Pukekura Park - its ecology and history - Friends of Pukekura Park New Plymouth Inc.
The Friends of Pukekura Park are pleased to announce the publication of online interactive resources for visitors and schools.
Join us in recording this fantastic wildlife, from beetles to birds, ferns and giant trees.
Collospermum hastatum flowers may provide a previously unrecorded food source for Vespula wasps
Techniques for Propagating the Older Rhododendrons (and Camellias)
Orchids and Pukekura Park
The Identity of the Hatchery Lawn Notable Camellia
The Earliest Known Botanical Survey of Pukekura Park
Original Ferns of the Pukekura Park Fernery
George Fuller explains autumn colour
The Nikau - New Zealand’s only native palm
Japanese Anemone - an early autumn perennial
Brooklands Park forest remnant
Plectranthus - pretty in purple
Hydrangeas - "antique" flowers
Himalayan Dogwood - a food source for birds
Kohekohe - a spectacular New Zealand tree
Collospermum hastatum - the "Widow Maker"
Fly Agaric - the Fairy Tale toadstool
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