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Tutsan berries

Hypericum androsaemum


Originally from Europe, the species was introduced to NZ, where it was recognised as a pasture weed as early as 1955.

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DespinaTsafetopoulou 11 years ago

Yeah it has healing properties, but still, for NZ, it's a worthless weed, mostly because it spreads in native forests (and certainly because it is an introduced species)

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 11 years ago

Quite attractive. Doesn't sound too invasive and has some 'healing' properties possibly.

New Zealand

Spotted on Jan 21, 2010
Submitted on Oct 17, 2012

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