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Hawaii State Featured Florists
1468 Liliha StHonolulu, HI 96817
851 Pohukaina St Ste CHonolulu, HI 96813
99-185 Moanalua Rd Ste 105Aiea, HI 96701
45-428 Kamehameha HwyKaneohe, HI 96744
45-3626 Andrade Building Unit D Mamane StHonokaa, HI 96727
Hawaii Flowers News
Sep 19, 2019
Renew your wedding vows at Lili'uokalani Gardens during Sept. 8 event - Hawaii Tribune Herald
For the third year, the Friends of Lili‘uokalani Gardens is partnering with the Hawaii Floriculture &Nursery Association and East Hawaii Wedding Association to present a wedding vow renewal event and floral display Sept. 8 in the gardens as part of HFNA’s “Wedding Celebrations 2019.”
The display in Lili‘uokalani Gardens will feature floral designs by Gilliam and others and will celebrate the thousands of weddings that have taken place in the gardens during its 100 year history. Couples are invited to return to the gardens from noon-4 p.m. Sept. 8 to renew their marriage vows.
Anyone interested in participating can visit the HFNA website to contact the organization for additional information. You will be asked to fill out a short questionnaire: did you get married in Lili‘uokalani Gardens (n... Sep 19, 2019
Hawaii Gardens: Talented artist, gardener was lifelong supporter of horticulture - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Marie Leilehua Adams McDonald didn’t follow the retirement path that most would. Instead, she moved to Hawaii island and started a farm.Established in the 1970s, Honopua Farm started as a way to cultivate Hawaiian flowers and plants for lei and turned into an organic vegetable farm, which McDonald’s daughter Roen Hufford and her husband took over in the 1990s when McDonald retired for good.
A longtime supporter of Honolulu Botanical Gardens, an award-winning lei maker and kapa artist, McDonald died Aug. 4 at home in Puukapu, Waimea. She was 92.
Throughout the years, she was very involved with the Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens, participating in the Flora Pacifica shows and Foster Botanical Garden’s Midsummer Night’s Gleam garden events.
She also helped and encouraged the late Paul Weissich, director emeritus of Honolulu Botanical Gardens, in acquiring the land and brainstorming on the landscape and botanical planning for Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden.
Encouraged by Weissich, McDonald wrote “Ka Lei: The Leis of Hawaii” in the 1970s, and later the pair co-wrote “Na Lei Makamae.” Both books have inspired and educated generations of lei makers an... Sep 19, 2019
Barbara Wood Obituary - Menlo Park, CA | San Francisco Chronicle - Legacy.com
They were married six months later in 1956 at Stanford Memorial Church and honeymooned in Hawaii. Their first home was on Wood Street in San Francisco.In 1961, Barbara and Bob moved to Menlo Park where they raised three daughters, Carol, Sally, & Wendy. Barbara created a happy home for her family and was active in the Traditional Shop of the Allied Arts Guild and the Guild's major fund raiser, TallyHo, which supported Stanford Children's Hospital. She was an active member of the Stanford Committee for Art supporting the Stanford Museum, now the Cantor Art Center.Barbara introduced Bob to the world of golf. They joined the Stanford Golf Course in 1966 and later played other courses in the United States and Mexico and took two "People to People" golfing tours of Europe. Barbara's hobbies included French cooking, flower arranging, and oil painting. She sheparded her daughters to competitive gymnastics, tennis, and theater, made costumes, and drove neighborhood car pools. Annual summer family trips were a high spot of the year. The family piled into the station wagon, north to the Canadian Rockies, east to Sun Valley, or south to La Jolla. Barbara loved these adventures, and would always search along the road for a dimly lit dinner with candles.When the girls were grown, Barbara helped her neighbor set up M&T Publishing, an American subsidiary of a German publishing company, that was later acquired by CMP Media, Inc., a global software publishing group. She became its Director of Operations and retired with a big party at age 75.Foreign travel was a large part of her life. She and Bob made 46 trips to many countries in Europe, Asia, South and Central America, Australia, and New Zealand. The... Sep 19, 2019
Barany In the Garden: Showy shrub hibiscus is a summertime treat - Yakima Herald-Republic
If you’ve ever worn a Hawaiian print shirt, it’s likely that a hibiscus blossom was part of the design. Native to the islands, the yellow hibiscus (Hibiscus brackenridgei) is Hawaii’s state flower and is an instantly recognized symbol of all things tropical.You don’t have to live in the tropics to grow these spectacular blooms. Two hardy hibiscus varieties can overwinter in temperatures as cold as 20 degrees below zero. The main difference is the size of the plant and the size of the flowers.One of the types is Hibiscus moscheutos, and I’ve written about them before. These small shrubs die to the ground after frost, but not before they produce weeks of flowers big as dinner plates in an ever-growing array of gorgeous colors. My plants are loaded with buds that a... Sep 19, 2019
Larkspur flower shop focuses on local, sustainable arrangements - Marin Independent Journal
Morlock, who opened the shop in May, had worked as a freelance event and wedding floral arranger in the Bay Area, Hawaii and other destinations, but when this space on Magnolia Avenue opened up, she grabbed it.
A native of Tokyo, Morlock had worked in the hospitality industry in Southeast Asia before immigrating to America and embarking upon her childhood dream of working as a florist when she was trained as wedding designer in 2011.
“Because I was trained as a wedding designer, my aesthetic is a garden-style design that uses lots of greens with airy and beautiful seasonal blooms,” she explains. “I like to see movement and texture, and I try to not pack my flowers too tight.”
Daily, she maintains local restaurant accounts, makes arrangements to deliver or for walk-in customers, and fulfills online floral orders.
“We occasionally have weddings, birthdays parties and showers on the weekends,” she says. “I’m also writing proposals for weddings in 2020.
Almost 95 percent of her blooms and fillers are sustainable and grown in California or on the West Coast, although she does purchase some from Japan or Holland if customers request them.
Photo by Aimi DuongThe Little Flower Shop, a newcomer to Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur, opened in May.
Besides receiving flowers from ...