You can see how this is the Manuka tree which is different to its cousin the Kanuka. Manuka has a lot of individual flowers, like this one, does, whereas the Kanuka has more clusters of flowers and the Manuka forms these little berries, like a berry, it’s a hard berry, that carries, basically a seed pod, that carries the seed, so once the bees have pollinated the flower, it forms these tiny little seed pods, right up the, right up the new growth.
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