Mingimingi (Coprosma propinqua) is a bushy shrub, 1–5 metres tall, with small, dark green, glossy leaves and grey or orange bark. In autumn mingimingi has pale berries that turn blueish, which are food for birds, insects and lizards.
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Photograph by Peter Johnson
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