Pua Kenikeni

This tubular flower grows in clusters at the end of branches on a tree. It blooms a creamy white color, turns yellow by the 2nd day, and then to orange the 3rd day. The fragrance of the pua kenikeni always reminds me of Kamehameha Schools’ Song Contest, where you are most certain to have the aromas of pua kenikeni in the air.

  Pua Kenikeni - Multiple Strands...

Each strand is sold separately

  Pua Kenikeni - Combination

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handcrafted by Lani Chun

photography by Trudy Bloomquist

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