These photos are from the late February bloom. The multitude of delicate, white flowers, known as “Kona snow,” emit a lovely, fairly subtle, sweet-smelling fragrance similar to jasmine; it’s not an overwhelming olfactory experience.
Our farm is at the southern end of the Mamalahoa Kona Heritage Corridor. My husband and I like to cycle along the curvy Old Mamalahoa Hwy, and it is a heavenly experience to ride here when the coffee trees are blossoming/peaking. Farm after farm. No shell of a car separating you from the sights and smells of Kona nature.