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Honolulu Botanical Gardens

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Honolulu Botanical Gardens

Description

The Honolulu Botanical Gardens is comprised of five unique gardens located on the island of O`ahu; Foster, Lili`uokalani, Ho`omaluhia, Koko Crater, and Wahiawā. Together, the gardens represent four ecological settings and cover 650-acres.  The system is municipally-supported and administered by the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Parks and Recreation.

The mission of the HBG is to curate, maintain, and study documented collections of tropical plants in an aesthetic setting for the purposes of conservation, botany, horticulture, education, and recreation.  The plant collections include approximately 5,000 taxa of trees and plants from around the world with an emphasis on Hawai`i's rare flora.

Accredited Arboretum Level III imageFoster  Gardens
Address
50 No.Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu, Hawaii 96817, United States,
21.316776 -157.857540
Telephone
808-768-7143
E-Mail Address
jsand@honolulu.gov
Website Address