Sunday, April 26, 2015

Hawaii Flowers

Early in season for best blooms, still, so many flowers! These are from different locations on different days.  Some I can identify, some I can't, and some are not even flowers!

Red ginger at Queen Emma's


Don't know this sweet plant


Variegated ti with ferns


Back lite shell ginger


Hibiscus are in every color!


Spider lily



 These tiny 'half' flowers have a lovely story about separated lovers


Hotels, restaurants, retail stores display beautiful bouquets, often featuring Anthurium


More hibiscus



Maybe penta?


Sidewalk waterfall on Waikiki


Heliconia at Queen Emma's Palace


Coconuts at Punch Bowl


Fungus on trail to Kaniakapupu ruins


Another bouquet


The mango tree at Emma's Palace was dropping fruit on the lawn.  Wish I had know it was a mango at the time I would have checked out the fruit! 


Plumeria was blooming everywhere!   On Saturday,  Bonnie was wearing a lovely plumeria lei from her Daughters of Hawaii presentation.  We had stopped at a park to see a piece of a historical water system when a young man came over to Sandi and me with leis for us too.  Wasn't that the sweetest gesture of 'Aloha'?


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