Story: Ngā tupu mai i Hawaiki – plants from Polynesia

Kūmara garden

Kūmara garden

This aerial view shows a site which includes gardens and stone-row boundaries, in the Wairarapa. The stone rows may have been used to define land-use rights.

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Louise Furey, 'Ngā tupu mai i Hawaiki – plants from Polynesia - Kūmara, hue and aute', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 20 September 2021)

Story by Louise Furey, published 24 Nov 2008