Living Jewels – The Rare Plants of Hawaiʻi

Living Jewels – The Rare Plants of Hawaiʻi

Produced by Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina

Rare and endangered plants and their habitats are presented and discussed by horticulturist Heidi Bornhorst and botanist Charles Lamoureux.

Plants include: ma’o, ‘ihi, ma’ohi’ohi, mamane, pua kala, kulu’i, ‘uhi’uhi, ‘a’ali’i, alula, ‘ilima, akia, ‘ohai, ma’o hauhele, loulu, ‘ihi’ihi lauakea, hapu’u, palapalai, lehua mamo, koa, ‘ohi’a, ‘ie’ie, ‘iwa, ‘alae, ko’oko’olau, pa’inui, naupaka o Pele, ‘iwa’iwa o Kane, pa’u o Hi’iaka.

Produced and directed by Puhipau and Joan Lander of Nā Maka o ka ʻĀina

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