Puna Kamalii Flowers participates and donates floral bouquets at the Hilo Hawaiian Bridal Show
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!!
Aloha everyone, Here are a few pictures of our amazing job coaches and clients making ti leaf lei’s today with an order of 100 lei’s. A little Hawaiian history about the Ti Leaf: One of the introduced plants to Hawai’i by the early Polynesians was a tall, stalk with tightly clustered, green, oval and blade-shaped […]
These are just a few of our ideas for weddings, if you have a theme, color, flower preferences, etc please let us know by calling (866) 982-8322. We will be more then happy to help you plan floral decorations for your special day. Aloha! [slideshow]
Aloha all, Our farms are currently all stocked up with mini red torch ginger, tropical fleur, and birds of paradise. If you are interested in purchasing any, please call us today at (866) 982-8322.
Awesome clients working to make shredded newsprint flower packing material. The first thing you notice at Puna Kamalii Flowers is not the flowers it’s the employees. You see Puna Kamalii Flowers is in the business of giving developmentally disabled individuals something that far too many of us take for granted at times: the self-confidence and joy […]
1. It is important to unpack the Hawaiian Tropical Flowers immediately. Do not refrigerate. 2. To restore plant cells and extend vase life, immerse entire stems in water at room temperature for 10 minutes immediately after cutting one-fourth to inch from each stem. Cutting at an angle will allow maximum water absorption and make them […]
A humble, sacred plant. For centuries, leis made from the shiny fragrant leaves of maile (alyxia oliviformis) have been used to communicate love, respect, blessing, enduring devotion, reverence, friendship, and a desire for peace. Maile is an indigenous vine or shrub found in wet forests throughout the Hawaiian […]