- Pseudopanax ferox - Evergreen - Prehistoric looking - Reddish bronze toothed foliage - Excellent in a patio pot or border - Hardy -
Pseudopanax ferox, also known as a Toothed Lancewood - a native plant of New Zealand which is a truly unique architectural plant bearing unusual long strappy toothed leaves which are reddish bronze and pendant when young, mature foliage rounded and dark green forming a round headed tree (after 20 years)
Pseudopanax ferox is an excellent feature plant that can be grown at the back of a border. Best grown in a fertile well drained soil in full sun to dappled shade, protect from cold winter winds when young. Hardy. Evergreen
Evergreen shrub from New Zealand with an upright habit and deep green glossy leaves with have 3 lobes, these are thick, leathery and glossy. In late summer umbels of tiny green flowers may be produced.