One of the most distinctive trees in the New Zealand landscape. They grow all over the country, but prefer wet, open areas like swamps. Growing 12 to 20 metres high, Tī Kōuka have long narrow leaves that may be up to a metre long. It produces scented flowers in early summer, which turn into bluish-white berries that birds love to eat. The bark is thick and tough like cork. Perfect for farmland, open places, wetlands and scrubland or even the garden.
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