Keanakamanō, meaning “shark cave,” refers to the general vicinity above the main gate of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama where a Native Hawaiian garden of the same name is located. This Keanakamanō section features brief descriptions of native plants found at the garden and some of their cultural uses. The plant descriptions have been formatted into a booklet. For easier access to individual plant information, these descriptions have been grouped alphabetically and are represented in the thumbnails below. Or, click on the following link to download the entire booklet (file size: 10.9M).

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keanakamano introduction