Although the Hawaiian Islands are the world’s most isolated land mass, they boast an incredibly diverse and beautiful population of trees. Both native and introduced species played an important role in history and culture, and are valued for their agricultural, environmental, and aesthetic value. This informative guide covers all species found in Hawai‘i, from flowering varieties to rare, almost extinct species. Featuring the photography of noted island photographer Douglas Peebles.
Author: Leland Miyano