Posts tagged with "Maile Melrose"

“Making” More Māmaki for Butterflies
The Garden · April 03, 2021
Māmaki is native and endemic to Hawaii and is one of the best ways to attract butterflies to the Garden. Find out more about Māmaki and also how you can help protect it from the invasive Ramie moths!

Welcoming Monarch Butterflies to the Garden at Pulelehua
The Garden · January 11, 2021
With the introduction of crown flowers to the garden we are aiming to attract monarchs to the garden and hopefully grow our butterfly garden. Planting a collection of the right host plants will be the key to a successful butterfly nook!

The Garden · November 24, 2020
In September we celebrated Amy Greenwell's 100th birthday by planting a puakenikeni tree in memory of her great friend Dr. Kenneth Emory.

The Garden · November 24, 2020
Find out more about the Friends' plan to create a Butterfly Garden around Amy's house and to help the Kamehameha Butterly, one of Hawai'i's endemic species, to thrive again.

Fundraising · November 24, 2020
We are very grateful for the generous support and tremendous volunteer work throughout 2020. Find out more about our volunteer and fundraising efforts.

What Are You Going to Be When You Grow Up, Little Caterpillar?
Keiki Corner · November 23, 2020
In Amy Greenwell's backyard we now have a growing community of Monarch butterfly caterpillars!

Partnerships · July 10, 2020
The Friends’ new ‘ulu (breadfruit) project responds to the challenge of the pandemic and relies on Hawaiian tradition to promote food security, families across our island, beauty, and a greener Hawai’i.

The Garden · July 10, 2020
Our towering breadfruit trees had become a dangerous liability problem that had to be addressed in early 2020.

The Garden · July 10, 2020
Our amazing state flower, the Ma’’o hau hele, in bloom!

The Garden · July 10, 2020
Time to try out our new Garden purchase – a Honda mower!

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