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Whārangi

Melicope ternata

Whārangi

ABOUT:
Māori used the leaves and gum for their citrus scent, also chewing the gum to sweeten breath for sufferers of halitosis. 204 more words

Coastal

The Lagen Hornbill Chronicles

In all my years of doing environment work, I never thought I would have the chance to take care of a baby Palawan Hornbill ( 1,820 more words

Palawan

Koromiko

Veronica macrocarpa var. macrocarpa,
Veronica salicifolia
& Veronica stricta
varieties

(previously known as Hebe macrocarpa, Hebe salicifolia & Hebe stricta respectively)

Koromiko / Hebe… 367 more words

Coastal

Lancewood

Pseudopanax crassifolius
& Pseudopanax ferox

(previously known by a variety of names, and even as separate species for juvenile and adult. Generally previously recognised in the… 385 more words

Coastal

Hard Tussock

Festuca novae-zealandiae

(previously known as Festuca ovina ssp. novae-zealandiae and Festuca ovina var. novae-zealandiae)

Hard Tussock

ABOUT:
This tussock still holds strong connection to the kiwi landscape, epitomising iconic kiwi back-country farms. 221 more words

Coastal

Coprosma 'Hawera'

Coprosma acerosa ‘Hawera’

Coprosma ‘Hawera’

ABOUT:
Coprosma means “smells like dung”, though I’m yet to come across any that smell this way.
This selection is a variety of… 280 more words

Coastal

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~ When cherry was mature | 櫻桃成熟時 ~ 40 more words

Animals