Tī Kōuka (Cabbage) Tree
With Million Metres Streams Project
You support a project somewhere in New Zealand by funding the planting of trees along streams and waterways.
We donate the total cost directly to the funding, maintenance and care of native tree plantings, ensuring they survive and proliferate. The project you support receives the funds and plants the trees the next winter.
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Growing 12 to 20 metres high, cabbage trees (Cordyline australis) have long narrow leaves that may be up to a metre long. It has lovely scented flowers in early summer, which turn into bluish-white berries that birds love to eat.
The Million Metres Streams Project New Zealand
Million Metres is helping committed kiwis raise the money they need to get large scale tree planting happening along our waterways through crowdfunding.
Their goal is to collectively fund a million metres (or 1000 kilometres) of tree planting along stream banks around New Zealand.
To find out more information, visit: millionmetres.org.nz