July in Honolulu
by Kevin Ahern

July in Honolulu is a tough time flower-wise for making garlands. Often they run out of the desired plumerias, carnations, and orchids. When that happens, they have to make substitutions, which is why the Hawaiians refer to July’s garlands as the Daisy Leis of Summer.

Or, to put it into verse form,


“Orchids don’t bloom well in July
So that time in Hawaii’s a bummer
When substitutions are made
They’re known as the Daisy Leis of Summer”

 

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