Corokia buddleioides

Naturally occuring in the northern parts of the North Island. It grows to about 2.5 metres high. Its leaves are similar in appearance to that of an olive tree and its branches tend to be erect. It grows best in a sunny site but will tolerate semi-shade. It requires well-drained soil with some moisture. Great for a visual barrier or dotted in the garden.

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