Hawaiian Name: Uala
Pronunciation: Click Here
Scientific Name: Ipomoea batatas
Hawaiian Plant Status: Polynesian Introduced


A Staple Hawaiian food that was especially useful in times of famine as they are quickly grown. The sap was believed to help increase a mother's milk supply as well as the leaves if made into lei and worn by the mother. (Amy)


(Amy) Amy Greenwell Garden Ethnobotanical Guide to Native Hawaiian Plants & Polynesian-Introduced Plants by Noa Kekuewa Lincoln

(Pukui) Olelo Noeau Hawaiian Proverbs & Poetical Sayings by Mary Kawena Pukui

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Aloha For Maui

A lei of lokelani and love for Maui and their families.

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Pule For Maui

Keeping a prayer always in our hearts no matter where we are in the world for all those who perished in the fire and also those who survived it.

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Nani O Haleakala

A beacon of light and hope. Haleakala, the home of the sun, gives all of Hawaii hope for better days ahead and a reason to keep giving to and supporting one another.

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