Hawaii smells great.
The flower is pretty, I can almost smell the freshness of Hawail, is this the State Flower?
Bill — Hawaii’s state flower the Hibiscus. It is yellow with a maroon center and is known locally as the Pua aloalo.
Mmmm… and it’s PRETTY too!
i can’t smell it from there but it looks darn pretty!
How funny… a friend of mine who happens to live on Oahu asked me yesterday to ask you if you can smell plumeria all around you. Her neighbors to either side of her house have plumeria bushes in their yards and they smell lovely.
Oh, One of the most lovely smelling flowers that I know. We used to be able to grow them in Garden Grove because it never froze, but not here in Georgia. I had almost forgotten about them, thank you for reminding me. I was telling my husband this morning about your move, and he asked me where in Hawaii you moved to, and I had to confess I didn’t know. He has friends that live there, but I don’t know where they are either. I told him that at sometime in our life, I would like to go and see Hawaii. I want to see the flowers, and just maybe a friend or two……:):)
Oh my gosh! I would love to see the flowers there. Keep the pictures coming.
Melli — this entire island is covered in flowers and sweet scented breezes.
Polona — they sell these scents bottled, but it really isn’t the same.
Brooke — Our complex has Plumeria, Hibiscus, Bird of Paradise and much more ….
Nea — Oahu. Makaha Valley. The closest town is Waianae. We are miles from Honolulu and Waikiki, and we prefer it that way.
Kat — as lovely as …
Jackie — you ain’t seen nothin’ yet!
Made yourself a lei yet?
Mumma — no, but they gave me a sea shell lei at church on Sunday.
Lovely!!! I look forward to your future sharing of bountiful beauty.
Pauline — you won’t have long to wait. I took flower pics yesterday.
You sound happy and the flower is beautiful.
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