HAWAIʻI STATE FLOWER — Native Yellow Hibiscus (Hibiscus brackenridgei A. Gray), also known as Pua Aloalo or Maʻo-hau-hele. The Pua Aloalo is a beautiful, indigenous blossom which grows luxuriantly on all the islands and appears to be most generally representative of the Islands, no other flower having so great a variety in color and form, or such continuous blooming. Adopted 1923, 1988. yellow flower tattoo, hawaiian flower, hawaiian tattoo, yellow hibiscus, flowers
HAWAIʻI STATE FLOWER — Native Yellow Hibiscus
My absolute favorite flower: Pikake. Native to Hawaii, the Pikake is a delicate, exquisite jasmine flower.
Along with the gardenia, the white ginger flower is symbolic of love and romance. White ginger lei are sometimes referred to as evening lei because they are often strung in the evening to be worn that night. With a sweet, delicate aroma and orchid-like configuration, the blossoms are woven into the finest of lei, usually strung Micronesian style, tied or woven into a flat collar. (See Lei Making Methods.) About 125 buds are required for a standard 40-inch (100-cm) lei. smell flower, white ginger
gorgeous fragrant white ginger ♥
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Pikake is the flower of romance, and a traditional bridal flower in Hawaii. Hawaii's Princess Kaiulani named it after the peacock. Read more: What Do Hawaiian Flowers Mean? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_5594274_do-hawaiian-flowers-mean_.html#ixzz1zUcOsCFf sampaguita, idea, hawaiian flower, philippin nation, bridal flowers, flower beautygarden, philippines, beauti flower, nation flower
Pikake ~ my personal fav