Oahu Botanical Gardens

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Foster Botanical Garden
Encompassing almost 14 acres, the Foster Botanical Garden is a serene oasis and home to more than 10,000 species of rare tropical plants from all over the world. It is on the Hawaii Register of Historic Places.
Halawa Xeriscape Garden
The Halawa Xeriscape Garden was designed by the Board of Water Supply to demonstrate the possibility of constructing an attractive garden that uses less water than most traditional gardens.
Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens
Situated on lush 400 acres (1.6 km²) at the foot of the majestic Ko'olau Mountain Range, the Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden is a peace peaceful park that is home to hundreds of plant species.

Koko Crater Botanical Gardens
This garden specializes in cacti, aloes, dryland palms, plumeria cultivars, sansevieria, euphorbias, bougainvillea, alluaudias, baobabs and adeniums. It features species from Hawaii, Madagascar, Africa and the Americas.
Liliuokalani Botanical Garden
Lili'uokalani may be the smallest of the five Honolulu Botanical Gardens, but it is a wonderfully quiet and beautiful place to spend an afternoon. The garden is named after Queen Lili'uokalani and is devoted to native Hawaiian plants.
Lyon Arboretum
The Lyon Arboretum, located in the lush Manoa Valley, offers visitors a chance to experience the richness and diversity of the islands' native and non-native vegetation in a tranquil environment.
Manoa Heritage Center
The Manoa Heritage Center promotes and preserves Hawaii's natural and cultural heritage. Three attractions here are the Kuka'o'o Heiau, Kuali'i, a historic Tudor-style home and a native Hawaiian garden.
Moanalua Gardens
This garden is known for the site where the annual Prince Lot Hula Festival takes place on the third weekend in July, as well as the large monkeypod tree, known in Japan as the Hitachi tree.
Queen Kapiolani Garden
Hawaii is famous for its hibiscus. This spectacular botanical garden located within Honolulu's historic Kapiolani Park features an outstanding collection of these sweet-smelling, colorful flowers, as well as a nice selection of roses.
Senator Fong's Plantation & Gardens
Rising from 80 feet to 2,600 feet (24 m to 792 m) above sea level in Oahu's Ko'olau Mountains, this family-owned tropical garden contains 700 acres of lush vegetation, an area larger than all of Waikiki.
Wahiawa Botanical Garden
The Wahiawa Botanical Garden features mostly native and naturalized Hawaiian plants, though you'll also find many plants from other countries. Among the species on display are the rainbow eucalyptus, blue ginger, koa and others.