Dacrycarpus Dacrydiodes

Dacrycarpus dacrydioides is a coniferous tree endemic to New Zealand. The tree grows to a height of 55 m with a trunk exceeding one m in diameter, and is buttressed at the base and lives to over 500 years. It is dominant in lowland forest and wetlands throughout the North and South Islands. The leaves are spirally arranged on young plants, they are awl-shaped 3 to 8 mm long and twisted at the base to lay spread to the sides of the shoot in a flat plane; on mature trees, they are scale-like, 1 to 3 mm long, and placed all round the shoot.

Pot 1Lt
Height 40-50cm

Description

Kahikatea-Tall growing native tree. Excellent tree for damp soils & near water.

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