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Fruit, native trees dress up holiday without alien pests

By Heidi Bornhorst

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 17, 2012

~~<p>Who says we need to import trees from the mainland? Who decided what Christmas should smell like in Hawaii? Do we really need to import more pests, such as stinging nasty wasps and yellow jackets, alien slugs carrying deadly paralyzing diseases like rat lung worm, or even Oregon tree frogs?</p>
<p>Be creative and think about what you could find to decorate and call it your new Hawaiian holiday tradition.</p>
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Who says we need to import trees from the mainland? Who decided what Christmas should smell like in Hawaii? Do we really need to import more pests, such as stinging nasty wasps and yellow jackets, alien slugs carrying deadly paralyzing diseases like rat lung worm, or even Oregon tree frogs?

Be creative and think about what you could find to decorate and call it your new Hawaiian holiday tradition. Login for more...



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