The National Tropical Botanical garden is dedicated to preserving tropical plant diversity and stemming the tide of extinction – through plant exploration, propagation, habitat restoration, scientific research, and education. NTBG’s Gardens and preserves are safe havens for at-risk species that otherwise might disappear forever.
Announcing a virtual science presentation on May 12! Hear from the experts at the Botanical Research Center and find out what they’re up to.
Yoga in the garden is coming up in May. FREE – bring your own mat, […]
NEW Aloha Market launching May 6. Head to our South Shore Visitor Center on Thursdays from 10 – 2 to explore Kauai made gifts & crafts.
Coastal plants may provide some of our best defenses against the impacts of climate change. […]
Around the globe, biological scientists are racing to discover and document species before they are […]
Researchers with the National Tropical Botanical Garden were devastated when the last known wild member of the endemic flowering plant Hibiscadelphus woodii was found dead in the Kalalau Valley in 2011.