Kerikeri Plant Production is located at 55 Riddell Rd in beautiful Northland. Kerikeri Plant Production has been offering quality natives for retail and wholesale since 1990, and specialises in hand-propagated New Zealand Native groundcovers, shrubs, trees and ferns.
Our dedicated team of plant propagators and nursery assistants brings an impressive depth of knowledge and experience to our operation, and their attention to detail through hand propagation means we can consistently offer high quality plants.
We source the majority of our seed from top-performing local and nationwide trees, and grow cuttings and fern spores in-house from selected stock in order to maintain the genetic integrity of our plants.
Kerikeri Plant Production is a Northland nursery offering New Zealand Native shrubs, trees and ferns grown by a team of experienced plant propagators. Our retail store is based in Kerikeri where we take advantage of the beautiful weather for producing top quality plants for both regular and one off retail customers. You can also view our retail stock online and request a quote. Our onsite team have a wealth of knowledge and are happy to advise you on your planting choice.
Kerikeri Plant Production supplies plant nurseries across the top of the North Island with GOL plants for their own stock. We grow a wide range of NZ Natives from seeds, seedlings, cuttings and spores. We specialise in hard to grow natives like Rewarewa (Knightia excelsa), Puriri, Rimu (Dacrydium cupressinum), Kohekohe (Dysoxylum spectabile), Putaputaweta (Carpodetus serratus) and many more including a wide selection of ferns.
Kerikeri Plant Production has expanded its production volumes to also supply large scale planting projects - farm revegetation and riparian planting programmes, as well as wetland reclamations and subdivision developments. We work with Farmers, Landscapers, Landscape Architects, Property developers, Marae, Iwi and community groups to supply their project planting requirements. We recommend that you talk to us as early as possible in your project planning. Some species can take over a year to grow to planting size, and demand is growing for all species used in large scale planting. Early discussion can help ensure that the plant supply elements of your project on track and within budget.