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The Beehives are back

The Beehives are back

“Early Bloom” Beehive flowers are popping up in the shady areas of our farm. When someone sees a Beehive Ginger for the first time, they always ask: “Is it real?” It seems to be carved from beeswax and their honey-sweet fragrance fills the air. We will be including some of these …

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Happy Valentines Day! Hau’oli la Aloha! (Happy Day of Love)

Happy Valentines Day! Hau’oli la Aloha! (Happy Day of Love)

Happy Valentines Day! Hau’oli la Aloha! (Happy Day of Love) *We recommend scheduling your order early for delivery before Valentine’s Day. You can place your order anytime. Just fill in your requested delivery date on the order form at the check out and we will mark it on our calendar.* …

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In the Anthurium Shade House

In the Anthurium Shade House

We have two separate shade houses for our Anthurium plants: one is for our Obake anthuriums and more rare varieties;  the other is for the smaller anthuriums. The shade, light, and structure of our shade houses are designed especially for growing anthuriums. Many of our tropical plants grow in the …

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Calathea “Rattlesnake Shakers”

Calathea “Rattlesnake Shakers”

The Official name for these curious flowers is Calathea but we call them “Shakers”. When the flower dries, the seeds inside make a shaking sound. Calathea also have an appearance of the scales on a rattle snake. The serpent-like scales interweave forming a remarkable pattern. The Shaker flowers range from …

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‘Awapuhi Shampoo Gingers

‘Awapuhi Shampoo Gingers

Now that the winter months are coming to Kauai, with shorter days and cooler temperatures, our beehive flowers have disappeared and will be dormant until springtime. Coming into season are the members of the Shampoo Ginger Family. Although the plant originated in India, it was brought to the Hawaiian Islands …

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Learn about Bromeliads

Learn about Bromeliads

One of the most beautiful foliage types we grow in our private collection are Bromeliads. There are 1000′s of species in the Bromeliad family growing throughout North and South America. Some species have become popular as houseplants and others are being used extensively in landscaped gardens in tropical climates. The …

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