Next Plant Exchange, November 9, 2021

Join us at our monthly plant exchange, second Tuesdays in Hawaii Kai

The next swap will take place on November 9, 2021 at the Kaiser HS parking lot. We are located on the Mauka side, furthest from the parking lot entrance. Many plants changed hands in October, this list will be updated periodically as new items are added.

UPDATED 11/4

  • Araca
  • Calliandra
  • Mock Orange
  • Green Onion
  • Swish Chard
  • Sweet Potato
  • Marungay
  • Ohai Alii
  • Mountain Apple
  • Hospital Ivy
  • Croton
  • Spider Plant, variegated
  • Papaya
  • Periwinkle
  • Oyster Plant
  • Spathoglottis, grape swirl
  • Lilikoi
  • Magenta Crisp Lettuce
  • Swiss Cheese Philodendron
  • Hope Philodendron
  • Song of India
  • Pandan
  • Kupukupu Fern
  • Sweet Basil
  • Thai Basil
  • Culantro
  • Airplant
  • Succulent
  • Purple Heart
  • Garlic Chives
  • Mother-in-law tongue (Snake plant)
  • Katuk (Sweetleaf)
  • Rau Ram (Vietnamese Coriander)
  • Lemongrass
  • Walking Iris, Yellow
  • Jade Plant
  • Spider Lily
  • Holy Basil, green (Rama)
  • Malabar Spinach, Red
  • Queen Sophia French Marigold
  • Citrus Basil
  • Eternal Basil
  • Mugwort (Yomogi)
  • Aloe Vera, Hawn
  • Celery, Utah Tall
  • Chives, Common (White Flower) 
  • Cress, Upland Cress
  • Oregano, Variegated Cuban
  • Pak Choi, Joi Choi
  • Pak Choi, Bo Pak
  • Pea, Dwarf Gray (Sugar/Snow)
  • Zinnia, Peppermint Stick

We will have 32 different varieties of seeds. These too were popular and many of the items on the past list will rotate to new items in November. An asterisk* indicates added this month.

  • Mexican Butterfly Milkweed
  • Queen Sophia French Marigold
  • Safari French Marigold
  • Chives (Market type, white flowers)
  • Loofah
  • Stevia
  • Onion “Tokyo Long White Bunching”
  • Onion “Crystal White Wax”
  • Papalo
  • Daikon (Minowase Summer Cross)*
  • Blue Butterfly Pea*
  • Purple Bok Choy (Rosie, Johnny’s Seeds)
  • Red Swiss Chard, Fordhook Giant
  • Chinese Okra (Sequa)*
  • Hyotan (Opo) Squash
  • Long Bean
  • Patty Pan Summer Squash “Bennings Green Tint”
  • Purple Bozu (Gomphrena)
  • Grey Striped Sunflower (large, for eating)
  • Magenta Crisp Lettuce
  • Shungiku
  • Lemon Basil
  • Mizuna
  • Culantro
  • Thai Basil
  • Fennel
  • Cilantro “Calypso” (slow bolt)*
  • Rosemary “Burpee”
  • Okra “Clemson Spineless”*
  • Carrot “Scarlet Nantes”*
  • Celery “Utah Tall”*
  • Beets*

If there are seeds or plants you are looking for, email me at auntie@eastoahu96825.com to inquire. If I don’t have them, there are other people that may be able to bring them.

Hawaii Kai Auntie

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