Pua Aloalo is one of six species of Hibiscus native to Hawai’i.
The yellow Pua Aloalo is the State Flower however today we are featuring the beautiful white flower. It’s delicate white petals and bright pink stamen are signature. The width and length of the petals can vary.
These plants do well outdoors with full sun and frequent watering. They bring a sense of cultural beauty to any outdoor space.
My world is glass bottles & jars. I use them for everything, put them everywhere. I wrap them, paint them, decorate them and fill them with all kind of treasures and beautiful things. Wanted to share a quick tutorial on how to add a little shimmer and shine to any size bottle or jar.
What you’ll need:
Assortment of clean glass jars & bottles with labels and adhesive removed
Gold spray paint
Tape off whatever type of design you want to create.
For the triangle shapes, place the painters tape on a cutting board, use a ruler and exact knife to get straight, even lines.
Spray your jars in a well ventilated area, let them dry, and then carefully removed the painters tape. Fill with treasures from your garden and arrange for a pretty bit of sparkle and shine. Using local flora and fauna give these chic containers a lovely twist of hawaiian style.