One of the most widespread of New Zealand forest trees. The leaves are small and awl-shaped and form a weeping habit, bark falls away in heavy scales. In its juvenile form makes a handsome specimen with weeping branches. After many years develops into a broader tree more upright adult form. One of the most easily recognised large trees in the forest. Prefers cool moist conditions.
Height x Width
30 x 5
Shape / Habit
Country of Origin
Similar to Consider
Olea El Greco, Knightia Excelsa, Carpinus Betulus fastigiata, Dacrycarpus Dacrydoidies
Insignificant but produces berries
Note: Growth, height and grade information are given in good faith but are subject to natural variables beyond our control.