Big Island of Hawaii Botanical Gardens

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Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden
This garden features some of the most important plants in Hawaiian culture, such as taro and kukui, as well as a traditional Kona field system of stonework and a native insect house.
Botanical World Adventures
Set on 100 acres of old sugarcane fields, Botanical World Adventures is a spectacular natural site that features a botanical garden, waterfalls and a maze. The garden is also home to an outstanding collection of fruit trees.
Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
It is no stretch to say that this is one of the lushest areas in all of Hawaii. A raised wooden boardwalk leads you through a lush rainforest, where you'll be able to see many tropical flowers and plants, a waterfall, and a picturesque bay.

Liliuokalani Gardens
Named after Hawaii's last reining queen, Lili'uokalani Gardens is a 30-acre park containing expansive Japanese gardens that were built in the early 1900s. It is the largest Edo-style garden outside of Japan.
Nani Mau Garden
Its name couldn't have been more appropriate. Nani Mau literally means "forever beautiful." Over 50 acres of lush greenery, exotic flowers and native palms can be found in this tropical garden.
Pua Mau Place Arboretum and Botanical Garden
The Pua Mau Place Arboretum and Botanical Gardens occupy 45 acres on the slopes of the Kohala Mountains. The facility focuses on the preservation of native pua mau woody plants as well as many other important native species.
Sadie Seymour Botanical Gardens
Both beautiful gardens and archaeological wonders await you at these botanical gardens in the Kailua-Kona area. The site also contains a horticultural library, educational center and the Kealakowa'a Heiau.