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Tropical Edibles Nursery

Revisiting Tropical Edibles Nursery in South Kona, “keeping the community supplied with edible plants.”

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Still going strong: Tropical Edibles Nursery keeping the community supplied with edible plants
Still going strong: Tropical Edibles Nursery keeping the community supplied with edible plants

Revisiting Tropical Edibles Nursery in South Kona, I found the same two-plant-knowledgeable women keeping local gardeners and farmers supplied with edible plants. Maggie and Momi continue to supply local growers with fruit trees, vegetable starts, herbs and flowering plants all that produce food.

 

 • Updated 11:32 pm


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