Places to See Native Plants

The following places propagate native Hawaiian plants from seeds and cuttings. Their purpose is to protect and preserve these native plants and they can provide valuable information and referral to other sources. Please contact them before going to view the sites. For a list of Hawaiian Native Plants, view the University of Hawaii Botany Department.

Hoolawa Farms PO Box 731
Haiku, HI 96708
(808) 575-5099
The Hawaiian Collection 1127 Manu St.
Kula, HI 96790
(808) 878-1701
Kula Botanical Gardens RR 4, Box 228
Kula, HI 96790
(808) 878-1715
Maui Nui Botanical Gardens 150 Kanaloa Ave.
Across from stadium former Maui Zoo & Botanical Gardens
(808) 249-2798
Kula Forest Reserve Access road at the end of Waipouli Rd. (808) 984-8100
Wailea Point Private condominium residence
4000 Wailea Alanui
Public access points at Four Seasons Resort or Polo Beach
(808) 875-9557
Kahanu Gardens National Tropical Botanical Garden
Alau Place, Hana 96713
(808) 248-8912
Kahului Library Courtyard 20 School St.
Kahului, HI
(808) 873-3097