KAILUA-KONA HOME SALES DECEMBER 2021
As much as half the material that makes its way to Big Island landfills is organic matter that we could instead use to improve our yards and gardens. The rocky soils of Hawaii benefit from the incorporation of organic nutrients. For those of us living in the drier regions of Hawaii Island, compost aids inContinue reading “Composting on the Big Island”
Hawaiian Ocean View Estates, known as HOVE, is located on the West Side of the Big Island about an hour’s drive south of Kailua-Kona.
Sooty mold is a fungi that breaks down honeydew or naturally exuded plant materials as their source of nutrition.
Coming to Hawaii is like going from black and white to color – John Richard Stephens
One of the most enjoyable aspects of living in Hawaii is the wildlife and the Gray Francolin is among our favorite creatures.
If you’re purchasing a home in Hawaii with a rainwater catchment system there are actions you should take as a buyer to assess the system and to determine its level of functioning.
The entire population of Gold Dust Day Geckos on the Hawaiian Islands is believed to be offspring of eight lizards released on the University of Hawaii campus in 1974. These lizards are native to wetter regions of Madagascar, the Comoros Islands and Seychelles. “Gummy lizards” as they are sometimes called, feed on small insects, nectarContinue reading “Little Gold Dust Day Gecko Living Large”
There’s too much talk in real estate about what people can afford. What really matters is what people want to spend. There are a million reasons a buyer who can afford a more expensive home will choose not to spend that much. This may be especially true for folks buying a second home in Hawaii.Continue reading “Your Second Home Awaits…”