HUAHUA FARM
Farm fresh 100% Kona coffee, Hawaiian macadamia nuts, and vanilla beans
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ABOUT US

 

Located near the village of Holualoa in Kona, Hawai'i, this

small but busy farm is known for its consistently, high-quality

products.  All of our delectables are grown, processed, and

packaged right here on the farm.

 

Sunny mornings, midday cloud cover, gentle breezes, and rich,

volcanic soil make ideal growing conditions.  Dedication and

hard work of owners Phil and Clare Wilson, and their

exceptional team of farm hands come together to make our

delicious products available to you.

 

We have a hunch that you will delight in the intense flavor of our 100% Kona coffee, the crisp bite of our Hawaiian macadamia nuts, and the wonderful aroma of our Hawaiian vanilla beans that we are so very proud of.  You may purchase our goodies individually or bundled in a gift box.  For more details about, and pictures of our products, go to

the links on the left of the screen.  If you already know what you want, you can go straight to the secure order site.

WHAT'S NEW?


This new website is up and running now and so much easier to edit.  We will actually be changing it again in the next few weeks, and would love your feedback - please send us your suggestions and comments.


May 20, 2015  Around the farm, Clare attends to the daily duty of checking the vanilla vines and pollinating any of the vanilla orchids that are in bloom. There are only a few buds left to bloom in this season so this doesn't take long, leaving time to do general cleanup of the vines, some pruning and relocating on the trellises.

The coffee beans are green and plentiful. Sometime this week or next we will be back in the coffee orchards pruning away the sucker growth so the trees can put their energy into producing coffee.

Macadamia blossoms are everywhere. The trees produce nuts throughout the year but until July, there aren't enough on the ground for the wild pigs to share with us.

Pigs! We have been plagued with a growing number of wild pigs since we bought the property in 1998. Although there is a freestanding rock wall surrounding the 10 acres, pigs just climb right over, knocking the rocks down. We have spent many hours repairing the wall. This year we gave up and began installing a fence, completing the necessary areas last week. Sunday, Phil hung the 10' wide gate across the driveway and we were hoping to be pig-free. Monday Clare took the dogs for a walk past the vanilla shadehouse and found that during the night pigs had rooted up all the soil in a large area of macadamia trees.  So either we have pigs staying on the property or they have found a way past the fence. Discouraging but just another challenge. The wild pigs sleep through the day and feed at night, so our gate is a night gate only. Will let you all know about our pig roundup.































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