in Science & Nature Love It Macro Monday – A Dwarf Kowhai by Pamela Moresby June 24, 2019, 11:30 am 66 Views 16 Votes 19 Comments This was taken from my sister’s place at Te Kauwhata. It is a Dwarf Kowhai tree…Our native Kowhai tree is very much loved by our native birds of New Zealand, Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to Collection What do you think? 16 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Dwarf KowhaiMacro Monday Written by Pamela Moresby Follow 19 Comments Leave a Reply Wow, it is a very impressive flower and photo, never seen such, love it…..!!! 1 Log in to Reply A unique plant to New Zealand only, the Kowhai is a remarkable tree, this is a Dwarf version. Thanks Tasartcraft 1 Log in to Reply How interesting…..!!! Welcome 1 Log in to Reply You have so great trees in New Zealand, it’s always a pleasure to see them!!! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Anastasia, there are so many beautiful trees in this world. 1 Log in to Reply Wooow, this is a wonderful tree. I see him for the first time 1 Log in to Reply Thanks this tree is unique to New Zealand Log in to Reply I see it for the first time. Here in Spain the birds love the Japanese jellyfish. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Elenka, it is a tree you only find in New Zealand Log in to Reply This is a really nice and interesting tree, dear Pam … why do birds do it so hard? 1 Log in to Reply The Kowhai provides nectar for some birds….Thanks Lado. Log in to Reply What a cool tree, I can see why the birds would love it. Seed pods I am sure. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Carol, the Kowhai is very popular for many birds. Log in to Reply It looks different!! interesting plant! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Alibb, it provides nectar for birds. Log in to Reply Any speciality of this tree ? 1 Log in to Reply A special cultivated variety of the Kowhai tree which is not dwarf thanks Witty Feeds Log in to Reply Does the tree produce berries? Why do the birds love it so? 1 Log in to Reply The birds like the nectar and attracts nectar eating birds. Thanks Doc 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.