We’re pretty sure the things we can always count on in life are change and wild, unexpected turns. Sometimes change is sought after and embraced, sometimes it’s forced on us and we’re left reeling to adapt. Sometimes wild, unexpected turns bring us indescribable joy that leave our hearts bursting and other times these turn of [...]
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Summer is upon us at the farm here at Anuhea Flowers and that means the protea are most certainly in their "off-season" blooming period. This means that our King and Mink protea varieties in particular are only popping a few harvestable blooms every week and are no longer blooming in volume. We have several different [...]
Giving back to our community is a central value we hold as a small, family owned and operated business. You can read more about our Operation Spread Aloha initiative here; but essentially, a portion of our flower crops are donated every month to various schools, organizations, non-profits, and individuals for all sorts of reasons. We [...]
Did you know that flowers have been scientifically proven to support our emotional and physical wellness? A study conducted by the University of North Florida's Department of Public Health tells us just how much it not only can reduce stress but can also increase productivity and feelings of connection. While we believe no one needs [...]
Hau’oli Makahiki Hou! Welcome, 2020! Reflection is a wonderful practice. It’s important to take some time to intentionally look back over the year and ponder over our lessons learned from hardship and success and the gratitude and grace we can take with us into not only a new year but a new decade! While the [...]
As we transitioned ownership of the farm, Bill and Judy trained and guided us in the planting process of protea. They taught us the ins and outs of protea care. We began by propagating the protea and took cuttings from our existing plants. We took care to choose ones that had proved to be hearty [...]
Some news from Judy and Bill Mertens: Now when we come to the farm in the early morning, the birds are singing and so happy to have the quiet time before the sun comes up over Haleakala. We feed Jill, the farm cat who has been here almost 20 years, and gradually everyone arrives with [...]