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Due to the Flash flood warnings and hazardous conditions the Garden will be closed Monday, August 24, 2015. We will re-open tomorrow
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Some beautiful photographs posted by Visitor M.K. Ravishankar. Thank you M.K.! http://ow.ly/Qus9b
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A big Mahalo to all of the members
who took part in our Horticultural Tour!
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Blooming Today - Philodendron x evansii
http://www.htbg.com/Araceae/PHILO-011-7-28-019/
Philodendron x evansii , , images and information from Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
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Attention, rain-deprived Californians: A new Big Island tour starts on the west side of the island but cuts across to Hilo, which is lush thanks to about 275 days a year of rain.
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A special class for HTBG Members! Learn to take beautiful photos like this using only your Smart Phone or Tablet. Space is open for the June 6th Class, Reserve your spot today! http://ow.ly/NJBn1
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Alpinia boia, world's largest ginger seen here at Kalōpā State Park on the Hamakua Coast, Hawaii Island.
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Trip Advisor has named HTBG a Certificate of Excellence
2015 Winner! Thanks to all who reviewed our Garden. http://ow.ly/Oy3nk
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Raymond Kauffman contributed this photo of A. sinclairiana for our database. Do you have a photo to share? http://ow.ly/Octnp
Aphelandra sinclairiana , Panama Queen, images and information from Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
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http://ow.ly/NT4P8 beautiful blog post about HTBG from a visitor
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The Hawai’i Forest Institute recently launched the MAHALO ‘ÄINA: Give Back to the Forest Initiative, which supports their forest restoration and education projects throughout the State.

This is a great opportunity to give back to the local community and help preserve Hawaii's forests
Donate to MAHALO 'ĀINA. The mission of the Hawai 'i Forest Institute is to promote the health and productivity of Hawaii's forests through forest restoration, educational programs, information dissemination, and support for scientific research.
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Thanks to the Hawaii National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program for visiting with us today with our Free Educational Program for Hawaii Students

http://ow.ly/NwxxJ
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The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden is a 501(c)(3) Scientific and Educational non-profit, whose mission is to serve as a nature preserve and sanctuary, a living seed bank, and a study center for trees and plants of the tropical world. The Garden is dedicated to the collection and display of the world's tropical plants,and to the education of both children and adults about the plight of the world's rainforests. At a time when rainforest plants are disappearing at an alarming rate, the Garden is working to preserve as many species as possible for the benefit of future generations.