2017 Tree Catalogue is available
Our 2017 Deciduous Ornamental and Fruit Tree Catalogue is now available with 32 pages of the best selection of trees to add value, beauty, privacy, shade, blossom and/or colour to your property. As well as fruit and nuts for the productive garden.
Whether you want to line a long driveway or just add another plum to your orchard - we specialise in providing the best advice and selection of trees - no matter how big or small your garden is.
I recommend ordering early to secure your favourites.
Please get in touch if you have planting plans this year - we are here to help.
Exciting New ican Seeds
We’re thrilled to have in store this all new range of the very best Vegetable Seeds for the home gardener. Our garden experts have carried out extensive trials and sought advice from vegetable seed specialists in NZ and internationally and we have chosen 15 of the very best for you under the ‘ican’ brand.
The majority of these varieties are hybrids where there has been a focus on breeding for:
· Superior Taste
· Improved Pest and Disease resistance
· Increased Vigour and Yield
Each vegetable in the range is the very best performer that we can find for you.
New Highway at Peka Peka
Don't use the expressway...
If you want to get to Harrisons from the South then the expressway is of no use to you unless you are on a bike, a horse or walking. Now that the expressway/bypass is open to traffic we have a lot of customers discovering that the big bright new road through our back yard is not for us. That said the old highway is now empty and an easy stress free drive.
We would really appreciate you sharing with friends and family the information that ... that they will get to Harrisons the same way they always have - via the old highway.
New in Stock
Dahlias are now in store
An old fashioned favourite that is making a big comeback - such easy care Summer colour for very little effort. Enjoy in the garden or pick for the vase - Dahlias are available in a huge range of colours and styles, from small delicate blooms to large dinner plate sizes. The best selection available is here now!
Our new seasons Roses have arrived
Purchasing and planting your roses in Winter gives them the best start in life - their root systems are well established and they become acclimatised to your environment before the active Spring and Summer growth starts.
We are your specialist supplier in this region - with the best selection and superior quality.
Be sure to start with the best plants for the best results. We physically inspect and individually pot (into our own Harrisons nursery mix) every single rose on the property. Our quality is an investment for you to enjoy years of pleasure - and is backed by our exclusive Plant P
Tui Trees are flowering
Tui and Bellbirds delight in many of our NZ native plants but at this time of the year, after a long cold winter, the tree that attracts them the most is the flowering Cherry - Prunus campanulata.
We have a large Taiwanese Cherry in the garden centre grounds and very year it attracts the Tuis - last year we counted 9 of them at one time.
These are an attractive range of trees - normally requiring some space to grow but in recent years there have been a couple of new introductions P. Jims Delight and P. Mimosa which are suitable for smaller gardens or where space is limited, as they only grow
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