Featon, Sarah Ann 1847 or 1848-1927 :[Composite picture of flowers, New Zealand. ca 1890] Reference Number: A-171-019 A group of native New Zealand flowers including koromiko (hebe), fuchsia excorticata, clematis, kaka beak, kowhai and manuka.
Tree Fuchsia, New Zealand Fuchsia. Fuchsia excorticata. Largest of all fuschias, plants grow to 50 feet tall. Produces small, dark sweet fruit, a favorite food of the Maori. Botanical Register, vol. 10- (1824) [M. Hart] | by Swallowtail Garden Seeds
King, Martha 1803?-1897 :Kotuku tuku. [Fuchsia excorticata] Folio C No. 5  Reference Number: A-005-005 A branch showing leaves and flowers of the New Zealand native tree fuchsia. A cross-section of a single flower on the left. Prepared for the New Zealand Company in 1842. Part of: [King, Martha] 1803?-1897 :[New Zealand botanical specimens. 1842], Reference Number A-005 (14 digitised items) Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour on paper 375 x 276 mm. Single art work
King, Martha, 1803?-1897 :Fruit of the fuchsia. Folio C No. 41  Reference Number: A-005-041 A branch of New Zealand fuchsia (fuchsia excorticata) in leaf and drupe. Prepared for the New Zealand Company in 1842.
Image from page 82 of "Plants of New Zealand" (1906) - Internet ArchiveLibocedpus doniana (The Kaivaka). A lofty pine, 60-100 feet high, believed at first to be a Dacrydiuni. Itsfoliage in the young stage somewhat resembles a fern.