Perennial herb that is indigenous to New Zealand and can be found grown in Northern parts of the North Island.
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Hibiscus richardsonii is a annual, short lived perennial herb that is indigenous to New Zealand and can be found grown in Northern parts of the North Island. Known to Maori as 'Puarangi', the shrub can grow up to 1m tall and is strictly coastal found most often growing in disturbed sites. Puarangi is critically endangered in the wild but available at specialised nurseries. The compact growth habit and conspicuously beautiful cream flowers that appear in October through to may make the plant a desirable addition to any garden.
Hibiscus richardsonii does best in an open and sunny situation and is prone to being overtaken by faster growing and taller weeds.
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