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'UKULI'I KA PUA, ONAONA I KA MAU'U - Tiny is the flower, yet it scents the grasses around it.

"Small things have great effects. From a grain of sand so begins a mountain. One person can make a significant impact in the universe."

Flower leis are given to people for all sorts of occasions - to say welcome, goodbye, for birthdays, weddings, graduations and more. The type of flower used depends on the occasion, and different ones may be given to males and females. From the maile vine to the ilima, white ginger, tuberose, ikake and favourite plumeria - the materials used have special spiritual and physical properties specially chosen for the giving of each lei.

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