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Plants in Hawaii

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Date Added to MERLOT: February 14, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 26, 2011
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Author: Lynton Dove White Send email to Lynton Dove White 
Canoe Plants of Ancient Hawaii
Submitter : Jim Bidlack

Description:
This site includes descriptions of 24 native plants in Hawaii. Most of the plants have drawings or images of the plants. The history of the plant, growing instructions, what the plant looks like, and its medicinal properties are all included in the very interesting descriptions of these amazing plants.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
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Avatar for Lisa Richard
12 years ago

Lisa Richard (Student)

It was an informative site, not one that really interested me though. I've never
been to Hawaii and are therefore not familiar with the horticulture, and it's
not particularly that warm of weather to grow them here.

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I was able to navigate through this site. Several sites on Merlot don't allow me
access.

Avatar for Stacey Houser
13 years ago

Stacey Houser (Student)

This is a very interesting and educational site. It teaches you al about the
plant life and their uses in Hawaii. I would recommend this site to anyone
interested in herbal healing, plants and even Hawaii!

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The site has a home page and has several links to other pages full of the
information. Some technical skill is required but not a lot.

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