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Reafforestation and plant numbers produced

Replanting forest requires large numbers of plants. One of the first plants to establish on bare ground in New Zealand is manuka. It is the first pioneer in a natural process of reafforestation and a foundation for producing our manuka honey.

To help establish forest area, we plant between 10,000 and 20,000 manuka trees a year, as well as another 10,000 plants of other species, including those considered rare. Many produce nectar for birds and bees. We grow most of the plants from seed and cuttings taken from our existing site.