The Puriri tree is a native of New Zealand, found mostly in the upper half of the North Island, and grows to about 20 metres tall often with a trunk diameter of 1.5 metres. The largish flowers occur in loose clusters of up to 12 blossoms and appear mostly over winter.
On one of the pages of my brief I read the phrase "dilute rich burgundy with blood". It actually said blond but I read it wrong and got the gist of what I had to dye.
If you fancy owning one of these blankets - tough! They've found a new home already. But you can always let the girls at Pauanesia know and we'll see what happens.
|Puriri tree flower (from Wikipedia)|
|Puriri page in workbook|