|Date||Tuesday July 26, 2016|
|Place||Maui Community Service Bldg next to CTHAR Extension Services (Map) on the UH Maui campus.|
|Time||Featured Speaker at 6:30 pm|
Pupus will be served
The use of Hawaiian native plants in landscapes is becoming more commonplace in both private residences and commercial properties. Naupaka, pohinahina and akia are of course staples, but there are so many more options. Tamara will be sharing with us the best native plants for use in landscapes. She will include common varieties but will also introduce us to other less commonly used plants to increase the diversity in our gardens. She will also speak on the best cultural practices for these plants in landscape situations.
Tamara Sherrill holds a degree in Natural Resources and environmental Management from UH-Manoa. She began working at Maui Nui Botanical Gardens in 2002 as the Nursery Manager and Curator. Tamara is currently the Executive Director of Maui Nui Botanical Gardens.