BEILSCHMIEDIA TARAIRI TARAIRE tree in new zealand

BEILSCHMIEDIA TARAIRI - TARAIRE

A distinctive New Zealand native with stout spreading branches creating a canopy as the tree gets older. Green leaves are oval in shape and the branches and trunk have a smooth brown bark. The Taraire is tropical looking with glossy green leaves and very distinctive depressed veins. It is a source of food for the New Zealand pigeon and is found growing naturally around the North Island. It grows best with companion plants or trees.

 

Applications
Specimen tree
Canopy tree
Native planting - fruit for birds  

  
Clipped height
15 year height

6-9m in an average garden

 

Mature height
20m+


Soil conditions
Moist, free draining


Wind
Shelter when young


Frost
Will tolerate light frost


Light
Full sun to part shade 

   
Tree Shape
Pyramidal


Seasonal
Evergreen


Fruit
Purple, grape like


Origin
New Zealand


Available Grades
45lt

 

 

 

The Icon Trees nursery covers 50 acres. So that we can attend to your requirements it is important to visit by appointment only; we may not be able to give you access to the nursery without prior arrangement.

 

Our usual opening hours are 7.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. 

If you are unable to visit the nursery we can assist by selecting the right trees for your project. We can also support your purchasing decisions by providing photos of our trees. Purchases can be made using direct credit, VISA or Mastercard, or trade accounts.

99 Clevedon-Takanini Road

Ardmore

Auckland

0800 BIG TREES

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Roots are the anchors and feeding mechanism for a tree, if these are not right then the success of the tree is compromised.  What might look like a big strong tree may not be mirrored by it root system.  Icon Trees is one of the few nurseries that identify with this issue and dispose of these trees instead of growing them on to the next grade or supplying trees that will not successfully reach maturity.

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