We carry a diverse of array of Native Hawaiian plants.
Here’s what we currently have available (or we are growing and will have available soon):
A’ali’i (Dodonaea viscosa)
To 6-12 ft; Indigenous; Full Sun – Light to Moderate Water – Large Shrub; Red seed capsules are decorative and can be used to make lei
Native Hawaiian sedge
Akia (Wikstroemia uva-ursi)
To 3-4 ft. tall; Endemic; Full Sun – Minimal Watering; Slow growing; Tiny yellow flowers develop which eventually turn into small orange or red fruits
Awapuhi (Zingerber zerumbet)
Ilie’e (Plumbago zeylanica)
White plumbago – Indigenous; To 2 ft, spread to 15 ft+; Full to partial sun; Drought/wind tolerant; Strong ground cover; White flowers (year round); Tolerates heavy pruning, can be shaped as hedge or left as free form low shrub; Plant 1-3 ft apart
Ilima papa (Sida fallax)
To .5-1 ft; Prostrate form; Small yellow flowers
Uki uki (Dianella sandwicensis) – Indigenous; To 3 feet; Full sun or partial shade; Moderate water; Grass like with long green leaves and attractive purple fruit.
Koki’o ‘ula (Hibiscus kokio ssp. saintjohnianus)
Koki’o ‘ula’ula (Hibiscus kokio ssp. kokio)
Endemic; Bright red flowers and glossy dark green leaves; To 4-10 ft; Full sun to partial shade; Can be used for hedges, prunning will keep plant dense.
Koki’o (Hibiscus clayi) (Clay’s Hibiscus)
Koki’o Ke’oke’o (Hibiscus waimeae ssp. Waimeae)
Endemic to Kauai (mesic forests); Large white fragrent flower; Tree to 10-30 ft
Koki’o ke’oke’o (Hibiscus arnottianus subsp. immaculatus)
Koki’o Ke’oke’o (Hibiscus waimeae ssp. hannarae)
Kou (Cordia subcordata)
Kupukupu Fern (Nephrolepis cordifolia)
Indigenous; To 1-3 ft, 1-4 ft spread; Full sun to shade; When planting, ferns should be space at about 18 inches apart and staggered.
Ma’o hau hele (Hibiscus brackenridgei)
Maile (Alyxia stellata)
Naupaka, Beach (Scaevola taccada)
Indigenous; To 9 ft; Heat, wind, and salt-spray tolerant.
Naupaka, Dwarf (Scaevola coriacea)
Endemic to Hawaiian Islands; To 2 ft; Spread of 4 feet or more; Heat, wind, and salt-spray tolerant
Pohinahina (Vitex rotundifolia)
Indigenous; To 6 ft tall, 6-8 ft wide; Full sun, low water; Salt/wind/drought tolerant; Bluish green leaves, purple flowers (year round); Leaves are aromatic with a sage-like spicy odor when crushed; ; Plants should be spaced between 2 to 4 ft. apart; Prunes well to form hedge
Alahe’e (Psydrax odoratum), aka “Hawaiian Mock Orange”
‘Ulei (Osteomeles anthyllidifolia), aka “Hawaiian Hawthorn”
Indigenous; Prostrate ground cover to 2-3 feet; Full sun and low water requirements; Hardy xeric plant requiring little or no maintenance once established; Has white flowers that are slightly fragrant