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Pukatea tree the centre of a Puriri tree
Pukatea Puriri

a Puriri shoot on a mature tree
Kahikatea berries, autumn
Kahikatea berries Puriri shoot
the strikingly coloured bark of the Kahikatea
Kahikatea trunk.

Clematis one of at least four plants
we know of on the farm.
epiphytic lilies in a Totara tree Clematis
Epiphytes in Totara and below, the epiphyte Kahakaha fruiting.
fruit of the Kahaha - "perching lily" a Nikau palm in front of a stand of Kahikatea trees

Nikau Palm (Kahikatea grove behind).
Punga - tree fernfern frond on bush floor Kohekohe leaves
Punga. The lush foliage of Kohekohe.

Lancewood trunk close-up

The rather distinctive trunk of a Lancewood.  This is the most mature tree of its kind that I've found on the farm so far.

Below, looking up the trunk of the Lancewood to its top at the left of the photograph, cabbage trees in the bottom center, and punga at the right.

looking up through the tree tops, Lancewood, Cabbage tree and Punga

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Pohutukawa & Rata

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