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.
On Friday, March 13 and Saturday, March 14 (10am-4pm) Kahanu Garden in Hana, Maui will be hosting its first botanical illustration workshop! Study the fundamentals of…
NTBG and The Kampong is diligently monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. We are following the […]
Drone work being done at the National Tropical Botanical Garden has been featured on Vice […]
FIRST PERSON: The ‘inseparable bond’ between Hawaiian culture and native plants NTBG’s own Mike DeMotta, […]
DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR SUZANNE D. CASE CHAIRPERSON JOINT […]
Last Updated March 28, 2020 National Tropical Botanical Garden, including our network of five gardens […]
Oceanic island systems are generally characterized by high endemicity due to their isolation, but at the same time the unique biodiversity of many islands is currently experiencing high extinction rates, primarily due to habitat reduction and pressure from invasive weeds and predators