Next Plant Exchange, February 8, 2022

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

The next plant swap will take place on February 8, 2022 from 4pm-6pm at the Kaiser HS parking lot. We are located on the Mauka side, furthest from the parking lot entrance.

Here are some of the plants we expect to have on hand:

  • Oregano, Cuban variegated
  • Basil, Holy green
  • Lemongrass
  • Mint
  • Culantro
  • Chives, Garlic (purple bloom ornamental)
  • Rau Ram
  • Jalapeno
  • Gai Lan
  • Basil, Dwarf Greek
  • Chinese Cabbage, Michihili
  • Molokai Sweet Potato
  • Jamaican Lilikoi
  • Yomogi
  • Cholesterol Spinach
  • Eggplant, Rosa Bianca
  • Purple Heart Wandering Jew
  • Spider Plant
  • Swedish Ivy
  • Ti Leaf
  • Airplants
  • Papaya
  • Marungay
  • Pampas Plume Celosia
  • Malabar Spinach
  • Hope Philodendron

Here are the 32 varieties of seeds we will have on hand for you. List may be updated again, so please check back before the event.

  • Borage, aka: Starflower
  • Queen Sophia French Marigold
  • Stevia
  • Jalapeno
  • Blue Butterfly Pea
  • Purple Bok Choy (Rosie, Johnny’s Seeds)
  • Red Swiss Chard, Charbell
  • Chinese Okra (Sequa)
  • Dill
  • Hyotan (Opo) Squash
  • Long Bean
  • Hawaiian Chili Pepper
  • Upland Cress
  • Patty Pan Summer Squash “Bennings Green Tint”
  • Zinnia, giant 6″ variety, mixed colors
  • Desert Rose with pink/white flowers
  • Purple Bozu (Gomphrena)
  • Grey Striped Sunflower (large, for eating)
  • Magenta Crisp Lettuce
  • Mustard Cabbage
  • Lemon Basil
  • Culantro
  • Thai Basil
  • Fennel
  • Cilantro “Calypso” (slow bolt)
  • Ohia Lehua
  • Okra “Clemson Spineless”
  • Carrot “Scarlet Nantes”
  • Carrot “Chantenay Red Core” and “Parisian”
  • Celery “Cutting variety”
  • Pua Kala, Hawaiian Poppy

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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