Some 4,000 feet up the slopes of Mt. Haleakala, farmer Ali’i Chang decided enough with the protea flowers already, and went into business with two lady friends 14 years ago. And on this 14½-acre, 55,000-plant patch, with 20 varieties grown. Admission is $3 (#2 for seniors and U.S. military), and there are also extras as lunch, lavender lei-making, massage therapy, and an everything-lavender gift shop that’s just this side of twee.
Read about more in my post Pineapple Express: Down on the Aloha Farm with Maui Agritourism.
Ali'i Kula Lavender