This website is an attempt to connect you, the person looking for a good Hawaiian lei, and me, a lifelong farmer who has specialized in growing and producing one of Hawaii’s favorite leis, the Pua Keni Keni Lei. While there are many types of leis, we only make Pua Keni Keni, and have for 25 years. Pua Keni Keni is, without a doubt, one of the most fragrant leis around. The flowers are white the morning they bloom, and then turn cream to yellow to rich orange over a period of up to five days. The fragrance is simply amazing, and the only way to describe it is to experience it.
We are based in Kilauea on Kauai’s north shore. While we have supplied certain markets in the area, there has always been a problem connecting with folks who don’t know where to find our Pua Keni Keni leis. Now you can contact us directly, and arrange for pick up while you are on Kauai’s north shore.
During the longest days of summer, we have our highest production, with the least production in the short days of December. Peak season, we can supply orders up to 30 leis, and in the winter, can still fill orders of up to 10. If you contact us hoping to get a lei right now, you might get lucky and catch us at home. It is best to order a day or two in advance, especially for larger orders. At this time, we do not ship, and we do not accept credit cards. We can package leis for you to take home on the plane. The cost is $15.00 per lei.
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Please contact us, and we will do our best to try to accommodate you. I'm figuring that this site will be visited mostly by tourists who are googling and looking for a great Hawaiian lei. Hopefully, we can connect when you visit Kauai's north shore, one of the most beautiful areas on earth. GoDaddy has informed me that I need to write at least 531 words here, so here goes some more information. I am a resident of Kauai for 41 years, moving here originally to do nothing but surf. Over the years evolution has brought me to a mature old survivalist, whose goal has been to set up a living situation where, if the rest of the world collapses, me and mine will survive without too much discomfort. My farm is a large house lot, where nothing is grown unless it is edible or useful. Most of my property is covered with a plethora of fruit trees including papaya, banana, mango, avocado, orange, ruby red grapefruit, tangerine, lemon, mulberry, Surinam cherry, cherimoya, bulls heart, soursop, and miracle fruit (of which a small amount will make the sourest citrus taste like honey for the next hour). OK, that used up a bunch of words! I have four Pua Keni Keni trees, one 28 years old, and three 11 years old. Normally, Pua Keni Keni trees stop producing in the winter months, but I have learned that if one is dedicated enough to pick ALL of the flowers ALL of the time, the trees will produce year round, although there will be way less production in the shorter daylight hours of winter. This is a trip: The trees throw a flush of flowers every OTHER day! Don't ask me why. And one of my four trees throws it's flush on the opposite day of the other three trees. Once again, don't ask me why. I suppose if someone was really interested, and if I have the time, we could schedule a farm tour. Looking forward to serving you.