Kohuhu

Koihu, Kowhiwhi, Ma~pauriki, Pittosporum tenuifolium, Ta~whiwhi
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Date: 1954 - 1989 From: Eagle, Audrey Lily, 1926- :[Collection of original paintings made for "Eagle's trees and shrubs of New Zealand" books. 1955-2005] Ref: A-437-104 Description: Shows leaves, seeds and flowers of the kohuhu. Artist's list: Flowers Oct. seed capsules March from a cult. plant. A Eagle Appears on page 207 of Eagle's ...
Date: 1970 From: Eagle, Audrey Lily, 1926- :[Collection of original paintings made for "Eagle's trees and shrubs of New Zealand" books. 1955-2005] Ref: A-437-105 Description: Shows leaves, seeds and flowers of a kohuhu cultivar, with larger glossier leaves. Artist's list: Flowers and capsules Nov. 1970 from Mt Ruapehu, coll. A Ea...
Date: 1970 - 1979 From: Eagle, Audrey Lily, 1926- :[Collection of original paintings made for "Eagle's trees and shrubs of New Zealand" books. 1955-2005] Ref: A-437-108 Description: Shows leaves, seeds and flowers of Turner's kohuhu. Artist's list: Flowers Oct., unripe capsules Jan. from a cult. plant grown at Hagley Park Christchurch, ...
Date: 1880 - 1900 From: Featon, Sarah Ann (Porter) 1848-1927 :[New Zealand flower studies not published in the Art album of New Zealand flora ca 1889-1926] Ref: A-171-017 Description: A branch of tawhirikaro or perching kohuhu showing leaves and clusters of small red flowers. The name piripiri in the artist's title is incorrect. Other Tit...
Date: 1875 - 1885 From: Harris, Emily Cumming 1837?-1925 :New Zealand flowers in colour. Vol 4 By: Harris, Emily Cumming, 1836?-1925 Ref: A-062-006 Description: A branch of the purple-red flowered pittosporum tenuifolium (kohuhu), with another plant sketched in behind it. The identity of the background plant is uncer...
Tizard, Frances Walker, 1850-1895 :Pittosporum tenuifolium; mapauriki. [ca 1880]
Date: 1880 From: Tizard, Frances Walker, 1850-1895 :New Zealand flora. ca 1880. Ref: A-376-014 Description: Shows a small sprig of a plant with slightly red-mottled leaves, and small dark red flowers. Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). Physical Description: Watercolour,...
Featon, Sarah Ann, 1847 or 1848-1927 :Kowhiwhi? Pittosporum tenuifolium [Kohuhu]. f.19. H.N.Z. flora. [ca 1890]
Date: 1880 - 1900 From: Featon, Sarah Ann (Porter) 1848-1927 :[New Zealand flower studies not published in the Art album of New Zealand flora ca 1889-1926] Ref: A-171-012 Description: A branch of kohuhu (pittosporum tenuifolium) showing leaf and small dark red flowers. Inscriptions: Recto - beneath image - Title in pencil Quantity: 1 wat...
Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771: 11. Pittosporum tenuifolium. Gaertn. [Pittosporum tenuifolium (Pittosporaceae) - Plate 412]
Date: [ca 1894-1899] From: British Museum (Natural History): Botanical plates from Banks' Florilegium and the second voyage of James Cook By: Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771 Ref: B-026-412 Description: Branch of kohuhu showing flowers, seed-pods, buds and leaves Inscriptions: Verso - bottom left - Allan, p 318. P. tenuifolium. Sol. ex Gaertn. S.N. Quantit...
Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912 :The stitch bird - pognornis cincta (male and female). / J. G. Keulemans delt. & lith. Judd & Co. Ltd. [Plate XVII. 1888].
Date: 1888 From: Buller, Walter Lawry (Sir) 1838-1906 :A history of the birds of New Zealand. 2d ed. London, John van Voorst, 1888. By: Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912; Judd & Company Ref: PUBL-0012-09 Description: A pair of stich-birds (Maori name hihi) perched on a branch of kohuhu (pittosporum tenuifolium) in flower. The male is in front, with brighter colours and a ...
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