Kilauea farmer offers gardening lessons, eating techniques

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Sun Hadley shows a huge purple cabbage from his Kilauea patch.

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Fresh daikon hides beneath its leaves, but won’t escape the hands of the harvester, Sun Hadley, at his Kilauea farm.

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    A bed of taro leaves is ready for harvest and sale at a farmers’ market.

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Sun Hadley stands in front of a plot of sunflowers while readying for his gardening class to start at his farm in Kilauea.

  • Stephanie Shinno / The Garden Island

    Sun Hadley shows a finely manicured bed of lettuce that is ready to eat on his Kilauea farm.

KILAUEA — A farmer in Kilauea is opening up his second class on bio-intensive, organic gardening. Space is limited.

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