Sure hope more of you locals start using this forum and start spreading "Da Word".
Maybe the forum was a bridge too far. The gene-pool of Hawaiian interest insn't really big enough for such a specialist forum to attain critical mass. Or to achieve escape velocity, as NASA would say. (Just trying to max-out on the mixed metaphors - there's not much else to do round here...)
If you think this site is a bit quiet, drop in on the newly re-branded but still moribund American Fern Society forum where there appears to be no human life left at all. It's lonely out there in space.
Steve -Brighton, England
Aloha! I just got my garden going...still have to add some more starters pretty soon though -(running out of dirt)Hmm?
Like alot of folks, I enjoy working with non edible plants. I remember transplanting a coral tree (maybe just a couple years old) which remained stunted in the spot I'd planted it while another had taken off real well. Anyway, it was successfull. This time I did it again though I go through the same apprehension. Did I mutilate the main tap root? Anyone know how hardy these trees are? This is known as the "Cristi Gali" I don't feel up to checking on the spelling. Anyway, the flowers grow out like an arm with beautiful salmon colors (flowering like a jade vines)