Flora of Te Mata Park

Many significant native plants, some of them threatened species, can be found in Te Mata Park.

The native Daphne (Pimelea mimosa) is a unique daphne that is endemic to the Park and can be found planted around the Main Gates Car Park. This is the only place in New Zealand where it grows in the wild with a total population of less than 100 plants.

Other plants of significance found in the Park include White Fuzzweed, Cliff Tussock, and Celmisia grasilenta.

The flora of Te Mata Park falls into three main categories: 

Karakas in Te Mata Park

Trees

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Shrubs

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Ferns

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