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Restoring ZEALANDIA's waterways

Dr Danielle Shanahan

ZEALANDIA has a 500-year vision of restoration, and our lakes offer a unique challenge in this respect. They are man-made, and restoring them to the state they were in before the dams went up is not really an option. As a result, we are now aiming to create healthy, functioning lake ecosystems here in the heart of Wellington.

The "Halley's comet" of the plant world is flowering at ZEALANDIA

Heketara (Olearia rani) is flowering profusely at ZEALANDIA this spring

Alfie Kākā

Frothy white-capped trees scattered across the western scarp have captured people's attention this spring - but what are they? According to plant enthusiast Pam Fuller, they are heketara (Olearia rani) - a type of tree daisy - that flowers only every three years or so at ZEALANDIA.

Hairy-lobed hangehange

look closely and a small world appears

Ali McDonald

Introducing hangehange (Geniostoma ligustrifolium) – this small, pale flower may seem all too easy to miss… but not for our native flies, who happen to be very attracted to pale green! 

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