Puakenikeni means ten-cent flower. Lei makers during the "Steamer Days" (late 1800s to mid 1900s) strung Puakenikeni and sold them for a dime. The pua (flowers) are best harvested in the early morning. The first day it is white, the second day it is yellow and the third it is orange.
Towel is 19" x 28"
Printed on one side
130 thread count
Comes with a hanging loop
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