Maui Botanical Gardens

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Kahanu Garden
This 500 acre (2 km²) natural sanctuary is well worth a visit. The garden features many tropical plants, including 130 varieties of breadfruit, as well as the centuries old Pi'ilanihale heiau, one of the largest Hawaiian stone temples.
Keanae Arboretum
Located along Maui's Hana Highway, the Ke'anae Aboretum boasts six acres of botanical gardens and forested land. This historic arboretum occupies leveled terraces built hundreds of years ago for the cultivation of taro.
Kula Botanical Garden
Ponds, streams, pathways and vibrant gardens as far as the eye can see. What started out as a landscape architecture project is now a six-acre complex attracting thousands of visitors each year.

Maui Garden of Eden
The Maui Garden of Eden deserves its name. It is a botanical paradise, encompassing 26 acres of trails. The garden is home to rare trees, hidden waterfalls and unique flowers and features a natural island setting.
Maui Nui Botanical Gardens
This seven-acre botanical garden in Kahului is home to an impressive collection of native and Polynesian-introduced plants, many of which were important crops throughout early Hawaiian history.
Maui Tropical Plantation
The Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu features 14 of Hawaii's most important fruit and flower crops, such as coconuts, papaya, macadamia nuts, coffee, mango and guava.