People & Partnerships
Over 60,000 plants including Apodasmia similis, Austroderia/ Cortaderia fulvida, Baumea/ Machaerina articulata, Beilschmiedia taraire, Bolboschoenus fluvilatilis, Carex lessoniana, Carex secta, Carex testacea, Carex virgata, Carpodetus serratus, Coprosma acerosa, Coprosma crassifolia, Coprosma propinqua, Coprosma prostrata, Coprosma robusta, Cordyline australis, Cyperus ustulatis, Dacrycarpus dacrydioides, Dacrydium cupressinum, Dysoxlum spectabile, Eleocharis acuta, Hebe speciosa Blue, Hebe stricta, Hedycarya arborea, Hoheria populnea, Kunzea ericoides, Leptospermum scoparium, Melicytus ramiflorus, Muehlenbeckia complexa, Myrsine australis, Phormium cookianum, Phormium tenax, Pimelia prostrata, Plagianthus regius, Podocarpus totara, Pseudopanax arboreus, Pseudopanax crassifolium, Rhopalostylis sapida (Nikau Palm), Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani, Sophora microphyla.
This new residential subdivision is situated in Flat Bush, the country’s largest and most comprehensively planned town taking shape on 1700ha in south east Auckland. By 2025 it is expected that Flatbush will be home to at least 40,000 people. From 2014 – 2017 Kauri Park have worked alongside the reputable landscape contractors Natural Habitats and supplied over 60,000 plants into this development in the form of reserve plantings, stream plantings, rain gardens and swale plantings. The mass revegetation plantings have established exceptionally well and attract birds and wildlife along with giving the development a natural look and mitigating the effects of urbanisation. During the project Kauri Park focused on supplying high quality stock to ensure the project was a success, and delivering plants to site when and where the landscape contractors needed them to ensure the project also ran seamlessly for our clients. Kauri Park look forward to future works as the development continues to grow.