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Join us for our first in-person illustration workshop on Friday, February 23 at Helumoa (Royal Hawaiian Center). Pop-Up to follow on Saturday, February 24.
Join us for our first in-person illustration workshop on Friday, February 23 at Helumoa (Royal Hawaiian Center). Pop-Up to follow on Saturday, February 24.
Native Hawaiian Plant Month 2023: Plant List

Native Hawaiian Plant Month 2023: Plant List

This list will be updated at the end of every week to provide you with the links to the plants we cover daily.

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Another great way to learn more and support our creativity is to subscribe to our newsletter to receive Hap-E-Mail (happy mail for your digital inbox) where we send monthly/weekly newsletters to update you about your shop. Each month, we share digital artwork for you to enjoy (this months wallpaper features a Native Hawaiian plant!).

Pule ʻEkahi (Week 1)

Lā ʻEkahi (Day 1): Naupaka Kahakai (Scaevola gaudichaudiana)

Lā ʻElua (Day 2): Wiliwili (Erythrina sandwicensis)

Lā ʻEkolu (Day 3): Koa (Acacia koa)

Lā ʻEhā (Day 4): Hōʻawa (Pittosporum napaliense)

Lā ʻElima (Day 5): Palapalai (Microlepia strigosa)

Lā ʻEono (Day 6): ʻĀkala (Rubus hawaiensis)

Lā ʻEhiku (Day 7): Hāhā (the Hawaiian name for native plants in the genus Cyanea)

Lā ʻEwalu (Day 8): Nāʻū (Gardenia brighamii)

Stay tuned for pule ʻelua (week 2) - to be updated on Sunday, April 16 (covering lā ʻEiwa (day 9) through lā ʻumikūmālima (15))

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