Kula Botanical Garden
About Kula Botanical Garden
Kula Botanical Garden is located on the slopes of Haleakala; the area is a dry, temperate climate which is perfect for growing the flowers found within the gardens walls. The main types of flowers found in Kula Botanical Garden are proteas. There are many water loving plants here as well as; the Orchid House, Fuscia House, Bromeliad House, and Bird Sanctuary.
Kula Botanical Garden was established in 1968 by Warren and Helen McCord as a display garden for Mr. McCords landscape business.
Facts & Trivia
- Island: Maui
- Amenities: Bathrooms, paved paths, guided tours available, lots of places to rest throughout the garden
- Insider Tip: You can arrange guided tours around the garden in advance.
- Fun Fact: Kula Botanical Gardens is one of the state of Hawaiis largest Christmas Tree growers.
- What to Expect: an astounding number of indigenous plants, a flourishing population of proteas, an orchid house, a Fuscia house, Bromeliad house, and a Bird sanctuary which has a few endangered Nenes.