Link to
 Membership Form

Foster Botanical Garden
Open Daily 9am to 4pm.
180 N. Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96817
(808) 522-7066

Lili`uokalani Botanical Garden
Open Daily 7am to 5pm.
North Kuakini Street

Wahi`awa Botanical Garden
Open Daily 9am to 4pm
1396 California Ave., Wahiawa, HI 96786
(808) 621-7321

Koko Crater Botanical Garden
Open Daily, Sunrise to Sunset, Inside Koko Crater - End of Kokonani St.

Ho`omaluhia Botanical Garden
Open Daily 9am to 4pm
45-680 Luluku Rd., Kaneohe, HI 96744
(808) 233-7323


The Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens is a volunteer support organization which serves the garden system in many ways through
its fund raising efforts. Membership with the Friends is open to everyone.

Membership Categories

  • Friend $25
  • Sustaining $100
  • Garden Fellow $250 - $999
  • Garden Ambassador $1,000 or more
  • Corporate Sponsor $500 or more

Membership Benefits:

  • Free Admission to Gardens
  • Early Admission to Plant Sales
  • Newsletters
  • Educational Class Discount
  • and the knowledge that you're supporting a world class botanical garden system

    Additional information is available by calling the Friendís office at 537-1708, or emailing us at: friendsgardens@aol.com

    Please Join! You can print out a membership form here. Please fill it in and mail it with your dues.

Why Support Honolulu Botanical Gardens?

Honolulu Botanical Gardens enriches and enhances our culture and provides numerous amenities that immeasurably improve the quality of our lives. These include conservation, education, research, horticulture, and recreation.

Honolulu Botanical Gardens, often in concert with the Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens, conserves plants from Hawaii and around the world, educates people about plants and the impact and roles they have in our lives, is a living laboratory for botanical research, horticulturally serves as a source of plants to enhance our gardens and landscapes, and provides a green and serene retreat to recreate, renew, and refresh our mental and emotional faculties.

The Honolulu Botanical Gardens system is unusual among botanical gardens because it encompasses four ecological sites, spanning a range of climate zones from desert to rain forest, that enable the competent staff to cultivate a vast array of well documented and curated tropical and subtropic plants that is perhaps unmatched in the world. It's an unsung treasure. Please help support it.

Donald R. Hodel, Environmental Horticulturist, University of California

The Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens is a 501 c(3) nonprofit corporation. Membership fees and donations are tax deductible.

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