Tuberose & Rosebud Twist
This beautiful petite and feminine Hawaiian lei is a treat for the senses, both fragrant and visually stunning.
Tuberose and rosebud leis are entwined to create this Tuberose and Rose Bud Twist Lei.
Substitution of the rosebud color may be necessary.
**Extremely perishable. We suggest shipping within Hawaii or West Coast delivery zones only. Mid-US, East Coast, and Canada deliveries are shipped at the buyer’s risk and are not guaranteed. Please select “I Agree” to indicate your acceptance of this disclaimer.
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COMPOSITION & CONSTRUCTION
Materials Used: Tuberose & Rose
Hawaiian Name: Kupaloke & Loke
Scientific Name: Polianthes & Rosaceae
Two single strand leis, one tuberose and one rose bud, are twisted together to create this gorgeous fragrant Hawaiian lei.
Width: 1 inch in diameter.
Length: Hangs about 18 inches from neck when worn (40 inches long before being tied).
Durability: **Extremely Perishable. Limited Shipping Locations.
Instructions: Mist lightly with water and refrigerate in sealed bag or container.
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.
Brought to Hawaii in the early 1800s, the rose has been an integral part of lei making in Hawaii ever since, used frequently as accents in both traditional haku leis as well as more contemporary orchid leis. The pink lokelani or cottage rose is the Island of Maui’s official flower – the only non-native plant to be recognized as the official flower of any of the Hawaiian Islands.
|Dimensions||20.0 × 3.0 × 1.5 in|