Kahanu Garden, located on the eastern shore of the island Maui, in Hana, Hawaii, covers 464 acres and features plant collections from the Pacific Islands. In one of the sections called the Canoe Garden, visitors can learn about the cultural relationships between the people and the plants which were brought around the Pacific on ancient canoes. Kahanu Garden boasts the world's largest bread fruit collection. It also has bamboo, banana, coconut, sugarcane, and vanilla.
The garden is open Monday though Saturday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Admission is $10.00 per adult. Children 12 and under are admitted free of charge.
Hawaii is on my bucket list and I love visiting gardens.ReplyDelete
This would be purrfect:)
I'm sure you'd love it!Delete
Hi Sherry - I too have never visited Hawaii - must be a stunning place, and I imagine Kahanu has many beautiful plants. Cheers HilaryReplyDelete
Now that would be a nice one to visit.ReplyDelete
I'm thinking Hawaii would be a great place to visit right about now.Delete
I think we all yearn for Hawaii right now. You teased us. No fair. Looks quite lovelyReplyDelete
I know! LOL!Delete