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phyllocladus totoa

Posted by blue_yew Z9 swe (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 30, 12 at 5:30

Celery pine one of the rarer species from New Zealand

phyllocladus glaucous

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RE: Phyllocladus toatoa

toatoa ;-)

A recent acquisition, I guess?


RE: phyllocladus totoa

Nice - I have P. aspeniifolius in the cool greenhouse. A friend has P. hypophyllus. It has the biggest "leaves" (phyllodes).

RE: phyllocladus totoa

Wow. It really does look like celery.

RE: phyllocladus totoa

if you had posted this in the tree forum.. i would have guessed oak ... lol

you guys are blowing my mind with these warmer zone plants ...


RE: phyllocladus totoa

That is a gorgeous looking tree. Have you seen a full grown specimen? I'm off to google ... I want to see what they look like all grown up.

RE: phyllocladus totoa

There is a nice cultivar ' Silver Blades' in the UK with glaucous leaves. I had one a lot of years ago, but died.
I liked it very much.


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