BURYING your nose in a bunch of lavender or running your hands along a hedge in full flower is one of life’s pleasures. Whether it’s an old-fashioned rose, a small bunch of freshly picked violets or a pungent herb, the heady smell is a reminder of the joy that nature – and gardening –...Continue reading
Tropical Gardening — Vitamins aboundSunday, January 15 2:10 am Lucky we live Hawaii, but we can learn a lot from gardeners on other tropical islands. Right now, we are in the Dominican Republic working with farmers on a project sponsored by the Florida Association for Volunteer Action in the Caribbean and the Americas, or...Continue reading
Saturday, December 4, 9am-2pm www.malp.org Location: University of Hawaii, Maui Campus, Ag Dept. Free Parking in the Main campus lot (opposite the MAC) Ka‘aike Building Side -Follow signs to the Lawn and Garden Fair Give a plant this Holiday Season...
Statutes on overhanging trees are unclear, but experts say the fruit belongs to the tree’s owner, not his neighbors By June Watanabe QUESTION: A neighbor’s fruit tree canopy extends significantly into our yard and creates an abundance of work and green waste for us to handle. Often more of the canopy is overhanging our...Continue reading