Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens
Spring 2018 Events
University of Hawaii at Manoa with Dr. Richard Criley,
The Manoa campus of the University of Hawaii was accredited as an arboretum by the international ArbNet
FHBG members $15, non-members $20.
Please call 537-1708 or email the Friends (email@example.com)
with your reservation and payment. Minimum 5 people, maximum 15.
Pre-registration is encouraged.
Jill will talk about the history of hibiscus in Hawaii. Itís our state flower and its image symbolizes our tropical environment.
She will also teach about hybridizing where two different varieties of hibiscus are combined to create brand new flowers.
She will save some time at the end to answer your questions on hibiscus care.
Heidi will explain how to successfully select, grow and maintain native Hawaiian plants.
Her informative book Growing Native Hawaiian Plants is available at our gift shop, and she will autograph it for you if you like.
Many of our plant sale vendors offer native plants.
A primer for those who desperately want to stop killing their house plants.
We will go over the basics of what it takes to be a successful Indoor Gardener.
Scot will discuss breaking down the keys in understanding the needs of all orchids and how to apply them.