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Te Waha o Rerekohu pōhutukawa

Te Waha o Rerekohu pōhutukawa

Te Waha o Rerekohu – the mouth of Rerekohu – is thought to be the largest pōhutukawa tree in New Zealand. At least 600 years old, it had a branch span of more than 37 metres when measured in 1950.

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Monty Soutar, 'East Coast places - East Cape', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 21 April 2024)

Story by Monty Soutar, updated 1 Mar 2015