Hoheria angustifolia
(houhere, narrow-leaved lacebark)


Foliage Colour: Green
Height: 600 cm
Width: 300 cm
Growth per Annum: Medium
Climate: Hardy
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Soil: Dry, Moist
Category: Tree
Features: Native. Attractive to birds and insects. Flower colour: White. Suitable for hedging and shelter. Suitable restoration species.

Narrow-Leaved Lacebark. A slender tree reaching 6m. White flowers in summer and fruits in autumn.

Habitat: A common mostly lowland forest species frequenting alluvial forest where it may at times be dominant. Hoheria angustifolia is often an important host for taapia (Tupeia antarctica).

Flowering: December to February
Fruiting:    February to April [Fruit: Yellow-winged]


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