Hoahānau ʻEhā – Four Cousins


E nuʻanuʻa nā pua hihi o Hawaiʻi, i lei mauhili o ka poli.
The creeping flowers of Hawaiʻi grow thickly, as an entangled lei upon the breast – Noah Gomes

For those who arenʻt particularly botanically inclined, weʻll try Go Outside and Pay Attention (Noho i waho a maliu). Four different plants, lāʻau hihi, (plants that entangle, creep and spread) according to Mrs. Pukui mā. They are in the family Convolvulaceae, Morning-glories, and so all are related. None are particularly showy but we aloha them nevertheless.