White flowering Kaka Beak

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Kaka Beak (Clianthus puniceus rosea) – Kowhai ngutu kaka

Features striking white flowers resembling the beak of the native parrot, the Kaka. These are a highly endangered species growing up to 3 or 4 metres in ideal conditions. An ideal ornamental garden species especially when grown alongside it's red flowering cousin and of course the traditional yellow flowering Kowhai.

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Kaka Beak (Clianthus puniceus rosea) – Kowhai ngutu kaka

Features striking white flowers resembling the beak of the native parrot, the Kaka. These are a highly endangered species growing up to 3 or 4 metres in ideal conditions. An ideal ornamental garden species especially when grown alongside it's red flowering cousin and of course the traditional yellow flowering Kowhai.

Widely distributed throughout NZ, but probably originated in the North. Early Maori propagated this species as an ornamental treasure, often given as a wedding gift. Through the years it has made it’s way around the country, including the Chatam Islands.

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White flowering Kaka Beak

White flowering Kaka Beak

Kaka Beak (Clianthus puniceus rosea) – Kowhai ngutu kaka

Features striking white flowers resembling the beak of the native parrot, the Kaka. These are a highly endangered species growing up to 3 or 4 metres in ideal conditions. An ideal ornamental garden species especially when grown alongside it's red flowering cousin and of course the traditional yellow flowering Kowhai.