Grow Hawaiian Festival returns: Free event features demonstrations, hands-on activities and more

Botanists like Kanoa Kimball along with Clyde and Pumehana Imada may be found at the Plant ID booth. (Akinori Imai/Special to West Hawaii Today)

Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden in Captain Cook will hold its annual Grow Hawaiian Festival next Saturday, Feb. 26. This is the first festival they are holding since the pandemic shutdown shortly after their 2020 festival. It will be a special event for those who are interested in native Hawaiian plants and culture. Bring the family. Lots of demonstrations and hands-on activities will be happening to explore and enjoy.