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PINEAPPLE PALAKA

Ti Plant Grey-Yellow Modern

Ti Plant Grey-Yellow Modern

Regular price $88.00 USD
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Bird of Paradise, or Pua Manu, one of the most popular flowers in Hawai’i, is related to the banana plant.  Named for its flower which looks like a bird taking flight, the bird of paradise plant has a distinctively deep orange and blue flower.  It can stay fresh for up to two weeks after cutting, and its bright orange seeds retain their color for decades.

Product Details:

  • Designed in Hawaii
  • 100% woven polyester microfiber
  • Palaka tipping and keeper (palaka color may vary)
  • 3 1/4 in x 60 in (8.25 cm x 152 cm)
  • Teal, Grey, Purple and Yellow


Ti leaves from the ti plant were considered by ancient Hawaiians to have divine power.  Native Hawaiians believe that growing ti plants around a home can bring good luck.  The ti leaf has a variety of uses, including foot coverings, hula skirts, plates, food wrappers, and house thatching.  The root is also edible.  One Hawaiian legend says that if a person worries that a body of water contains a shark or supernatural creature, they may throw in a ti leaf.  If it floats the water is safe, and if it sinks the water is not safe.  Try to keep your tie dry and hope it brings you luck.

Product Details:

  • Designed in Hawaii
  • 100% silk
  • Palaka tipping and keeper (palaka color may vary)
  • 3 1/4 in x 60 in (8.25 cm x 152 cm)
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