Loulu is the only palm tree native to Hawaiʻi. Many loulu species are endangered— invasive rats eat the loulu fruit and destroy the seeds, preventing new loulu plants from growing. Conservationists now propagate loulu in greenhouses and reintroduce the plants into the wild.
Historically, loulu fronds were used for roof thatching and hat-making.
10% of proceeds support Native Hawaiian flora and fauna conservation
Gold metal 1.5" pin with two pin backs for security.