It was absolutely amazing. The tour guide, sara, was very knowledgeable. She told us a lot about history and types of plants.
It's relatively close to the hotel we stayed in. I got up early for a stroll and passed by here. The empty place allows us to appreciate that the scenery here is so good and the environment is quite comfortable.
The climate here in a large park is very suitable for the growth of plants. The trees are particularly lush and full of different flowers. Many people don’t know it, and there are relatively few tourists.
It was not very pretty because it has not been well maintained, but it was OPEN. But I was immediately captivated by its 7 levels, its few flowering plants, and its calm.
A magical, but down-at-the-heels garden with many delights in its terraced space. Unfortunately the plants seemed withered. There were some signs offering names of the flowers and trees, but we would ...
A small , peaceful Oasis , tucked away in Kona. Not really a destination on it's own, but a nice stop to just chill for a bit, and enjoy the flora. Pretty, quiet and free.
This is a peaceful beautiful garden. A lot of the plants were past their prime but the shrubs and trees are beautiful. Next door is ruins from 1600. So interesting. And in the basement is a thrift ...
small gem right off expressway. 3 of us stopped for a few minutes to look around. small well kept garden with parking.