ⓘ Pomaderris kumeraho

                                     

ⓘ Pomaderris kumeraho

Pomaderris kumeraho or kūmarahou, also known as gumdiggers soap, is a plant endemic to the North Island of New Zealand. The name kūmarahou is a Māori word signifying a shrub. Kūmarahou grows up to four meters in height, and flowers in September, with yellow blossoms. The name "Gumdiggers soap" was given owing to the lather created when the flowers were rubbed with water.