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Lyon Arboretum

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  1. Core Laboratory


  1. Resource Description
    "The Harold L. Lyon Arboretum is a leader in the fields of conservation biology, Hawaiian ethnobotany and horticulture. On its 194 acres, Lyon Arboretum maintains a world renowned collection of more than 5,000 tropical plant species; supports Hawaii's horticultural and agriculture industries; and works to preserve and restore Hawaii's tropical forests. It is an active research facility and academic resource offering a wide range of programs to local and international communities including an innovative and ground-breaking tissue culture program for propagation of endangered native Hawaiian plants. With an abundant average rainfall of 165 inches, this tropical rainforest setting is an ideal location for growing an enormous diversity of plants. The plant collection features heliconias, gingers, aroids, bromeliads, native Hawaiian plants, and one of the largest palm collections found in a botanical garden."
  2. Contact
    Dunn, Christopher
  3. PI
    Dunn, Christopher
  4. Affiliation
    Department of Botany, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  5. Affiliation
    College of Natural Sciences, University of Hawaii at Manoa
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  7. Director
    Dunn, Christopher
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