The Amy Greenwell Garden Ethnobotanical Guide to Native Hawaiian Plants & Polynesian-Introduced Plants
Marking yet another success for Bishop Museum Press, this 2021 reprint also celebrates the ongoing partnership between Bishop Museum and the Friends of the Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, a community-based nonprofit and the official owners of the historic Amy Greenwell Garden. “We have sorely missed having this wonderful resource on hand to share with visitors to the Garden, a classic and timeless guide to much of our plant collection,” says Melrose, Board President of the Friends.
ABOUT THE PRESS
The Bishop Museum Press, Hawai‘i’s oldest book publisher and one of the first scholarly publishers in the Western Hemisphere, was established in 1892 as a means to accomplish one of the Museum’s core objectives—to disseminate the findings of research related to the Museum’s early natural science and cultural collections. 130 years later, Bishop Museum Press continues its legacy of excellence and service to Hawai‘i and the world, having published over 1,200 titles and distributed over 1,000,000 books in 72 countries worldwide.