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It is preferable to propagate plants by seeds rather than cuttings or by division. This ensures maximum genetic diversity is maintained.

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Pseudopanax crassifolius
Height: 6m;  Spread: 2m
Lancewood (Tree)
Interesting juvenile form with long lanceolate leaves shortening to turn into adult. Hardy, 4m specimen tree.
» Click here for our Pseudopanax crassifolius article published in The Fringe, August 2015 ...
Photo gallery:
Adult Lancewood at Lake Sylvan, Glenorchy
Adult Lancewood with a Bellbird feeding on the fruit, Lake Sylvan, Glenorchy
Juvenile leaves on a young lancewood.
Leaves and trunk detail of a young lancewood.
Even though quite a tall tree, this lancewood still has its juvenile foliage.
This mature lancewood has a head with much shorter and wider leaves.