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Taken at Swansea Botanical Complex, Wales, UK. No graphics please.

Pequeños árboles perennifolios de hasta 6 m de alto. Tronco muy ramificado, corteza pardo rojiza, ramas erectas y glabras con ramillas péndulas y tomentosas. Hojas juveniles diferentes de las adultas. Las primeras de 2,5-7,5 cm de largo, de anchamente ovadas a suborbiculares, 3-5 lobuladas, ápice agudo, base cuneada, margen dentado. Hojas adultas de 5-15 cm de largo, de lanceoladas a ovado-lanceoladas, base estrechamente cuneada, ápice acuminado, ligeramente coriáceas, glabras, haz verde oscuro brillante, envés mas claro, borde dentado. Peciolo de 2-3 mm de largo. Flores perfumadas, blancas, de 2-3 cm de diámetro, en cimas axilares de 2-5 flores o solitarias, pétalos de 1,2 cm de largo. Estilos de 5-7, estambres numerosos, carpelos en igual número que los estilos. Especie nativa de Nueva Zelanda. En Iturraran se encuentra en la zona 2.

 

Small evergreen trees up to 6 m high. Highly branched stem, reddish brown bark and glabrous with erect branches and pendulous branchlets tomentose. Different youth adult leaves. The first of 2.5-7.5 cm long, broadly ovate to suborbicular, 3-5 lobed, apex acute, base cuneate, toothed margin. Ovate-lanceolate, base cuneate closely adult leaves 5-15 cm long, lanceolate to, acuminate apex, slightly leathery, glabrous, glossy dark green above, lighter beneath, jagged edge. Petiole 2-3 mm long. Fragrant, white flowers, 2-3 cm in diameter in axillary cymes 2-5 or solitary flowers, petals 1.2 cm long. Styles 5-7, numerous stamens, carpels equal in number to the styles. Species native to New Zealand. In Iturraran is in zone 2.

 

Hoheria sexstylosa, Ribbonwood, at Lismore Castle and Gardens in County Waterford, Ireland

Photographed at Zealandia, Karori Sanctuary, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

Pequeños árboles perennifolios de hasta 6 m de alto. Tronco muy ramificado, corteza pardo rojiza, ramas erectas y glabras con ramillas péndulas y tomentosas. Hojas juveniles diferentes de las adultas. Las primeras de 2,5-7,5 cm de largo, de anchamente ovadas a suborbiculares, 3-5 lobuladas, ápice agudo, base cuneada, margen dentado. Hojas adultas de 5-15 cm de largo, de lanceoladas a ovado-lanceoladas, base estrechamente cuneada, ápice acuminado, ligeramente coriáceas, glabras, haz verde oscuro brillante, envés mas claro, borde dentado. Peciolo de 2-3 mm de largo. Flores perfumadas, blancas, de 2-3 cm de diámetro, en cimas axilares de 2-5 flores o solitarias, pétalos de 1,2 cm de largo. Estilos de 5-7, estambres numerosos, carpelos en igual número que los estilos. Especie nativa de Nueva Zelanda. En Iturraran se encuentra en la zona 2.

 

Small evergreen trees up to 6 m high. Highly branched stem, reddish brown bark and glabrous with erect branches and pendulous branchlets tomentose. Different youth adult leaves. The first of 2.5-7.5 cm long, broadly ovate to suborbicular, 3-5 lobed, apex acute, base cuneate, toothed margin. Ovate-lanceolate, base cuneate closely adult leaves 5-15 cm long, lanceolate to, acuminate apex, slightly leathery, glabrous, glossy dark green above, lighter beneath, jagged edge. Petiole 2-3 mm long. Fragrant, white flowers, 2-3 cm in diameter in axillary cymes 2-5 or solitary flowers, petals 1.2 cm long. Styles 5-7, numerous stamens, carpels equal in number to the styles. Species native to New Zealand. In Iturraran is in zone 2.

 

Taken at Swansea Botanical Complex, Wales, UK. No graphics please.

Clearing out the archives taken at Swansea Botanical Complex, Wales, UK. No graphics please.

Photographed at Zealandia, Karori Sanctuary, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

Hoheria sexstylosa

Houhere, lacebark

Malvaceae

March

 

The species name is derived from the 6 pink and filamentous styles each with a capitate stigma. Another way of describing this is the flower has 6 carpels. Carpel: kar’pel n. (Gr. karpos: fruit)

A carpel is one of the units of the female part of the flower consisting of an ovary with its ovules, a style and a stigma. Compare with the term gynoecium which refers to all the carpels.

Note the five clusters of five stamens, each group antipetalous. When stamens are grouped in bundles as here it is termed polyadelphous.

 

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Houhere – Long-leaved lacebark – Hoheria sexstylosa

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

  

Photographed at Zealandia, Karori Sanctuary, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

After twelve years from a cutting

Photographed at Zealandia, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

Photographed at Zealandia, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

Hoheria sexstylosa, Ribbonwood, at Lismore Castle and Gardens in County Waterford, Ireland

Taken at Swansea Botanical Complex, Wales, UK. No graphics please.

Houhere – Long-leaved lacebark – Hoheria sexstylosa

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

  

Photographed at Zealandia, Karori Sanctuary, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hoheria is a genus belonging to the tribe Malveae and the subfamily Malvoideae of the angiosperm family Malvaceae. The 3-6 recognised species of Hoheria are endemic to New Zealand (and the Kermadec Islands). The generic name is a Latinisation of the Maori name, houhere, which competes for use as an English vernacular name with lacebark and ribbonwood. Hoherias are large shrubs or small trees, bearing large quantities of 5-petalled, white, flowers in summer or autumn.

Hoheria sexstylosa is a spreading small tree or shrub to 8m in height and 6m in spread. It has steeply ascending stems and branches. The smaller branches become drooping or even pendulous as the tree matures. It has deeply incised, serrated evergreen leaves and scented, star-shaped, white flowers, up to 2.5cm (1") across, displayed in 2-5 flowered cymes in leaf axils in late summer and autumn. The flowers have 6 or 7 pinkish styles. It is usually multi-stemmed. The foliage is very variable on young plants, being ovate or rounded, 2.5-7cm (1"-3") long, and variously lobed or toothed. Adult leaves are alternate, lanceolate, 3-15 cm long, 2-5 cm wide, acuminate, glabrous, dentate, light glossy green above and paler beneath, with a 'weeping' habit.

Taken at Swansea Botanical Complex, Wales, UK. No graphics please.

Pequeños árboles perennifolios de hasta 6 m de alto. Tronco muy ramificado, corteza pardo rojiza, ramas erectas y glabras con ramillas péndulas y tomentosas. Hojas juveniles diferentes de las adultas. Las primeras de 2,5-7,5 cm de largo, de anchamente ovadas a suborbiculares, 3-5 lobuladas, ápice agudo, base cuneada, margen dentado. Hojas adultas de 5-15 cm de largo, de lanceoladas a ovado-lanceoladas, base estrechamente cuneada, ápice acuminado, ligeramente coriáceas, glabras, haz verde oscuro brillante, envés mas claro, borde dentado. Peciolo de 2-3 mm de largo. Flores perfumadas, blancas, de 2-3 cm de diámetro, en cimas axilares de 2-5 flores o solitarias, pétalos de 1,2 cm de largo. Estilos de 5-7, estambres numerosos, carpelos en igual número que los estilos. Especie nativa de Nueva Zelanda. En Iturraran se encuentra en la zona 2.

 

Small evergreen trees up to 6 m high. Highly branched stem, reddish brown bark and glabrous with erect branches and pendulous branchlets tomentose. Different youth adult leaves. The first of 2.5-7.5 cm long, broadly ovate to suborbicular, 3-5 lobed, apex acute, base cuneate, toothed margin. Ovate-lanceolate, base cuneate closely adult leaves 5-15 cm long, lanceolate to, acuminate apex, slightly leathery, glabrous, glossy dark green above, lighter beneath, jagged edge. Petiole 2-3 mm long. Fragrant, white flowers, 2-3 cm in diameter in axillary cymes 2-5 or solitary flowers, petals 1.2 cm long. Styles 5-7, numerous stamens, carpels equal in number to the styles. Species native to New Zealand. In Iturraran is in zone 2.

Pequeños árboles perennifolios de hasta 6 m de alto. Tronco muy ramificado, corteza pardo rojiza, ramas erectas y glabras con ramillas péndulas y tomentosas. Hojas juveniles diferentes de las adultas. Las primeras de 2,5-7,5 cm de largo, de anchamente ovadas a suborbiculares, 3-5 lobuladas, ápice agudo, base cuneada, margen dentado. Hojas adultas de 5-15 cm de largo, de lanceoladas a ovado-lanceoladas, base estrechamente cuneada, ápice acuminado, ligeramente coriáceas, glabras, haz verde oscuro brillante, envés mas claro, borde dentado. Peciolo de 2-3 mm de largo. Flores perfumadas, blancas, de 2-3 cm de diámetro, en cimas axilares de 2-5 flores o solitarias, pétalos de 1,2 cm de largo. Estilos de 5-7, estambres numerosos, carpelos en igual número que los estilos. Especie nativa de Nueva Zelanda. En Iturraran se encuentra en la zona 2.

 

Small evergreen trees up to 6 m high. Highly branched stem, reddish brown bark and glabrous with erect branches and pendulous branchlets tomentose. Different youth adult leaves. The first of 2.5-7.5 cm long, broadly ovate to suborbicular, 3-5 lobed, apex acute, base cuneate, toothed margin. Ovate-lanceolate, base cuneate closely adult leaves 5-15 cm long, lanceolate to, acuminate apex, slightly leathery, glabrous, glossy dark green above, lighter beneath, jagged edge. Petiole 2-3 mm long. Fragrant, white flowers, 2-3 cm in diameter in axillary cymes 2-5 or solitary flowers, petals 1.2 cm long. Styles 5-7, numerous stamens, carpels equal in number to the styles. Species native to New Zealand. In Iturraran is in zone 2.

Pequeños árboles perennifolios de hasta 6 m de alto. Tronco muy ramificado, corteza pardo rojiza, ramas erectas y glabras con ramillas péndulas y tomentosas. Hojas juveniles diferentes de las adultas. Las primeras de 2,5-7,5 cm de largo, de anchamente ovadas a suborbiculares, 3-5 lobuladas, ápice agudo, base cuneada, margen dentado. Hojas adultas de 5-15 cm de largo, de lanceoladas a ovado-lanceoladas, base estrechamente cuneada, ápice acuminado, ligeramente coriáceas, glabras, haz verde oscuro brillante, envés mas claro, borde dentado. Peciolo de 2-3 mm de largo. Flores perfumadas, blancas, de 2-3 cm de diámetro, en cimas axilares de 2-5 flores o solitarias, pétalos de 1,2 cm de largo. Estilos de 5-7, estambres numerosos, carpelos en igual número que los estilos. Especie nativa de Nueva Zelanda. En Iturraran se encuentra en la zona 2.

 

Small evergreen trees up to 6 m high. Highly branched stem, reddish brown bark and glabrous with erect branches and pendulous branchlets tomentose. Different youth adult leaves. The first of 2.5-7.5 cm long, broadly ovate to suborbicular, 3-5 lobed, apex acute, base cuneate, toothed margin. Ovate-lanceolate, base cuneate closely adult leaves 5-15 cm long, lanceolate to, acuminate apex, slightly leathery, glabrous, glossy dark green above, lighter beneath, jagged edge. Petiole 2-3 mm long. Fragrant, white flowers, 2-3 cm in diameter in axillary cymes 2-5 or solitary flowers, petals 1.2 cm long. Styles 5-7, numerous stamens, carpels equal in number to the styles. Species native to New Zealand. In Iturraran is in zone 2.

 

Pequeños árboles perennifolios de hasta 6 m de alto. Tronco muy ramificado, corteza pardo rojiza, ramas erectas y glabras con ramillas péndulas y tomentosas. Hojas juveniles diferentes de las adultas. Las primeras de 2,5-7,5 cm de largo, de anchamente ovadas a suborbiculares, 3-5 lobuladas, ápice agudo, base cuneada, margen dentado. Hojas adultas de 5-15 cm de largo, de lanceoladas a ovado-lanceoladas, base estrechamente cuneada, ápice acuminado, ligeramente coriáceas, glabras, haz verde oscuro brillante, envés mas claro, borde dentado. Peciolo de 2-3 mm de largo. Flores perfumadas, blancas, de 2-3 cm de diámetro, en cimas axilares de 2-5 flores o solitarias, pétalos de 1,2 cm de largo. Estilos de 5-7, estambres numerosos, carpelos en igual número que los estilos. Especie nativa de Nueva Zelanda. En Iturraran se encuentra en la zona 2.

 

Small evergreen trees up to 6 m high. Highly branched stem, reddish brown bark and glabrous with erect branches and pendulous branchlets tomentose. Different youth adult leaves. The first of 2.5-7.5 cm long, broadly ovate to suborbicular, 3-5 lobed, apex acute, base cuneate, toothed margin. Ovate-lanceolate, base cuneate closely adult leaves 5-15 cm long, lanceolate to, acuminate apex, slightly leathery, glabrous, glossy dark green above, lighter beneath, jagged edge. Petiole 2-3 mm long. Fragrant, white flowers, 2-3 cm in diameter in axillary cymes 2-5 or solitary flowers, petals 1.2 cm long. Styles 5-7, numerous stamens, carpels equal in number to the styles. Species native to New Zealand. In Iturraran is in zone 2.