"The rigid flower stalks can be up to five metres long, projecting high above the foliage. In November (in New Zealand) they produce clumps of curving tube-like flowers which turn bright red when mature. These produce unusually large quantities of nectar to attract all nectar feeding birds such as the tui and insects. The seedpods that develop after pollination, each contain hundreds of seeds which are later widely dispersed by the wind." from Wikipedia.Wow - amazing! Is this like a house yukka but planted outside? The bees seem to like these "hot house" flowers. I have a new zealand flax in the garden, high, and was considering moving it but the bees went mad for its lovely red pollen - it stays!
Please don't think I am censoring your posts because I am not, but its that you mentioned all flowers produce pollen.am sure the plant produces pollen, I guess all flowers do,