(flax) Feasting in nectar the Tui. Birds of New Zealand.

Tui bird, New Zealand.The tui is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand. It is one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family. The name tui is from the Maori language name tūī and is the species' formal common name.

Fuchsia procumbens “Creeping Fuchsia”

Fuchsia procumbens “Creeping Fuchsia” ~ I call it the birthday cake flower

Tui... Tree fuchsia (Fuchsia excorticata) flowers are a much sought-after food source for a number of native bird species, in particular Bellbirds, Tui and Silver-eyes. The Tui is a protected bird in NZ AndreaEL Photography NZ

Tree fuchsia (Fuchsia excorticata) flowers are a much sought-after food source for a number of native bird species, in particular Bellbirds, Tui and Silver-eyes. The Tui is a protected bird in NZ AndreaEL Photography NZ

Cordyline australis (Cabbage tree)

Or just plant a cabbage tree or two - Cordyline australis (Cabbage tree)

Matai

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Matai Photo'.

Kahikatea, king of the antipodean swamp.

Kahikatea → Prince of pine forests, grows 60 to 90 mtrs. Rimu and kahikatea were once widespread in lowland forest, but both have been extensively milled for their valuable timbers.

Coprosma robusta - karamu #NZnative

New Zealand Native Plants Photography - recently added NZ native plants at NZ Plant Pics stock photography. Browse most recent native plant photography added to the NZ Plant Pics site.

Carpodeus serratus (Putaputaweta) flowers

Taranaki Educational Resource: Research, Analysis and Information Network - Carpodetus serratus (Putaputaweta)

Podocarpus totara 'Aurea'

Living Walls Living Screen tall instant hedge from Twining Valley Nurseries NZ ready now

Pseudopanax ferox - fierce lancewood photos

Photos of Pseudopanax ferox tree - fierce lancewood. New Zealand tree images.

Nothofagus Solandri  New Zealand Black Beech

Nothofagus Solandri New Zealand Black Beech

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