Memorial Day Flowers From Hawaii Hold Special Significance for Service Men and Women

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Families all across the nation will honor a loved one with a Hawaiian flower lei this Memorial Day, thanks to overnight shipping by Hawaii florist, Hawaii Flower Lei.

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May 27, 1942. Enlisted men of the Naval Air Station at Kaneohe, Hawaii, place leis on the graves of their comrades killed in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

A symbol of love and respect, the Hawaiian lei is a deeply meaningful flower gift for Memorial Day. In fact, in Hawaii, every year on Memorial Day, thousands of fresh flower leis are laid on the gravestones of veterans at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl on the island of Oahu. This year will be no different. Thousands of volunteers will participate in this effort to ensure that each grave receive a special lei.

Hawaii Flower Lei, a local florist in Honolulu, will be shipping fresh flower leis all across the nation to those who wish to honor their loved ones in this uniquely Hawaiian way. They offer a wide variety of memorial leis including fresh flowers, kukui nuts, ti leaves, and some unique designs like their Yellow Ribbon Military Lei, created with reverence to honor those who have served our country.

About Hawaii Flower Lei:
Hawaii Flower Lei specializes in shipping made-to-order fresh Hawaiian leis nationwide. Leis are shipped in Hawaii Flower Lei's exclusive lei cooler, delivered overnight using the fastest shipping method possible, with guaranteed on-time delivery.

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