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Hawaii Island Palm Society

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The Hawaii Island Palm Society, (HIPS), is a great group of people who simply love palms and who strive to promote their use in private gardens and the general landscape. Our goal is to perpetuate rare and endangered palms worldwide, through the sharing of seeds and plants. Our organization is affiliated with the International Palm Society and is dedicated to community outreach and education.  Among other community services, HIPS volunteers plan, plant, and help maintain the outstanding palm collection at the Panaewa Rainforest Zoo and Gardens in Hilo.  

Members enjoy private garden tours, lectures, electronic newsletter, an annual banquet and palm auction, use of an extensive reference library, and discount pricing with BEI Agricultural Products in Hilo.

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Embark on an Odyssey

Get a behind the scenes view at the Hilo Orchid Show and be part of the pre-show excitement helping to build our own fabulous exhibit.

Thursday, June 25th at 10:00 am

Handy with tools, flower arranging, or pushing a broom? We need you! 

Contact Sara Wagner at sara.anslow@gmail.com




Open Garden Days for New Members

Established HIPS members welcome our newest members by inviting them into their private gardens for a more personal opportunity to learn about growing palms in Hawaii.  Find out full details in our March Newsletter.  If you would like to offer your garden or would like to participate in a tour, contact Rick Kelley at ricklkelley@att.net


Thank You!

The HIPS annual banquet and palm auctions were a big success.  We appreciate the generosity of our vendors and our members.  



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Do you wonder who volunteers their time for board meetings?  Get to know your board members here.  If you are interested in joining the HIPS board, contact Rick Kelley at ricklkelley@att.net 

Contact Us:

Hawaiiislandpalmsociety@gmail.com  

P.O. Box 1585, Kea'au, Hi   96749


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