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27/04/2018 Blechnum discolor
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
27/04/2018 Hebe stricta var. stricta
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
01/02/2018 Microlaena avenacea
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
01/02/2018 Microlaena avenacea
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
31/01/2018 Metrosideros fulgens Juvenile
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
31/01/2018 Metrosideros fulgens Adult
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
31/01/2018 Metrosideros umbellata
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

This young tree was growing amongst rocks on Mt Rochefort above the Denniston Plateau in Westland.
31/12/2017 Senecio rufiglandulosus
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

This Senecio was flowering prolifically in the Pureora region at the end of November. As it is uncommon now in the Auckland region, seeing it in the distance, we initially dismissed it as ragwort! Shame!
31/12/2017 Senecio rufiglandulosus
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

This Senecio was flowering prolifically in the Pureora region at the end of November. As it is uncommon now in the Auckland region, seeing it in the distance, we initially dismissed it as ragwort! Shame!
15/10/2017 Pterostylis banksii
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

This little grove of orchids shows the first one in mature form with the others just beginning to appear and develop.
15/10/2017 Blechnum novae-zelandiae
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

Fresh new growth unfurls.
26/09/2017 Leucopogon fasciculatus
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
27/02/2017 Corokia cotoneaster
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

Two adjacent plants showing with two quite different seed colours.
27/02/2017 Corokia Oratia Pounamu
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
27/02/2017 Rubus australis
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
23/01/2017 Winika cunninghamii
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

Another name change - this lovely orchid has reverted to its earlier name of Dendrobium cunninghamii. This was flowering in mid-January in the bush high above Piha in West Auckland.
03/12/2016 Leptospermum scoparium
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
13/10/2016 Prumnopitys ferruginea
Submitted by Beverley Davidson

This shows the delicate 'leaf' structure and distinctive bark.
13/09/2016 Earina aestivalis
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
16/08/2016 Brachyglottis kirkii var. angustior
Submitted by Beverley Davidson
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