Let’s learn how to propagate and grow native plants.
Join instructors Heidi Bornhorst, a native Hawaiian plant and professional landscaping expert along with Colleen Kudo, a botanical alchemist and founder of Ocean Girl Project.
When: Saturday March 11th 2017
Times: 9:30am-11:30am (light refreshments provided)
Location: Kaimuki, address upon registration
Sign-up: Please use registration form at bottom of this page.
BONUS: Beautiful hibiscus cuttings and sample botanical products to all participants.
Ma’o hau hele, our state flower, Golden yellow native Hibiscus
Coral hibiscus (source of cuttings: famous Movie star)
Old fashioned ‘dinner plate’ hybrid Pink Hibiscus
‘Makiki Velvet red’ old fashioned Made in Hawaiian hybrid
What this workshop covers:
- An overview of basic horticulture knowledge for Hawaii
- Hands-on learning on how to propagate and grow Hibiscus from cuttings
- Opportunity to create your own pots of cuttings to grow or give as gifts
- Bonus demo on creating nourishing tea and facial masks from local plants
Three (3) 6” pots, Potting mix, Coarse cinder, Red or black, and a Small bucket or water can would be helpful.
If needed, we can provide material listed above, the supply fee is $20, please pay in advance with your class registration. Mahalo!
>>> Other recommended items include clippers, gloves, and calendar, or garden journal, or notebook; we plan to cover a lot of fabulous information.
Growing Native Hawaiian Plants, by Heidi Bornhorst. This is a an invaluable book that Heidi has generously made available for $10 to class participants. (Retails $17.95)
Questions, Comments, please let us know below!