Welcome back, Lynley.
Thank you! It may be a gradual emergence:-)
Glad that you are back. That’s a beautiful flower. Do you know the name?
Thanks Judy. The flowers are Kowhai tree flowers. They flower in the spring and are full of nectar that our lovely native Tuis (birds) thrive on.
That is a fabulous photo of the kowhai. I’ve just mentioned you in the comments section of my latest blog, with thanks. Nice to see you back on the blog.
Thanks very much Juliet. I love your Chinese Toon tree photos on your blog at:http://seasonalinspiration.blogspot.co.nz/search?updated-min=2012-01-01T00:00:00%2B13:00&updated-max=2013-01-01T00:00:00%2B13:00&max-results=3
Now that I’ve seen your next post (of the tui-plundered kowhai), I can appreciate how you caught the flowers while they were still so perfect.
It was fine-tuning for sure Juliet. Once the new flowers opened a little the Tuis arrived. I believe that they are very good at scoping out food sources.
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