Koolau Farmers, a plant nursery on Oahu, has 3 locations. I’ve been visiting the Kāne’ohe or Kailua locations recently, as it’s always fun to browse the aisles for new plants to adopt. I am never disappointed by their selection. Let’s take a look at some of the offerings I spotted during a recent trip to the Ko’olau Farmer’s Kailua location.
Succulents and Airplants
Are you a plant lover looking for something low maintenance? Minimal care and lots of variety in terms of their shapes and sizes, airplants and succulents are great options. Ko’olau has tons to choose from.
Flowers for Your Garden
Maybe you need flowers for your landscaping? Ko’olau has so many different beauties to choose from. The hibiscus below was absolutely stunning.
Short on outdoor space? Houseplants are my favorite to browse, as you can still have some green beauties in your living space, even if you don’t have a yard. I adopted a few during this visit, including a Ficus Lyrata Bambino, a Pink Lady plant, and a String of Hearts plant. I also have a Snake Fern and ZZ plant from a previous visit. Both are great plants, if you don’t have a green thumb, as they require minimal attention.
Orchids make a beautiful addition to any home, and are also great gifts. The hardest part is picking which one to buy, as they are all so pretty!
Fruits, Veggies, Herbs, and Trees
On this particular day, there were locally grown mangoes, kalo and papayas for sale. If you’re looking to grow your own, Ko’olau also has fruit trees, vegetables, and herbs for you to grow in your garden.
Ko’olau Farmers Kailua Information
- Kailua location: 1127 Kailua Rd., Kailua, HI 96734
- (808) 263-4414
Ko’olau Farmers Kāneohe Information
- Kāneohe location: 45-580 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe, HI 96744
- (808) 247-3911
Ko’olau Farmers Honoulu, McCully Information
- 1935 S Beretania St., Honolulu, HI 96826
- (808) 949-7000
Please check their website or call for most current hours.
If you’re a plant lover, check out this post or this one for fun items you might be interested in. Let me know what kind of plant babies you’re caring for in the comments and if you’ve ever been to Koolau Farmers. Mahalo for reading!