A Taro dessert cooked in the IMU or underground oven. We share the taste of organic Hawaiian Kalo cleaned, grated and mixed to perfection. The flavors of Kiawe wood, Banana and Ti leaves add just the right touch. Wrapped and gifted with Aloha from our Kumuola 'ohana to you. Keep an eye out on Facebook: Kumuola Hawaii when the next Imu will open.
Also know as Ho'io, Warabi, or Fiddlehead Fern is an endemic native Hawaiian plant. Eat it raw or cooked, Pohole is a wonderful refreshing choice green made of 98% water, high in iron and providing some calcium and magnesium. Pohole is available all year round. $10 per lb, pls call a week in advance for larger orders.
Gardenias - Pua Kiele
Gardenias are seasonal blooms from March thru July. We sell bundles of buds, 10 stems short or long, prices may vary. A wonderful gift for every occasion- Birthdays, Motherʻs Day, May Day, Graduation Leis, and/or Weddings. Please email or call to order your Gardenias.
ʻOlena - Tumeric
ʻOlena is a sacred plant used for healing. Please inquire if need for healing purposes.
Leis Special Order: inquire about specific styles:
Pua Kiele (Gardenia)
Lei Hulu (Feather)
Lei Ki (Ti Leaves)
Ipu Making (Gourds)
Waihoʻoluʻu (Natural Plant Dyes)
Cultural Exchange Program
The ʻAi Pono Program will include gathering, prepping, setting, opening, and eating of the Imu, Underground Oven. A glorious selection of Kalua pig, chicken laulau, ʻUala (Sweet Potato), ʻUlu (Breadfruit) and Kalo (Taro) served hot and fresh. The style of cooking in an Imu, gives the participants the opportunity to cook like the ancients cooked and taste but a gimpse of old Hawaii. The action of cooking together puts all our good energies into the foods which in turn makes it taste amazing. ALOHA is the secret ingredient.
Waterfall Hike (Wailele)
The Waterfall Hike is a great family outing that will include a quick tour of Kumuola Farms and a hike up to the majestic Lua ʻAlaea falls. Our well versed guides will educate you on the cultural significance and stories of Manoa, all while hiking to a secluded waterfall not normally available to the general public.
Craft and Farm Program
This Program includes a tour of Kumuola Farms and a demonstration and/or making of a special Hawaiian craft. Practitioners will need to have advanced notice of craft making choice, 5 days in advance, depending on availablility. Craft making choices are Ti Leaf Lei, Puʻohe (Bamboo Trumpet), Paʻi ʻAi (Taro Pounding), Ipu (Gourd Making), and Waihoʻoluʻu (Natural Dyes).