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Hawaiian Plumeria Cuttings
1 cutting  $5.99
4 cuttings  $22.99
12 cuttings  $54.99
24 cuttings  $99.99
48 cuttings  $189.99
96 cuttings  $369.99
Hawaiian Pink Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian Pink Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting
Pua Melia is what I'm called in Hawaiian, but Plumeria is my botanical name. My popularity among the islanders speaks for itself. It's you though, the visitor, who have made me a very popular lei flower.....
Hawaiian Red Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian Red Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting
.......This is because of my delicate fragrance and the fact that I'm long lasting as a lei. Balmy nights, moonlit beaches and Plumeria flowers; this is Hawaii!
Hawaiian White Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian White Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting
Please plant cut side down about 4" in a porous sandy potting soil. Place in direct sun. Water until soaked then dry out before watering again. Feed with a general fertilizer or a timed-release fertilizer. Ideal temperature range is 60F to 90F.
Hawaiian Yellow Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian Yellow Plumeria Plant 10" Cutting
Indoors: Put your Plumeria in a sunny south facing window. You can also supplement with a grow bulb for extra light and warmth. Don't over water in the winter. In the spring when it warms up, repot it up one size and gradually move outside for summer.
Hawaiian Plumeria Plant 10" Cuttings ~ 4 Mixed Colors Hawaiian Plumeria Plant 10" Cuttings ~ 4 Mixed Colors Get all 4 colors, pink red white and yellow.
Hawaiian Ginger Roots
1 pk  $3.99
5 pk  $17.99
10 pk  $29.99
50 pk  $129.99
100 pk  $249.99
Hawaiian Blue Ginger Root ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian Blue Ginger Root
I'm actually a Brazilian, but as you can see, I've adopted very well to Hawaii. I'm a perennial herb, creeping first, then becoming erect up to 3 feet high. My leaves are spirally arranged and are green and shiny. My flowers are deep blue, almost purple with yellow anthers.
Hawaiian Kahili Ginger Root ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian Kahili Ginger Root
The Hawaiian Chieftains had an emblem of royalty that were called kahilis, and wherever the chief went, this symbol would announce his presence and his rank. My cylindrically shaped cone with yellow flowers and bright red filaments resembles the chieftains kahilis...
Hawaiian Pink Ginger Root ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian Pink Ginger Root
I’m known in Hawaiian as ‘Awapuhi – Ula’Ula. Just as my cousin the red ginger, the flower industry seeks me out for cut flower arrangements. I am a cylinder shaped flower pastel pink in color. If growing conditions are right, I will reach a height of 15 feet, and I will flower all year round.
Hawaiian Red Ginger Root ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian Red Ginger Root
I'm known in Hawaiian as 'Awapuhi - Ula'Ula. The flower industry seeks me out for cut flower arrangements. They have come to realize my beauty as I'm an upright head of rich, crimson, and my leaves are a deep green. I, as well as my leaves, add striking color to a bouquet.
Hawaiian White Ginger Root ~ Suncatchers of Hilo Hawaiian White Ginger Root
Awapuhi Ke'okoe'o is my Hawaiian name. I'm pure white, and some say I resemble white orchids from afar. I was brought to Hawaii in the 19th century and became a favorite evening lei flower. I would sweetly scent the bodies of the wearers, so I eventually became a symbol of love.

Hawaiian Ginger Root ~ 5 Mixed Colors Hawaiian Ginger Root ~ 5 Mixed Colors
Get all 5 Colors, Blue, Kahili, Pink, Red and White
Hawaiian "Good Luck" Ti Logs (2 cuttings per pk)
1 pk  $3.99
5 pk  $17.99
10 pk  $29.99
50 pk  $129.99
100 pk  $249.99
Hawaiian Green Ti Plant (2 logs)
I served a very useful purpose in the lives of the Hawaiians. They used my leaves to make whistles, house thatch, raincoats, sandals, plates and wrappers for food. They even distilled my root to produce a high-grade brandy called Okoehao......
Hawaiian Red Ti Plant (2 logs)
.....Today, I'm used to make Hula skirts, in flower arrangements, and my green leaves are still used to impart special flavor to foods when wrapped and steamed. Amazing you say! Yes, I'm amazingly useful.
Hawaiian Red/Green Ti Plant Combo (1 Red, 1 Green) Trim wax from ends. Place cutting horizontally in a dish of water covering cutting halfway. Change water once a week until roots sprout. When roots are 2 inches long, transplant in pot with good drainage in sandy soil or other commercial media. Keep soil moist at all times.
Hawaiian Hibiscus Cuttings
1 cutting  $3.99
4 cuttings  $14.99
12 cuttings  $39.99
24 cuttings  $64.99
48 cuttings  $119.99
96 cuttings  $229.99
Hawaiian Pink Hibiscus Cutting
I come from a large family of about 1000 species of plants from herb to trees. I am related to cotton, okra, flowering maple, hollyhock, milo, ilima and hau; but it is I, the flowering hibiscus, that comes to mind when people think of the word hibiscus...
Hawaiian Orange Hibiscus Cutting
...Hawaii's Governor Archibald Cleghorn, was the first to produce new varieties of me in Hawaii in 1872. He sure got the ball rolling, for soon after I became very popular here. In fact, I'm Hawaii's state flower (yellow)...
Hawaiian Red Hibiscus Cutting
...I'm inexpensive to grow, relatively free of pests, beautiful to look at as an ornamental bush or hedge, and my flower is positively beautiful...
 
Hawaiian Yellow Hibiscus Cutting
...Plant cutting in vermiculite and perlite. Keep constantly moist and in about 2 or 3 months, I will have enough roots and should be transplanted in a potting soil mix with good drainage. Moderate temperatures of 60F-85F will be appreciated, and needs full sun to bloom.
Hawaiian Hibiscus Plant Cutting~ 4 Mixed Colors Hawaiian Hibiscus Plant Cutting~ 4 Mixed Colors Get all 4 Colors, Pink, Orange, Red and Yellow.
Hawaiian Tropical Seeds
1 pk  $3.49 10 pk  $27.99 50 pk  $119.99
Hawaiian Bird of Paradise Seeds (pk. of 5 seeds) The orange and blue crest emerging from the canoe-shaped bract accounts for my attractiveness as well as my name, for I truly look like an exotic bird of paradise. I've been propelled into the commercial flower industry because of my ability to last as long as two weeks when cut, and also, because I add color and beauty to an arrangement.
Hawaiian Kona Coffee Seeds (pk. of 8 seeds)
Coffee Arabica (Kona) as we call it is an evergreen tree with dark green waxy, pointed, opposite leaves with bright red berries. Each package contains 8 Kona coffee seeds that are grown and shipped fresh from the Big Island of Hawaii.
Hawaiian Guava Seeds (pk. of 2-3 dozen seeds)
My Hawaiian name is Kuana. I started out as a wild fruit. I'm very popular in the islands. I'm eaten fresh of the tree; prepared as a fruit juice; made into jams, jellies and sherbet; used in cakes, pies and frostings.
Hawaiian Macadamia Seeds (pk. of 4 seeds)
You no doubt have enjoyed me dipped in chocolate or roasted and salted, but I can also be eaten raw. I'm a good source of vitamin B1, calcium, phosphorous and iron. My tree has shiny green holly-like foliage and makes an attractive shade tree.
Hawaiian Papaya Seeds (pk. of 2-3 dozen seeds) Islanders and visitors enjoy me as a breakfast fruit because I'm delicious, a good source of calcium, sugar, and vitamins A, C, and G.  If my sap is rubbed on fresh meat and the meat is wrapped in my leaves and left overnight, presto - tenderized meat!
Hawaiian Passion Fruit Lilikoi (pk. of 2-3 dozen seeds) I’m more widely known by the name Passion fruit, but the islanders call me Lilikoi. I’m rich in vitamins, delicious in flavor, and beautiful as an ornamental vine. Not only do the islanders use me as a fruit juice, but they also use me to make refreshing ices, in their cakes and frostings, or made into jams and jellies – yummy!
Hawaiian Plumeria Seeds (pk. of 4 mixed color seeds) Please plant my seeds ¼" deep in soil mixed with sand or a porous potting mix. Keep moist. My seeds are fast sprouters. They usually take 2 or 3 weeks. The ideal temperature is 60F to 90F. My plant enjoys the sun so after taking root, gradually move into full sun. Back in Stock Soon
Hawaiian Stephanotis Seeds (pk. of 5 seeds)
White waxy trumpets about 2 inches long with a delicately pleasant fragrance my distinction. I am used as a wedding bouquet flowers and that’s why my Hawaiian name is Pua Male – marry flower. Stephanotis is a vine.
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Hawaiian Woodrose Seeds (pk. of 5 seeds)
The Hawaiian know me as Pilikai but you, the visitor, know me as the Wood rose. I'm sought after for dried flower arrangements, but did you know that I'm actually a seed pod and not really a flower?  It takes three months from blossom to rose. My vine is a vigorous grower and is a good plant to cover walls, trellises or fences.
Hawaiian Tropical Plants - 2 inch pot
1 plant  $9.99 3 plants  $27.99 10 plants  $89.99
Hawaiian Anthurium Plant - 2" pot I'm heart shaped and have a waxy quality, which causes some people to think I'm artificial. There are hundreds of species of me, all perennials. I range in color for pure white, all shades of pink, orange, all shades of red and even green. I vary in sizes from miniature to huge flowers like the Obake. I last as long as 4 weeks when cut.
Hawaiian Bird of Paradise Plant - 2" pot The orange and blue crest emerging from the canoe-shaped bract accounts for my attractiveness as well as my name, for I truly look like an exotic bird of paradise. I've been propelled into the commercial flower industry because of my ability to last as long as two weeks when cut, and also, because I add color and beauty to an arrangement.
Hawaiian Kona Coffee Plant - 2" pot Full flavored and aromatic, this is how coffee lovers describe me. I'm commercially grown and processed in Kona on the slopes of Mauna Loa of the Big Island. If your in Kona, come up to the 1,000 to 2,000 foot level, and you will see that I dominate the landscape. I'm related to the Gardenia so my flowers are very fragrant. It's my bean, however, that's highly prized!
Hawaiian Kahili Ginger Plant - 2" pot The Hawaiian Chieftains had an emblem of royalty that were called kahilis, and wherever the chief went, this symbol would announce his presence and his rank. My cylindrically shaped cone with yellow flowers and bright red filaments resembles the chieftains kahilis.
Hawaiian Macadamia Plant - 2" pot You no doubt have enjoyed me dipped in chocolate or roasted and salted, but I can also be eaten raw. I'm a good source of vitamin B1, calcium, phosphorous and iron. My tree has shiny green holly-like foliage and makes an attractive shade tree.
Hawaiian Pink Ginger Plant - 2" pot I’m known in Hawaiian as ‘Awapuhi – Ula’Ula. Just as my cousin the red ginger, the flower industry seeks me out for cut flower arrangements. I am a cylinder shaped flower pastel pink in color. If growing conditions are right, I will reach a height of 15 feet, and I will flower all year round.
Hawaiian Red Ginger Plant - 2" potted plant I'm known in Hawaiian as 'Awapuhi - Ula'Ula. The flower industry seeks me out for cut flower arrangements. They have come to realize my beauty as I'm an upright head of rich, crimson, and my leaves are a deep green. I, as well as my leaves, add striking color to a bouquet.
Hawaiian Stephanotis Plant - 2" pot White waxy trumpets about 2 inches long with a delicately pleasant fragrance my distinction. I am used as a wedding bouquet flowers and that’s why my Hawaiian name is Pua Male – marry flower. Stephanotis is a vine.
Hawaiian Variegated Ti Plant - 2" pot I served a very useful purpose in the lives of the Hawaiians. They used my leaves to make whistles, house thatch, raincoats, sandals, plates and wrappers for food. They even distilled my root to produce a high-grade brandy called Okoehao. Today, I'm used to make Hula skirts, in flower arrangements. Back in Stock Soon
Hawaiian Tuberose Plant - 2" pot Although not a member of the rose family, I have become known as the the "rose" of Hawaii. My very fragrant flowers are quite popular in floral arrangements, perfumes and flower leis.
Hawaiian Orchid Plants - Bamboo Orchid (2 bulbs per pack)
1 pk  $3.99
5 pk  $17.99
10 pk  $29.99
50 pk  $129.99
100 pk  $249.99
Bamboo Orchid (2 rooted bulbs)
At one time I was quite abundant in Hawaii, but now I'm seen less and less. My foliage is slender, erect reedlike, and I grow and grow just like bamboo, up to 5 feet tall. I suppose that's why I'm called Bamboo Orchid. I look like a miniature Cattleya Orchid. I'm lavender with a yellow-throated, purple-violet spurless lip.
Hawaiian Orchid Plants - 2 inch pot
1 plant  $9.99 3 plants  $27.99 10 plants  $89.99
Hawaiian Cattleya Orchid Plant - 2" pot In the past, I was considered a corsage flower and given on special occasions to very, very special people. More and more, however, I'm used in cut flower arrangements or given as a flowering plant. Because my plant can tolerate varying cultures and can stand some mistreatment, it is a very good choice for the novice.
Hawaiian Dendrobium Orchid Plant  2" pot My name Dendrobium stems from classic Greek and means "living on a tree." Most of the species are tree dwellers, but I will nicely in a pot grown indoors. I've been quite popular with islanders for a long time. They plant me on their fern trees because I'm a good bloomer and easy to care for.
Hawaiian Phalaenopsis Orchid Plant - 2" pot My name comes from the classic Greek and means "moth-like." I bloom up to a dozen flowers on a graceful arch which give the illusion of butterflies in flight. My flowers last up to 2 months, and the succession of blooms on a single plant may produce flowers for more than half the year. I have been told that I'm among the loveliest of all the spray orchids.
Hawaiian Strap Leaf Vanda Orchid Plant - 2" pot I made my way to Hawaii from the Philippines, Malaysia and the Himalayas, but now it's here that I'm grown extensively as a commercial crop. I bloom on upright spikes which sprout from between strap-shaped leaves, hence, the name Strap-leaf Vanda. Each spike will produce 3-12 flowers, and I last a long time, around 20 to 30 days in perfect form.
Hawaiian Joaquim Vanda Orchid Plant - 2" pot I'm a hybrid cross made about 1890 by a Mr. Joaquim of Singapore and named for his daughter Agnes. I was brought to Hawaii around 1930 but I did not become world famous until 1946 when I was marketed in the US. I was first used as a lei flower in 1938 and eventually became very popular.  I have light lavender petals and a dark lavender lip, and I last and last and last.

Hawaiian Potted Plants - 4 inch pots

Hawaiian Bird of Paradise - 4" potted plant The orange and blue crest emerging from the canoe-shaped bract accounts for my attractiveness as well as my name, for I truly look like an exotic bird of paradise. I've been propelled into the commercial flower industry because of my ability to last as long as two weeks when cut, and also, because I add color and beauty to an arrangement.
Hawaiian Kona Coffee - 4" potted plant Full flavored and aromatic, this is how coffee lovers describe me. I'm commercially grown and processed in Kona on the slopes of Mauna Loa of the Big Island. If your in Kona, come up to the 1,000 to 2,000 foot level, and you will see that I dominate the landscape. I'm related to the Gardenia so my flowers are very fragrant. It's my bean, however, that's highly prized!
Hawaiian Stephanotis - 4" potted plant White waxy trumpets about 2 inches long with a delicately pleasant fragrance my distinction. I am used as a wedding bouquet flowers and that’s why my Hawaiian name is Pua Male – marry flower. Stephanotis is a vine.
Hawaiian Pineapple - 4" potted plant The Hawaiians call me hala-kahiki.  I'm commercially grown for my delicious fruit, and I and a major industry in Hawaii. Isn't it true that when you hear the name Hawaii you think of dancing Hula girls, swaying coconut palm trees and pineapples? I have truly become a part of paradise-wouldn't you say? Back in Stock Soon
Other Hawaiian Plants
Sprouting Coconut Tree Plant - I'm the best known palm in the world and one of the most beautiful. To ancient Polynesians, I represent life itself. They used every part of me to sustain their lives. Islanders use my coconut meat to make chicken luau, haupia and a another dessert called kulolo. You see me gracefully swaying in the breeze along the white sandy beaches or majestically lining avenues and parks. After all, what is paradise without me?
Air Plant (2 Leaves) Oliwa-ku-kahakai means beach oleander. Hawaiians called me this because I was first noticed growing near the beach. Originally, I came from India or Africa. I'm most attractive when my green and red cylinder shaped flowers dangle like lanterns. Easy to grow - you said it! Within days multiple plantlets will appear.
Tree Fern Cutting (Hapu'u) My name is Hapu’u-Pulu. I’m a very popular ornamental here in Hawaii. Hotels as well as office buildings use me to bring elegance to a garden area. Even islanders love my lacy green fronds, and in the wetter areas of the various islands, you will see me gracefully adorning their gardens.
Hawaiian Volcanic Cinder, Lava Rock (1/3 cubic ft., 12-15 lb.) Growers in Hawaii depend on Hawaiian volcanic cinder to grow just about everything. Lava rock is sifted down to less than 1/2 inch in size, a perfect size to mix with potting soil or peat moss. The nutrient rich volcanic rock is light and porous which allows for excellent drainage. A perfect medium for your tropical plants. (International customers, email us for rates)

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