Take me there Tuesday: Molokai Plumeria Farm

Picture yourself wandering underneath the dappled shade of plumeria trees. Imagine a gentle, plumeria-scented breeze. Sounds delightful, doesn’t it? Though these thoughts may sound like a dream, you can make it a reality by visiting  the Molokai Plumeria Farm on the island of Molokai.

With today, May 1st, being Lei Day in Hawaii, we thought it was the perfect time to highlight the Molokai Plumeria Farm for this edition of “Take me there Tuesday.” The beautiful and fragrant plumeria flower is a popular bloom sewn into a Hawaiian lei.

The Molokai Plumeria Farm harvests thousands of plumeria blooms to make and distribute leis locally and to be shipped to the mainland.

For more information and to see a video from our visit, see our post about visiting the Molokai Plumeria Farm.

About Sheila Beal

Sheila Beal is the founder and editor of Go Visit Hawaii. You can connect with Sheila Beal on Twitter, Go Visit Hawaii on Facebook, or Instagram.

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