The pulp of ripe fruit is edible, sweet and aromatic, but the fresh kernels.
Department of Conservation, New Zealand.
Nov 02, Corynocarpus laevigatus, J. R. and G. Forst. (Corynocarpaceae) is a small tree (usually to 15m) endemic to New Zealand."Corynocarpus" means"club fruit", and"laevigatus" means"smooth", in reference either to the skin of the fruit (Molloy) or the leaf (Poole and Adams).C.
laevigatus was called karaka by the first (Maori) settlers to the New Zealand mainland, and this is its. Street tree Pleached hedge Birdlife. Beyond the norm Karaka trims very well as a pleached hedge or shaped specimen. Although it will grow into a big tree, with trimming it is a perfect tree for a limited space. Clipped height m.
The pruning site may weep more when the tree is pruned while actively growing, but it does not cause any harm.
15 year height 8m. Mature height m. Soil conditions Moist, well drained, suits most soil conditions. Wind. Jun 04, Seal the wounds to help the tree heal quickly. The pruning site may weep more when the tree is pruned while actively growing, but it does not cause any harm. Paint wound sites facing the sun with white latex paint to keep the tissue cooler and allow the tree to heal more quickly%(36).