Pseudopanax ferox
(toothed lancewood)


Height: 500 cm
Width: 200 cm
Growth per Annum: Medium
Climate: Hardy
Sun: Full Sun
Soil: Dry, Moist
Category: Tree
Features: Native. Attractive to birds, bees and insects. Suitable restoration species.

A spectacular slow-growing specimen with narrow, saw-like brown juvenile leaves. Becomes a bushy-topped tree with a tall, slender trunk.

Habitat: Coastal to subalpine (10-800 m a.s.l.) on consolidated sand dunes (dune forest), in grey scrub overlying pumice, on recent alluvial (coarse gravels), limestone outcrops, boulder fall, cliff faces, talus slopes and scarps. Also found as a sparse component of seasonally drought-prone but otherwise cold and wet alluvial forests. This species prefers drier habitats and conditions than P. crassifolius.

Flowering: November to April
Fruiting: December to June [Fruit: Black]


  Each 20 or more 50 or more
2l Pot $8.50 $8.00 $