PKF Appreciates Nice Words

PKF Appreciates Nice Words

Aloha Kakahiaka !

Just wanted to thank you very much for the quality and service you provided.  The leis and flowers came out beautifully.  Very very much appreciated.  When we get the pictures from the photographers I’ll be sure to send some to you.  Thank you again for your awesome service that you provided.  I’ll definitely recommend you and use you in the future if lei’s and flowers are needed again.  God bless and have a great week

Aaron Birn

11/20/15

 

Cleaning Ti Logs Today

Aloha all,

Here are a few pictures of our clients cleaning ti leaf logs and making ti leaf leis. The reason for cleaning the ti logs because we cut them in small three inch sizes and ship them to one of our customers who use them in his business.

 

Have a great day!!

Protea

Protea

Pronounced PRO-tee-a. 300 million-year-old fossils indicate that Protea are one of the most ancient plants in the world. The name “Protea” is derived from the mythological Greek Sea God, “Proteus,” who had the power to spontaneously change his shape. Appropriately named, there are over 1,500 types of Protea, originating from Australia, Southern Africa and South America. Protea thrive in the windy weather. The majority of Protea grow on the southern- facing slopes. Protea flowers are known for their long-lasting beauty. They last 10-14 days fresh, then dry to soft, muted tones that often last for several years.

The flower is surrounded by colourful bracts which slowly open up to give a flower head as big as 25cm across. It comes in pinks, creams, oranges, charcoal, and are available all year round. Leaves will often blacken so the flowers may be sold with them already removed. The flowerheads are suitable for drying.