Hawai’i Island Bananas, leis, & Produce


Seaview Farms is a home-based micro-farm in Kalapana Seaview Estates, Hawaii. I sell plants from my home by appointment and most Sundays at my home farm stand from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (about 45 minutes from Hilo). Credit/Debit cards and ApplePay accepted.

Contact me to visit the farm and purchase plants. Do not contact me about Gros Michel bananas. I don’t have them for sale.


On a 1/2 acre, I am growing dozens of types of fruit trees, including over 60 varieties of bananasSee what else I grow! Check out the article I was interviewed for on BBC Future.

Some of my plants had bunchy top virus, and there is no way to know for certain that a plant isn’t infected. I will sell if you’ve already had infected plants or know your area has been impacted by bunchy top.

Seaview Farms Fruit Stand with some of my produce.

I also used to make leis with a focus on using blue jade flowers (usually January to June) and relatively rare and endangered native Hawaiian plants, such as awikiwiki, ohai, and red and orange hibiscus.

As a vegan with a focus on sustainability and being cruelty-free, my farm is solar powered and uses no animal products.

Some of my missions are to promote growing our own food, banana diversity, and saving severely endangered Hawaiian banana varieties known as Mai’a.

See more pictures of the types of food I grow, including banana plant varieties I grow.

See the live webcam here! Or check our weather station.