed leathery leaves. The green flowers grow in dense heads and by autumn they turn into many small orange-coloured bitter fruit that attract birds. Karamu does not produce fruit until about three years after planting.
Currently about 250mm plus tall
Flowers for bee fodder
Berries for birds
These plants are extremely healthy, Out door grown in South Canterbury’s harsh conditions. Grown in Plastic Pots 85mm x 85mm x 90mm.
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