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Puahou (five finger)

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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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Houpara (five finger) – (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 20 cm 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. Ideal garden feature specimens with large bunches of small black berries attracting the birds. Also essential for Native forest restoration projects.

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Puahou (five finger)

Puahou (five finger)

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.