Hibiscus 1 2 3, Let’s Grow Together!

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.

Makiki-red-hibiscus

Hibiscus Highlights:

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

Materials Needed:
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!

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One Comment

  1. Maureen Purington says:

    Hi Colleen,

    We have an Ocean Sports & Fitness Day scheduled for April 8th and I am wondering if you have any female volunteers who might like to participate and assist with helping girls surf? The event is sponsored by Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation and we will have about 125 Boys & Girls Club kids ages 10 -14 participating. Lunch is provided by Duke’s Waikiki.

    Thanks for considering and I look forward to hearing from you!

    Aloha,

    Maureen Purington
    Director
    BGCH-Windward
    145 S. Kainalu Dr.
    Kailua, HI 96734
    (808) 263-0555

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