In birth, death and the inbetween, kawakawa had a significant place in traditional Māori ceremonies. For luck in conception, you would place a sprig of kawakawa beneath your bed. In grief, mourners would wreath their heads in kawakawa leaves. 


Kawakawa has an impressive list of medicinal properties and when burned, it can ward off pesky bugs as a natural insecticide.




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    KAWAKAWA can be presented beautifully solo but it is also part of a triptych.