Lovely Native Lacebark – HOHERIA angustifolia


Native Lacebark - HOHERIA angustifolia (flower) - Jan

The HOHERIA angustifolia, Native Lacebark is an upright fine-foliaged smaller tree developing a rounded crown with age. Is a hardy evergreen which is great in mixed borders or for fast establishing shelter. Has small white star-shaped flowers early summer which are attractive to Tui’s and Bellbirds.

Can also be used for group plantings, screening, streets and specimen plantings.

CURRENTLY HAVE THE INSTANT GRADES AVAILABLE AS BELOW…

HOHERIA angustifolia 45lt - Dec

HOHERIA angustifoliaNative Lacebark, 35/45lt container at 2.5m

HOHERIA angustifolia 80lt - Jan

HOHERIA angustifoliaNative Lacebark, 80lt container at 3m+

HOHERIA – Lacebark Interesting Facts…

“The name Lacebark comes from the lace-like fibrous inner bark layer” – Wikipedia

“The Hoheria – Lacekbark has medicinal uses which relate largely to its content of mucilaginous polysaccharides, and there are many similarities between applications of Hoheria and those of other phytomedicines rich in polysaccharide hydrocolloids” – Wikipedia

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