Ko – Sugar Cane

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Aug 192014
 

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Hawaiian Sugar Cane

We all remember those Keiki Days when our parents would take us on a car ride around the island. If dad started our trip on the west side of the island even before we reached the ocean we  would see miles of Pineapple and Sugar Cane Fields, from the Ewa Plain, Waialua,  to Wahiawa. Today the Sugar Cane and Pineapple Fields are gone and  been replaced by new housing developments but those Keiki Day Memories are still special to us.  90″x 90″ Designed by John Serrao

  Did you know that Sugar Cane is called a Canoe Plant. Read here about Hawaii’s Canoe Plants. http://www.canoeplants.com/ko.html

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