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  • Aalii 
    Rauch, Fred D; Bornhorst, Heidi L; Stibbe, Rhonda; Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant aalii (Dodonaea viscosa) in landscapes.
  • Akia 
    Rauch, Fred D; Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant akia (Wikstroemia uva-ursi) in landscapes.
  • Bezona, Norman C; Rauch, Fred D (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Information on using various bamboo species in landscapes and gardens.
  • Rauch, Fred D; Bornhorst, Heidi L; Hensley, David L (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant beach naupaka (Scaevola taccada) in landscapes.
  • Hensley, David; Deputy, Jay; Yogi, Julie; Leonhardt, Ken (University of Hawaii, 1998-11)
    Information sheet on using Bird-of-Paradise (Strelitzia reginae) in landscapes.
  • Kobayashi, Kent D; McConnell, James; Griffis, John (University of Hawaii, 2007-10)
    The genus Bougainvillea, in the Nyctinaginacea (Four-o’clock) family of plants, has 14 species, with three that are horticulturally important: B. spectabilis , B. glabra, and B. peruviana. Many crosses among the various ...
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2006-11)
    This is a brief primer on color theory and the psychological impacts that plants of different colors can have in a landscape.
  • Kobayashi, Kent D; Kaufman, Andrew J (University of Hawaii, 2006-05)
    This publication covers all aspects of growing non-native gardenias (mostly Gardenia jasminoides cultivars) in Hawaii.
  • Rauch, Fred D (University of Hawaii, 1997-07)
    Information sheet on using coromandel or Chinese violet (Asystasia gangetica) in landscapes.
  • Rauch, Fred D (University of Hawaii, 1997-07)
    Information sheet on using Crape jasmine (Tabernaemontana divaricata) in landscapes.
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2006-05)
    Plants with edible fruits or nuts, flowers, foliage, stems, and roots that are suggested for incorporation in landscapes in Hawaii are discussed and listed, and about 35 are illustrated with photographs.
  • Hensley, David; Meade, Ginny (University of Hawaii, 1998-06)
    This is a guide to types of fertilizers and their application to landscape trees and shrubs.
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2007-05)
    Ficus, the fig genus, is part of the family Moraceae. The objective of this publication is to list the common fig plants used in landscaping and identify some of the species found in botanical gardens in Hawai‘i.
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2006-10)
    The design concepts of order and unity, rhythm and repetition, scale and proportion, and balance and harmony are discussed and illustrated.
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2009-01)
    Plants recommended for Hawaii landscapes to suggest a tropical environment, even when grown in subtropical areas (such as Hawaii) or warm-temperate zones, are listed and illustrated.
  • Rauch, Fred D (University of Hawaii, 1985-01)
    This annotated checklist was developed to provide a guide to some plant materials that might be useful as ground cover plantings in warmer climates. In developing this list, the broad definition of ground covers used ...
  • Deputy, Jay (University of Hawaii, 2000-10)
    General guidelines for routine maintenance of landscape turf and groundcovers are discussed.
  • Hala 
    Hensley, David; Stibbe, Rhonda; Rauch, Fred (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant hala (Pandanas tectorius) in landscapes.
  • Hensley, David; Stibbe, Rhonda; Bezona, Norman; Rauch, Fred (University of Hawaii, 2003-12)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native tree fern hapuu (Cibotium glaucum) in landscapes.
  • Kobayashi, Kent; Griffis, John; Kawabata, Andrew; Sako, Glenn (University of Hawaii, 2007-03)
    Ti (ki in Hawaiian) is the common name for Cordyline fruticosa, which is found throughout tropical Asia, Australia, and the Pacific islands. Ti commonly grows in moist, semi-shaded areas in wet valleys and forests on all ...

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