Saturday's holiday plant sale helped debut products grown in Kamilonui Valley. Aloha ‘Āina ‘O Kamilo Nui winter harvest honey and Mamaki tea in holiday gift packaging was debuted with honey selling out. Neem products and neem plants were on display with renown Neem expert Salem on hand to answer questions and provide great tips on how to use Neem. Glen Nii's stag horn wall hangings, Judy and Richard Nii's poinsettia, and CJ's mini succulent plant table top designs added to the great selection of items to purchase that showcases the abundance of Kamilonui Valley. Shoppers came from all points of Oahu. Mahalo to the volunteers who coordinated the annual holiday plant sale.
5-30-15 NATIVE HAWAIIAN PLANT PROPAGATION WORKSHOP
Dr. Gregory Koob, renown instructor with over three decades of experience of seed collection and plant propagation, conducted a Native Hawaiian plant propagation workshop at Aloha ‘Āina ‘O Kamilo Nui Nursery on May 30, 2015. This hands on class was very popular and well attended, and helped us jump-start our goal to grow the native dryland forest plants once common to the Maunalua region.
July 2013 - Nature artist extraordinaire Patrick Ching's famous art horse sports patriotic theme while resting in Kamilonui Valley at Aloha Aina O Kamilo Nui nursery.