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Hawaii State Featured Florists
1280 S Kihei Rd Ste 126Kihei, HI 96753
856 Ilaniwai St #103Honolulu, HI 96813
45-428 Kamehameha HwyKaneohe, HI 96744
P.O. Box 198Kailua Kona, HI 96740
465 KaiwahineKihei, HI 96753
Hawaii Flowers News
Nov 28, 2018
Tropical Gardening: Brighten fall gardening with flowering plants, trees - Hawaii Tribune Herald
As the sun moves farther from us, days are shorter and plants tend to slow their growth. This brings on the rainier season in East Hawaii and the drier season in West Hawaii.
Even though we do not see the brilliant fall colors ablaze in the forests and gardens of the mainland, we can improvise.
This year, with all the rain, even West Hawaii is green. So now is the time for nursery and garden store shopping. You can find some great ideas for bringing the feeling of fall into our gardens.
Where nights are cool and days frequently cloudy, try some of the fancy new impatiens hybrids. The New Guinea hybrids are especially attractive. These new hybrids are much more compact and flower abundantly. They come in all flower colors and have multicolored leaves, as well. Other impatiens on the market are the traditional types hybridized to be compact and floriferous.
Fall in Hawaii is colorful with Hawaiian wiliwili, African tulip, Timor shower, rainbow shower and even the royal poinciana trees in late bloom.
Also flowering now are several species of Bauhinia, or orchid trees. One seldom seen here but common in cooler regions of South America is the silk floss tree, or Ceiba speciosa. This close relative of the Kapok tree is rare here but popular in Southern Califo... Nov 28, 2018
Florida On A Tankful: Fairchild Botanical Gardens - News 13 Orlando
This is the only place in the continental U.S. that has a tropical rainforest - really the only other place that can do this is Hawaii," Tan said.
And as you make your way through both the tropical rainiest and butterfly conservatory, you'll find yourself in their rare plants greenhouse.
They have exotic plants from around the world making it one of the largest rare plants collections in the US.
Some of the plants on display range from one of the world's largest ferns, with fronds up to 40 feet long, to their rare carnivorous plants.
Fairchild Botanical Garden is open seven days a week from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For more information on prices and events, you can head to their website.
Nov 28, 2018
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Nov 28, 2018
Celebrating with flowers - Hawaii Tribune Herald
Nani Mau Gardens for Celebration 2018, the second annual floral design event that celebrates the sesquicentennial of emigration from Japan to Hawaii. The Hawaii Floriculture and Nursery Association and Friends of Lili‘uokalani Gardens sponsored workshop was led by floral artist Hitomi Gilliam from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Workshops continue today at Nani Mau Gardens and Lili‘uokalani Gardens in Hilo and finished designs from the workshops will be installed at Lili‘uokalani Gardens at 1 p.m. today. The celebration continues Sunday with the Tour of Lili‘uokalani Gardens and Floral Arts Competition from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., where the public will have a chance to vote for their favorite floral design. In addition, Hitomi and her team will install a large public piece on the Gannenmono theme in the atrium of the Hawaii County Building from 10-11 a.m. Monday, with awards to follow and a Cut Flower and Nursery Tour from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct 26, 2018
Surprise Eviction Notices Have This Old Plantation Community Up In Arms
Dennis Nonaka, left, with his wife Aileen and nephew Joel stand with the guava tree his mother planted on property behind his house. The Hawaii Agribusiness Development Corp. has said Nonaka can be arrested for trespassing on the property, which is now owned by the state.Cory Lum/Civil Beat
The letter, which the corporation sent to several residents in the tight-knit Whitmore Village community, has sparked outrage as the corporation tries to move forward with an ambitious project to revitalize Central Oahu's agriculture industry.
In the middle of it all is one of Wahiawa's most prominent residents, state Sen. Donovan Dela Cruz. The grandson of a Dole truck driver, Dela Cruz has been an ardent champion of the ADC and its efforts to rebuild the area’s agriculture, which has declined with the demise of the plantations.
"The community is upset because we never knew about these transactions Donovan was doing with Dole," said Elaine Ringor, an old friend of Dela Cruz's parents who lives down the street from Nonaka.
Just how upset was apparent last Friday night when about 200 people flocked to a special community meeting to hear about the project and voice concerns. Almost as many attended a Monday meeting of the Wahiawa-Whitmore Village Neighborhood Board, where the ADC was scheduled to talk about the letters sent to Nonaka and others.
Dela Cruz, a 45-year-old former Honolulu City Council member who now chairs the Senate Ways and Means Committee, said the uproar is a natural byproduct of progress. He said the state has a goal of preserving agricultural land and developing the industry, and he is leading the effort.
Sen. Donovan Dela Cruz, pictured here in 2014, has secured millions of dollars for the state’s Agribusiness Development Corp. to buy agricultural land in central Oahu.PF Bentley/Civil Beat
Dela Cruz has made no secret of his strategy of b...