“McBryde Garden visitors can explore 50 acres of diverse plant collections including Hawaiian native and ethnobotanical species, palms, Rubiaceae (coffee family,) zingiberales (heliconia family,) and erythrina (coral trees.) Appreciate the importance of sustainable farming in our Regenerative Organic Breadfruit Orchard, and take a journey back in time in the Hawaiian Life Canoe Plant Garden and along the Tree of Life Trail.” – NTBG
At Limahuli Garden & Preserve, there is a heavy focus on conserving endangered flora. In 2021, over 350 Endangered and Critically Endangered endemic plants were grown for out planting in the Limahuli Preserve.
Among the Timbers Kauaʻi staff touring the NTBG’s work was The Farm at Hōkūala’s Manager, Matias Rodriguez, who is looking forward to continuing the work of conservation, preservation, and education on our farm tours.
“A veritable botanical ark of tropical flora and home to the largest ex-situ collection of native Hawaiian flora in existence.” – NTBG on McBryde and Allerton Gardens