Green Onion Also known as scallion or negi, green onion is a culinary herb used extensively in Asian food.  The plant needs a replenishment of fertilizer regularly for best results (but really, what plant doesn’t?).  Harvesting can be done through the “cut and come again” method of  simply chopping it […]

Mugwort Mugwort is said to be drought-tolerant and grows to approximately 2.60 feet. Flowers are deep yellow in color and occur in late summer.  Blooms are a great attractor for butterflies and bees.  In a container however, mugwort requires a lot of water and spreads rapidly through roots.  The plant […]

Creeping Thyme Creeping thyme  is an easily grown, spreading thyme variety. It is excellent planted as a lawn substitute or among stepping stones or pavers to create a living patio. Creeping thyme is both edible and aromatic.  The plant grows in full or partial sun and prefers soil that is […]

Kupukupu Fern Indigenous Hawaii plant popular for haku leis.  Kupukupu is hardy and can tolerate most soil conditions, but it grows best in a moist, well drained soil or medium. The fern grows well in full sun and partial shade.  Indoors, it can be kept on partially lit windowsills with […]

Writes Ian Lind, “A company is proposing to build artificial reefs in two locations on Oahu using human remains encased in balls of concrete.” As it so happens, one of those locations is Maunalua Bay.  Hawaii Memorial Reefs is scheduled to present its proposal at tonight’s Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board […]

  We tried it two months ago and liked it enough to buy it again.  Granted, our family found it strange that we were using Downy’s In-Wash Scent Booster to boost our specifically-designated “no perfumes” laundry detergent.  Truth is, aside from the fact that sometimes the kids clothes require a […]

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