have attractive foliage and flowers, and make great hedges or topiary as well as pollinator food. Corokia
buddleioides needs a bit of shelter and is found at the top of the North Island. The wire-netting bush ( Corokia cotoneaster) is perfect for exposed localities and dry stony soils. More ornamental varieties with bronze or variegated foliage are often forms of Corokia x virgata but they still attract insects with those starry lemon flowers.