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Pseudopanax Cyril Watson
Distinctive leaves with three to five thick short lobes. Very good tub plant.
Height 2m x Width 2m
Full sun Filtered sun Frost tolerant Normal soil moisture conditions Wind tolerent - non coastal - symbol key

Pseudopanax Purpureus
A purple leaved hybrid with the same features as P. lessonii. Foliage colour deepens in winter.
Height 3m x Width 3m
Full sun Filtered sun Frost tolerant Normal soil moisture conditions Wind tolerent - non coastal Tolerates coastal exposure - symbol key

Pseudopanax arboreus
Five Finger
A small rounded tree with large leaves divided into 5-7 leaflets. The flowers are attractive to bees and the large bunches of black seeds are enjoyed by birds. Use in the shrubbery, in tubs, as a specimen or for revegetation purposes. Hardy.
Height 5m x Width 2m
Filtered sun Frost tolerant Normal soil moisture conditions - symbol key

Pseudopanax crassifolius
Lancewood
A well known tree with its dramatic lance-like foliage.The long serrated leaves shorten as the plant matures and, after many years, a round topped tree eventuates. The juvenile form is excellent planted in groups. Good in tubs. Hardy.
Height 5m x Width 4m
Full sun Filtered sun Frost tolerant Dry & free draining soil Normal soil moisture conditions - symbol key

Pseudopanax crassifolius hybrids
Hybrids of pseudopanax species. Varied forms from lance like leaves to broader palmate leaves. These plants make good tub subjects.
Height 3m x Width 2m
Full sun Filtered sun Frost tolerant Normal soil moisture conditions Wind tolerent - non coastal - symbol key

Pseudopanax ferox
Savage Lancewood
Similar to P.crassifolius, but with broader more coarsely serrated leaves which have a mottled brown colouring. Slow growing. Hardy.
Height 5m x Width 2m
Full sun Filtered sun Dry & free draining soil Normal soil moisture conditions Wind tolerent - non coastal - symbol key

Pseudopanax laetus
Large-Leaved Five-Finger
Similar to P. arboreus, except that the leaves are much larger giving the plant a bold tropical appearance. Grows into a spreading, rounded shaped shrub, excellent in a shrubbery, by a pool or in a tub. Tuis visit for nectar in spring & fruits through autumn. Can be frost damaged when young
Height 3m x Width 4m
Full sun Filtered sun Frost tolerant Normal soil moisture conditions Requires protection from wind - symbol key

Pseudopanax lessonii
Houpara
A small tree with glossy palmate leaves. Wind resistant and good on the coast. Damaged by heavy frosts.
Height 4m x Width 3m
Full sun Filtered sun Dry & free draining soil Normal soil moisture conditions Wind tolerent - non coastal Tolerates coastal exposure - symbol key

Pseudopanax lessonii hybrids
A range of colours, sizes and leaf shapes result from the P. lessonii hybridising with other members of the family. Good tub plants.

Full sun Filtered sun Frost tolerant Normal soil moisture conditions Wind tolerent - non coastal Tolerates coastal exposure - symbol key

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