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- Wharariki (62)
Easy to work with. Good for green kete, toys, etc. Do not boil.
|Description||Medium to tall bush, bendy, wide, soft and shiny blades. Pale yellow-green with a very pale cream margin and keel. Produces flower heads on very dark purple stems, and later, rather droopy, twisted seed pods.|
|Uses||Easy to work with. Good for green kete, toys, etc. Do not boil.|
|Muka extraction||Carefully done, a small amount of muka can be extracted. Para sticks, removes with knife.|
|Raranga - unboiled||Tight raranga achieved as very pliable and thin leaves. Edges stay clean. Similar green-yellow colour as Paoa, although range of shades not as varied.|