A beautiful pattern is created by the petals on this cactus flower in Kona’s Old Airport Park garden.
The garden is a conglomeration of plants from around the world. Individuals malama (care for) sections of the garden, planting what they’d like. This has built a diverse space filled with a wide variety of colors, scents, and sounds.
The sunny growing environment and water provided mean people can grow just about any tropical or warm-weather plant imaginable.
Originally from southern Africa and Arabia the Sabi Star, also known as the mock azalea or desert rose, this beautifully bright flower grows throughout Hawaii. read more
A variegated pink hibiscus with unique petals and signature long stamen flowers in the hills near Hilo, Hawaii. read more
A frilled and fully bloomed set of African Tulip blossoms reach for the sun in Hawaii. read more
The Taro Fields of Hanalei Valley on Kauai. read more
A brilliant blue and white Walking Iris in full bloom shines radiantly against the green backdrop of the Big Island’s “Cloud Forest.” read more
To grow a pineapple, one has to have a pineapple top. read more
Lush Kauai shows off why it is the “Garden Isle” in this shot from Kauai Carver overlooking the Wailua River in Wailua, Kauai. read more
Mist flowing down the hills and into the valley bring an ethereal feel to this upcountry Maui valley, covering the Ohia and ferns with a dream-like quality. read more
A red and blue passion flower in full bloom in Hawaii proudly presents itself on the vine calling out to would be pollinators to come by for a taste. read more
A Silversword in full bloom catches the last rays of a heavenly Haleakala sunset. The sun radiates the fine bristling hair edges of the delicate plant, making them glow pink in contrast to its otherwise green and silver dress. read more
In Maui’s Garden of Eden sits the “Cup of Gold,” a duck pond surrounded by ti plants and various Heliconia. read more