Updates from the Farm

May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii

May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii

Make a Lei. Share a Lei. Wear a Lei… The custom of Leis was introduced to the Hawaiian islands by the voyaging Polynesians. Poet & author, Don Blanding, is credited with founding “Lei Day” in 1927 in Hawaii. In the early 1900′s when visitors to Hawaii came by boat, the …

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Happy Earth Day!

Happy Earth Day!

For us, living on Kauai surrounded by plants, greenery… and dirt, practically everyday seems like Earth Day But today it’s official. A holiday near and dear to our hearts – we love our planet and all the lovely plants that grow upon it. Happy Earth Day everyone! Thought we’d share an …

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It’s Springtime on Kauai!

It’s Springtime on Kauai!

People are often surprised when we say there are seasons in Hawaii. Over the winter months the days are shorter, it’s a little challenging to find all the flower varieties that go in an arrangement, temperatures are cooler (average 60 degrees at night & 70 degrees in the daytime), and …

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The Beehives are back!

The Beehives are back!

“Early Bloom” Beehive flowers are popping up in the shady areas of our farm. When someone sees a Beehive Ginger for the first time, they always ask: “Is it real?” It seems to be carved from beeswax and their honey-sweet fragrance fills the air. We are featuring Beehive Gingers in our …

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Happy Valentines Day! Hau’oli la Aloha! (Happy Day of Love)

Happy Valentines Day! Hau’oli la Aloha! (Happy Day of Love)

Happy Valentines Day! Hau’oli la Aloha! (Happy Day of Love) This year, Valentines Day is on Thursday, February 14. *We recommend placing your order early for delivery before Valentine’s Day. You can schedule your order anytime – just fill in your Requested Delivery Date on the Order Form at the …

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Our Obake Anthuriums

Our Obake Anthuriums

We were thrilled when our “Madame Pele” Obake Anthurium won “Best in Show” at the Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair this year. This amazing flower takes it’s name from the Hawaiian volcano Goddess Pele. Madame Pele is said to live in the fire pit of Kilauea crater, one of the …

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