Tree Fuschia or Kotukutoku is a pretty special native tree.
It grows well in stream margins and damp areas.
I produces flowers from Early Spring and then berries right through the summer so provides an immense amount of food for native birds.
The only reason that they're not more common is that they're also a strong favourite of possums meaning that their range has been severely limited.
They can grow in to tall, gnarly trees and harbour insects in their flaky bark so they really are the perfect banquet for our natives.
It's definitely worth including some of these in your revegetation planting and although not as robust as some other plants if they do survive through to adulthood you will be very impressed