September 15, 2011||Big Island Communities: Events, Our Listings: Land

Unbeatable Location: Two Parcels Available Neighboring Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden


This bull's job is to keep guinea grass in check, but, on this day, he was curious about our real estate sign

Rarely Available Agricultural Land in South Kona

My real estate partner Gerry L. Rott, R and I have two vacant lots listed for sale in Captain Cook (South Kona) directly above Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden — you really couldn’t ask for better neighbors! It is a rarity to have such rich agricultural land available for sale in this area. The contiguous lots are each more than an acre in size and have large mature avocado trees and wonderful koa trees on the property. You can learn more about each of the lots by visiting the Property Detail pages for MLS 244567 and MLS 244569.

Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden Hosts Breadfruit Festival

Breadfruit Festival 2011

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The Amy B.H. Greenwell Garden is a 15 acre garden that is home to over 200 plant species, many of which have played in important part in Hawaiian culture for centuries. At certain times of year, visitors can also see the Kamehameha butterfly in the garden’s insect house.

Coming up on September 24, 2011, the garden is hosting the Kona Ulu (Breadfruit) Festival. According to the Hawaii Homegrown Food Network website, “Ho’oulu ka ‘Ulu is a project to revitalize ‘ulu (breadfruit) as an attractive, delicious, nutritious, abundant, affordable, and culturally appropriate food which addresses Hawai’i’s food security issues.”

For more information, please visit:

Kona Ulu – Breadfruit Festival 2011

Hawaii Homegrown Food Network – Tips on Growing and Harvesting Breadfruit

Hawaii Homegrown Food Network on Facebook

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