is the coastal kowhai which flowers from late Winter to Spring.
It is distinguished from all other Kowhai species by the absence of a divaricating juvenile stage.
Primarily a species of coastal forest, often on cliff faces or banks overlooking estuarine
rivers or inlets. Very common around Auckland
This species was once included as Sophora microphylla.
- H 6m x W 4m
- Full sun or semi shade
- Tolerant of dry windy conditions
Plants supplied are ecosourced from the Tamaki Ecological District.