Alii Kula Lavender Garden
Lavender Farm, Garden, Ranch
The Alii Kula Lavender Farm is one of Maui's relatively new tourist attractions.
It was started in 2002 by Alii Chang, who converted an old protea farm,
and then expanded it continuously. Each year there is a
larger variety of kinds of lavender (now 45 types), flowers and other beautiful plants, tours, and
lavender products (shirts, sachets, skin care creams and oils, scones).
Alii died in 2011, but his co-workers continue the farm in his
in Kula, Maui
The Lavender Farm is open every day and admission is $3. Paid
tours, luncheons, and products are available in the gift shop.
It's all located at 1100 Waipoli Road in Kula, a small town in
Upcountry, at the 4000-foot elevation on the western slope of Haleakala
volcano (east Maui). The farm and gardens occupy 13 acres.
The drive to get there takes a little over an hour from Kaanapali (west
Maui) and a little under an hour from Kihei (south Maui).
From the Lavender Farm, the views of Maui's central valley are
spectacular. You can bring a picnic lunch and enjoy it on the
hillside or at a picnic table or in the gazebo. Be sure to buy one
of their delicious lavender scones for dessert (available in the gift
shop). For more info call 808-878-3004.
See photos below.
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Maui Lavender Farm photos
Owner Alii Chang leads a tour:
Fields of lavender on the slopes of Haleakala:
Lavender scone and lavender brownie in the gift shop:
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