A flowering kowhāi is a sight to behold. They are often a hive of activity for bees and birds - kererū are especially fond of kowhāi foliage.


Kowhāi are much more than a pretty flower. It’s timber is one of the toughest of all New Zealand trees and was used traditionally by Māori in constructing whare. A kowhāi’s bark holds medicinal properties that were used for ailments ranging from a sore throat to a sprained ankle.




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    KOWHĀI can be presented beautifully solo but it is also part of a triptych.