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HAU HELE

As the sun moves across the sky hau flowers turn from bright yellow to orange then to reddish brown, before it falls off the plant, usually by the next morning. Known in Tahiti as the grandchild of heaven and earth this flower and tree is valued all over Polynesia for its cultural and medicinal purposes.

Adorn yourself in Hau Hele.  

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ANTHURIUM

Exotic brightly colored flowers grown in an abundance on the Big Island of Hawaii, Anthuriums are long lasting and irresistibly beautiful like the hospitality they represent.

 Adorn yourself in Anthurium.

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OHIA LEHUA

Legend says that Hawaiian goddess Pele fell in love with a handsome warrior named Ohia, she asked him to marry her but Ohia had already pledged his love to Lehua. Pele was furious when Ohia turned down her proposal, so she turned Ohia into a twisted tree.

Lehua was heartbroken,of course. The gods took pity on Lehua and decided it was injustice to leave the lovers separated.  They thus turned Lehua into a flower on the Ohia tree so that the two lovers would be forever joined together .

Adorn yourself in Ohia Lehua.

 

Native to Hawai'i, Lehua blossoms play a major role in Hawaiian culture.  

Unfortunately this sacred tree has succumb to ROD ( rapid ohia death) it needs your help! To donate and learn more please visit https://cms.ctahr.hawaii.edu/rod/HOW-TO-HELP

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OHIA LEHUA

KI'ELE

Ki'ele is the hawaiian word for gardenia. The ki'ele flower is one of three flowers that make up this signature print. Other flowers include white ginger and tuberose. These flowers are known for there heavenly fragrance. Ki'ele print was inspired by the fragrant trade winds bringing sweet smells of gardenia, white ginger and tuberose. 

Adorn yourself in Ki'ele.

 

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