Native Plants at the
Nā Pōhaku o Hauwahine Restoration Project


Ki next to the highest rock at Nā Pōhaku o Hauwahine Cordyline fruticosa

Ki, ti

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Flowers of the ki plant

NOTES: There were ti or ki plants already growing around the base of the central massif (largest pōhaku; in photo at left). This fact is usually taken as an indication of ancient Hawaiian plantings in the area. We have maintained tradition by planting additional ki along the trails in this same area.


Dianella sandwicensis Dianella sandwicensis

`Uku`uki, `uki

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`uki`uki flowers up close