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Hawai’i Wedding Flowers and Plants Video broadcast on Kaua’i Cable TV, Online

June 7, 2021 at 12:51 p.m. HST
* Up to date June seventh at 12:54 p.m.

A one-hour video, Wedding Flowers & Crops from Hawai’i, will likely be broadcast on Kaua’i cable TV and on-line. Courtesy photograph: Hawai’i Floriculture and Nursery Affiliation

The Hawaii Floriculture and Nursery Affiliation, a nonprofit, is unveiling a one-hour video entitled “Wedding Flowers & Crops from Hawaii,” which is able to air on Kaua’i cable TV tonight and out there on-line.

The academic video, which may also seem on Maui cable tv at a later date, options displays from floral designers displaying the right way to use Hawaiian-grown flowers, leaves, and vegetation to create beautiful floral designs.

The emphasis is on weddings, however most of the methods apply to floral designs for any event. The video consists of displays from Hitomi Gilliam, AIFD, and eight others, in addition to representatives from the main Hawaiian islands.

The video additionally reveals kindergarten excursions and pictures of the winners of floral designs from a contest with greater than 100 entries.

Utilizing domestically grown flowers and vegetation has environmental advantages. It reduces the demand for imports that may deliver invasive species to Hawaii. Transporting fewer imports causes fewer carbon dioxide emissions, which exacerbate the local weather disaster.


“Purchase Native It Issues” is the slogan of a Hawaii State marketing campaign to remind folks to purchase Hawaiian-grown produce and to assist the numerous small and family-run companies within the native decorative plant business.


The video “Wedding Flowers & Crops from Hawaii” will likely be proven on Hōʻike Kauaʻi Group Tv on Spectrum Cable Channel 54. It would even be out there on-line tonight on Hōʻike’s on-demand website. Click on on “Hoʻike Stay Playlist” after which on “Hoʻike Stay Stream B”.

TV program:

  • June seventh Monday – 9pm
  • June 8, Tuesday – 12:20 p.m.
  • June 9, Wednesday – 4 p.m.
  • June 10, Thursday – 9:30 a.m.
  • June 11, Friday – 4:30 p.m.
  • June 12, Saturday – 11:30 a.m.
  • June thirteenth Sunday – 11am
  • June 14th Monday – 8:48 pm


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