Ngutu Kākā is famous for it's stunning beak-shaped puāwai, now in stunning white glow in the dark! Although it now rarely grows in the wild, it's well-known for it's long-lived seed which can germinate after 30 years.
Our pairs of Ngutu Kākā are made of two layers of glow in the dark white puāwai on hooks, topped off with a mirror green contrasting sepal and lush 7cm leaf.
Nau mai haere mai ki Taonga Puāwai! Ko Amy (Kāi Tahu) & Nicole (Pāhauwera, Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa) māua.We are two besties on a mission to be creative natives bringing you ātaahua hei taringa to enjoy!We are kaiako working and living in the wider Wellington region. Between us we have a range of interests and skills from costuming to writing, baking and pottery, sewing and thrifting, travel and adventures and learning te reo Māori.
64 Rosebank Rd