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 



staghorn fern
kupukupu fern
african violets
popcorn orchid
purple leaf sweet potato
spider plant
oyster plant
kupukupu fern
kalanchoe (red)


Here is a partial list of items we expect to have on February 13. 

(Please note, this event is taking place on the second Tuesday of February due to a scheduling change by the event organizer, me)

Edible plants or fruits:  Basil (purple opal), Hong Kong Pink Guava (airlay), Star Apple, Soursop, Chive, Oregano, Yomogi (mugwort), papaya, chaya, sweet potato, rosemary, purslane

Landscaping/Ornamental: kupukupu fern, purple bog lily, spider lily, bromeliad, elephant tusk, succulents, aloe, airplants, alocasia, oyster plant, swiss cheese philodendron


Notice: February's event will be held on the second Tuesday of the month, 2/13.

We will be holding our plant exchange on the SECOND TUESDAY, February 13, 2018. 



Notice: The Kaiser Farmer's Market will be closed on December 26, 2017 and January 2, 2018 due to the holidays

Rather than skip January, we will be holding our plant exchange on the SECOND TUESDAY, January 9.  After January, we will return to our regular schedule of first Tuesdays.  The February event will be held on February 6.

Mele Kalikimaka and Hau'oli Makahiki Hou to our neighbors.  Thank you for a wonderful 2017 and wishing you continued health and happiness in 2018.

Plant Exchange takes place on the first Tuesday of the month. On November 7, we expect to have more than two dozen different varieties of plants available, including vegetables and herbs.  Bring a plant, take a plant.  A list of expected plants will be posted here shortly.  However, you never know what will show up; last month we received an amazing donation of zhuzhu plants and blossoming dancing ladies! (Sorry, none left for November, but you never know what new items might show up.)

If you don't have a plant to give, leave a donation: money is donated to the Friends of Kaiser High School to pay for fees and materials for teacher and student activities.