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Hawaii, HI Florists

Find florist in Hawaii state that deliver flowers for any occasion including Birthdays, Anniversaries, Funerals as well as Valentines Day and Mother's Day. Select a Hawaii city below to find local flower shops contact information, address and more.

Hawaii Cities

Hawaii State Featured Florists

Waipahu Florist

94-354 Hanawai Cir
Waipahu, HI 96797


15200 Haleakala Highway
Kula Lodge Kula, HI 96768

Alluvion Inc

61-676 Kamehameha Hwy
Haleiwa, HI 96712

Hilo Airport Flowers Llc

920 Piilani St
Hilo, HI 96720

Kona Flower Shoppe

73-4273 Hulikoa Dr #2
Kailua Kona, HI 96740

Hawaii Flowers News

Apr 6, 2018

Beauty blooms in Idaho's backcountry in the spring and summer

Well, not entirely. In fact, there are more native, wild orchid species growing in the Gem State than Hawaii — and you can see them for yourself this spring and summer, if you know what to look for and are willing to do the legwork.Lynn Kinter, lead botanist for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, remembers the exact moment she spied her first orchids in the wild, as a botany student at the University of Idaho.“I was on the Elk Creek Falls trail near Elk River,” Kinter recalled. “It was a bunch of fairy slippers — the little pink calypso orchids, Calypso bulbosa. They’re striking in terms of their bright pink color and unusual shape, and so different compared to other wildflowers I was used to seeing. And the fairy slipper has a faint vanilla scent that helps it attract pollinators.”As thrilled as she was by this discovery, her next thought was to leave them alone.“I’d been trained in a plant identification course taught by Doug Henderson,” she said. “Part of our coursework was to make a small plant collection — but he had said, ‘Anyone who collects an orchid will get an F,’ because he wanted them protected.”Indeed, seven of the 28 native orchid species in Idaho are on the state’s rare plant list, and one is considered threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act.Rarity isn’t the only reason to resist ... (Idaho Statesman)

Dec 29, 2017

Late-blooming Bulls persevere

Name(gStory.story.subCategoryId))# articles here.-- More College Football articles »Today’s Bowl game HAWAII BOWLThe matchup: Fresno State (9-4) vs. Houston (7-4), Dec. 24, 5:30 p.m. (ESPN).Series record: First meeting.What’s at stake: The Bulldogs will try to become the second team in FBS history to go from double-digit losses in one season to double-digit wins. The Cougars are trying for their third bowl victory in four seasons.Key matchup: Houston RB Duke Catalon vs. Fresno State’s front seven. Catalon has led the Cougars in rushing the past two seasons. He is averaging 4.5 yards per carry and has scored eight TDs but will be opposed by a defense that ranks ninth nationally in scoring defense (17.2 ppg). (The Register-Guard)

Dec 29, 2017

Plant of the Month: Snow bush

Cook Island pines substituting for the old standard.The poinsettia is a tropical plant, however, and can be grown outdoors year-round here in Hawaii. You will often see them planted with their close relative, euphorbia leucocephala, which provides a wonderful white flowering contrast to the deep red and green of the poinsettia (euphorbia pulcherrima). Consider adding some drama to your décor by combining the E. leucocephala with your poinsettias outdoors or in a large pot indoors.The euphorbia with the small white inflorescence has many common names. The name snow bush, which is used locally, is an accurate description of the plant in bloom. The white blossoms that cover it make it look like a snowball. Other names include Snows of Kilimanjaro and snow flake bush, each one accurately describing the bright white color of the plant in bloom.Snow bush is endemic to tropical areas of Mexico and Central America, but now grows throughout the tropics. It is cultivated in many Hawaiian gardens as a hedge or specimen plant and can also be found growing wild in some dry forested areas in West Hawaii.Similar to others in the euphorbiaceae family, the inflorescence of the snow bush consists of the showy leaf bracts with a tiny flower in the center. Like the poinsettia, snow bush’s blooming cycle is triggered by cooler weather as well as long nights and short days. If night temperatures rise above 70 degrees, or if plants are grown in an area th... (West Hawaii Today)

Nov 17, 2017

Beachfront Kiahuna Plantation Condo Now Available for Intimate Kauai Vacations

New Oceanfront Kiahuna Plantation CondoBook direct from Parrish Kauai for best rates. Call 800-325-5701.Poipu Beach, Kauai, Hawaii November 16, 2017With one of the best locations on Kiahuna Beach, this quintessential adult getaway features premium guest amenities and no resort fees. Recently acquired by The Parrish Collection Kauai, a company synonymous with luxury Kauai vacation rentals and boutique properties, Kiahuna Plantation Unit 197 offers a blissful oceanfront retreat framed against the sunny Poipu Beach coastline. Best rates for the impeccable one-bedroom condo are available by calling Parrish Kauai at 800-325-5701 or booking direct online.Featured in the company’s Romance Collection portfolio, the standout features are all about ease and provide a visual treat. The spectacular oceanfront setting is just steps from the beach with surroundings that blur...

Nov 17, 2017

Flower Power's owner still going strong in Middletown

Sherree Patterson’s family traveled throughout the U.S. up through her early teens, with posts including a three-year stint in Hawaii.“I remember seeing lush gardens and waterfalls there,” said Patterson of one of her earliest memories of flowers. “My father, who loved to garden, taught my brother and sister and I how to raise orchids and we all had our own sections of the family greenhouse.”More: Red Bank florist builds her business anewMore: Mueller's Flowers in Manasquan vows to reopen after fireReturning to her family’s hometown of Middletown and attending high school there, she worked at a flower shop her father bought as well as at a number of different florists in the area, all of whom quickly recognized her ability and often let her run their shops alone.Encouraged by her bosses’ confidence in both her floral and managerial skills, Patterson was inspired to spread her wings.“I thought, ‘Why not open my own store?'” she said, and with that, the then 20-year-old rented space for $200 a month in a Belford storefront formerly occupied by Middletown Pharmacy and opened her own venture, Flower Power Florist and Gifts, in 1977.Though she ultimately moved the store to a more updated space just across the street in the late 1990s, Flower Power Florist has been going strong for 40 years and continues to bloom.More: Howell flower farmer finds joy in her jobMore: Brighten your home with indoor winter plantsShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast Slid... (Asbury Park Press)