The lights change colour from gold to luminous green to white, inspired by Albany's biodiversity and representing New Zealand's national flower kowhai
and the Australian wattle.
These included white orchids from the Gambia, jasmine from Pakistan, kowhai
from New Zealand, heilala from Tonga, and more.
They planted puriri and kowhai
trees, the latter of which was represented on Meghan's veil when she married Harry inSt George's Chapelat Windsor Castle in May.
In the end they settled for birds and the plants most closely associated with them, including the piwakawaka (fantail), titipounamu (rifleman) and tui, each with a plant closely associated with them such as the kowhai
. One of the rarest birds in New Zealand at the time, the takahe, was commemorated on the highest-denomination decimal note, the $100.
This image shows New Zealand (rata, kowhai
) and English plants in a competition with violent undertones ('choke').
From the yellow swathe of kowhai
trees with their nectar-heavy flowers that are a magnet for native songbirds, and the surreal green of unfurling fern fronds to massed spring bulbs, wild lupins and brilliant rhododendrons, new life pops up everywhere to be celebrated in a series of garden festivals throughout October and November.
After the family moved to Lower Hutt in 1990, she became a staff nurse, then charge nurse, at the Puketiro Centre's Kowhai
Villa in Porirua.
, the head of the IDF's Military Intelligence Directorate.
Exploring the Disease Resistance Response (Chitinase, Lysozyme, Acid Phosphatase and Total Phenolic Content) of Kowhai
(Sophora microphylla x S.
Toni Te Kowhai
's nostalgic memories of her grandmother's Lewana bread and homemade plum jam spark homesickness for New Zealand.
International Resource News-3 December 2009-Greymouth Petroleum to start production of gas from Kowhai
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