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Plum-fuited Yew

Notable Tree the Plum-fruited Yew, Podocarpus andinus.Plum-fruited Yew, Podocarpus andinus

Location: Park Island Cemetery
Significance: Uncommon species

In the Park Island Cemetery, this tree was raised from seed obtained from Adelaide Botanic Gardens, South Australia, in 1960. It is the only known specimen in Napier.

The Plum-fruited Yew is an alpine tree found in altitudes of 1200-1800 metres in the Andes mountains of southern Chile.

 

Podocarpus andinus, Plum Fruited Yew (Park Island Cemetery) Location Map

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