Last week Foodland was honored to do the floral arrangements for a Tour de France inspired awards dinner. Sunflower centerpieces in mason jars with raffia bows created a French countryside feel. Fashioned after Tour de France podium bouquets, honorees of the evening were presented with yellow rose bouquets with a collar of explosion grass and ti leaf finish.
It's that time of the year again and beautiful locally grown Easter Lily Plants are available now at your local Foodland and Sack N Save stores for just $9.99 each, while supplies last. We are proud to partner exclusively with Howard's Nursery in Kula, Maui and Young Brothers to bring you these gorgeous Easter Lilies and to help benefit Easter Seals Hawaii
Beautiful locally grown Easter Lily Plants have arrived at your local Foodland and Sack N Save locations, and we are proud to partner exclusively with Howard's Nursery in Kula, Maui and Young Brothers to bring you these gorgeous Easter Lilies and help benefit Easter Seals Hawaii.
Mother's Day is this Sunday, May 13th, and we know you haven't forgotten to pick something special out for Mom, right? Just in case you were "planning" to pick something up soon, we invite you to save $5.00 off of locally grown Orchids (starting at $14.99) or Tulip plants (starting at $11.99) available now at your favorite Foodland and Sack N Save locations (offer valid May 9 - May 13th, 2012, while supplies last). Simply print out the coupon below or show the offer on your smartphone to ... more »
Every year, Foodland is proud to carry beautiful Easter Lilies grown locally at Howard’s Nursery in Kula, Maui. The handsome gentleman pictured to the left is Howard Takishita, owner of Howard’s Nurseries, Inc, and the green thumb responsible for producing these wonderful lilies. What you may not know is that these same lilies that he tirelessly cultivates especially for our customers, hold a very special place in his heart.
This week I am thrilled to introduce locally grown and assembled Living Garden Succulent Plants. These hardy beauties come to us from the creativity of Terri and Greg Lee who are the owners and designers of 1st Look Exteriors.
Each of the Living Garden Succulent Plants were assembled by hand by Terri and Greg themselves. It amazes me the care, attention and pride that Terri and Greg put into each and every one of these creations.
Here in Hawaii, Graduation is a unique and special event. Friends and family pour countless lei around the neck of a graduating student, often times stacking so high that you can hardly recognize the face of the student buried underneath.
Whether you are graduating from high school or college, Foodland is your graduation headquarters for this momentous occasion. From Haku lei, which sit upon one’s head like a floral crown, to the traditional Orchid or Ti Leaf variety, you’ll find ... more »
The Easter Lily Plants arrived this week to all Foodland and Sack ‘N Save stores. They are stunning! The trumpet shaped blooms of the Easter Lily is what makes this plant unique. Our premium Easter Lily Plants offer about twice the amount of blooms to a standard Easter Lily Plant – so these premiums offer more blooms for your buck!
Flowers come in a rainbow of beautiful colors, but did you know that specific flower colors relate to certain emotions and moods? Here are some of the meanings behind the colors of flowers:
- Yellow: symbolizes happiness, friendship, enthusiasm, luxury, and pride.
- Red: symbolizes the feeling of emotions like love and passion.
- Orange: symbolizes satisfaction, confidence and passion for ... more »
Foodland was honored to do the floral arrangements for an annual awards dinner at the Hau Terrace at the Halekulani Hotel on Waikiki Beach. The Hau Terrace is a spectacular special events venue with Diamond Head as a backdrop and the gorgeous blue Pacific Ocean as the horizon.
There are certain flowers and plants that really evoke a specific season or time of year. For winter, Poinsettias sing candy canes and Happy Holidays. Poinsettias are blooming plants that start with deep green leaves. The top leaves of the Poinsettia are called bracts and these are the leaves that turn red, orange, pale green, cream, pink, white or even marbled. So, it is an interesting notion that what we would think are vivid colored petals of Poinsettias are actually special leaves.