Kaneohe, Hawaii

Hui Kū Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists

Transforming Land Back To ‘Āina

Hui Kū Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists

46-403 Haiku Road
Kaneohe, HI 96744
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Anyone who has experienced the Hawaiian Islands’ unparalleled beauty knows that the state’s garden plants are to thank for the region’s incredible landscapes. Hui Ku Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists nursery in Kaneohe, HI, has been supplying residential and commercial landscapers, state and federal agencies, hotels and resorts, and retail stores with Hawaii’s most beautiful garden plants and trees since 1992.

Hui Ku Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists offers more than 100 different species of native Hawaiian plants as well as a wide assortment of Polynesian-introduced varieties originally brought to the Islands by early settlers. These vibrant garden plants offer unmatched beauty thanks to their natural abundance of colorful blooms and lush flowers. The plant experts at Hui Ku Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists also offer plant rental for special occasions and comprehensive landscaping services for area homes and businesses.

What separates Hui Ku Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists from other landscaping companies is their ability to handle jobs both large and small. They sell everything from individual plants for home gardens to hundreds of thousands of plants for full landscape restoration projects. Whether you’re looking for unique garden plants, traditional Hawaiian ornamental trees, or just something different to spruce up your property’s landscape, this professional plant retailer has what you’re looking for.

To search the full inventory of plants and trees Hui Ku Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists has to offer, or to find out about their other offerings, call (808) 235-6165 or visit them online

Announcements & Events from Hui Kū Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists
3 Tips to Prevent Garden Pests Naturally, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
Although some insects, like ladybugs, are beneficial and eat insects that will harm your plants, you might need extra assistance to keep out other pests. But pesticides are...read more
4 Questions to Ask When Purchasing a New Plant, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
If you’re looking to nurture your green thumb and spruce up your property, visiting a local nursery is an excellent first step. Once you get there, take advantage of the plant specia...read more
3 Benefits of Using Native Hawaiian Plants in Your Landscaping, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
Your landscaping choices can have meaningful impacts beyond improving the appearance of your property. Choosing native Hawaiian plants will provide more benefits for your lawn a...read more
3 Erosion Control Tips for Your Yard, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
With the amount of rainfall that occurs in Hawaii, erosion can destroy your landscaping and wash contaminants from the topsoil into the water supply. Fortunately, you can take erosio...read more
A Guide to Sun Exposure in Your Garden, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
If you tend to your lawn and flowerbeds regularly, then you know how vital proper sun exposure is to the health of your greenery and blossoms. “Proper” is the keyword, as too much su...read more
When it comes to improving your hotel and the experience it offers guests, don’t underestimate the power of landscaping services. A vibrant landscape full of Native Hawaiian pla...read more
New foliage is an excellent way to liven up your yard. You can select ornamental trees and shrubs to provide shade and visual interest, while blooming flowers add beautiful pops of c...read more
The climate you live in has a significant impact on the planning and maintenance of your yard. If you reside in a rainy environment in Hawaii and are planning to spruce up your prope...read more
If you don’t want to spend a lot of time on landscaping upkeep, xeriscaping may be the best option for you. By design, it requires little to no pest control or manual watering, makin...read more
When you’re trying to beautify your lawn, hydroseeding is a convenient planting option that involves spraying a mixture of seed, mulch, and fertilizer. Here are a few reasons to...read more
Native Hawaiian plants are truly unique, as 90% of the species are found nowhere else in the world. If you’re planning a garden on Hawaii, it makes sense to take advantage of these e...read more
Landscaping services are effective in preserving the curb appeal of your hotel. They provide an opportunity to introduce new plants and maintain the clean-cut appearance of the desig...read more
When you buy a piece of land to build a home or business, you may be eager to get started on erecting a building and landscaping the grounds immediately. However, befo...read more
Creating and maintaining a beautiful yard can be one of the most rewarding parts of being a homeowner. Despite what you may think, you can have a vibrant landscape without drivi...read more
If you don’t have a yard yet still want to enjoy some tropical beauty in your home, you can bring native Hawaiian plants indoors. Here are three species that will brighten up yo...read more
If you live on the coast, many native Hawaiian plants will thrive in that unique landscape. Here are a few you can take home to spruce up your outdoor environment. 3 Native Haw...read more
When you run a business in Hawaii where the tropical weather allows plants to thrive, you have opportunities to make the most of your landscaping features and boost curb appeal. Spru...read more
Xeriscaping is a style of landscaping that requires minimal outside irrigation efforts for plants to thrive. Home gardeners and professional landscapers make sure plants retain ...read more
When you’re considering the best way to develop a lawn area, one of the first terms you may come across is hydroseeding, which offers great convenience. Get informed about hydroseedi...read more
If you’ve noticed soggy spots, bald patches, or exposed plant roots in your yard, especially after it rains, you likely have an erosion issue. While you may not be abl...read more
When selecting native Hawaiian plants to incorporate into a landscape, palm trees are often one of the first options listed. They are found all over the islands, after all. Howe...read more
You don’t need to be a botanist or landscaper to take care of a garden. Dedicated landscape maintenance is enough to help your greenery thrive. Give your backyard and yourself t...read more
Nitrogen is essential to healthy aquatic life; however, too much of the element has leaked from fertilizer into the waters of Hawaii for many years. Excessive nitrogen runoff has con...read more
There are many perks to living in Hawaii, but gardening enthusiasts might find it difficult to get their favorite plants to bloom near the beach. Gardens exposed to intense sunlight,...read more
Plant nurseries are vital to the healthy growth of certain species. Without this valuable land space, it would be difficult for them to develop properly and thrive. In stat...read more
If you love gardening and landscaping but find it difficult to keep your plants healthy in overly sunny, dry, and windy climates, it can be frustrating. Luckily, plenty of plants hav...read more
When you begin perusing plant nurseries to create a new garden, it can be tricky to figure out how to best plan your outdoor space. But there are some easy ways to make thi...read more
Many homeowners are always looking for ways to increase their property value. If you’re one of them, investing in landscaping services is a surefire way to boost value and ...read more
Whether your kids are home from school or the end of the rainy season has given you a boost of motivation, summer is the ideal season to revitalize your yard. For dog owners, it’s al...read more
Every time it rains, much of that clean rainwater drains into our sewer systems. Not only does this prevent the water from contributing to a healthy ecosystem, it can also carry harm...read more
A beautiful garden can easily be a standalone showpiece on the property of any home, but coordinating its flora with the aesthetic touches of your home can create a truly gorgeous sc...read more
Real native Hawaiian plants and flowers decorating the venue of your occasion add an authentic and unmatched elegance to any special event. Renting from a nursery is both convenient ...read more
If you’re just beginning to dabble in the world of gardening, you may have concerns about how much maintenance plants will require and whether you’ll be able to keep them alive and t...read more
If you’ve always wanted to start a garden, Hawaii is the perfect place to do it. Because of the state’s temperate climate, gardeners have a fairly long growing season to work with, w...read more
Hawaii is a beautiful place, full of lush foliage, stunning landscapes, and breathtaking surf. Part of what makes the island so striking is all the different spec...read more
Hawaii has always been a stunning tropical paradise, leaving visitors dreaming of beaches, palm trees, and wild Hibiscus bushes. Unfortunately, even the most gorgeous landscapes...read more
Hawaii is a lush, tropical environment that is home to thousands of vibrant plants. Families in the area want to capitalize on the beauty and climate of their state by carefully...read more
Curb appeal matters to any proud homeowner. As the largest investment most people make in their lives, our homes are both a place of dwelling and a source of feelings of accomplishme...read more
  Hydro seeding services involve using a slurry of seed, mulch and water to completely plant a surface. It’s a service that Hui Ku Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists o...read more
In a rainy state like Hawaii, erosion control is a valid concern. Rainwater runoff can wash away topsoil, damage your landscaping, and even undermine your home's foundation. To ...read more
The Hawaiian Islands are known for their postcard-quality beauty, with picturesque beaches and an incredible array of native Hawaiian plants. The experts at Hui Kū Maoli Ola Nat...read more
From cool mountainous regions to wet lowlands, the Hawaiian Islands have a unique and varied landscape. If you’re the proud owner of a piece of land on the islands, it may be difficu...read more
This has been reviewed and updated on 08/14/2020. People are spending more time at home this year, and many homeowners want to make an oasis of their own without leaving the yard. I...read more
As you work on cultivating a garden you can be proud of, you can give it a local feel by planting native Hawaiian plants. Many of them even have medicinal properties, allowing y...read more
Among the many joys of living in Hawaii, the beautiful plant life that populates our island and our gardens is one of the greatest. Colorful native plants abound, and landscaping com...read more
Many homeowners focus on the aesthetic beauty of their gardens. But there’s another important element the landscaping maintenance experts at Hui Kū Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Pla...read more
Hawaii is home to a wide array of stunning plants and flowers. Before and since its founding, natives have also used the vegetation to celebrate their diverse heritage. Since opening...read more
  Native Hawaiian plants such as Koa trees, Chaff flowers, and Ocean blue morning glories are uniquely beautiful. When you’re lucky enough to live in the beautiful state of Haw...read more
Hawaii is best known for its awe-inspiring beaches, breathtaking terrain, and vibrant flora. If you provide landscaping services for residential and commercial clients, incorpor...read more
Native Hawaiian plants are not fragile so much as they are particular, but an inexperienced landscaping team might tell you otherwise. There is nothing quite so beautiful as a garden...read more
We will be selling our native plants at Lyon Arboretum’s Fall Holiday Plant and Craft Sale on Saturday, November 19, 2016. Come by and check it out!  View more event detai...read more
#PlantoftheMonth for November 2016 is Kōʻokoʻolau!  Small shrubs usually 3 to 4 feet tall with dark green serrated leaves and many bright yellow flowers. The flower of this spe...read more
There are approximately 1,500 native plant species in Hawaii, and 90% of those are classified as endemic—this means they are found nowhere else in the world. However, the majority of...read more
October 2016's #PlantoftheMonth is ʻĀnapanapa! Known for its bright, shiny green leaves. Incidentally, ʻĀnapanapa means "glistening". This plant can take partial to full su...read more
We have a couple events in October where we’ll be selling plants. If you can’t make it out to the nursery, please come check out these other cool events we’ll be involved with! Links...read more
Aloha, Hui Kū Maoli Ola is looking for Nursery Workers! Requirements for the job are as follows: -Valid Hawai'i state drivers licenses -Able to lift 80lbs -Clean driving abst...read more
In a world that is facing mounting obstacles in combating global warming, rising oceans, and wildlife endangerment, habitat restoration is more important now than ever before. One lo...read more
Pohinahina (Vitex rotundifolia):  a sprawling shrub (2-3 ft.) with rounded leaves that are silvery-green in color on top and whitish underneath. Small purple flowers form c...read more
We will be closed on September 5th, 2016 for Labor Day and reopen for regular business hours on Tuesday, the 6th.  read more
Hawaii is home to a wide variety of dazzling native plants that can transform any property into a beautiful paradise, especially when surrounded by lush grass. Of course, for the bes...read more
Aloha! Our native Hawaiian plants will be at the Oʻahu Nursery Growers Association plant sale and show this weekend.  Where: Washington Middle School 1633 South King Str...read more
All set up for Made In Hawaii Festival 2016! Go check it out! https://t.co/L46JB8WtIE read more
Just a reminder, our special #PlantoftheMonth ‘Akia is only $5 for a 1 gallon pot! And some of them have started to bear fruit! Come get yours today!  read more
Read our August 2016 newsletter here! Please subscribe!  read more
Our #PlantoftheMonth deal for August 2016 is ‘Akia! Get a 1 gallon pot for just $5!  read more
The summer months can be a difficult time to get outdoor landscaping done, especially in Hawaii. It is hot, humid, and downright uncomfortable to be outside most days. However, ...read more
For those of you who can’t make it out to the nursery on the weekdays, our plants are available for sale at this year’s Hawaii State Farm Fair on July 9th and 10th! Check out th...read more
Check out our July 2016 Newsletter here! Please subscribe!  read more
Aloha, Just FYI we will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2016 and will reopen for regular business hours on Tuesday, the 5th! Have an awesome 3 day weekend everyone!  read more
A Polynesian introduced plant, ‘Olena (Curcuma longa) is deciduous, meaning it will grow and bloom during the spring and summer and then die back during fall and winter, only to...read more
Xeriscaping is a type of landscaping focusing on using plants that require a minimal amount of water. Choosing a drier landscaping method can bring many benefits, but expert advice i...read more
Our #PlantoftheMonth for June 2016 is Pualoalo (Hibiscus arnotiianus sub. punaluuensis). This hibiscus is endemic to central northern end of the Koʻolau mountain range. These plants ...read more
Aloha! Check out our June 2016 Newsletter by clicking here! Please subscribe!  read more
There are so many great reasons to hire a professional landscaping company, and Hui Ku Maoli Ola Native Hawaiian Plant Specialists is here to fill in on how you will benefit from the...read more
Hey guys,  We will be closed Monday, May 30, 2016 in observance of Memorial Day. We will reopen for normal business hours on Tuesday, May 31, 2016!  read more
Our #PlantoftheMonth for May 2016 is ‘Ilima! Get either variety for $5!  read more
Last week to get 1 gallon ‘Ōhi‘a lehua (red) for just $12! read more
Hawaii residents have a definite advantage when it comes to landscape design; their gorgeous state is full of beautiful plant life that can’t be found anywhere else. Hui Ku Maol...read more