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  • Sadanaga, Kent; Kobayashi, Kent (University of Hawaii, 2008-09)
    At least 5 Nephrolepis (sword fern) species are indigenous to Hawaii; their characteristics, uses, and horticulture are described.
  • Deputy, Jay (University of Hawaii, 1999-11)
    Uses, propagation, and maintenance of spreading and clumping types of liriope are detailed, along with advice on managing insect pests, plant diseases, and weeds.
  • Rauch, Fred D; Bornhorst, Heidi L; Hensley, David L (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant ma‘o (Gossypium tomentosum) in landscapes.
  • Deputy, Jay; Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1998-12)
    Information sheet on using mondo grass (Ophiopogon japonicus) in landscapes.
  • Monstera 
    Rauch, Fred (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using Monstera (Monstera deliciosa) in landscapes.
  • Naio 
    Rauch, Fred D; Bornhorst, Heidi L; Stibbe, Rhonda; Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant naio (Myoporum sandwicense) in landscapes.
  • Hensley, David; Deputy, Jay (University of Hawaii, 1998-09)
    Information sheet on using heavenly bamboo (Nandina domestica) in landscapes.
  • Bornhorst, Heidi L; Rauch, Fred D (University of Hawaii, 2003-05)
    Native Hawaiian plants have the reputation of being insignificant “weeds” or impossible to grow. This publication on the culture of native Hawaiian plants will show you that native Hawaiian plants are beautiful and unique. ...
  • Rauch, Fred D; Bornhorst, Heidi L; Stibbe, Rhonda; Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant Oahu white hibiscus (Hibiscus arnottianus) in landscapes.
  • Rauch, Fred D; Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native tree ohia lehua (Metrosideros polymorpha) in landscapes.
  • Oleander 
    Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using oleander (Nerium oleander) in landscapes in Hawaii.
  • Kobayashi, Kent D; McEwen, Janette; Kaufman, Andrew J (University of Hawaii, 2007-08)
    Red ginger, Alpinia purpurata, is a tall, upright, herbaceous, evergreen plant from the South Pacific, with bright red floral bracts and inconspicuous white flowers. Red ginger is quite popular as an ornamental and cut ...
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2008-03)
    About 40 bedding plants suggested by the author for use in Hawaii landscapes are illustrated with photographs and briefly described; perenniality is a desirable feature in bedding plants for Hawaii's year-round growing conditions.
  • Hensley, David; Yogi, Julie; DeFrank, Joseph (University of Hawaii, 1997-10)
    Information sheet on using the perennial peanut (Arachis sp.) in landscapes.
  • Pikake 
    Leonhardt, Kenneth W; Teves, Glenn I (University of Hawaii, 2002-04)
    Pikake is the Hawaiian name for a jasmine, Jasminum sambac, which is one of about a dozen Jasminum species grown in Hawaii as ornamentals. In Hawaii, pikake is grown in landscapes and gardens and by commercial producers ...
  • Plumeria 
    Criley, Richard A (University of Hawaii, 1998-02)
    Information sheet on using plumeria (Plumeria sp.) in landscapes.
  • Criley, Richard A (University of Hawaii, 2005-01)
    Plumeria is known by other common names, including frangipani, melia (Hawaiian), and temple tree, and has many named cultivars. In Hawai‘i, plumeria is grown as an ornamental and is not found in the wild. The plumeria has ...
  • Zee, Francis; Hamasaki, Randall T; Nakamoto, Stuart T; Keith, Lisa; Hummer, Kim; Reed, Barbara; Kawabata, Andrew (University of Hawaii, 2010-04)
    The bright red berries of this native Hawaiian species are most commonly harvested from wild plants for jam. However, the plant has potential as a potted ornamental. Propagation from seed and raising of seedlings to size ...
  • Rauch, Fred D; Murakami, Paul K (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using Southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) in landscapes.
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2007-05)
    Cordyline fruticosa, ti, is a member of the agave family (Agavaceae). Ti can add exciting color to a landscape with a tropical theme. Ti seedlings vary in color a lot and many of them have outstanding color. Besides green, ...
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