Plant native trees when you shop

target area         native trees planted

“with your help we can literally cover bare land with native trees and help restore New Zealand’s environment”

So how does it work?

Essentially, every time you shop with us, you contribute towards native trees being planted in New Zealand. Simple.

shop in-store or online

shop in-store or online

local land identified

local land identified
or partner found

volunteers organised

volunteers organised
(potentially you?)

trees planted, restoration underway

trees planted,
restoration underway

You're currently helping plant Harakeke



(Phormium tenax)

Harakeke (flax) is one of the most useful plants in Aotearoa. It is commonly found in wetlands, along rivers and in coastal areas such as estuaries, dunes and cliffs. It helps prevent stream bank erosion and can intercept nutrient run-off from surrounding land. Tui, korimako (bellbirds), tīeke (saddlebacks), pekapeka (short tailed bats), geckos and several types of insects enjoy nectar from the flax flower.

Māori traditionally used harakeke for just about everything for day to day life - clothing, cloaks, sandals, fishing lines, sails, rope, whāriki (mats), kete (baskets), fans, belts (to name just a few). It’s also one of the most significant rongoā (medicinal) plants and is also used for flaxseed oil - a much sought after ‘superfood’.

Actually get your hands dirty and help us plant

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