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Pagoda Tree

Notable Tree Pagoda Tree, Sophora japonica.Pagoda Tree, Sophora japonica

Location: Wharerangi Cemetery
Significance: Uncommon species

Having had to compete against other trees for space, this specimen in the Wharerangi Cemetery is not the best example. Aged 40-plus years, it is, however, the largest Pagoda Tree to be found on a city reserve.

Native, to Japan, China and Korea, this deciduous tree's white flowers are borne on long panicles, followed by pods resembling bead necklaces.

 

Sophora japonica, Japanese Pagoda Tree (Wharerangi Cemetery) Location Map

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