The sweet scent of Tuberose and the beautiful greenery of Maile makes this lei a regal choice. Maile leaves are believed to protect the wearer, bestow good luck, and even possess healing powers. This is an open-ended lei which hangs down to the belt line or below. Although beautiful alone, the Maile is commonly entwined with various flowers to add to its splendor. This lei is commonly worn by males for weddings, graduation ceremonies, proms, and special occasions. Also commonly used to drape over a doorway of a grand opening of a business to bring good luck. Long lasting and may be dried.
Please keep in mind that Maile is an imperfect vine. There will be a few leaves that have a patina or tarnished look to it; that is part of the beauty of this lei. Spots are also commonly found on some of the leaves.
Pictured is a polynesian maile. Unfortunately, we are not getting Polynesian maile at this time and using only local maile from Hilo. There is a different look to the Hilo maile - it is viney and leaves are spaced out. But Hilo Maile is revered in Hawaii and has beautiful large leaves with an amazing vanilla-like fragrance. Please look at our Hilo maile before purchasing. (If you would like to have a thick maile, call to order a " Double-Double Hilo Maile" - which is two Hilo Maile's twisted together.)
FOR MAY THRU JUNE:
Due to the high demand for Tuberose and low production, we may have to add some white orchid to your lei with no advance notice. It will look lovely with the softness of white orchid and still have the beautiful fragrance. The hardiness and fullness of the orchids add longevity and body to this lei. By choosing this lei, please know that we may have to substitute without notification.
Note: Due to strict agricultural state laws, we regret to inform you that we cannot ship to California. Please see Ti-Maile for a beautiful alternative.
Care: Refrigerate in sealed plastic bag or container.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ADD THIS TO YOUR CART, IT MEANS IT IS SOLD OUT FOR THE TIMEFRAME REQUESTED.
**SOLD OUT WEEKS OF 5/18-6/17/22**