Thursday, May 13, 2010

Organic Gardening in Hawaii

Our friend Cherie runs a Hawaii bed and breakfast on Maui and writes a Maui Hawaii Blog where she talks story about all the great stuff she does in Hawaii (like running her volunteer on vacation in Hawaii program). If you love Hawaii, you should subscribe to her blog.

In her latest post on organic gardening in Hawaii, Cherie offers up some hints for any organic gardener, and she posted some pictures of luscious fruits we cold weather gardeners are lucky to see in a supermarket!

2 comments:

Amila Kanchana said...

Thank you very much for telling us about the wonderful blog. It was so good that I decided to follow.

Greg Bland said...

I trying to garden organically near South point on the big Island. I planted crook neck squash, and zucchini, squash. The plants literally jumped out of the ground and it has been a race between the squashes as to which one would mature first. My problem is the crook neck are starting to loose their vigor and shrivel up. I picked a baby crookneck and opened it up only to find a 1/4" long striped worm inside. Does anyone know what this is and how to prevent this infestation? Mahalo Greg Bland Kau.