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The well-known Wailua Falls, as you leave Hana, is the location of Divine Order. Most of the plants you see are indigenous to Hawaii. The ginger and the impatiens, as well as the other fauna that grows effortlessly in the rain forests of Hana accompany the Kukui Nut tree in the left lower corner, the Breadfruit Tree, and the Ohia Lehua. The Iiwi, our endangered Honey Creeper, is most likely found on the Ohia Lehua blossoms, sucking the honey from the fragile plumes. As the Hawaiian Lore has it, do not pick the flower of this tree as you go into the forest. Pick it as you leave and it may bring you good luck.
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