If you venture over into the Aloha Stadium Swapmeet on Sunday mornings, you can look over our assortment of euphorbia hybrids and other succulents.  We’ll be in Stall 11A27, just outside Gate 8, between 7 am and noon.
We are in the innermost ring of farmers’ market stalls. Our neighbors there offer both the familiar and unusual plants that you don’t usually find in the garden shops. Dendrobiums and big blooming cattleya plants are there at bargain prices. So are scrumptious cookies, fresh fruits and veggies, shaved ice and delectable filled bread loaves. Just a little further up you’ll find barbecue plate lunches. The compulsion to peruse the usual array of unusual books, jewelry and collectible items will occur. If your purchases are too heavy and bulky, you are allowed to drive your vehicle through for pick-up.
    Most of the plants that we have to offer are Euphorbia milii hybrids that we import directly from Thailand. We prefer to present only blooming plants so that you’ll be assured of getting the color that you want. We have a wide assortment of named colors. You may repot these plants into larger containers when you have the time to do that. They’re patient plants. Just remember, however, that plants in 4” pots would grow more quickly when given more room for root growth in larger pots. Water carries a steady supply of nutrients for growth and flowers, and light helps to stimulate the development of flower buds.
Our current Swapmeet Prices:
   Plants in 4” pots are $3.50 each
            or 3/$10.      
   5” pot size -- $7
   6” & 1 gal. pots -- $10
Here are images of how some
of the flowers look.
We will be selling holiday plant baskets at the DIAMOND HEAD ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR
             Over 200 Crafters  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2007     9:00 am to 2:00 pm
                                                                   at Kapi’olani Community College
                 Booth #72 in Zone 6                        4303 Diamond Head Road
Tomcat slash. The thorns are innocent.