Kukunaokalā & Tuberose Twist
A single strand of the striking and stiff kukunaokala blossoms are twisted with the fragile and soft fragrant tuberose lei. They compliment each other beautifully.
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COMPOSITION & CONSTRUCTION
Materials Used: Kukuna o ka la / Tuberose
Hawaiian Name: Kukuna o ka la / Kupaloke
Scientific Name: unknown / Polianthes
A single strand of the striking and stiff kukuna-o-ka-la blossoms are twisted with the fragile and soft fragrant tuberose lei.
Width: 1 inch in diameter.
Length: Hangs about 18 inches from neck when worn (40 inches long before being tied).
Durability: Very durable and long-lasting.
Instructions: Sprinkle with water and refrigerate in bag or container.
The stiff yellow/red flowers come from mangroves that were introduced to Hawaii in 1922. The flowers are gathered from trees that grow at the mouths of brackish water streams near the ocean, and are most plentiful during the late summer through the fall. The lei will keep well for over a week and is still wearable when it is completely dried.
The tuberose is a night-blooming plant thought to be native to Mexico. It has been cultivated in Hawaii for many years now and has become a very popular lei making flower here. Its scent is described as a complex, exotic, sweet floral.
|Dimensions||20.0 × 3.0 × 1.5 in|