• Hawaii Kai Plant exchange May 8, 2018 4-6 at Kaiser HS parking lot

    The rain affected the number of plants for May, but we do have a few indoor plants as well as beautiful popcorn orchid just beginning to bloom.  We've also added a few selections to the succulent collection, so please come and browse.  Bring a plant and take a plant.  It's a great way to expand your garden collection while helping others do the same.

    (If you don't have plants to trade, don't worry.  Come browse and you can always leave a donation.  We give the money to Kaiser Hish School's PTSA.)

    100 solid purple w

    popcorn orchid w 

     

    Expected:

    airplants
    succulents
    staghorn fern
    kupukupu fern
    african violets
    popcorn orchid
    bromeliad
    purple leaf sweet potato
    oregano
    soursop
    spider plant
    oyster plant
    kupukupu fern
    kalanchoe (red)

  • Cosmos

    Daisy-like flowers of the cosmos plant appear atop tall stems with lacy foliage.  Flowers are popular for indoor use and come in a variety of colors from yellow to purple.  Cutting flowers results in additional blooms.  Plant in well-drained soil and full sun.

  • False Heather

    A shrubby dependable evergreen perennial that grows to 2' tall and 4' wide, the False Heather bears small, closely set leaves and tiny rose red flowers. It heaviest bloom period occurs in summer, with some flowers present almost all year. The plant requires part shade to shaded conditions, with average watering. This variety does excellent in containers.

  • Celosia (Cockscomb)

    Largely an ornamental plant in America, celosia is an annual. Seed production in these species can be very high. One ounce of seed may contain up to 43,000 seeds. Depending upon the location and fertility of the soil, blossoms can last 8–10 weeks.  Plants like full sun and well-drained soil.