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Rare and endangered species

Tahi is home to a large population of regionally rare sand daphne (Pimelea villosa). It is a species in national decline. In conjunction with the New Zealand Dunes Trust and QEII Trust, Tahi is involved in an experimental restoration programme, which also involves reestablishing naturally cohabiting dune species along the coast of Tahi.

Hebe speciosa is an especially attractive, flowering rare shrub from Northland and we have used it in selected plantings. Other rare natives, such as kakabeak (Clianthus maximus), Tecomanthe speciosa and native hibiscus (Hibiscus richardsonii), have been introduced into house gardens and around Tahi.