• Lā ‘Ulu - Maui Breadfruit Company booth

Lā ‘Ulu – Booths

Lā 'Ulu Breadfruit Day has been postponed till 2023.

Please check back here for the new date - this is a FUN event!!!

The purpose of this event is to provide outreach about the use of ‘ulu to Maui residents and the Native Hawaiian community, by bringing together Hawaiian researchers, farmers, chefs, and food producers to share their work with ‘ulu. We hope that getting the word out about ‘ulu will help increase demand for traditional Hawaiian foods, increase viable crop choices for local farmers, and increase resident interest in preserving other Hawaiian plants like the unique Hawaiian cultivars of kalo, ‘uala, kō, ‘awa, and mai‘a featured at Maui Nui Botanical Gardens. Booths will be hosted by Hawaiian organizations from across the state that are involved in ‘ulu research, promotion, and growing, in addition to Maui cultural and environmental groups.

This project is sponsored by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, working to improve the lives of Native Hawaiians.

The Garden is located at 150 Kanaloa Avenue in Kahului, Maui, right across from the War Memorial Stadium.
(808) 249-2798

Hours of Operation
Tuesday through Saturday,
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Closed occasionally for inclement weather and Hawaii State Holidays.

Members:   Free
General:   $10
Keiki Under 12:   Free
Kama'aina:   Free
(with Hawai'i ID)

Random Pictures from our Galleries

IMG_5248 KALO-at-mnbg-starr Volunteer Paul, MNBG staff Tamara Sherrill, and Board member Janet Allan inspecting plant before cutting pot Lā ‘Ulu - imu roasted ulu whole 'ulu Lā ‘Ulu - Maui Breadfruit Company booth Lā ‘Ulu - Maui Master Gardeners Lā ‘Ulu - Maui Nui Seabird Recovery Project Booth Lā ‘Ulu - Uluwehi Guerrero musicians