Updates from the Farm

Hawaiian Greetings from Kalani Tropicals

Hawaiian Greetings from Kalani Tropicals

If you would like to include a Hawaiian Greeting in your Gift Card Message, here are a few you can use: Happy Thanksgiving ~ Hau’oli La Ho’omakika’i Happy Hanukkah ~ Hau’oli Hanukaha Happy Holidays ~ Hau’oli Lanui Merry Christmas ~ Mele Kalikimaka Merry Christmas and Happy New Year ~ Mele …

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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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Pendent Heliconia “Rostrata Ten Day”

Pendent Heliconia “Rostrata Ten Day”

Pendents are one of the most dramatic flowers in the Heliconia family and our “Rostrata Ten Day” are putting on quite a show this year! The Rostrata plant itself is upright and grows up to 15′ tall. The colorful, waxy flowers hang down from the top of sturdy, large leaf …

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Beehives Everywhere!

Beehives Everywhere!

Other members of the Beehive Ginger Ohana have made their debut for this season in Kauai. Every shady spot on our farm has a different Beehive variety poking out from beneath the leaves: Singapore Gold, Early Bloom, Chocolate Ball, Giant Beehive, and Golden Scepter. One of the most unusual tropical …

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It’s Springtime on Kauai!

It’s Springtime on Kauai!

People are often surprised when we say there are seasons in Hawaii. Over the winter months the days are shorter, it’s a little challenging to find all the flower varieties that go in an arrangement, temperatures are cooler (average 60 degrees at night & 70 degrees in the daytime), and …

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