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11 Spooky Plants for your Fall Garden

We’ve picked out 11 Spooky plants for you to get into the Fall Spirit this year. Forget spending money on all the plastic decorations and grow your own! Nature is full of plants with creepy colors, twisting vines, and spiky stems. There’s carnivorous plants which devour whole insects or are viciously aggressive towards other plants! […]

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Bee Responsible; Protect Our Pollinators

Pollinators need our protection. Did you know that pollinators such as Bees and Butterflies are needed for 90% of the reproduction of flowering plants on earth and 1/3 of human food crops? 1/3!!! All of our favorite fruits and vegetables would not be possible without our precious pollinators… just think if there were no Mangoes, […]

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The Secret to Growing Stunning Succulents

You love succulents. You want to grow them. Maybe you already do. You’re ready to have stunning succulents and show them to all of your friends. Well, we have the secret to growing stunning succulents! Actually, Margie does. We sat down with Margie Funk who dotes on the succulents at Seascapes Nursery and she spilled […]

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Plant a Back to School Garden with your Children!

It’s that time again! Children are heading back to school and our lives are getting back into a routine. A healthy project you may want to incorporate into your daily life is caring for a garden. Do you have one or would you like to start one? Gardening offers children opportunities to get outdoors and […]

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Sleeping Plants

By Holly In Hawaii, we don’t commonly see plants going dormant like maples, oaks, or birch trees do in the mainland. Quite on the contrary, things tend to grow out of control if we’re not rigorous about maintenance. However, there are some winter dormant plants that can bring you into a whole new world with […]

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Steps YOU Can Take to Prevent Rapid Ohia Death

By Eden A disease known as Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death (ROD) is killing ‘ōhi’a, one of Hawaii’s most important and abundant endemic trees. First detected on Hawai‘i Island more than four years ago, the disease has impacted more than 175,000 acres of ‘ōhi‘a forest on the largest of Hawai‘i’s islands. More than a million trees are […]

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