About our company Enter a succinct description of your company here Contact Us Enter your company... Kahikatea - WHITE PINE DACRYCARPUS DACRYDIOIDES - Evergreen DACRYCARPUS DACRYDIOIDES AVAILABILITY :... Kahikatea, a secluded country estate on the Banks Peninsula of the South Island of New Zealand,... Kevin Large of Pohangina Valley at work digging along the road boundry fence line in the Kahikatea... Photograph: © Gerald England, 2001 Journal - Day 11 Next photograph BACK to 'Plant Life' Offered at: $2,600,000 U.S. Chris Webster direct: 505-780-9500 email Home / Santa Fe / Mexico / ... Kahikatea Wainui, Akaroa Harbour, Banks Peninsula, New Zealand Click the image to license online from Alamy - available for immediate download All Images Copyright... Let us paint you a picture; summer garden, sipping champagne, string quartet, marquee, vintage car,... View from Pohangina Road boundary some time after replacing old fence (Winter 2003). Early preparation work putting in a culvert in the lower boundary of the Kahikatea block (Aug 2001). Male cones of Kahikatea ( Dacrycarpus dacrydioides), native tree, New Zealand (NZ). (ID#: 26309FP52)... Photo: Adult foilage differs from the juvenile leaves. Classic West Coast scenery. Kahikatea trees intrude in to a lake formed by long-gone glacial ice.... Supplied Prime real estate: The two-storey building on the corner of Kahikatea Dr is for sale after... Native Kahikatea tree (Dacrycarpus dacrydioides) standing alone in field. Podocarp, New Zealand (NZ)... Picture top: A Kahikatea of a smaller size. They can grow up to 60 metres in hight. MediaCollege.com - About Us - Contact Us All content is © Copyright Wavelength Media except where... Gorge Road School's Tree - Kahikatea. BACK to aerial photo, The Wetlands. Rexworthy Cottage C1893 Two bedroom self contained cottage on the main street in Greytown. Large... Kahikatea tree (Dacrycarpus dacrydioides) standing against sky. Lichen covered bark, New Zealand... mixed seedling pack Pseudopanax ferox Kahikatea Kauri Page last updated: 05/04/02 Photo: Adult foilage differs from the juvenile leaves. A shot of the garage and grapevine. The tree behind is a Kahikatea. These can grow big!!