Tropic fleur heliconia are tall, yellow to peach pastel colored upright flowers found throughout Hawaii. The edges of the bracts are reddish and the flower sometimes thought to resemble bird of paradise. Tropic fleur heliconia are smaller than the large upright heliconia flowers.
This flower is used in several of our Hawaiian flower assortments including the Hoaloha ‘Good Friend’ assortment.
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Purple Arc Anthurium – One Dozen Purple arc anthuriums are a deep purple tulip anthurium. Tulip anthuriums are smaller and not so wide as red anthurium. These small beauties add to any Hawaiian flower arrangement. They are also used for bridal bouquets and for our anthurium corsage. Please follow and like us:
Obake Anthurium – One Dozen Obake anthurium is a large, variegated anthurium grown on the Big Island of Hawaii. The name obake means ‘Ghost’ due to the color change in the flower. They are somewhat larger than the more common solid red, green and pink anthuriums. The color change can be dramatic such as with the red […]
Rainbow Anthurium – One Dozen Rainbow anthurium is a large, variegated anthurium grown on the Big Island of Hawaii. Also called Obake anthurium. Colors vary from a pale green with pink to the dark green edging with deep red center. The latter are often called ‘watermelons’ due to their color. Please follow and […]
Exotic Ginger and Costus We have a variety of exotic ginger and costus including beehive, Indian head, shampoo ginger and wax ginger. Colors include red, brown and yellow with tiny white flowers that appear over time. These exotic ginger are different than the red and pink ginger. They have compact heads in yellow, brown or […]
Red Anthurium – One Dozen Red anthurium is the classic Hawaiian flower. A brilliant and long lasting bloom the red anthurium is a remarkable tropical flower when added to any assortment or displayed on it’s own. Keep them at room temperature and change the water frequently and your anthurium can last two weeks or more. Makes […]
Bird of Paradise – One Dozen Bird of paradise flowers are one of the most popular of all Hawaiian flowers. They like rain followed by a lot of sun to bloom. This is a tall flower that bursts open to resemble a bird. The bird of paradise will highlight any Hawaiian flower arrangement or can be displayed […]
Hawaiian Orchid Sprays – One Dozen Farm fresh Hawaiian orchid sprays from the Big Island of Hawaii. These are the same dendrobium orchids we use for our leis and corsages. These long lasting sprays are 18 to 24 inches tall in white, lavender, or purple. The Big Island is also known as the Orchid Island […]
Hala Leaves – One Dozen Lovely hala leaves are long with yellow variegation in the center. These long narrow hala leaves are prized for their color. This is a favorite for creating an arrangement of Hawaiian flowers. Hala leaves make a distinctive tropical foliage addition to any Hawaiian flower arrangement. This ribbon like leaf adds a […]
Upright Heliconia – One Dozen Upright heliconia are our tallest and heaviest flower. This beautiful stem grows wild in the mountains and parks here in Hawaii. We cultivate it to create the most balanced and well shaped specimens. It will add height to any flower arrangement. The stems are thick and a bit woody. A […]
Song of India Foliage Stalks – One Dozen Song of India is a bushy stalk with variegated leaves of green and yellow. Used for tropical flower arrangements or landscaping. Save on a dozen or more. Cannot send to Arizona due to agriculture restrictions. Please follow and like us:
Midori Anthurium – Green – One Dozen Midori anthurium is a remarkable Hawaiian flower. It is a rich, bright green, ‘midori’ being the Japanese word for ‘green’. These tropical flowers are long lasting and retain their color and texture. An unusual tropical flower not often seen on the mainland. Keep them at room temperature and change the water frequently […]
Hawaiian Ti Leaves – One Dozen Hawaiian ti leaves are the classic tropical foliage in Hawaiian flower assortments. They are also used for lei making, cooking and hula skirts. Leaves are available in green or red with savings on a dozen or more. The name is pronounced the same as the word ‘tea’. For large […]