A Walk in the Park: The Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden

August 16, 2013||Big Island: Weather and Nature

The focus of this 15-acre botanical garden is Hawaiian ethnobotany: the study of the Hawaiian people and their plants. The garden is named for kama‘āina botanist Amy Greenwell who donated the property to the Bishop Museum in 1974. The Garden landscape reflects the four bio-geographical zones of a typical Kona ahupua`a – coastal, dry forest, agricultural and upland forest. Plants on the upper five acres of the...

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

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

My real estate partner Gerry L. Rott, R and I have two vacant lots listed for sale in 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. You can learn more about each of the lots by visiting the Property Detail pages for MLS 244567 and MLS 244569. Read More 

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