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Ferox | Shrub | Pseudopanax | Garden Beauty
 

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Pseudopanax ferox

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At a Glance

- Pseudopanax ferox
- Evergreen
- Prehistoric looking
- Reddish bronze toothed foliage
- Excellent in a patio pot or border
- Hardy
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Plant Information

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

 

Genus: Pseudopanax
Variety: ferox
Category: Shrub
Reference: psefer

Height & Spread: 5x 2m
Flower Colour: green
Foliage: Evergreen
Soil Type: free draining slightly acid
Aspect: Full sun or dappled shade
Season of Interest: all year round

Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions

 

Pseudopanax ferox

Pseudopanax ferox, Evergreen, Prehistoric looking, Reddish bronze toothed foliage, Excellent in a patio pot or border, Hardy,

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