Amenity plants include many New Zealand natives and internationally popular landscaping species.

They are predominantly used in commercial landscaping where a combination of visual attractiveness and hardiness is a prerequisite. Commercial landscaping encompasses commercial buildings, streets, parks, walkways, commercial and residential developments, and many other landscaping projects.

Commonly used amenity species include: Acaena, Agapanthus, Ajuga, Apodasmia, Arthropodium, Asplenium, Astelia, Chionachloa, Cortaderia, Blechnum, Buxus, Canna, ornamental Carex’s and Coprosma’s, Corokia, Cyathea, Dianella, Dietes, Ficus, Fuschia, Gardenia, Grevillia, Griselinea, Hebe’s, Hemerocallis, Hydrangea, Laurelia, Lavender, Leptospermum, Libertia, Liriope, Ligularia, Lomandra, Lophomyrtus, Loropetalum, Macherina, Meryta, Metrosideros, Muehlenbekia, Ophiopogon, Phormium’s, Pimelia, Pratia angulata, Rosmarinus, Selliera, Trachelospermum, and Xeronema.

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