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View the most recent additions to the the NZ Plant Pics list of New Zealand trees, shrubs and other native plants photography here.

Including New Zealand native garden plants - cultivars bred for their merits in your garden or landscaping scheme.

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Aciphylla aurea

Aciphylla aurea
golden speargrass, taramea

Growing near Middlemarch in New Zealand's South Island. Extremely spiky leaves make speargrass a most appropriate name. In this photo you can see the vicious old flower spikes which can remain for up to 2 years. A coloniser of arid windswept and cold grassland.


Fuchsia procumbens

Fuchsia procumbens
creeping / trailing fuchsia

Bright red fruits cover this unusual native creeper / climber in autumn.

More Ground cover plants info and photos

 


Hibiscus trionum

Hibiscus trionum
puarangi, New Zealand hibiscus

A short-lived perennial herb of coastal regions.

This form, with large flowers and a maroon centre may be a nuralised race which has hibridised with the smaller original NZ species.

More New Zealand perennials and other native plants


Dianella nigra syn. Intermedia

Dianella nigra syn. Intermedia
inkberry, New Zealand blueberry, turutu

Autumn berries in Otago bush.

More New Zealand flaxes and grass-like plants



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Asplenium bulbiferum

Asplenium bulbiferum
Hen & Chicken fern

More New Zealand ferns photography

 


Pseudowintera colorata

Pseudowintera colorata
pepper wood, red horopito

Leaf colour varies throughout the year but attains its most vibrant colour in autumn and winter. Horopito leaves are edible in very small quantities... very hot!

More New Zealand shrubs photography


Astelia chathamica 'Silver Spear'

Astelia chathamica 'Silver Spear'

This select cultivar from the Chatham Islands makes a worthy garden plant.

More New Zealand Astelia photography


Brachyglottis 'Otari Cloud'

Brachyglottis 'Otari Cloud'

One of many great garden shrubs previously botanically classified in the Senecio genus, and closely related to the Olearia genus. This is one of the varieties from the group named collectively as the 'Dunedin hybrids'. Long-lasting yellow flowers and velvety soft silver leaves.

More Brachyglottis photography


Tetragonia implexicoma

Tetragonia implexicoma
(syn. T. trigyma)
New Zealand Spinach

A creeping, scrambling plant found growing in stoney or sandy soils, often coastally.

Has small yellow flowers sporadically through the year, followed by red berries in autumn. The young leaves are edible and quite tasty when cooked, hence the common name - New Zealand Spinach. There is also a larger-leaved form (T. tetragonioides) also known as NZ spinach, or kokihi by the Maori


Metrosideros fulgens 'Gold'

Metrosideros fulgens 'Gold'
Syn. 'Aurata'
Rata

This rata species is really a climber of native forest. Due to this rata's compact form (reaching only 1m) it's often grown by gardeners. Mimicing its natural habitat, roots must be kept cool.

More Metrosideros (rata & pohutukawa)


 



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