Our yarden (yard- garden) is a culmination of years of persistent observation, hard work, and passion for growing our own food.

We are stewards of the land and must maintain it for it to sustain us. Everything growing on our property has a specific place and purpose.  We have been blessed to receive cutting from other farmers as well as buy organic seeds from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. Our farm has among other things growing on it.

Trees: Coconut Palm, Breadfruit, Chaya, Mandarin, Blood Orange, Jaboticaba, Kumquat, Key Lime, Grapefruit, Starfruit, Lychee, Pomegranate, Tamarind, Fig, Mango, Avocado, Soursop, Egg Fruit, White Mountain Apple, Red Mountain Apple, Lemon, Kefir Lime, Curry Tree, Noni, Chaya, Morenga, Calemoncy, Cassava, Black Cherry, Suriname Cherry, Kukui Nut, Paper Bark, Papaya, Apple Banana, Fiji Blue Banana, Yellow Bamboo, Arabica Coffee

Perennials: Sissoo Spinach, Okinawan Spinach, Red Hibiscus, Sugar Cane, Cranberry Hibiscus, Basil, Turmeric, Ginger, Red Asparagus, Hot House Peppers, Holy Basil, Sweet Peppers, Banana Peppers, Strawberry, Chives, Parsley, Rainbow Chard, Oregano, Marjoram, Dill Weed, Jerusalem Artichoke, Katuk, Monstera, Garlic, Kale, Comfrey, Anaheim Peppers, Jalapeno, NuMex Peppers, Bell Peppers, Lemon Grass, Dill, Perineal Peanut, Gotu Kola, Lilikoi, Jamaican Lilikoi, Taro, Nasturtiums


Beets, Cucumbers, Tomato, Carrots, Red Corn, Celery, Acorn Squash, Snap Peas, Green Beans, Snow Peas, Sugar Peas, Wing Beans, Sweet Potato, Amaranth, Sunflowers, Broccoli, Carrots, Turnips, Red Onions, White Onions, Daicon, Watermelon Radish, Green Radish

Click Here to read an article I wrote about a few of the permaculture techniques we use 

Click Here to read an article about growing food on Kauai