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  • Kawakawa
    Kawakawa

    KawaKawa (Macropiper excelsum) A native coastal shrub reaching 2 - 3m...

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  • Puka
    Puka

    Puka (Meryta sinclairii) A large-leaved evergreen tree endemic to NZ,...

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  • Manuka (Pink)
    Manuka (Pink)

    Manuka – Pink flowering  (Leptospermum scoparium) A very attractive...

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  • Rengarenga Lily
    Rengarenga Lily

    RengaRenga Lily (Arthropodium cirratum) A species of  herbaceous...

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  • Kaka Beak
    Kaka Beak

    Kaka Beak (Clianthus) – Kowhai ngutu kaka Features striking red flowers...

    $ 8.00
  • Pigeonwood (Porokaiwhiri)
    Pigeonwood (Porokaiwhiri)

    Pigeonwood (Porokaiwhiri) An attractive medium sized understory tree...

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  • Mingimingi
    Mingimingi

    Mingimingi (Coprosma propinqua) A small leafed shrub or tree growing to...

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  • Puriri
    Puriri

    Puriri (Vitex lucens) Can grow up to 20 m tall, with a trunk commonly up...

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  • Tanehaka
    Tanekaha

    Tanekaha (Phyllocladus trichomanoides) Tanekaha is a medium-sized forest...

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  • Houpara (five finger)
    Puahou (five finger)

    Puahou – (Pseudopanax arboreus) Naturally occurring in NZ forests of...

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    KawaKawa (Macropiper excelsum) A native coastal shrub reaching 2 - 3m tall, it is popular as a medicinal herbal remedy for stomach complaints, and chewing the leaves will reduce toothache.

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    Puka (Meryta sinclairii) A large-leaved evergreen tree endemic to NZ, which grows to about 8m tall, with the distinctly tropical appearance typical of the genus. Puka occurs naturally on the three Kings Islands and The Hen and Chicken Islands off the Northland coast, though Maori were also propagating it on the mainland.

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    Manuka – Pink flowering  (Leptospermum scoparium) A very attractive version of our native Manuka with soft pink flowers, it is native to the Far North. Not to be confused with the Australian red Tea Tree or one of it’s hybrid crosses.

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    RengaRenga Lily (Arthropodium cirratum) A species of  herbaceous perennial plant, endemic to NZ,  where it may once have been farmed. It is used for medicine as well as food, and has symbolic importance in traditional Maori culture.

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    Kaka Beak (Clianthus) – Kowhai ngutu kaka Features striking red flowers resembling the beak of the native parrot, the Kaka. These are a highly endangered species with only 153 trees known to be left in the wild. It will grow up to 3 or 4 metres in ideal conditions and is an ideal ornamental garden species.

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    Pigeonwood (Porokaiwhiri) An attractive medium sized understory tree that also does well in an open garden situation. Produces clusters of juicy fruits that are a favourite of the Wood Pigeon

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    Mingimingi (Coprosma propinqua) A small leafed shrub or tree growing to 2 or 3 metres. MingiMingi in Maori means twisted, describing its branch formation. It’s small blue berries attract the birds.

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    Puriri (Vitex lucens) Can grow up to 20 m tall, with a trunk commonly up to 1.5 m in diameter, frequently thicker, and a broad spreading crown. As seedlings they look similar to KoheKohe, but develop deeper creased pockets around the veins in the more mature trees.

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    Tanekaha (Phyllocladus trichomanoides) Tanekaha is a medium-sized forest tree growing up to 20 m in height and 1 m trunk diameter. The main structural shoots are green for 2–3 years, then turn brown as the bark thickens. The leaves are sparse, tiny, scale-like, 2–3 mm long, and only green (photosynthetic) for a short time, soon turning brown.

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    Puahou – (Pseudopanax arboreus) Naturally occurring in NZ forests of both the North and South Islands. Featuring leaves of 5 to 7 leaflets or 'fingers' of 15 to 20cm length. This is the glossier leafed version of the common 5 finger 'Houpara' which has a more leathery dull surfaced leaf and tends to be found more in coastal areas of the Upper North Island.

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    KoheKohe (Dysoxylum spectabile) A medium-sized tree found in lowland and coastal forests throughout most of the North Island, and also occurs in the Marlborough Sounds.Mature trees grow up to 15m in height, with a trunk up to a metre in diameter.

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    Mapou (Myrsine australis) Reaching about 6 metres it has distinctive dark red branches and wavy olive green leaves, and is often mistaken for a pittosporum. An essential component of bush regeneration projects, but also very attractive in the home garden.

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