Small shrub found in shady areas with delicate flowers ranging in colour from yellow to orange.
This bushy shrub is endemic to the North island and adjacent offshore islands and grows up to 2m tall.
Common in coastal and lowland forests, stream sides, steep banks and upland locations. It has many twigs with small toothed leaves and throughout the year (peaking between October and February), Rhabdothamnus solandri develops a tubular 20-40mm long red-streaked yellow papery flower. Fruiting occurs throughout the year in the form of a tiny dry capsule.
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