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Posts by Winona Farias

  • Ulu Kanu: Marsilea villosa

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    Why Marsilea villosa? In March, we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and all things Irish, including the four-leaf clover.  In Celtic lore, these lucky plants offered magical protection.  Well, although it is not a clover, ‘ihi‘ihilau?kea is pretty magical as  Read More

  • Ulu Kanu: Scaevola

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    Ulu Kanu means “Garden Patch”.  It is the new name for the Flora of Hawai‘i section.  The hope of these features is three-fold: that we hear more about the plants we see along the trails, learn a little bit  Read More