The Sacred Garden is housed within a 10,000 sq. ft. nursery full of ornamental, tropical plants, water gardens, dish gardens, palms, succulents, and orchids. surrounded by beautiful lush greenery in the midst of historic Maliko Gulch on the island of Maui, Hawaii.We specialize in gift plants that are immediately ready for holidays, birthdays, condolences, celebrations, weddings, baby showers, and sweet gestures for friends.
Let us know if you are looking for something specific and we’ll see what we can do!
Whether you are seeking to purchase plants for your garden or landscape, or simply want to explore a botanical garden on Maui, get inspired, enjoy nature or purchase a gift, The Sacred Garden will exceed your expectations!
We specialize in Living Shrines, Fairy Gardens and Miniature Sacred Gardens and we can help YOU MAKE YOUR OWN! We have all the ingredients for your very own dish garden!
We have an awesome team that will great you when you arrive at Maui’s most beautiful garden and will be happy to assist you.
We have an extensive succulent garden that allows you to create your own miniature sacred gardens, dish gardens, living shrines or fairy gardens, or buy one ready-made, or put a variety of succulents in your yard for drought resistant, high sun tolerant and beautiful landscaping.
We are also one of the few places on Maui to get Water Plants…lilies, mosaic, papyrus, yellow fringe, parrot feather, black taro…
On the “upper level” of the nursery, we also have sitting areas, picnic areas, and classroom space where we have hosted dish garden classes. Also known as our “Gratitude Garden,” where we display rocks with our gratitude for our donors and supporters.
It is a heavenly place to spend an hour or two….or all day! Settle in with a friend, a book, your artwork or simply be present and peaceful in the garden.
Our Covered Greenhouse offers a wonderful place to be rain or shine, and the shade cloth lets you get out of the sun on our hottest Maui days….However, The Sacred Garden is located at 1100 ft in elevation so it is always 10 degrees cooler than sea level and a far more comfortable climate. In the winter it can be cool, as well as in the evenings so bring a jacket. Aim to wear flat shoes at the garden as much of it, including both labyrinths, is gravel. We do have cement sidewalks however making much of the greenhouse wheelchair accessible.
Gardening classes, as well as Aromatherapy and Medicinal plant classes take place in the garden from time to time and can be arranged for your group or organization!
Eve Hogan, owner and Executive Director, is on the property regularly and is happy to meet with you. She also provides private coaching sessions and workshops, retreats and labyrinth walks for your groups and organizations! She is also a wedding officiant and can help you create the perfect ceremony.