This plant produces an insipid fruit which can be eaten, as also the leaves which make a very good pickle’ (Taylor 1847). Maori treated boils with juices from the leaves. Early Europeans pickled the leaves and the ripe fruit was eaten raw.
Reproduced digitally on Mohawk Felt 260GSM acid-free textured paper for archival permanence.
Every print is signed by hand.
Where is it made? Wellington!