Hawai’i Island Banana Plants & Produce
Seaview Farms is a home-based micro-farm in Kalapana Seaview Estates, Hawaii. On only 0.6 acres, I am growing dozens of types of fruit trees, including over 60 varieties of bananas.
The Farm stand is permanently closed and all produce I grow is now used at Bananarma Bakery!
As I now co-own and am running a bakery, I no longer have the time to sell plants. Do not contact me about Gros Michel bananas if you’re not in Hawaii. Regulations make it illegal to ship plants or fruit outside of Hawaii without specific certifications, in order to minimize spread of diseases and insects to other places. Plants are dug up to order.
Some of my plants have 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. Unfortunately that’s virtually all of the Big Island.
Check out the article I was interviewed for on BBC Future.
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.