A long swollen but tapering root – like a parsnip, or carrot.
Naturally occurring in New Zealand (i.e., not introduced accidentally or deliberately by humans).
Referring to plants that have escaped from cultivation (including gardens or forest plantations) and can now reproduce in the wild (without human assistance)
Organ that produces nectar.
Prominent vein or rib.
Strands of conducting and usually strengthening tissue in a leaves or similar structures
Veins that repeatedly divide and re-unite.
Feather-like or hand-like venation on a leaf.
Growing at high altitudes. From Latin: nivalis, snowy etc. from nix, nivis, snow.
The point at which leaves, branches or roots arise on a stem.