Plumeria: Hawaiian Leis are most frequently made from the beautiful and fragrant blossoms of plumeria. Plumeria traditionally symbolize perfection and new beginnings. They are also sometimes called frangipani and bloom either in bright pink or a cream color with a distinct and sweet smell.
Hibiscus: The hibiscus is a showy and brightly colored flower that signifies delicate beauty. It's also the state flower of Hawaii. It is widely poplular in Hawaii and beyond and can be worn to show whether the wearer is single or already in a romantic relationship. If a lady is wearing a hibiscus bloom behind her left ear, that means she is attached and is not looking to attract a man... so guys be advised. If a lady is wearing the bloom behind her right ear she's signifying that she is single and may be open to romantic pursuit.
Bird of Paradise: The Bird of Paradise is indigenous to Hawaii and is well known for it's unusual striking shape and it's bold orange color. Native Hawaiians call the Li'ipoe meaning "little globe". These are popular in flower arrangements, art, and fabric prints as they help to create an exotic tropical atmosphere in home decor.
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