View picture of Carpodetus Species, Marble Leaf Tree, Putaputaweta (Carpodetus serratus) at Dave's Garden. Distribution Found in coastal to mountain forests throughout New Zealand. DETAILS. The occurrence of divarication in the New Zealand woody flora is discussed elsewhere (see Elaeocarpus hookerianus, p. 319). The name derives from the fact that holes occur in the trunk where weta often live. Lateral branches like Beech. Small white flowers abundent early summer. Prune as required to keep shape and remove any dead growth. The name derives from the fact that holes occur in the trunk where weta often live. Side Heading. Carpodetus, herbivory, Indigenous knowledge, matauranga Maori, orthopteran, puriri moth, ... most of New Zealand (Figure 1). Putaputaweta is the sole NZ member of the Carpodetus genus, there being about 5 other species all in New Guinea. This plant is in a 1.5 Lt Pot. Intolerant of drought and wind. Carpodetus serratus An attractive NZ native with upright spreading branches making it an ideal shade or specimen tree. ... New Zealand. Fairly hardy although prefers free draining, moist soil and shelter from wind. Good in part shade or full sun. A shrub or tree with attractive ‘marbled’ leaves. It forms a small, spreading tree to 10 m tall, with a trunk to 20–30 cm in diameter with rough greyish bark. The National Vegetation Survey (NVS) Databank is a physical archive and electronic databank containing records of over 94,000 vegetation survey plots - including data from over 19,000 permanent plots. It will grow to about 5m. Our website will automatically calculate freight for smaller consignments. Tolerates sun & frost. Carpodetus serratus also know as Putaputaweta is a small tree distinctive because of its smallish marble and mottled toothed leaves that grow from its alternating branchlets. Small tree with a spreading habit. Carpodetus serratus is endemic and is widespread in the North and South Islands of New Zealand and Stewart Island. This shrub does not tolerate wind or drought conditions. Phylogeny Flower symmetry: symmetric. Good in damp & shade. Approximate viable seed per gram: More than 600 . White flowers are followed by purple fruit, which ripen to black from March-May. Tangled juvenile foliage. https://www.nztcs.org.nz Preferred Name Carpodetus serratus J.R.Forst. Sunlight: Full Sun Partial Shade. It is a very quick grower and has small white flowers early summer. Thousands of plants available to purchase online, Buy Plants Online / New Zealand Natives / Carpodetus serratus. Tangled juvenile foliage. Grows well in moister areas but just as happy coastal. All pictures are contributed by our community. Marbleleaf Small tree with marbled foliage. - Putaputawheta . Prefers damp conditions but sunny sites. Height. Feed with Texture Plants 12 month planting once a year. If you are from outside Christchurch and require shipping, please enquire to discuss options. Tiny flowers are abundantly produced Oct-Dec. (2019) Conservation Status of New Zealand Indigenous Vascular Plants. Carpodetus serratus putaputaweta, marble leaf, bucket of water tree Upright tree with rough, grey bark and branches spreading outward in tiers, endemic to New Zealand, occurring naturally throughout the country along damp forest margins and stream sides. Suitable as a specimen. Carpodetus Serratus "Prostrata" - Natives COVID 19 UPDATE level 1 - We are open for business but there are some changes and we are currently experiencing some minor delays with couriers. Has clusters of small white flowers. Like us on Facebook to see our latest updates, deals, and great plant ideas. Low shrub with marbled foliage. We offer a local delivery service within Christchurch, if interested please enquire for pricing and timing. Seed for these trees comes from Kereru but they are found throughout Hawke’s Bay. Carpodetus serratus Graceful small tree with pretty marbled foliage. Carpodetus serratus « Return to main Carpodetus serratus prostrate page. Prefers damp soil conditions. (In use by NZOR) Taxon Concept NZOR Concept Id d484df03-2a11-4af8-afe3-cc17b475ba7f According to Department of Conservation ed. Frost tender when young. Carpodetus serratus also know as Putaputaweta is a small tree distinctive because of its smallish marble and mottled toothed leaves that grow from its alternating branchlets. Prefers good soil / moisture. Family Escalloniaceae. Check out what’s happening at the nursery. Distribution Found in coastal to mountain forests throughout New Zealand. Description Small spreading speciman tree with green, marbled, serrated leaf. Prostrate marble leaf. It has striking “marbled” leaves, with plentiful tiny white flowers during summer. Smaller growing native tree. Looks great in a group planting or as a specimen. Carpodetus Serratus Putaputaweta Putaputaweta or Marblewood. An endemic species found … Hardy & quick growing. An attractive small tree with a very different juvenile and adult form. Carpodetus serratus. Our plant growth, height and grade information is given in good faith, but is subject to natural variables beyond our control. Intolerant of drought and wind. NVS maintains a standard set of species code abbreviations that correspond to standard scientific plant names from the Ngä Tipu o Aotearoa - New Zealand Plants database. Grows to H 7m x W 7m Prefers good soil with ample moisture. For bulkier orders, we’ll be back in touch to confirm a freight price. It grows with an open framework though the juvenile form tends to have distinctly tangled growth and a greater degree of leaf marbling. "Carpodetus serratus prostrata is a small shrub that grows around 1m x 1m. Carpodetus serratus is a small tree common throughout the New Zealand lowlands. That's all the stock we have in our online store. Clusters of elegant white flowers bloom from November to March, followed by purple fruit turning black and nectar from September. Looks great in a group planting or as a specimen. In Carpodetus serratus it results in a dense bush of twiggy growth around the central stem, thickly covered in the small leaves. 1776 (Rousseaceae) is an evergreen, endemic tree common in lowland and montane forest over the whole of New Zealand. Carpodetus serratus or putaputaweta is an elegant small tree with horizontal branching and small white flowers in summer. Carpodetus serratus (NZ Native) A pretty NZ native tree or shrub with glossy, green, marbled leaves. It is very hardy and wind tolerant. This is the most common tree fern found in forests throughout New Zealand. side text. Does best on a moist semi-shaded site. Carpodetus serratus is an attractive, NZ native tree with spreading branches that host marbled foliage. It bears pretty sprays of … It has a marble like leaf. It occurs from coastal to montane (10-1000 m) in moist broadleaf forests on stream sides and forest margins. Grows to H 7m x W 7m Makes an attractive specimen or shade tree, growing to 5-7m tall when mature. It is very hardy and wind tolerant. Check out our FAQs, or Contact Us – we’re here to help. By P. J. Brook, Botany Department, University of Otago [Read before the Otago Branch, June 13, 1950; received by the Editor, June 22, 1950.] Hardy & quick growing. Adds a Zen quality to any garden. Carpodetus serratus Native Putaputaweta – Marble Leaf is found throughout New Zealand on forest margins and stream banks to an altitude of around 1000m. Carpodetus is a genus of flowering plants in the Rousseaceae family.It was formerly considered to lie within the Escalloniaceae.Its species occur in New Guinea, New Zealand, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu. Small white flowers abundant early summer. Okay on coast. Carpodetus serratus Graceful small tree with pretty marbled foliage. Upright specimen. Genus: Carpodetus Species: C. serratus 'prostrate' Trinomial name: Carpodetus serratus prostrate Common names: Prostrate marble leaf. It forms an attractive tree with upright spreading branches making it suitable for shade or specimen planting. Sun to semi shade. The genus is characterised by small trees with alternate, evergreen leaves, bearing small white flowers with few stamens. With or without a wetland, a Carpodetus serratus will be a start towards the making of a habitat for many native insects and birds. 4 m. Width. Price: aka Putaputaweta or Marble leaf. Prefers damp soil conditions. All plants subject to seasonal availability, please enquire for current stock. Small white flowers abundant early summer. Carpodetus Serratus Putaputaweta Putaputaweta or Marblewood. It forms a small, spreading tree to 10 m tall, with a trunk to 20–30 cm in diameter with rough greyish bark. An attractive small tree with a very different juvenile and adult form. Small, star-like, white, flowers late spring to early summer followed by black berries … It is a frequent component of secondary forests. Vegetative Anatomy of Carpodetus serratus Forst. Good in damp and shade. The inflorescences are panicles of 5 cm in diameter and consist of up to fifteen or more flowers at the leaf axil or at the end of branches. Graceful layered and weeping form, foliage is medium to dark green giving a marbled appearance with a dark purplish leaf underside. Carpodetus serratus A beautiful evergreen native tree which will in (a great deal of) time can grow to 5m tall and 3m wide. Does best on a moist semi-shaded site. Carpodetus serratus prostrate is a semi-prostrate form of Putaputaweta which can grow to a height of 75 cm and have a spread of a 1 m. It prefers damp and shade. Carpodetus Serratus. Carpodetus serratus « Return to main Carpodetus serratus prostrate page. There is a prolonged juvenile phase with interlacing (divaricating) branches with very small rounded leaves. Carpodetus serratus is an attractive tree with spreading branches and marbled light and dark green leaves with toothed margins. Smaller growing native tree. An endemic species found throughout New Zealand. It is a very quick grower and has small white flowers early summer. > Carpodetus serratus. Department of Conservation, Wellington. Evergreen. It grows with an open framework though the juvenile form tends to have distinctly tangled growth and a greater degree of leaf marbling. Carpodetus serratus is found throughout New Zealand on forest margins and stream banks to an altitude of 1050m. It is perfect for a small garden as a backdrop and as a specimen small tree and will grow in damper parts of the garden. Carpodetus Serratus Putaputaweta - Awa Nursery. Grows well in moister areas but just as happy coastal. Carpodetus serratus is endemic and is widespread in the North and South Islands of New Zealand and Stewart Island. Its soft leaves are a mid to light green with a mottled marbling, becoming larger, thicker and glossier when older. Plant in a moist but well drained soil. Its soft leaves are a mid to light green with a mottled marbling, becoming larger, thicker and glossier when older. "Carpodetus serratus prostrata is a small shrub that grows around 1m x 1m. Leaves are quite small but leathery. NZ wide. Suitable as a specimen tree. With or without a wetland, a Carpodetus serratus will be a start towards the making of a habitat for many native insects and birds. Hardy. The tangled juvenile growth matures to dark green foliage with lighter green marbling. Prefers good soil with ample moisture. Hardy & quick growing. Okay on coast. Has clusters of small white flowers. Steady to [email protected], maximum of 10m.Riperian. Interesting dark green leaves with a lighter marbling on the surface. Prefers moist. Good in part shade or full sun. Tiny flowers are abundantly produced Oct-Dec. Carpodetus Serratus aka Putaputaweta or Marble leaf An attractive small tree with a very different juvenile and adult form. CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION. A shrub or tree with attractive ‘marbled’ leaves. An attractive NZ native with upright spreading branches making it an ideal shade or specimen tree. An attractive smaller-growing native tree. Carpodetus serratus is an attractive tree with spreading branches and marbled light and dark green leaves with toothed margins. Fairly hardy although prefers free draining, moist soil and shelter from wind. Small Marbled leaves.Mildly divaricated. These are followed by purple fruit, which ripen to black from March-May. Marble leaf. Evergreen. An attractive smaller-growing native tree. Family Escalloniaceae. The spe- Its soft leaves are a mid to light green with a mottled marbling, becoming larger, thicker and glossier when older. & G.Forst. Carpodetus serratus Native Putaputaweta – Marble Leaf is found throughout New Zealand on forest margins and stream banks to an altitude of around 1000m. Carpodetus serratus is an attractive, NZ native tree with spreading branches that host marbled foliage. C. serratus J.R. Forst et G. Forst. Carpodetus serratus is an NZ native, and also know as Marbleleaf or Putaputaweta. The tangled juvenile growth matures to dark green foliage with lighter green marbling. Carpodetus serratus (Putaputawheta) Small tree with marbled foliage. Check out our Shipping Information page for more info. White flowers are followed by purple fruit, which ripen to black from March-May. Carpodetus serratus is found throughout New Zealand on forest margins and stream banks to an altitude of 1050m. Click and collect available on some orders, please ask! Graceful layered and weeping form, foliage is medium to dark green giving a marbled appearance with a dark purplish leaf underside. Leaves are quite small but leathery. Found naturally in North, South & Stewart Islands. Putaputaweta is the sole NZ member of the Carpodetus genus, there being about 5 other species all in New Guinea. It forms an attractive tree with upright spreading branches making it suitable for shade or specimen planting. This plant is in a 1.5 Lt Pot. There is a prolonged juvenile phase with interlacing (divaricating) branches with very small rounded leaves. It will grow to about 5m. Carpodetus serratus is endemic and is widespread in the North and South Islands of New Zealand and Stewart Island. Intolerant of drought and wind, and prefers a moist soil. It has a marble like leaf. 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