Birds of Paradise is one of the most beautiful that we have growing on our farms here in Hawai’i. Birds of Paradise are native to South Africa and bloom from September through May.
The unusually beautiful shape and brilliant colors of Birds of Paradise have made these flowers not just a designer’s favorite, but also a popular symbol of paradise.
The popular Birds-of-Paradise plant bears a unique flower that resembles a brightly colored bird in flight, giving it the common name, Bird of Paradise. The Birds-of-Paradise flowers make the plant an exceptionally attractive landscape plant, that’s why you can find it growing all over Hawaii.
Birds of Paradise Plant Care
- The Bird of Paradise does require a good amount of sunlight.
- Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system for the Birds of Paradise.
- Watering can be reduced after establishment.
- Feed Birds of Paradise plants with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.
- Floral preservative for Birds of Paradise is recommended and is available commercially.
Our farm is filled with beautiful bird of paradise flowers. If you are interested in purchasing any whether it is for decoration, a bouquet, or even want to take it home to plant and care for it in your own garden, please give us a call at (866) 982-8322, ALOHA!
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Our farms are currently all stocked up with mini red torch ginger, tropical fleur, and birds of paradise. If you are interested in purchasing any, please call us today at (866) 982-8322.
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The first thing you notice at Puna Kamalii Flowers is not the flowers it’s the employees. You see Puna Kamalii Flowers is in the business of giving developmentally disabled individuals something that far too many of us take for granted at times: the self-confidence and joy that comes from having a job. This is the only job many of these individuals have ever had and as long as individuals like you continue to purchase our flowers it could be the only job they will ever need.
Here employees come first and customers are family. Won’t you join us by making a purchase today? The flowers are beautiful and the workers are simply awesome!
Contact us today: (808) 982-8322
Mahalo nui loa (Thank you so much)
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Every day is a new day. Use it for good. Do you have an opportunity to employ someone with a disability? Do not hold back. The job will get done better, it will be done with care and devotion. Your employee will appreciate the opportunity to work and will show it by being on time to work, not calling in sick, and showing you every day that they love to be appreciated. Thank you to all who support empowering people with disabilities in employment. Aloha and Mahalo.