Hawaii Gardens

Captain Cook: Amy BH Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden

Captain Cook, Hawaii Amy BH Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden This 12 acre site includes 250 types of plants used by Hawaiians, including native and Polynesian introduced plants, major collections of Hawaiian crop plants including banana, sugarcane, and taro.There are many rare native plants including 10 federally listed endangered species. [ info ]

Kalaheo: National Tropical Botanical Gardens

Kalaheo, Hawaii National Tropical Botanical Gardens NTBG includes four gardens and three preserves in Hawaii and one in south Florida. The sites total over 1,600 acres. [ info ]

Kawaihae: Pua Mau Place

Kawaihae, Hawaii Pua Mau Place Situated on the west side of the Kohala Mountains with a panoramic ocean view, the 15-acre garden features a maze planted with 250 species of hibiscus. When you successful navigate the maze, you’ll arrive at the Magic Circle, where stones are lined up with the setting sun a la Stonehenge. […]

Kilauea: Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens

Kilauea, Hawaii Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens Spanning 240 acres are12 diverse gardens, a hardwood plantation, orchards, a moss- and fern-draped canyon, and a beach stretching between a meadow and the Pacific. [ info ]

Papaikou: Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden

Papaikou, Hawaii Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden The Garden displays a vast variety of palms, heliconias, gingers, bromeliads, and hundreds of other rare and exotic plants from all parts of the tropical world – presently more than 2,000 species, and the collection is always growing! This non-profit nature preserve is dedicated to providing a plant sanctuary, […]

Umauma: World Botanical Gardens

Umauma, Hawaii World Botanical Gardens Exhibits the largest variety of plants in the state of Hawaii, with more than 5000 species. [ info ]