Hapuʻu is an endemic tree fern that thrives in the rain forests of Hawaiʻi. They grace the aina with their large fronds and distinctive fiddlehead curls. The brown hairs of the fern are soft and in ancient times were used to stuff pillows (uluna) and in burial preparations. The starchy core was eaten in times of famine.
Pillow cover: olive green body trimmed in a basket weave print, brown Hapuʻu fern block print
Cotton/poly – Hand wash cold, line dry, iron if needed