Coprosma propinqua   swamp coprosma

Life Form:

Flowers Seeds Dispersal:
Delicate wind pollinated flowers. Dioecious. The male and female wind pollinated flowers are produced on separate plants in early spring. Has generous clusters of white to blue fruit ripening between February and April the following year. These are eaten by birds which disperse the seeds

Grows in waterlogged soils on the margins of lakes and swamps.