Kahikatea Tree Single Sided Wooden Puzzle
The Kahikatea is the tallest of the New Zealand forest trees, attaining physical heights of up to 60m, with trunks recorded at 2m diameter or more. Kahikatea mature in approximately 250 ‐ 400 years. It is abundant in high rainfall areas and lowland forest (swampy) throughout New Zealand where it is often seen as by far the most dominant tree within the existing forest canopy. Kahikatea have dark grey bark, the leaves are scale‐like and are sharply pointed the flowers appearing from September – October. The small fruits appear as a swollen orange fleshy footstalk on top of which sits a black seed covered with a waxy coating.