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Commonly known as Wire netting bush
The zigzagging (divaricating) branches give it the common name of wire-netting bush.
Genus of 3 species of evergreen shrubs ocurring in forests and rocky areas in New Zealand.
EvergreenSpoon-shaped to lance-shaped leaves.
HedgeIdeal for hedging
Tall ShrubUpright shrub. Small flowers in clusters of 3 from the leaf axils. Yellow or orage fruit.
Full sunShelter from cold drying winds
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Additional FeaturesArchitectural interestPests & DiseasesNone.Place of originNew Zealand (North Island).Resistant to honey fungusThese plants have little or few problems with honey fungus.
Scented PlantsScented flowers
Soil ConditionsFertile well drained soil
Buy Varieties of COROKIA
slender long green leathery leaves which are silvery-white underneath. Small yellow star-like flowers and dark red fruits
small silvery-grey leaves which are nicely offset against black stems. Branches grow into a tangled mass hence the common name for this plant. Yellow flowers and black berries
distinct chocolate coloured foliage in winter
creamy coloured leaves with splashes of green and pink, silver felted underneath
starry yellow flowers and berries, narrow bronzy leaves with silver undersides