Plant It Hawaii Spring Plant Sale

It’s that time of year again! Plant It Hawaii will be having their Spring Plant Sale on April 12th & 13th, 2019 from 8am to 4:00pm each day. This wholesale nursery opens twice a year to the public with a wide selection of tropicals, exotics, citrus, avocados, and mangos at great prices.

Photo courtesy of Plant It Hawaii

A few Pointers Before You Arrive:

  • Review the plants online before you go. Check out the following varieties that are propagated and available to determine what will work best in your climate:
    • Mango – over 18 varieties available
    • Avocado – 13 seasonal varieties
    • Citrus – lemon, lime, pommelo, grapefruit, tangelo, kumquat, tangerine, yuzu
    • Exotics – including Abiu, Sapote, Cacao, Ulu, Loquat, Jaboticaba, Star Apple, Rollinia
  • Learn which varieties will work best in your climate by reading the Tree Care Guide to properly plant and fertilize for an abundant harvest.
  • Bring your own wheelbarrow to the sale. Trust me it makes shopping much easier.
  • Come early, parking is very limited
  • Cash or Checks Only

About Plant It Hawaii

Plant It Hawaii is a family owned and operated wholesale nursery on the Big Island of Hawaii. Founded in 1978, they have become the largest and most complete wholesale fruit tree nursery in the state, supplying a wide variety of plants to retail nurseries across the islands. Plant It Hawaii takes great pride in the quality of our trees, and currently propagates over 100 varieties of citrus, avocado, mangoes, and other tropical and exotic plants.

Plant It Hawaii is located at 17-4300 South Road in Kurtistown, HI. In Kurtistown, turn onto Huina Road (at the light across from the 76 station). Continue on Huina Road for about 0.8 miles and turn right onto Momona Road. Continue on Momona Road for about 0.3 miles and take the first left onto South Road. Nursery gate is the first right on South Road.

I’ll see you and your wheelbarrow at the sale!

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