Hangehange

Geniostoma rupestre var.Iigustrifolium


The leaves of hangehange are paired, opposite and quite shiny. Hangehange grows abundantly in the reserve forming an understorey cover reaching a height of about 2 metres. It can be mistaken for a Coprosma. The massive number of flowers in spring produce a celery/honey fragrance. This plant provides a valuable food source for birds.
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