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Plant looks like a snake, tastes like green beans

By Heidi Bornhorst

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 20, 2013

~~<p>What do Hawaii gardeners love to grow the most? Based on my interactions with plant lovers, landscape clients, farmers and keiki, the top answers are fragrant flowers, native Hawaiian and medicinal plants and food crops.</p>
<p>And who doesn't love to grow, receive or get a whiff of white ginger or gardenia? Who wouldn't be happy to grow and give home-grown ulu (breadfruit), papaya, citrus or ono green vegetables to neighbors, family and friends?</p>
~~

What do Hawaii gardeners love to grow the most? Based on my interactions with plant lovers, landscape clients, farmers and keiki, the top answers are fragrant flowers, native Hawaiian and medicinal plants and food crops.

And who doesn't love to grow, receive or get a whiff of white ginger or gardenia? Who wouldn't be happy to grow and give home-grown ulu (breadfruit), papaya, citrus or ono green vegetables to neighbors, family and friends? Login for more...



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