Very Uncommon. A few patches on exposed coastal dunes
Uncommon. In damp coastal turf near water seepages.
Chilean rhubarb is well established in the wider environment locally.
(Grown as a garden plant in Europe)
Gunnera, and ?grass and leucopogon maybe, thought it was interesting mix, good for native plant living wall
Extinct in the wild in Christchurch. This plant was rescued a number of years ago and has been kept in cultivation.
Could become more of a nuisance locally than it currently is.
Dead or dying.
The Gunnerales are an order of flowering plants. In the APG III system (2009) it contains two genera: Gunnera (in family Gunneraceae) and Myrothamnus (in family Myrothamnaceae). In the Cronquist system (1981), the Gunneraceae were in the Haloragales and Myrothamnaceae in the Hamamelidales. DNA analysis was definitive, but the grouping of both families was a surprise, given their very dissimilar morphologies. In Cronquist's old system (1981, 1988), and Takhtajan's (1997), the Gunneraceae were in the Rosidae,...