During the morning sunrise
Kniphofia, also called red hot pokers are stunning during the winter months. Our garden is vibrant and alive with these colourful plants and the waxeyes just love them. They provide much needed nectar to native species such as waxeye, bellbirds and tui during this cold time. They delicately drink the nectar from each little flower head, not breaking a single piece off. If there is anything you think should be added to your garden this winter, go for the red hot pokers!
Taken Tuesday Morning 23rd June during the sunrise in my garden.